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  • Welcoming Newcomers in Lethbridge: A Team Effort

    The City of Lethbridge, working together with Lethbridge Family Services, is making sure our newest neighbours feel right at home. The newcomer program initiative is all about helping new residents get to know their new community.

  • City takes proactive steps to maintain water supply

    It probably comes as no surprise that limited precipitation in 2023 has led to lower than typical water reserves across southern Alberta. The City of Lethbridge is carefully monitoring and taking proactive steps to ensure a sustained water supply for the region. 

  • Leisure in lumber – search for our newest park feature!

    In a heartwarming display of community spirit and creativity, dedicated City of Lethbridge Parks & Cemeteries worker Garry Brown has undertaken a challenge that is bound to become Lethbridge’s newest attraction.

    Garry, who is the Amenity Services Coordinator, recently completed building an oversized blue Adirondack chair.

  • City staff reflect on supporting others during a raging wildfire season

    As the summer days wind down and autumn officially begins this weekend, Canada continues to experience its worst wildfire season ever recorded. Thankfully, our region has not had to contend with any major issues in 2023 – but several City of Lethbridge staff members have been training and preparing should a worst-case scenario reach our community.

  • Students shine in Registered Apprenticeship Program

    Summer students wrap up their experience with City departments.

  • Preparing for takeoff - enhancements continue at YQL

    Learn more about work happening at the Lethbridge Airport and an update on Flair Airlines.

  • Steering towards safety

    City navigates improved road safety for pedestrians, motorists and cyclists

  • Fire Chief branches out to support 1,000 trees in 2023

    Away from the heat of leading the City’s Fire and Emergency Services department, Fire Chief Greg Adair can be found digging, planting and watering his way to a greener future at home.

  • Partnership shows learning about nature is a walk in the park

    There is a new group of nature enthusiasts enjoying the more than 260 kms of beautiful trails and pathways in our city thanks to a unique partnership.

  • New social media series to highlight Municipal Historic Resources

    Lethbridge was incorporated as a town in 1890 and as a city in 1906, which for a municipality is relatively young by comparison to many areas of the world. Despite our overall youth as a city, we do have an array of historic places. Those protected by the City of Lethbridge are called Municipal Historic Resources. Through preservation efforts, we currently have 29 Municipal Historic Resources, with 13 of them located in Downtown Lethbridge. Starting today, ahead of Heritage Day on Monday, August 7, and running throughout the next year, we will feature a series of posts every second Friday to showcase each of these resources.

Contact Us

City Hall
910 4 Avenue South
Lethbridge, AB T1J 0P6

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


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