The first phase of a multi-faceted construction project in Downtown Lethbridge is now underway. It consists of three main components: Watermain renewal along 7 Street South from 3 Avenue South to 6 Avenue South; Pavement rehabilitation along 4 Avenue South and 7 Street South; Protected cycling lanes along 4 Avenue South from west of Scenic Drive South to Stafford Drive South, and along 7 Street South between 3 Avenue South and 7 Avenue South.
Today, the Honourable Randy Boissonnault, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Official Languages, and His Worship Blaine Hyggen, Mayor of Lethbridge, announced a joint investment of $134,813 to support planning work for the full transition of the city’s transit fleet to zero emission buses.
Lethbridge residents are encouraged to apply to be on one of City Council’s Boards, Commissions and Committees (BCCs) – as each public role provides an opportunity to participate in the present and future direction of the city. A recruitment campaign is now underway and applications will be open until September 22, 2023, for a variety of positions.
Lethbridge City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously in favour of a request originally brought forward by Economic Development Lethbridge to help the community attract more film and television production to the community.
Join us tomorrow, July 22, to celebrate the Wade Galloway skate park grand renaming event. The celebration, located at the corner of Mayor Magrath Drive South and Parkside Drive South, begins at 11:30 a.m.
After brushing up 788 km of residential roadways and collecting 3,000 tonnes of debris, the annual neighbourhood Street Sweeping program is now complete. The City thanks residents for their cooperation in bringing about a cleaner community.
The Galt Museum & Archives (Akaisamitohkanao'pa) is taking strides for a more sustainable future. In coordination with the City of Lethbridge, museum staff are excited to announce that its new programming cargo van is an all-Electric Vehicle (EV). The van was recently purchased through the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre (MCCAC), which is a partnership of Alberta Municipalities, Rural Municipalities of Alberta and the Government of Alberta.