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  • Residents asked to complete Childcare Needs Assessment survey

    The City of Lethbridge is continuing its commitment to supporting families and children with the launch of the Childcare Needs Assessment survey, running until April 2. The assessment aims to find the challenges faced by families and childcare providers and use this information to develop recommendations to support expanding capacity in Lethbridge.

  • Exploring the Nature of Play

    Nestled in the heart of Lethbridge’s River Valley, the Helen Schuler Nature Centre is showcasing the importance of play. The Nature of Play exhibit guides participants along a series of interactive activities designed to show how play is different than other physical and mental activities.

  • Lethbridge Fire EMS Truck Crest
    No injuries reported in west Lethbridge garage fire

    Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services responded to a single-family house fire in the 400 Block of Highlands Boulevard West at approximately 1 a.m. on Monday, March 4.

  • Arena refrigeration plants get cool upgrades

    The City of Lethbridge’s Facility Services department has modernized the City’s arena refrigeration systems, bringing them out of the ice age and into the present day.

    Beginning in 2019, arena refrigeration plant replacements and upgrades occurred at several facilities.

  • Council Chambers empty
    Council Highlights February 27, 2024

    Highlights from the City Council meeting on February 27, 2024.

  • Saint Laurent Montreal City of Lethbridge
    Lethbridge/Saint-Laurent Student Exchange 2024

    Saint-Laurent, Quebec, is the official twin city of Lethbridge. The two communities entered into a formal city-to-city twinning arrangement in 1967 as part of a Canadian Centennial project to promote cultural and social relationships between Eastern and Western Canada. Exchanges occur annually, alternately involving seniors and students. In 2024, the City of Lethbridge and the Borough of Saint-Laurent will be hosting an exchange for youth 14–16 years of age as of January 1, 2024.



  • Mayor’s statement on 2024 Provincial Budget

    It will take some time to review the entire scope of the 2024 Provincial Budget, including discussions with our City Treasurer, to see the full picture for our city.

  • Paws & reflect for phase two of the Animal Bylaw Review

    The community is being asked for furrrr-ther feedback on animal regulations.

    Phase two of the Animal Bylaw Review is underway with the launch of an online survey.

  • Parking concerns moving to 311

    To create efficiency and streamline processes, all calls for parking-related concerns will now be moving to 311, effective March 1. Residents needing to report a parking-related concern will now need to call or online chat with our customer service team at Lethbridge 311.  

  • Transportation Master Plan looks to the future

    Having a long-term plan and guiding document for how the City’s transportation networks will interface with one another – to enhance the mobility choices of residents, visitors and workers, support goods movement and connect land uses – is of vital importance. That overarching goal, along with extensive community engagement, the new travel demand model, technical analysis and previous plans and studies, all informed the development of the 2023 Transportation Master Plan (TMP).

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

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


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