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Upgrades to Water Treatment Plant improve its environmental impact 162892022-01-14T07:00:00ZOur StoriesOn average, 415 litres per person per day of potable water is used within the city of Lethbridge. Access to a safe water supply is critical. 1/14/2022 10:54:43 PM
Blackfoot Summit brings community together160552021-12-17T07:00:00ZOur Stories​Encouraging community-based dialogue around what culture means through the lenses of Blackfoot and other Indigenous peoples who call Sikoohkotok (Lethbridge) home continues to be an important topic.12/17/2021 9:20:14 PM
Live entertainment returns with holiday spirit to Yates Theatre158302021-11-19T07:00:00ZOur StoriesIt’s officially the holiday season at the Genevieve E. Yates Memorial Centre.11/19/2021 10:47:34 PM
Leveraging education and expertise at Lethbridge College for employee training at the City158172021-11-18T07:00:00ZOur StoriesAs the City continues to advance learning and training opportunities to develop its workforce, the opportunity to leverage expertise from Lethbridge College has proven to be a valuable community partnership.11/18/2021 9:00:29 PM
Happy Retirement Mayor Spearman153912021-10-15T06:00:00ZOur StoriesClosing out eight years of public service. 10/15/2021 8:33:39 PM
Lethbridge Airport looking to take flight post-pandemic147132021-09-13T06:00:00ZOur StoriesWhile the airline industry is still reeling from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Lethbridge has been busy strategically preparing its airport for future growth and economic prosperity.9/13/2021 9:40:20 PM
New pedestrian walkway adjacent to 43 Street South to be widened146092021-09-03T06:00:00ZOur StoriesThe new pedestrian walkway adjacent to 43 Street South from 33 Avenue to 40 Avenue will be widened to the City’s standard 1.5-metre sidewalk width.9/3/2021 8:05:03 PM
Walking on, Walking on Broken Glass145272021-08-27T06:00:00ZOur StoriesWhile Annie Lennox may have been speaking metaphorically in her 1992 hit song, users of the new pathway adjacent to the new portion of Métis Trail West will literally be walking (or running, cycling, inline skating, etc.) on broken glass.8/27/2021 5:35:55 PM
Grappling with Grasshoppers141222021-07-30T06:00:00ZOur StoriesHot dry weather the perfect breeding ground for grasshoppers.7/30/2021 4:32:22 PM
Tax and Assessment shows their HEART126952021-06-03T06:00:00ZOur StoriesEvery year the Tax and Assessment team works with residents to answer questions or talk about payment options but staff recognized there were some customers that might need additional help from other community agencies.6/3/2021 4:01:24 PM
City of Lethbridge’s advanced online permitting system a vital resource during pandemic 125682021-05-27T06:00:00ZOur StoriesWhen it comes to providing online permitting services, the City of Lethbridge is digitally ahead of the curve thanks to the diligent work done several years ago to introduce a digital service platform. 5/27/2021 2:28:19 PM
Organics in Lethbridge - The Big Picture125252021-05-20T06:00:00ZOur StoriesUnderstanding the difference between residential curbside organics and business sector organics.5/20/2021 3:42:32 PM
Protecting our river valley one sewing machine at a time124412021-05-12T06:00:00ZOur StoriesCoulee Clean-Up is a made-in-Lethbridge conservation program designed to preserve and protect Lethbridge's river valley environment5/12/2021 6:02:35 PM
Beyond the Headline: Next steps for curbside organics124502021-05-12T06:00:00ZOur StoriesLearn what the next steps are for the proposed Waste & Recycling Curbside Organics Collection option.5/12/2021 10:37:38 PM
Beyond The Headline: Lethbridge Transit committed to efficient and effective mobility in our community123942021-05-07T06:00:00ZOur StoriesPublic Transit links employers with employees, patients with medical care, and customers to businesses. Without Transit, almost 1.5 Million of these interactions would not occur.5/7/2021 2:32:18 PM