Love is in the air and in the work that our people do every day to deliver the programs and services that make our community shine! Are you looking for a job that you’ll love? A job where you get to work outside, with awesome people, and the summer sun on your face? We are hiring!
“We’re very grateful to our partners at the Government of Alberta for providing the funding to assist in the creation and delivery of this program,” says Councillor, Jenn Schmidt-Rempel. “Building towards safer and healthier outcomes for our community is a top priority for Council. This program will work to support those goals and will be another valuable resource for those who need it.”
Lethbridge City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to designate a new Municipal Historic Resource. The three-storey Whitney Block, located at 411 3 Avenue South, is a square, brick commercial building located close to Galt Gardens in the downtown core – and now becomes the 30th Municipal Historic Resource in Lethbridge.
Lethbridge Airport, in collaboration with CAREERS: The Next Generation, is excited to announce the inaugural YQL Aviation Day. Scheduled to take flight on Saturday, May 25, 2024, this free community event will showcase aviation careers to inspire the next generation of aviation enthusiasts.
Get ready for a wave of warmth as the City of Lethbridge launches the Mighty Neighbour: Winter Warrior Edition initiative. This heartwarming campaign is aimed at recognizing and celebrating those unsung heroes in our neighbourhoods who go the extra mile to make winter a little brighter.
Lethbridge has spoken, and residents are fully tapped into local water conservation efforts.
The Water Conservation Plan survey closed on February 7 with nearly 4,000 responses, an all-time high for the Get Involved Lethbridge website. The results show a high level of community engagement on an important topic.
It’s time to ride the wave of new water meter technology!
The City of Lethbridge has launched the three-year Water Meter Upgrade Program to replace outdated meters in approximately 10,000 households. The new meters are designed to enhance efficiency in several ways.
The survey, running from January 23 – February 7, is collecting feedback on current water conservation efforts, ways to improve conservation and potential incentives the City may consider implementing.
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