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Lethbridge introduces dynamic webmap for City projects

The City of Lethbridge is excited to announce the official launch of its City Project Webmap, a dynamic online platform designed to enhance accessibility and streamline information for residents. The map will provide residents with accurate and up-to-date information on road closures, facility closures and city projects and initiatives.  

This significant milestone, achieved through collaborative efforts between Lethbridge 311 and the Communications & Engagement department, marks a pivotal step in modernizing the way the community interacts with essential municipal data. Over the past few months, the 311 team has engaged with various City departments to showcase the capabilities of the webmap, illustrating its potential to deliver residents the information they want to know about work happening in their area. 

“The 311 team has been working hard on this project and we are thrilled to see it come to fruition,” says Mike Wilk, 311 Business Integration Manager. “Our goal is to provide residents with a tool to independently navigate and discover the various projects in our community and we believe that the webmap does just that.”  

“I think everyone can relate to being curious about what the City trucks and equipment are doing when you see them in your neighbourhood” says Tara Grindle, Communications & Engagement Manager. “The Webmap tool allows you to see what that work is and when it’s estimated to be completed too.” 

The 311 team will continue to work with internal stakeholders to ensure the map is as accurate and user-friendly as possible. Residents are encouraged to check out the map and offer suggestions or comments by calling or chatting with 311.  

Explore the City Project Webmap by visiting  

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