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  • Prairie Arbour Park stream repairs

    The stream feature at Prarie Arbour Park will soon be flowing again. It has been inactive for the past two summers due to damage to its rubber lining.

  • Expanding food truck access in Lethbridge parks

    Lethbridge’s latest culinary adventure is ready to roll!

    Food trucks and mobile vending machines can now operate, without requiring specific permission, in three City of Lethbridge parks:

  • Doggy Doo Doo Crew

    In preparation for our Dog Waste Awareness Month in June, the City of Lethbridge will be holding five dog park cleanups.

  • Slide replacement in Legacy Park

    Lethbridge residents can slide into summer thanks to an upgrade at Legacy Park. A new stainless-steel slide is being installed at the Discovery Playground.

  • River Valley Dragons

    Lethbridge’s River Valley is home to a wide array of animals. Residents are never surprised to see deer, turtles or snakes. But there’s another type of serpent hiding in plain sight.

  • Elm tree pruning ban begins April 1

    To prevent the spread of Dutch Elm Disease (DED) a province-wide pruning ban for all species of elm trees is in effect from April 1 to September 30, 2024. Pruning elm trees during this time exposes wounds that could provide entry sites for Elm Bark Beetles, a carrier of the DED fungus.

  • Caring for our urban forest

    Efficiently watering trees ensures the urban forest will continue to thrive. This is especially important during periods of drought.

  • City prepares to celebrate Earth Day

    Earth Day is on the horizon! The City of Lethbridge is gearing up to celebrate and advocate for the environment. Please join us for a day of education and action Saturday, April 20 at Legacy Park with a range of activities planned for all ages.

  • Lake Ice and Outdoor Skating

    Lethbridge has four designated skating areas. Ice conditions are checked at least once a week. Ice surfaces will be closed if conditions are unsafe for users. Ice conditions can change depending on temperature, precipitation, wind and the amount of sunshine. With Lethbridge's varying winter temperatures, it is important to stay safe and informed.

  • Closures, Repairs and Improvements

    ​We continually perform repairs and upgrades to the infrastructure and facilities in our City.  Planned and unplanned work is required to keep our city running smoothly and sometimes this results in a temporary disruption of service.


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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