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Land & Planning

  • Engagement continues for 11 Street South revitalization

    The City is continuing efforts to spruce up a portion of 11 Street South. The project envisions a vibrant and sustainable green corridor in the area between 3 Avenue and 4 Avenue. The revitalized block would connect the Warehouse District and Downtown.

  • Lethbridge is open for business

    With many positive indicators for 2024, Lethbridge City Council and City Administration continue to work for you to help build and maintain a thriving business community in the city. The message is simple: we are open for business and development.

  • Greenery Galore: Enhancing livability and sustainability on 11 Street South

    Exciting things are sprouting in the 300 block of 11 Street South!

    Vibrancy and connection are two of the visions behind planned changes to transform the portion between 3 Avenue and 4 Avenue South into a green corridor, connecting the Warehouse District and Downtown.

  • City of Lethbridge Advances Civic Common Redevelopment through Innovative Collaboration with Lethbridge College

    The City of Lethbridge is joining forces with Lethbridge College's Centre for Technology, Environment & Design to propel the Civic Common redevelopment project forward through the Virtual and Augmented Reality Program.

  • Renewing the Land Use Bylaw - What’s LUB got to do with it?

    We are excited to announce the launch of the Land Use Bylaw (LUB) Renewal project. The LUB is a critical document that shapes the way we live, work and connect with others in our community.

  • Community invited to take part in Jane’s Walk this week

    Join us for the annual Jane’s Walk festival in Lethbridge May 5-7!

  • Patios, Parklets and Street Vending Program

    In a continued effort to implement public realm enhancements and to support businesses city-wide, the City of Lethbridge is happy to announce its continuation of the successful outdoor patio and parklet program.

  • Applied studies partnership

    Since the beginning of the Fall 2022 semester, eight University of Lethbridge students participated in five applied studies projects as part of an emerging Work Integrated Learning (WIL) partnership between the City of Lethbridge and the University of Lethbridge’s Prentice Institute for Global Population and Economy.

  • Public Notices

    Public notices for pending and approved developments.

  • Updated Heritage Management Plan expands scope for future

    Historic places are important to our understanding of who we are and where we came from. They also contribute to our quality of life and our economy. Lethbridge/Sikóóhkotok is home to nearly 30 Municipal Historic Resources, more than a dozen Provincial Historic Resources, four National Historic Events, one National Historic Person and more than 100 archaeological sites. The City of Lethbridge Heritage Management Plan (HMP) was developed in 2007 to establish a framework for the City to protect Lethbridge's diverse Historic Places now and for the future. Lethbridge City Council recently voted unanimously to approve an updated 2023 HMP with several key updates.

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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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