Clean Shoreline Community
Litter is a critical issue facing all of Canada's waterways in communities across the country, from lakes and rivers to every ocean coastline. The City of Lethbridge is designated a Clean Shoreline Community. This means we are working collaboratively with the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup to engage more local volunteers to minimize our impact on the environment and keep it healthy.
Join the Clean Community Challenge
Take part in the Clean Community Challenge with your school, youth group, business, or family, by taking action to make Lethbridge a cleaner, more beautiful place to live!
How does it work?
Step 1 - Decide which actions you want to take with your crew of friends, volunteers, classroom or any group of people who would like to make a difference.
Step 2 - Contact the program organizers in the links below to arrange the best time to get outside and take action.
Step 3 – Celebrate your actions to make Lethbridge a cleaner, more beautiful place to live! Share photos with the organizer and we make sure to give your group a public 'shout out' on City social media sites.
What actions can I take?
There are seven different actions you can take to make Lethbridge a cleaner, better place to live! Click on each one to find the specific information about that program and additional resources: