Skip to main content Skip to footer

Council Highlights June 13, 2023

Video and minutes

  • Lethbridge City Council voted unanimously in favour of an Official Business Motion from Councillor Rajko Dodic for the City Manager, beginning in 2023, and, continuing each year thereafter, is encouraged to provide complimentary parking in front of City Hall, on the south side of 4 Avenue between Stafford Drive and 11 Street, during the last week in June
  • With the Consent Agenda approval, Council voted to direct Administration to proceed with the adoption of a sanctioned trail network in the river valley, as outlined in Map 1 - All Trails map, reporting back to Council by the end of Q3 2023 if during the operationalization of this work necessitates an amendment to the Parks Bylaw. Read the full news release here
  • Following a verbal update from the Lethbridge Police Commission and the Lethbridge Police Service on the Encampment Strategy, as well as presentations from several members of the public, Council voted to invite community groups, such as but not limited to the Downtown Business Revitalization Zone (DBRZ), Chamber of Commerce, and Heart of our City Committee, to a future Advocacy Advisory Committee meeting to discuss community wide advocacy at a governance level
  • Councillor Belinda Crowson provided a Federation of Canadian Municipalities Conference Report
  • Following a Public Hearing, Council unanimously passed both second and third readings to Bylaw 6401- Land Use Bylaw Amendment. The purpose of the proposed Direct Control (DC) district is to allow for offices and other business industrial-type land uses in addition to the general industrial land uses that are currently allowed on the parcel at 2910 16 Avenue North

This website uses cookies to enhance usability and provide you with a more personal experience. By using this website, you agree to our use of cookies as explained in our Privacy Policy.