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  • Lethbridge Fire & EMS conduct coulee rescue

    Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services were called out to Pavan Park area this afternoon after two residents were unable to hike out of the coulees.

  • City information platforms busy again in 2023

    Lethbridge residents used many different platforms to reach out to the City of Lethbridge in 2023.

  • Plenty of holiday fun still to be had in Lethbridge

    Christmas may be over, but that’s doesn’t mean an end to holiday fun in Lethbridge!

    Whether you’re looking to tickle your funny bone with live theatre or challenge your loved ones in nature-inspired games, here are five activities to keep your family entertained in the days ahead.

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    Three homes damaged by Boxing Day fire

    In the afternoon of December 26, Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services responded to a structure fire on Iroquois Crescent West.

  • Christmas Tree Collection

    For the past 30 years the City of Lethbridge and local youth groups have partnered to ensure that Christmas trees continue to give after the Holiday Season. Over 1.5 million kilograms or approximately 95,000 Christmas trees have been diverted from the landfill since the program began. This years collection will take place ​​January 13th, 2024.

  • December 2023 Mayor's Column

    I want to begin this month with a sincere Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all our Lethbridge residents! This, of course, will be the final monthly column installment of 2023 – a year which has certainly had plenty of items on the go throughout.

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    Fire Advisory issued for River Valley

    Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services wants to wish the community a happy and healthy holiday season, but is urging caution when using open flames as lack of precipitation and dry conditions continue in the city.

  • Community celebrates Blackfoot Winter Solstice

    It’s a day full of celebration, storytelling and community as the Cavendish Farms Centre hosts the inaugural Blackfoot Winter Solstice.

     

    The celebration recognizes and pays respect to the Blackfoot community in the form of a dedicated Indigenous art display and ceremony with local Indigenous leaders.

  • City Council responds to request from Lethbridge & District Exhibition

    Today, Lethbridge City Council approved initial steps that would pave a new path forward for Lethbridge & District Exhibition and the Agri-food Hub & Trade Centre. In response to a letter of intent received from the Lethbridge & District Exhibition, City Council passed a resolution that will provide emergency interim resourcing to create stability and business continuity and explore a vision for the future.

  • City of Lethbridge Service Level Changes

    Monday, December 25 is Christmas Day.
    Tuesday, December 26 is Boxing Day.
    Monday, January 1 is New Year’s Day.

    The City of Lethbridge will have service level changes over the holiday season.


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Lethbridge, AB T1J 0P6

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