Utility Location Assignments & Excavation Permits
Right of Way Coordination grants approvals and issues permits for deep and shallow utility installations within the City of Lethbridge. All assignments and excavation permit applications are made to the Infrastructure Department by calling 403-320-3150 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for Hoarding Permits for Special Events?
Examples of special events are rallies, walks/runs, fundraisers, car shows, block parties, road closures, etc. Please call 311 or click here to visit our Special Events page.
Hoarding Permits are required for the temporary use of the road Right of Way (ROW) for something other than its intended purpose, when work cannot take place solely on private property in order for the work to be completed safely and efficiently. This is to help to enable residents, contractors, movers, businesses, etc utilize a portion of the ROW for a specific duration.
Some examples of hoarding for residents could be placement of demolition bins, moving bins, scaffolding, demolition or construction materials, equipment, etc. To apply for a hoarding permit, please call Infrastructure Services at 403.320.3150 or email email@example.com.
Some examples of hoarding for businesses could be monitoring of underground wells, window washing, lifting using a ladder or hoistor crane, temporary parking of an unattached trailer, etc. To apply for a hoarding permit, please call Infrastructure Services at 403.320.3150 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outdoor Patio, Mobile Vending & Street Vending
The City of Lethbridge wants to encourage the multi-use of public spaces to further enhance the vitality of the street while maintaining pedestrian/vehicular flow, public safety and in consideration of permanent businesses and residential neighbourhoods.
Temporary Signs & Banners
Temporary Right of Way Sign Guidelines allow various types of signs to be placed without an application, as long as all safety and operational requirements are adhered to. For signs that relate to private property, please call 311.
Since the needs for temporary signs differ, please refer to specific guidelines below:
For more information about wayfinding signs and/or new community decorative banners
within a developing neighbourhood please click here.
Find guidelines, applications and drawings related to right of way.
For more information:
Beverly-Ann Parker, Right of Way Coordinator
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org