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Goats for Targeted Grazing

In 2018, the City of Lethbridge Parks department will begin a pilot program to include targeted grazing in the river valley as a method for vegetation management, including reduction of brush and thatch volume as well as invasive weed control.

For more information, click here.

 

 

River Valley Parks Master Plan

The City of Lethbridge has updated the Lethbridge River Valley Parks Master Plan. The plan sets out a long term vision that will describe the value of this community asset and will guide how the river valley is used, balancing the preservation of the eco-diversity and the desire for residents to enjoy the use of the river valley. For background on how the plan was developed click here.

Click Here to View the River Valley Parks Master Plan


Legacy Park (North Regional Park)

Legacy Park is nearly complete! In the summer of 2018 the park opened to the public complete with skate park, playground, challenge course, fitness equipment, paved and limestone trails and so much more. Phase 2 of the park is scheduled for 2019/2020 with the addition of a spray park, an adventure playground and community picnic shelter available for booking. 

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BlackWolf Park (School Site) Landscaping

The City of Lethbridge has developed the plot of land at 250 Uplands Blvd N into park space! Blackwolf Park is across Uplands Blvd from Legacy Park. The space includes a regulation sized cricket pitch, mini soccer fields, baseball diamond and will be the future home of a school in the Blackwolf/Uplands neighbourhoods. The grass is still establishing, and the public is asked to please take care when exploring this new park.

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Community Gardens ​

Community gardens are popping up in parks all around the city, including the newly developed school sites in Copperwood and Legacy Ridge. These parks are now fully operational and are enjoying their first season open to the neighbourhoods. Those interested in renting a seasonal plot in a community garden are required to contact the group in charge of the garden.​



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