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The community is cross by Trans-Canada Highway and Highway # 12. Both Canadian Pacific Railroad and Canadian National Railroad also cross the Lytton First Nation lands.

A reaction ferry connects the east and west side communities. A walk-in bridge becomes the only means of transportation between the east and west side communities during winter ferry shutdown periods.

Roads within the community are dirt and gravel. Most roads, particularly those in the west side of the Fraser River, are in desperate need of repair.

There are a total of 205 homes within the Lytton First Nation reserves. Of those 149 are located on the east side of the Fraser River while 56 homes are located on the west side of the Fraser River. The ownership of these homes is as follows:

- Social Housing – 40 units
- LFN New Housing – 11 units
- Band Owned – 34 units
- Privately owned and CP homes – 125 units

Most of the homes have a pipe-in water supply. The largest water supply comes from the Stein River and provides water to several large reserves. With the exception of homes located on Indian Reserve # 18, which are located near the Village of Lytton, most homes utilize septic tanks for sewage disposal.

Fire and police protection are provided in Lytton while health care services are available from Kamloops. A small clinic replaces the century-old hospital facility recently closed by the Government of British Columbia.