This is the most common low-density housing type. Normally only one family resides in these types of houses. There are a number of sub-R1 types such as R1N, R1A and R1WS, which represent lot size types and permitted uses.
The City of Red Deer develops residential land to provide options to homeowners and local construction companies. Developing our own land also allows us to lead in unique and efficient neighbourhood design.
A unique approach to flexible living space, the carriage home is a secondary dwelling unit above a rear-detached garage.
The City's medium-density, multi-family housing designation. These can be semi-detached or multi-attached. e.g.: Townhouses, Duplexes, etc.
These are often called "social care" sites. The purpose of these sites are to provide space for public services such as assisted living facilities, but is designated for a wide range of uses.
Occasionally The City adds property to their inventory that is located in a long-standing neighbourhood. The land is considered to be "infill", as it is not in a new subdivision e.g. residentially-zoned land downtown.