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News Releases

  • City thanks community for six months of Curbside Enthusiasm

    Households across the city have been using their green carts for six months and the results are more than ‘a-peel-ing’.

  • More Electric Vehicles added to City fleet

    With the recent addition of several new all-Electric Vehicles (EV), the City of Lethbridge continues to make strides towards a more sustainable future.

  • New play space in Galt Gardens now open

    The new Inclusive and Accessible Play Space at Galt Gardens is now open. Located immediately adjacent to the Rotary Centennial Fountain in the southeast corner of the four-hectare park, the new space features inclusive and accessible play equipment, rubber surfacing, a plaza space and park furniture.

  • Keeping Lethbridge on the move in winter – upcoming snow control changes

    Each winter, City of Lethbridge Transportation Operations staff provide winter snow and ice control services to keep Lethbridge safely on the move. In response to public feedback and City Council approval, the City will be adjusting snow-clearing practices.


    “In 2020, we asked residents and stakeholders what they thought about our snow and ice clearing practices and they provided some great feedback which we used to develop changes,” says Darwin Juell, Transportation Manager. “Last winter we piloted the changes on approximately 23 kms of residential streets. We thank all residents who used the affected roadways regularly for their cooperation and feedback. This season, we’re expanding the network of snow routes to include a total of 83 kms of roadway.”

  • Council conditionally approves funding for housing projects

    The City of Lethbridge continues to make efforts in supporting housing project proposals to leverage the funding opportunities of other orders of government.

  • Advocacy efforts continue for water, wastewater improvements

    Advocacy efforts for sustainable long-term water and wastewater infrastructure have been in conversation at last week’s Alberta Municipalities conference in Edmonton, at last month’s Economic Standing Policy Committee meeting and at Lethbridge City Council’s meeting on Tuesday.

  • Time to schedule your fall leaf collection

    Throw on a sweater, grab your pumpkin spice latte and don’t forget to contact the City to collect your leaves! The Fall Leaf Collection Program begins today and you can book your pick-up until Friday, November 10.

  • Partnership welcomes students to school with 'Oki'

    Students, teachers and families will soon be welcomed through the gates of their school with a welcoming ‘Oki’ thanks to a partnership with the City of Lethbridge.

  • Reconciliation efforts recognized by community at inaugural awards evening

    Recognition of community building and unity unfolded in a cultural celebration as the City of Lethbridge and the Reconciliation Lethbridge Advisory Committee (RLAC) held the first Reconciliation Awards evening Monday night in City Hall.

  • Storytelling & Reconciliation through the arts

    Engaging local Indigenous artists to tell their story of Reconciliation through visual art has been a focus of this year's Reconciliation Week. 

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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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