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  • Expanding food truck access in Lethbridge parks

    Lethbridge’s latest culinary adventure is ready to roll!

    Food trucks and mobile vending machines can now operate, without requiring specific permission, in three City of Lethbridge parks:

  • Oldmanriver Bridge Spring Melt
    Water Conservation Plan and Strategy presented to Economic and Finance SPC

    Changes in climate and weather in southern Alberta are causing worries about water scarcity and ongoing drought. The City is working to proactively address these concerns with the development of the Water Conservation Plan and Strategy (WCPAS). The WCPAS was presented at the April 11 Economic and Finance Standing Policy Committee meeting.

  • City Council gets April update from Exhibition

    Members of City Council received the first of monthly reports from Lethbridge & District Exhibition (LDE) today which highlighted the success of the recent Ag Expo and looked ahead to the summer Farmers’ Markets and Whoop-Up Days celebration. The report was presented at the Economic Standing Policy Committee (SPC), providing a transparent overview of the organization’s finances and operations.

  • Doggy Doo Doo Crew

    In preparation for our Dog Waste Awareness Month in June, the City of Lethbridge will be holding five dog park cleanups.

  • Council Highlights April 9, 2024

    Highlights from the April 9, 2024, meeting of Lethbridge City Council.

  • Water Wednesday

    The weekly Water Wednesday series provides information, conservation tips and expert analysis on all things ‘water’ in the Lethbridge area.

  • Street sweeper with no parking sign
    Spring street sweeping begins today

    With the arrival of spring, City crews are already sweeping the first roadways in the annual spring street sweeping program. Sweeping trucks pass through each neighbourhood cleaning up debris that has settled since last year. The program promotes a sense of cleanliness and pride in the community, reduces dust, and collects sand from winter ice control.

    Neighborhood street sweeping is completed on weekdays from 7:30 a.m – 3:30 p.m. All residential roadways will be completed over approximately 8 – 10 weeks, with variations due to weather and operational considerations. Weather permitting, no-parking signs will be placed on the street 24 hours before sweeping begins.

  • Residents have more time to complete snow route survey

    The City of Lethbridge is giving residents a few more weeks to provide feedback on snow routes. The community survey, launched on March 18 will now close on April 28, 2024. The extended date will allow for more residents to share their thoughts and input on phase 2 of changes to snow and ice control.

  • Slide replacement in Legacy Park

    Lethbridge residents can slide into summer thanks to an upgrade at Legacy Park. A new stainless-steel slide is being installed at the Discovery Playground.

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    Downtown Commercial District

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