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  • Public Notice - Public Hearing - Land Use Amendment - Bylaw 6405 - 1304 6 Avenue S

    The proposed rezoning will continue to allow for the uses under the existing DC Bylaw and introduce the following new uses: restaurants, retail store, and mixed use dwelling. Bylaw 6405 will continue to include measures to preserve the existing building.

  • Council approves new Shelter Development Strategy

    In recent years, the city of Lethbridge has seen an increase in the number of individuals experiencing homelessness, as well as the number of those unsheltered. As additional shelter capacity could result in fewer unsheltered individuals, Lethbridge City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously in favour to approve a new Shelter Development Strategy.

  • Municipal Census results show growing Lethbridge population

    The numbers have been tallied – and the official 2023 Municipal Census results show that Lethbridge has a population of 106,550. This marks an increase of 5,068 (up 4.99 per cent, or 1.25 per cent per year) from the 2019 Municipal Census. Lethbridge is the third-largest city in Alberta based on Municipal Census data.

  • They’re baaaaaack, goats returning this summer!

    For the past five summers, goats have been used to help control invasive weeds in select areas of the river valley, and since the introduction of the program over 750 hectares of invasive weeds have been grazed.

  • Public Notice - Bylaw 6406 - Amendment to Bylaw 6240 Electronic Transmission of Documents Bylaw

    This amendment will eliminate potential conflict with the Municipal Government Act (MGA) and make minor housekeeping corrections. 

  • Road Closure Barrier
    Westbound Whoop-Up Drive speed limit to be lowered from noon to 2 p.m. Tuesday

    On Tuesday, June 27, from noon until 2 p.m., the speed limit on westbound Whoop-Up Drive will be reduced to 60 km/h and the exterior lane will be closed. This will allow crews to collect further information required in the update to 2022 Bridge Rehabilitation project.

  • Parks & Playground Passport
    Adventure Awaits!

    Looking for a fun way to explore different parks with your kids this summer? The City of Lethbridge Parks & Cemeteries team is delighted to bring back the Parks & Playground Passport for 2023.

  • Artists encouraged to submit artwork for Reconciliation Pop-Up Gallery

    In preparation for this year’s Reconciliation Week, the Reconciliation Lethbridge Advisory Committee is seeking local artists for a pop-up gallery.

  • Dutch Elm Disease

    Elm trees make up a significant and important part of the Lethbridge Urban Forest. There are approximately 5,000 public and 5,000 private elm trees in Lethbridge.

  • Reconciliation Week Pop-Up Gallery call out

    Reconciliation Lethbridge Advisory Committee (RLAC) is calling for submissions during Reconciliation Week 2023 for our Pop-Up Gallery, September 25 to 30, 2023.

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910 4 Avenue South
Lethbridge, AB T1J 0P6

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


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