A footbridge in Walnut Grove and a culvert in Glen Valley were the victims of the intense rainfall that hit Langley on the weekend of Jan. 3 and 4.
On Thursday afternoon, Langley Township announced it had closed access to the pedestrian footbridge behind the Walnut Grove Secondary.
A washout had damaged one of the headwalls. Crews were set to inspect the area on Friday.
Earlier in the week, the Township had to repair a culvert on 264th Street near 60th Avenue.
The replacement took place over Monday and Tuesday, and crews put in a larger culvert in the hope that it wonâ€™t happen the next time thereâ€™s a big downpour, said Terry Veer, manager of operations for the Township.
â€œNo road washouts this time,â€ Veer said. â€œWe did have some roads underwater.â€
Veer said the cost for the culvert repairs were likely at around $20,000, and funds will come from a budget set up every year to deal with this kind of issue.
The heavy rain was followed by a relatively dry week.