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  • Holiday Wonderland: Lethbridge Volunteer’s Santastic Display

    The red front door of Ken Orich’s north Lethbridge home offers a preview of what’s inside: Santas. Many, many Santas.

    Ken is a long-time volunteer in Lethbridge. He started his Kris Kringle collection in 1988 with his very own creation.

  • Statement from the Mayor - Agri-food Hub & Trade Centre

    Late in the day, we received confirmation from the Government of Alberta that they have declined our request to provide $1.04 million in capital funding to support the Agri-food Hub & Trade Centre.

  • Council receives update on repurposing review of Exhibition Pavilions

    City Council today received an update on the repurposing review of the Main, North, South and West pavilions as well as Heritage Hall and Safety City buildings located on the Exhibition grounds.

  • Council approves Terms of Reference for Downtown Lawlessness Reduction Task Force

    The Downtown Lawlessness Reduction (DLR) Task Force, which will consist of members from City Council, City Administration, the Downtown BRZ, Lethbridge Fire and EMS and the Lethbridge Police Service, is now officially operational. On Tuesday, Lethbridge City Council voted to approve the Task Force’s Terms of Reference

  • Road Closure Barrier
    Road closure on Mayor Magrath Drive for emergency light repair

    Residents and motorists are advised to take care driving along the northbound section of Mayor Magrath Drive as crews work to repair the traffic lights at the intersection of Crowsnest Trail.

  • Nurturing Local Talent for a Brighter Future

    Partner Services, driven by a vision of nurturing and expanding our connections with post-secondary institutions, enthusiastically supports City departments and the development of our local young talent.

  • Spearheading change for community wellbeing

    The City of Lethbridge, like many communities across the country, has been impacted by complex social issues including a drug crisis and increased homelessness. This is something that is concerning to our entire community and has affected the health and safety of our residents. These challenges span many demographics, involve a multitude of social issues, and are managed across several government jurisdictions. Solutions aren’t simple but we are proud of the tremendous efforts over the last 12 months as we partnered with the Government of Alberta and community stakeholders to improve our city.

  • City seeking interest from non-profits on leasing Bowman Building

    Beginning today, a survey is open to non-profit organizations interested in leasing the Bowman Building located at 811 5 Avenue South. The Bowman Building will have approximately 12,000 total square feet available for eligible organizations to lease.

  • New Public Hours for City Hall Starting in January

    Starting January 2, 2024, Lethbridge City Hall public hours will change to 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The change is aimed to enhance the efficiency and service quality at City Hall.

  • Planned power outage - 14 &15 Street N between 7 & 8 Avenue N

    On Wednesday, December 6 between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., we will be completing a planned power outage affecting approximately 22 residents along 14 and 15 Street N between 7 and 8 Avenue N.

Contact Us

City Hall
910 4 Avenue South
Lethbridge, AB T1J 0P6

Phone: 311
or 403-320-3111 (if outside of Lethbridge)


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