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  • Doggy Doo Doo Crew

    In preparation for Dog Waste Awareness Month in June, we are holding two dog park cleanups May 23 and 25.

  • Park ‘n’ Bark Turf Maintenance

    On Friday, May 12 the Park ‘n’ Bark dog park located at the corner of Scenic Drive North and Stafford Drive North will be closed for turf maintenance.

  • Help us Preserve the Coulees

    It's Mountain Bike Season!

    The River Valley has a diverse network of mountain bike trails to explore. Help us protect the coulees the next time you hit the trails.

  • Fire department issues recreational safety reminders

    Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services want residents and visitors to enjoy our beautiful city. As warmer weather and longer days set in, more people are venturing out in the coulees and river valley – so the renewed importance of recreational safety is paramount.

  • Fire Advisory issued for River Valley

    Residents are urged to take extra care when enjoying the parks in the River Valley due to the dry conditions and recent warmer temperatures which are expected to continue.

  • History and Overview of Alexander Wilderness Park

    A brief overview of the Alexander Wilderness Park.

  • Parks Access Permit

    Planning any backyard maintenance or renovations this summer? You may need a permit.

  • Parks & Cemeteries irrigation and operations update

    The colder temperatures we have experienced this spring has delayed the start of some of our Parks & Cemeteries operations.

  • Council responds to community on off-leash dog parks

    Following extensive engagement and community feedback, Lethbridge City Council will not proceed on six previously-proposed dog park locations in established neighbourhoods. Instead, based on the engagement results, Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to consider appropriate areas for future dog parks when new Outline Plans, or amendments to Outline Plans, come forward. This will involve continued work with BILD Lethbridge, land developers and landowners moving forward.

  • Elm Pruning Ban Starts April 1

    ​To prevent the spread of Dutch Elm Disease (DED), the province-wide pruning ban for all species of elm trees will be in effect from April 1 through to September 30, 2023. 


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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