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  • Sakamoto honoured with new dedication wall at ENMAX Centre

    If you've been to a concert at the ENMAX Centre (formerly the Canada Games Sportsplex) since it opened in 1975, chances are you've been to a show promoted by Ron Sakamoto. Monday evening, in front of his family and close friends, Ron Sakamoto's legacy and ongoing commitment to Lethbridge was honoured with the unveiling of a new dedication wall at the ENMAX Centre.

  • Council’s 2023 meeting calendar set

    At its annual Organizational Meeting on Tuesday, Council voted to adopt the 2023 Council and Standing Policy Committee (SPC) meeting calendar and to confirm administration appointments to Boards, Commissions and Committees.

  • Lest we forget; City honours Veterans with renamed avenue for Remembrance Day

    ​The section of 4 Avenue South between Stafford Drive and 11 Street will be temporarily renamed Veterans Avenue for the week leading up to Remembrance Day.

  • Recognizing Lethbridge City Council’s first year in office

    ​It's been 365 days since Mayor Blaine Hyggen and Councillors Mark Campbell, Jeff Carlson, Belinda Crowson, Rajko Dodic, John Middleton-Hope, Nick Paladino, Ryan Parker and Jenn Schmidt-Rempel took their oath of office and formed the current Lethbridge City Council.

  • October 2022 Mayor's Column

    I'd like to begin by thanking Premier Jason Kenney for his dedication to the people of Alberta and for his leadership over what has been an unprecedented term in office. I extend my congratulations to Premier Danielle Smith on her victory in the leadership race. Our Lethbridge City Council looks forward to working with her and her team in continuing to find opportunities to advocate for the residents of Lethbridge.

  • One for the history books; Councillor recognized for contribution to preserving southern Alberta's history

    The Government of Alberta recently celebrated the outstanding contribution of organizations and individuals who have helped to preserve, restore and tell the history of Alberta.

  • Council receives update on potential future third vehicle bridge

    ​Residents may recall they were asked a non-binding ballot question, during last October's Municipal Election, about if building a third vehicular traffic bridge in Lethbridge should become a municipal capital project priority.

    On Tuesday, Lethbridge City Council voted unanimously to accept an Administration Submission on the Third Bridge River Crossing Review as information.

  • Lethbridge 311, now at your fingertips

    ​Since March 11, 2019, the friendly folks at Lethbridge 311 have been helping answer residents' questions about City services – 344,250 questions to be precise. Our 311 specialists can assist with getting rid of that old beer fridge, what to do with yard waste, fixing potholes, streetlights, broken trees and much, much more! Residents rely on 311 to get answers and now contacting them is easier than ever. Today, we are proud to launch 311Chat, a live online chat available on and 311.lethbridge.

  • Re-zoning supports physician recruitment, retention efforts

    ​Lethbridge City Council continues to support efforts to attract and retain medical professionals for the community, most recently by allowing the development of a functional and modern building to provide medical office space in close proximity to Chinook Regional Hospital.

  • Summer Lovin', had me a blast

    As the glorious summer weather starts to creep to the cooler side of the thermometer, many residents are getting back into the swing of school, work and routines. For City of Lethbridge operations staff though, it's been a busy summer of planting, mowing, paving, call taking, and waste disposal.

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