Halloween coupon books are back and are on sale beginning Sunday, October 1. The partnership between the City of Lethbridge and Recreation Excellence offers a healthy alternative to handing out candy.
The City of Lethbridge Parks & Cemeteries team is thrilled to introduce Community Play Boxes. These boxes are filled with sport and play equipment for anyone in the community to use, at no cost.
Catering to the ever-increasing popularity of the sport, the City of Lethbridge is excited to officially open six more pickleball courts.
Kids of all ages have one final weekend to enjoy Legacy spray park, located in the north end of Legacy Park, as it will be closed for the season end of day Sunday.
Monday, September 4, is Labour Day and the City of Lethbridge will have some service level changes.
There is a new group of nature enthusiasts enjoying the more than 260 kms of beautiful trails and pathways in our city thanks to a unique partnership.
Program expands to incorporate the existing refugee bus pass program and Access-A-Ride options.
Join us tomorrow, July 22, to celebrate the Wade Galloway skate park grand renaming event. The celebration, located at the corner of Mayor Magrath Drive South and Parkside Drive South, begins at 11:30 a.m.
With limited parking around Henderson Lake Park, residents and visitors can use free Transit to avoid traffic when heading down to the Canada Day celebrations.
Looking for a fun way to explore different parks with your kids this summer? The City of Lethbridge Parks & Cemeteries team is delighted to bring back the Parks & Playground Passport for 2023.
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