Lighting the exterior of City Hall helps to celebrate and build community spirit in Lethbridge. The exterior lights of City Hall are a beautifying element to our downtown, a symbol of pride for locals and part of our Lethbridge story.
Residents are invited to make requests to light City Hall based on the criteria outlined below. We strive to fulfill all eligible requests, but any confirmed request may be modified if a major, local, national or international situation occurs.
All requests must be approved at the discretion of the City Manager or designate.
|Date||Event or Cause||Colour|
|September 21-25||Reconciliation Week||Yellow, Red and Blue|
|September 29||Blood Cancer Awareness Month||Red|
|October 1||Disability Employment Awareness Month||Red|
|October 2||Wrongful Conviction Day||Yellow and White|
|October 4||Sisters in Spirit Vigil for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls||Red|
|October 7||Trigeminal Neuralgia Awareness Day||Teal|
|October 10||World Mental Health Day||Purple|
|October 15||Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day||Pink and Blue|
|October 19||Waste Reduction Week||Blue and Green|
|October 21||International Dyslexia Awareness Month||Red|
|November 10||World Carcinoid-NeuroEndocrint Tumour (NET Cancer) Day |||
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