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  • July 2024 Mayor's Column

    July is already off to a hot start – in temperature form and with all the activities taking place in our community.

  • Operational changes at Exhibition to increase sustainability

    In their July report to Economic and Finance Standing Policy Committee, Lethbridge & District Exhibition (LDE) highlighted important changes made during the last month to improve the quality of service and economic sustainability at the Agri-food Hub & Trade Centre. 

  • Council Highlights July 9, 2024

    Highlights from the July 9, 2024, Lethbridge City Council meeting.

  • Council approves pilot program to improve resident accessibility for winter and maintain cost-savings

    With a week of plus 30-degree temperatures, snow and ice may be the last thing on people’s minds. But, City Council has approved a new pilot program for the upcoming winter season.

  • Outreach team to provide further supports in community

    Through a new innovative partnership between Community Social Development (CSD), Lethbridge Police Service and the Watch Program, a new approach to outreach will provide enhanced services for the vulnerable population as well as the community at large.

  • City Council approves Climate Adaptation Strategy and Action Plan

    City Council took proactive steps to mitigate the costs and risks associated with extreme weather for the community for years to come today.


  • Council Highlights June 25, 2024

    Highlights from the June 25, 2024, Lethbridge City Council meeting.

  • LT Lethbridge Transit Bus Terminal
    Transit transformation

    Today, Lethbridge City Council received information on changes happening within Lethbridge Transit that are showing positive outcomes to ridership and revenues. With the highest ridership numbers in the history of the service and a $1.3 million improvement in financial performance from 2022-2023, the department is building momentum for continued growth and enhancements.  

  • Council approves funding request for Galbraith gymnasium

    When the modernization of a northside elementary school is complete, city residents will have expanded community use opportunities thanks to a funding commitment from the City of Lethbridge. Lethbridge City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve a capital investment of $1.2 million for Lethbridge School Division to upsize the gymnasium at the soon-to-be modernized Galbraith School.

  • Physician Recruitment

    We're a uniquely diverse and growing city and we're looking for physicians to grow along with us.

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