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News Releases

  • New incentives for Downtown, fine adjustments for paid parking areas starting February 1

    If you are compliant with the Traffic Bylaw and parking regulations, the coming changes will not impact you. These changes to the Traffic Bylaw were created in direct consultation with representatives of the Downtown Business Revitalization Zone (BRZ), the Heart of Our City Committee (HOCC) and several business owners, then approved by Lethbridge City Council. The engagement group, which met throughout 2023, also included City staff from Transportation, Infrastructure Services and Communications and Engagement.

  • Community benefit guides Council’s decision to approve agreement with Exhibition

    Today, Lethbridge City Council voted 7-2 in favour of entering into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Lethbridge & District Exhibition (LDE). Subject to the Government of Alberta approving the proposed MOU, the agreement will create an interim governance structure comprised of City of Lethbridge and Lethbridge County administration.

  • City Council approves proactive measures to address low water levels

    City Council has unanimously passed a resolution to continue proactive steps in addressing water supply concerns and implementing strategic solutions to combat water scarcity. The action is in response to persistent drought conditions in southern Alberta, resulting in below-normal levels in every reservoir.

  • Extreme weather vs City Infrastructure; Cold snap challenges in numbers

    The recent extreme cold weather may have put a freeze on the regular routines of residents, but it certainly turned up the heat on several City of Lethbridge crews. Cold weather challenges gave the City’s Infrastructure Services department a frosty reception as they worked relentlessly over the 6 days of frigid temperatures to keep services and facilities running.

  • Community Animal Services celebrating a successful 2023, looking ahead to a busy 2024

    It was a paw-sitively fur-tastic 2023 for the critters and companions at the Lethbridge Animal Shelter.

    From fetching new events to unleashing equipment upgrades, it was a year full of tail-wagging adventures to support operations at Community Animal Services (CAS).

  • Keep Lethbridge on the move; be part of the snow-lution

    Snow routes have been activated in response to heavy snow accumulation and more snowfall is in the forecast. As the community adjusts to the new service level and snow clearing is top-of-mind, the City of Lethbridge is sharing a few timely reminders: 

  • GP-Oh! Big City savings with Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs)

    With an estimated $1.5 million in savings for 2023, using Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs) to procure goods and services for the City of Lethbridge has had a significant impact.

  • City taking steps to plan for reduced water supply

    The City of Lethbridge, in partnership with the province and regional partners, is continuing proactive measures to address the current water supply concerns.

  • Lethbridge introduces dynamic webmap for City projects

    The City of Lethbridge is excited to announce the official launch of its City Project Webmap, a dynamic online platform designed to enhance accessibility and streamline information for residents. The map will provide residents with accurate and up-to-date information on road closures, facility closures and city projects and initiatives.

  • Three homes damaged by Boxing Day fire

    In the afternoon of December 26, Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services responded to a structure fire on Iroquois Crescent West.

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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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