Emergency Preparedness Week

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Although the City of Lethbridge is still unable to host in-person Community Engagement events at this time, we are happy that we can still connect with you digitally. Emergency Preparedness Week runs May 2-8, 2021. Emergency Preparedness Week is an opportunity for us to reach out to those living and working in Lethbridge to remind them how they can take simple steps to become more prepared for disasters, emergencies and unexpected situations.

COVID-19 was unexpected and has proven to be a complex incident full of learning. In 2020 the City ran three community-based surveys to understand the effects of COVID-19 in our community. This process provided our team with knowledge of the concerns and challenges present in the community during the response stage of the pandemic and helped us make more informed decisions. We know that we are not in the clear yet, but we have come a long way in the past year.

We are requesting the assistance of residents once more to provide awareness for successes and areas for improvement within emergency and social response activities.

For more information on Emergency Preparedness Week, tools, tips and resources visit Government of Alberta Emergency Preparedness Week.

As always, you can explore projects that matter to you here at Get Involved Lethbridge.

Please visit City of Lethbridge News Centre for up to date information on COVID19 and its impact on our community.

Although the City of Lethbridge is still unable to host in-person Community Engagement events at this time, we are happy that we can still connect with you digitally. Emergency Preparedness Week runs May 2-8, 2021. Emergency Preparedness Week is an opportunity for us to reach out to those living and working in Lethbridge to remind them how they can take simple steps to become more prepared for disasters, emergencies and unexpected situations.

COVID-19 was unexpected and has proven to be a complex incident full of learning. In 2020 the City ran three community-based surveys to understand the effects of COVID-19 in our community. This process provided our team with knowledge of the concerns and challenges present in the community during the response stage of the pandemic and helped us make more informed decisions. We know that we are not in the clear yet, but we have come a long way in the past year.

We are requesting the assistance of residents once more to provide awareness for successes and areas for improvement within emergency and social response activities.

For more information on Emergency Preparedness Week, tools, tips and resources visit Government of Alberta Emergency Preparedness Week.

As always, you can explore projects that matter to you here at Get Involved Lethbridge.

Please visit City of Lethbridge News Centre for up to date information on COVID19 and its impact on our community.

  • CLOSED: Thank you for your input. This survey has concluded.

    In an effort to continue to enhance relationships and maintain community connections, the City is seeking your input on help us understand the current wellbeing of our community.  We invite you to participate in sharing feedback regarding your health, safety, social relationships, access to basic needs, emergency preparedness and a sense of belonging and social inclusion. We are also asking a few follow up questions in regards to City services and information needs during this COVID19 event.   Please take the next 5 minutes and complete this survey.

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