Recreation and Sports Centre
Servus Sports Centre is Lloydminster’s largest multi-sport and event hosting facility; the Centre enables visitors of every age and skill level to workout, complete and play under one roof. Our facility offers many programs and services that will support you in your commitment to enhancing your quality of life
Lloydminster Learning Council Association
The Lloydminster Learning Council Association was established in 1975 and incorporated as a non-profit society in 1997. Council functions to coordinate, encourage and promote lifelong learning within the community of Lloydminster.
Lloydminster Public Library
The Lloydminster Public Library meets the information, recreation and learning needs of Lloydminster by providing access to a wide variety of materials through efficient, innovative and personal service.
Lakeland College When you come to Lakeland College, not all of your learning experiences will be in the classroom. There’s no better teacher than hands-on experience. You’ll collect and learn from your own botany, aquatic wildlife and soil samples. Lakeland College environmental students have access to outdoor labs minutes away from campus, and travel to landscapes from southern grasslands to the Rocky Mountains
Volunteering is a great way to make community connections, gain experience and give back to your community. The City of Lloydminster offers volunteer opportunities for all skills levels and ages.
Lloydminster Cultural and Science Centre
The Lloydminster Cultural and Science Centre (LCSC) is a hub for art, culture and history in the community. Our permanent exhibits consists of the Imhoff Art Gallery, Fuchs Wildlife Exhibit and the OTS Heavy Oil Science Centre. We also host travelling exhibitions from all over the country and local artists. We offer specialized classes and courses, education programs, tours, meeting spaces and the Window Shop, a unique gift shop.
Home: Stories Connecting Us All
Connecting Us All: Embracing Multicultural Community Development “Perhaps, sharing our stories is the first step to reconciliation to a new place or belonging.”