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Dog licensing renewals due195522022-12-06T07:00:00ZSpecial Event​Annual dog licensing expires on December 31, and renewal invoices have been issued for 2023. Residents should expect them in the mail within the next two weeks.12/6/2022 3:55:16 PM
Skating rink added to Festival Square for winter season 195402022-12-05T07:00:00ZDowntownIn addition to the large Christmas tree and lighting already in place, Festival Square in Downtown Lethbridge will soon feature a seasonal skating rink for winter enthusiasts to enjoy.12/5/2022 6:00:24 PM
Changes to the hours of operations at the Park ‘n’ Ride195142022-12-02T07:00:00ZTransitBeginning immediately, the Regional Park 'n' Ride Transit Terminal hours are 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. each day.12/2/2022 4:57:17 PM
It's cold but City lakes do not meet outdoor skating standards yet195272022-12-02T07:00:00ZRecreationAs we head into the Holiday season and colder weather sets in, residents may be tempted to skate on outdoor ponds and lakes. 12/5/2022 6:18:29 PM
Public Art Update195022022-12-01T07:00:00ZOur StoriesLethbridge is home to an impressive and ever-growing collection of public art, and the City’s Public Art program has been incredibly busy with the completion of multiple projects over the past year. 12/1/2022 3:54:02 PM
Streets Alive 24-hour comfort centre195062022-12-01T07:00:00ZEmergencyStreets Alive Mission will expand its hours and the number of support staff onsite beginning December 1.12/1/2022 5:28:16 PM
Council requests additional options for sober shelter location194862022-11-30T07:00:00ZCouncilReport recieved outlining community feedback on an interim sober shelter at the former Civic Curling Centre. 11/30/2022 6:05:14 PM
Council approves next four-year operating budget194782022-11-29T07:00:00ZCouncilLethbridge City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to adopt the Economic Standing Policy Committee’s recommendations to amend the City of Lethbridge’s 2023-2026 Operating Budget.12/5/2022 4:25:05 PM
Residents and businesses asked to secure vacant buildings194792022-11-29T07:00:00ZFireAs the winter weather takes hold, Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services would like to remind residents and businesses of the owner’s responsibility to ensure vacant buildings are secure to prevent unauthorized entry. 11/29/2022 10:12:47 PM
Northside garage fire Sunday194612022-11-28T07:00:00ZFireAt approximately 5 a.m. Sunday morning, Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services responded to a residential detached garage fire in the 300 block of 20 Street North.11/28/2022 5:47:26 PM
Food banks win after Mayor's Community Hockey Challenge194642022-11-28T07:00:00ZSpecial EventIn a game that saw some slick skating and a lot of laughs, the City team won on the scoreboard but food banks have ultimately won out.11/28/2022 10:15:13 PM
Sparking interest in Fire and Emergency Services careers194482022-11-24T07:00:00ZOur StoriesHigh school students participate in "Try the Trades"11/24/2022 10:15:19 PM
Mayor’s 2022 Community Hockey Challenge set for Sunday194172022-11-23T07:00:00ZSpecial EventMayor Blaine Hyggen issued a challenge last year to help out local food banks during the holiday season. This weekend, the stage will return as several Lethbridge community partners will battle against City staff in a hockey game for a good cause.11/23/2022 6:45:49 PM
Lethbridge Animal Shelter operating over capacity193982022-11-22T07:00:00ZSpecial Event​Community Animals Services, the Lethbridge Animal Shelter is dealing with excessive overcrowding as a result of pets not being claimed when brought to the facility.11/22/2022 4:24:16 PM
Intergovernmental Health Table set to tackle health and social challenges194012022-11-22T07:00:00ZCouncilA one-of-a-kind partnership between key stakeholders was announced today to try and tackle the health and social challenges of the city and surrounding areas.11/22/2022 6:00:24 PM