Tags : Survey

Over 400 people experiencing homelessness in Lethbridge

The city has released the latest results for the 2022 Point-in-Time Homeless Count. The survey shows at least 454 people are experiencing homelessness. These counts are done every two years and since the last report, the numbers have doubled. An official with the city explains why that is.   “The main increase comes from the […]Read More

City launches Parks Master Plan community survey

The parks and cemeteries department at the City of Lethbridge is embarking on their Parks Master Plan Project with the kickoff of a community survey. The group is looking for feedback from residents on the parks system. Parks Planning Manager, Chris Witkowski says the master plan is all about what the public wants in terms […]Read More

Lethbridge Police Service Community Survey results are in

The results of the 2022 Community Survey through the Lethbridge Police Service are in, and it shows more than three quarters of respondents are satisfied with the department. Eighty-six per cent said the service is adequate to good, however about 14 per cent rated the LPS as poor. “We can never have 100 per cent […]Read More

Lethbridge Police Service begins new employee initiative

The Lethbridge Police Service has launched a new employee initiative that will allow staff to express and share the experiences they’ve had surrounding leadership and work culture within the police service. The initiative is called Employee Experience Listening Tour. Deputy Chief Scott Boyd explains why it is so important. “It really comes on the heels […]Read More

New survey looking for ways to improve Lethbridge Airport

The Lethbridge airport has undergone significant renovations. The city of Lethbridge put in $2.6-million in 2019 towards the airport and then later invested over $23-million through provincial and federal grants. The city has put out a survey called ‘myYQL’ to get the opinions of residents on how the airport can be improved. “And so the […]Read More

Lethbridge Chamber surveying businesses about vaccine passport

The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce is introducing a new survey for business owners and operators in the city as to whether or not we should have a vaccine passport when accessing certain non-essential businesses, services, and events. This comes following the introduction of passports in both B.C. and Quebec. The survey went live on Tuesday […]Read More