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  • 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.

  • Summer in the City

    Top 10 hidden gems to explore this summer.

  • Goldfish Mitigation

    Aquatic invasive species (AIS) are non-native aquatic animals, plants or insects that have been brought from other places into Alberta’s lakes, ponds and waterways.

  • Tree covered downtown Galt Park walking path
    Environment Week: Celebrating our Urban Forest

    As a city in the heart of the prairies, trees are not naturally occurring, apart from Cottonwoods in the River Valley. Through continuous education, care and dedicated management, Lethbridge has an urban forest we are very proud of. Lethbridge has an impressive tree canopy with over 47,000 public trees in parks and open spaces and at lease the same number of private trees.

  • Outdoor multi-sports court project moving ahead

    Lethbridge residents will soon have a new multi-use outdoor court to promote active living and community sport participation. Lethbridge City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to amend the 2022-2031 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) project D-23 Outdoor Sports Court

  • Construction to begin soon on new play space in Galt Gardens

    Parks and public spaces bring people together, attract people to downtown cores and provide opportunities for residents and visitors to benefit from nearby local businesses and attractions. When it opens later this year, the new Galt Gardens Inclusive and Accessible Play Space will also address a notable gap in recreation and play opportunities within a 10-minute walking distance of Downtown Lethbridge. Construction will begin soon, with fencing set to be put up in early June.

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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