Community engagement is a process that allows citizens to get involved in public issues they care about. Most importantly, it helps leaders and decision makers better understand the perspectives, opinions and concerns of citizens and stakeholders.
Are you interested in what's happening in your community? Here is a list of Open Houses and Community Meetings that you could attend. Missed a meeting? Check out the links to presentations, handouts or other information presented.
Current Open Houses, Community Meetings & Surveys
|Home & Garden Show||The City of Lethbridge will be chatting with residents at this year's Home & Garden show about the future of our city and what it will mean to have 100K+ residents. Through these 100K+ Conversations you can learn about redevelopment and density through a virtual reality experience, chat with staff from waste and recycling & transit, and learn about the transportation projects the City currently has underway.||March 22 - 25|
Lethbridge Exhibition Park
Home & Garden Show
|Watermark: School, School Ground Amenities and Fire Station Location||The City of Lethbridge, in partnership with Lethbridge School District #51, will be hosting a public house where the public is invited to come see information on the future west Lethbridge middle school, the school grounds and amenities, as well as the location of the future west Lethbridge Fire Station.||Thursday, March 30th, 2017 from 4-7 p.m. at Dr. Gerald B. Probe Elementary School, 120 Rocky Mountain Blvd W||Watermark Information|
Previous Open Houses, Community Meetings & Surveys
Sherring Business & Industrial Park Expansion
|Lethbridge residents are invited to come see conceptual plans for roads, utilities, rail lines, zoning and more for the Sherring Business & Industrial Park expansion.||Thursday, Feb. 9, 4-7 p.m. at TecConnect (3582 - 30 ST N)||Project information:|
Environmental & Historic Resources Strategy
|Lethbridge residents are invited to participate in the second South Saskatchewan Regional Plan Compliance Initiative||Tuesday, Jan. 17, 5-7 p.m. at City Hall(910-4 Ave. S.)||Project information: |