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  • Oldmanriver Bridge Spring Melt
    Water Conservation Plan and Strategy presented to Economic and Finance SPC

    Changes in climate and weather in southern Alberta are causing worries about water scarcity and ongoing drought. The City is working to proactively address these concerns with the development of the Water Conservation Plan and Strategy (WCPAS). The WCPAS was presented at the April 11 Economic and Finance Standing Policy Committee meeting.

  • City Council gets April update from Exhibition

    Members of City Council received the first of monthly reports from Lethbridge & District Exhibition (LDE) today which highlighted the success of the recent Ag Expo and looked ahead to the summer Farmers’ Markets and Whoop-Up Days celebration. The report was presented at the Economic Standing Policy Committee (SPC), providing a transparent overview of the organization’s finances and operations.

  • Street sweeper with no parking sign
    Spring street sweeping begins today

    With the arrival of spring, City crews are already sweeping the first roadways in the annual spring street sweeping program. Sweeping trucks pass through each neighbourhood cleaning up debris that has settled since last year. The program promotes a sense of cleanliness and pride in the community, reduces dust, and collects sand from winter ice control.

    Neighborhood street sweeping is completed on weekdays from 7:30 a.m – 3:30 p.m. All residential roadways will be completed over approximately 8 – 10 weeks, with variations due to weather and operational considerations. Weather permitting, no-parking signs will be placed on the street 24 hours before sweeping begins.

  • Interwoven Legacies at Logan Boulet Arena

    The legacy of Logan Boulet is now on full display at the Lethbridge arena bearing his name. Logan passed away on April 7, 2018, of injuries sustained in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash. By donating his organs, Logan saved six lives. His selfless act led to the “Logan Boulet Effect.” Canadian Blood Services estimates 150,000 people registered as organ donors in the weeks following Logan’s donation.

  • Clean Energy Improvement Program still taking applications, rebate increasing

    If you’re starting to look ahead at possible springtime home renovations, applications are still being accepted for the Clean Energy Improvement Program (CEIP).

  • City renews master services agreement with Alberta Health Services

    Lethbridge City Council approved a new 2.5-year agreement with Alberta Health Services (AHS) to deliver emergency medical services (EMS) through Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services (LFES). This agreement replaces the contract between the two parties that was set to expire March 31, 2024 and provides an option for a 2.5-year extension bringing the total contract length to 5 years.  

  • Green Shirt Day 2024 Mayor
    Council again declares April 7 as Green Shirt Day

    Lethbridge City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to have the Mayor’s Office again declare April 7 as Green Shirt Day. Mayor Hyggen says he wants to keep bringing this item to Council annually, rather than as a one-time declaration, to continually highlight Logan’s impact.

     

  • Stop the Bleed
    Stop the bleed - save a life

    The City of Lethbridge is proud to be taking proactive steps to protect community safety by introducing Lethbridge’s first STOP THE BLEED® kit at the ENMAX Centre.

  • Share your thoughts on snow routes

    With more snow in the forecast this week, the City of Lethbridge wants community feedback about recent snow and ice control changes. 

  • Outdoor dog run unleashed at the Lethbridge Animal Shelter

    Tails are wagging at the Lethbridge Animal Shelter, as dogs enjoy a new outdoor space. A 420-square-metre fenced dog run is now allowing resident canines to exercise, play and interact with one another in a more natural setting.


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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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