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  • Street sweeping truck with sign that reads no parking
    Neighbourhood Street Sweeping program to begin next week

    ​The annual neighbourhood Street Sweeping program will start next week. Weather permitting, signs will be placed in the first zone on Monday, April 17 and sweeping will start in the far south on Tuesday, April 18

  • Lethbridge lining up a shot at the Olympic Curling Trials

    ​During the past 15 years, Lethbridge has successfully hosted all but one elite curling event and that could soon change as the city prepares a bid for the 2025 Canadian Olympic Curling trials.

    Lethbridge City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to provide a letter of support, as well as $900,000 in cash and in-kind services, through the Major Community Event Grant budget, to support a bid for the event commonly known as Roar of the Rings. The event would feature both men's and women's curling, with the winners earning spots at the 2026 Winter Olympics in Italy.

  • Hiring season is now open; City looking for seasonal staff

    ​Are you looking to work outside in fresh air, with a great group of people and with the summer sun on your face? We're hiring!

  • Happy fourth birthday, 311

    ​Lethbridge 311 has continued to evolve into the central hub for City information and customer service since its launch in 2019. March 11 (3/11) marks the fourth year of the City service and the customer contact centre.

  • Lethbridge becomes first municipality to support Buffalo Treaty

    ​On Wednesday, during a ceremony at the University of Lethbridge, five members of Lethbridge City Council, including Mayor Blaine Hyggen, added the City of Lethbridge as a signatory supporting the Buffalo Treaty – thus making Lethbridge the first municipality to do so.

  • Parking fine recommendations to return to Council later this year

    Parking fines are still in place for Lethbridge, but no increases will be happening at this time.

  • Clean Energy loan applications now open in Lethbridge

    Applications are now open for the City of Lethbridge’s Clean Energy Improvement Program (CEIP), which will provide homeowners with a financial tool to support energy efficiency and renewable energy upgrades to their properties.

  • Look 'hoooo' has a new website!

    Residents and visitors can now view information and news from the Helen Schuler Nature Centre at a new website. Launching today, the Helen Schuler Nature Centre can be discovered in a new digital habitat–

  • Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls remembered with visual display at City Hall

    Nationally on February 14, walks are held throughout various cities in memory of Indigenous women, girls and two-spirited people who have been lost or are missing. It's an opportunity for their loved ones to grieve, remember them and raise awareness of the disparity in the number of Indigenous women, girls and two-spirited people who die nationally every year. 

  • Lethbridge adding two new ambulances into EMS system

    ​The City of Lethbridge and Alberta Health Services (AHS) are adding two additional ambulances starting in April. This will improve Emergency Medical Services (EMS) response times, keeping rural ambulances in their communities and ensuring people in the Lethbridge area get the care they need.

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Lethbridge, AB T1J 0P6

Phone: 311
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