Having a long-term plan and guiding document for how the City’s transportation networks will interface with one another – to enhance the mobility choices of residents, visitors and workers, support goods movement and connect land uses – is of vital importance. That overarching goal, along with extensive community engagement, the new travel demand model, technical analysis and previous plans and studies, all informed the development of the 2023 Transportation Master Plan (TMP).
With many positive indicators for 2024, Lethbridge City Council and City Administration continue to work for you to help build and maintain a thriving business community in the city. The message is simple: we are open for business and development.
As the City’s Mandatory Recycling and Mandatory Organics program is getting ready to grade the first year of annual waste reports from the Lethbridge industrial, commercial and institutional (ICI) sector, one organization is already sitting at the top of the class.
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.
The City of Lethbridge, like many communities across the country, has been impacted by complex social issues including a drug crisis and increased homelessness. This is something that is concerning to our entire community and has affected the health and safety of our residents. These challenges span many demographics, involve a multitude of social issues, and are managed across several government jurisdictions. Solutions aren’t simple but we are proud of the tremendous efforts over the last 12 months as we partnered with the Government of Alberta and community stakeholders to improve our city.
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