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  • Lethbridge 2022 Point-in-Time Count Results

    The final results for the Lethbridge 2022 Point-in-Time (PiT) Count indicate at least 454 individuals experiencing homelessness on September 27, 2022.

  • Skating rink at festival square with skaters
    Skating rink added to Festival Square for winter season

    ​In addition to the large Christmas tree and lighting already in place, Festival Square in Downtown Lethbridge will soon feature a seasonal skating rink for winter enthusiasts to enjoy.

  • Backyard Leisure art piece
    Public Art Update

    ​Lethbridge is home to an impressive and ever-growing collection of public art, and the City's Public Art program has been incredibly busy with the completion of multiple projects over the past year.

  • Door lock and key
    Residents and businesses asked to secure vacant buildings

    ​As the winter weather takes hold, Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services would like to remind residents and businesses of the owner's responsibility to ensure vacant buildings are secure to prevent unauthorized entry. This would include all vacant properties such as residential homes, garages and commercial properties.

  • Council approves next four-year operating budget

    ​Lethbridge City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to adopt the Economic Standing Policy Committee's recommendations to amend the City of Lethbridge's 2023-2026 Operating Budget.

    With its approval, the 2023-2026 average annual change in municipal tax rate is 5.1 per cent for each of the next four years. This is equal to a $129.93 per year per single family house, based on an average market value of $285,800.

  • Mayor hockey Hurricanes
    Food banks win after Mayor's Community Hockey Challenge

    In a game that saw some slick skating and a lot of laughs, the City team won on the scoreboard but food banks have ultimately won out.

  • November 2022 Mayor's Column

    "In this world, nothing can be said to be certain except death and taxes," Benjamin Franklin once wrote. As much as we all may not love the prospect of a tax increase, it is an inevitability, as well as, for the next four years, a necessity in order to maintain the high level of services provided to the community.

  • Fire Careers photo with gear
    Sparking interest in Fire and Emergency Services careers

    Cutting open a car, breaking down a door and navigating through a smoke filled building are just some of the adrenalin pumping activities local high school students recently experience with crews from Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services (LFES).

  • Public Hearing - Land Use Amendment Bylaw 6391

    ​The proposed Land Use Bylaw amendment will allow the use of the existing building as supportive housing, unrestricted as a permitted use.

     

     

  • Public Hearing - Land Use Amendment Bylaw 6399 - February 22, 2023 - March 21, 2023
    The proposed Land Use Bylaw amendment will allow the use of the existing buildings as a shelter and supportive housing, unrestricted as permitted uses.

     

     


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Lethbridge, AB T1J 0P6

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