Information About the Master Planning Process
February 22, 2013February 8, 2013
We appreciate the feedback received from the community on the Master Plan. All feedback will be compiled and the Master Plan will be going to City Council on Monday March 4th.
Thank you to those who attended the Open House last night.
Please note that the presentation, storyboards and feedback forms are all available below, for those who could not attend.
Feedback forms should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
, dropped off on the 3rd floor of City Hall, or mailed Attn: Lori Harasem to 910 4 Ave S, Lethbridge T1J 0P6 before February 22, 2013.
Storyboards will remain up in the City Hall foyer until February 15th.
February 7th PowerPoint
February 7th Handout
January 28, 2013
The Recreation and Culture Master Plan and State of Recreation and Culture were presented to City Council today.
Please click here
for the State of Recreation report.
Please click here
for the Recreation and Culture Master Plan.
The public is welcome and encouraged to attend the Open House at City Hall on Thursday February 7th at 7 pm.
January 18, 2013
The State of Recreation and Culture, and the Recreation and Culture Master Plan documents will be presented to City Council at a CIC meeting on January 28th. Following that, a public Open House will take place on Thursday Feb 7th. The Open House will begin with a short presentation in council chambers, that will last approximately 15 minutes, and then the open house component will take place in City Hall foyer with storyboards outlining key information from the documents, and an opportunity to talk to the consultants.
December 22, 2012
The rough version of the Recreation and Culture Master Plan document is undergoing reviews and edits over the holiday season. As well, the State of Recreation and Culture in Lethbridge document - a document outlining the findings from research conducted and information provided by the public, recreation and culture groups, and research on facilities and programs, is complete except for a few minor edits.
November 19, 2012
Thank-you to all of the individuals and groups who provided feedback into our Master Plan. The survey deadlines have now passed but over 500 online survey results have been submitted, and 400 homes received a survey by telephone, as well as responses back from more than 50 organizations specific to recreation and culture.
Keep an eye on this page for more opportunities to participate in the Recreation and Culture Master Plan early in the new year.
November 1, 2012
We are looking for your feedback. Our online survey is now available, and should take about 20 minutes to complete. It is only available until November 18th. One survey per household please. If you took part in the telephone survey, please note that this is the same survey so your comments have already been recorded - thank you for participating.
Not online? A paper copy of the survey will be available for pick up from the third floor of City Hall the week of November 5th. Please call 403-320-3020 to find out when it is ready, or to have one mailed to you. All handwritten responses need to be turned in by November 17th please.
The Recreation and Culture Master Plan was launched at the end of September 2012.
For more information please contact: