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  • Road Closure Barrier sign
    Road Closure -16 Avenue South

    Effective immediately, 16 Avenue South will be closed in both directions between Scenic Drive and 13 Street South so crews can complete a water main repair and renewal. This work is expected to be completed by end of day June 26, weather permitting.

  • Photo contest river bottom graphic 2023
    Shutter Success! Photo contest winners

    Ten community photo chosen to be features on City website. 

  • Reminders for river safety this summer

    Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services (LFES) want to remind everyone to be safe while using bodies of water in and around the city during the summer months.

  • Goldfish Mitigation

    Aquatic invasive species (AIS) are non-native aquatic animals, plants or insects that have been brought from other places into Alberta’s lakes, ponds and waterways.

  • Planned power outage – June 8

    On Thursday June 8, the City of Lethbridge will be completing a planned power outage from 21, 23 and 24 Street South between 17 Avenue and 19 Avenue South.

  • Road Closure Barrier sign
    Partial Road Closure East Bound Whoop Up Drive

    Effective immediately, the outside lane of eastbound Whoop Up Drive is closed to complete a storm service repair.

  • Curbside Enthusiasm Contest - Task four

    Welcome to the final week of our Curbside Enthusiasm Contest! 

    Week four - Task four

    Tell us which tool/resource has been the most helpful in helping you navigate Curbside Organics. ie., Ins and Outs guide, social media messages, Curbside Enthusiasm videos, Waste Wizard, Lethbridge Loop etc.

  • Training at Lethbridge Airport

    Residents may see and hear Royal Canadian Air Force planes and helicopters overhead and see Search and Rescue Technicians parachuting between June 5 - 12.

  • Celebrate Environment Week by planning for the future

    The City of Lethbridge is celebrating Environment Week from June 4 – 10 by inviting residents to take part in planning for the future.

    The Climate Adaptation Strategy and Action Plan survey is now open for residents to provide their feedback on how we can adapt to changing climates in Lethbridge.

  • Tree covered downtown Galt Park walking path
    Environment Week: Celebrating our Urban Forest

    As a city in the heart of the prairies, trees are not naturally occurring, apart from Cottonwoods in the River Valley. Through continuous education, care and dedicated management, Lethbridge has an urban forest we are very proud of. Lethbridge has an impressive tree canopy with over 47,000 public trees in parks and open spaces and at lease the same number of private trees.

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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