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  • Goldfish Mitigation – Chinook Lake and Elma Groves stormpond

    The City of Lethbridge needs to remove goldfish and koi out of Chinook Lake and Elma Groves stormpond. Goldfish and koi are non-native species introduced into lakes and stormponds that cause problems for the native species and the habitat.   

  • City pilots drinking water stations for summer

    As the weather heats up, be sure to cool off with one of four new drinking water stations as part of a pilot project around the city.

  • Reel in the fun at Goldfish Derby Days!

    The City of Lethbridge is welcoming residents to participate in Goldfish Derby Days to learn about invasive goldfish and koi found in local stormponds.

  • They’re baaaaaack, goats returning this summer!

    For the past five summers, goats have been used to help control invasive weeds in select areas of the river valley, and since the introduction of the program over 750 hectares of invasive weeds have been grazed.

  • Parks & Playground Passport
    Adventure Awaits!

    Looking for a fun way to explore different parks with your kids this summer? The City of Lethbridge Parks & Cemeteries team is delighted to bring back the Parks & Playground Passport for 2023.

  • Dutch Elm Disease

    Elm trees make up a significant and important part of the Lethbridge Urban Forest. There are approximately 5,000 public and 5,000 private elm trees in Lethbridge.

  • City buzzing with excitement after being declared a Bee City

    In celebration of International Pollinator Week, the City of Lethbridge is excited to be officially declared a Bee City by Bee City Canada! Bee City is a signature program of Pollinator Partnership Canada (P2C), a national organization dedicated to the protection and promotion of pollinators and their ecosystems through conservation, education, and research.

  • Sanctioned River Valley Trail Network in development

    From frequent users to first-time visitors, those heading to Lethbridge’s Oldman River Valley will soon benefit from a cohesive approach to how the trail system is mapped.

  • Father's Day Flowers

    The City of Lethbridge Parks & Cemeteries team continues a cherished tradition this Father’s Day, honouring the memory of loved ones by gifting visitors a gerbera daisy.

  • Three playgrounds set for replacement this summer

    Three neighbourhood playgrounds will get new equipment this summer.

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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