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    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.

  • Christmas Tree Collection

    For the past 30 years the City of Lethbridge and local youth groups have partnered to ensure that Christmas trees continue to give after the Holiday Season. Over 1.5 million kilograms or approximately 95,000 Christmas trees have been diverted from the landfill since the program began. This years collection will take place ​​January 13th, 2024.

  • Community celebrates Blackfoot Winter Solstice

    It’s a day full of celebration, storytelling and community as the Cavendish Farms Centre hosts the inaugural Blackfoot Winter Solstice.

     

    The celebration recognizes and pays respect to the Blackfoot community in the form of a dedicated Indigenous art display and ceremony with local Indigenous leaders.

  • City Council responds to request from Lethbridge & District Exhibition

    Today, Lethbridge City Council approved initial steps that would pave a new path forward for Lethbridge & District Exhibition and the Agri-food Hub & Trade Centre. In response to a letter of intent received from the Lethbridge & District Exhibition, City Council passed a resolution that will provide emergency interim resourcing to create stability and business continuity and explore a vision for the future.

  • Statement from the Mayor - Agri-food Hub & Trade Centre

    Late in the day, we received confirmation from the Government of Alberta that they have declined our request to provide $1.04 million in capital funding to support the Agri-food Hub & Trade Centre.

  • Council receives update on repurposing review of Exhibition Pavilions

    City Council today received an update on the repurposing review of the Main, North, South and West pavilions as well as Heritage Hall and Safety City buildings located on the Exhibition grounds.

  • Council approves Terms of Reference for Downtown Lawlessness Reduction Task Force

    The Downtown Lawlessness Reduction (DLR) Task Force, which will consist of members from City Council, City Administration, the Downtown BRZ, Lethbridge Fire and EMS and the Lethbridge Police Service, is now officially operational. On Tuesday, Lethbridge City Council voted to approve the Task Force’s Terms of Reference

  • Nurturing Local Talent for a Brighter Future

    Partner Services, driven by a vision of nurturing and expanding our connections with post-secondary institutions, enthusiastically supports City departments and the development of our local young talent.

  • Council approves funding for dog run at Animal Shelter

    The Lethbridge Animal Shelter will soon be adding a fenced dog run on its property to provide new opportunities for exercising, training and socializing dogs available for adoption.

  • Downtown construction wraps-up for the holiday season

    Traffic signals have been re-installed at the intersection of 4 Avenue and 7 Street South and the section of road has officially re-opened to vehicular traffic. With this major step, work on this project will now be wrapped up for the construction season.


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Lethbridge, AB T1J 0P6

Phone: 311
or 403-320-3111 (if outside of Lethbridge)

 

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