With a population that is expected to pass 100,000 in the next 3
years, and a strong, diverse and stable economy, Lethbridge will continue to
grow. While growth may be inevitable, how that growth impacts our existing and
future relationships within and beyond our City is not.
The Relationship Strategy (RelS) builds upon the knowledge
and data gathered through the previous three Strategies (Efficient Land Use
Strategy, Environment and Historic Resources Strategy, Economy and Tourism
Strategy) to begin a series of future-focused regional conversations on matters
that concern all of us: water, agriculture, economic development and tourism,
land use planning and relationships with Indigenous Peoples and First Nations. RelS
asks key questions, such as: What role does the City of Lethbridge play in the
region? How do our actions impact others? How do the actions of others impact
us? How can we foster better relationships with our regional partners,
including with Indigenous Peoples and First Nations?
Upcoming Engagement Opportunities
strategy is a comprehensive undertaking. It requires the co-ordination
of many city business units and requires input from several stakeholder
groups and the community at large. See the Public Participation Plan to the learn more about future engagement opportunities.
Click here to learn about other upcoming SSRP engagement in Lethbridge.
This project will commence at a future date.
Progress updates of each strategy will be provided through the project website (www.lethbridge.ca/ssrp) as well as through a monthly e-newsletter. To receive project e-newsletters, email email@example.com to sign up.