Planning

Neighbourhood Planning

Great neighbourhoods are the result of careful planning and thoughtful design.

Heritage Management Plan

Heritage resources are important pieces of Red Deer's history and they enhance the character and quality of life in the city.

Land Use Bylaw

The Land Use Bylaw establishes how land can be developed in the City of Red Deer.

Permits and Applications

Information on what a permit is, when you need one and the application process.

Zoning

The Land Use Bylaw divides all land in The City into land use districts or zones. Learn more.

Subdivision Process

Covers the process of subdividing land into smaller parcels.

Area Redevelopment Plans

Area Redevelopment Plans (ARP’s) are a neighbourhood based planning tool that is used to guide redevelopment.

Development of Oriole Park West

News & Notices

State of local emergency lifted...

June 24, 2017

The state of local emergency has been lifted in Red Deer as power has been restored to nearly all residents, returning Electric Light & Power to regular operations. Parks crews will continue restoration of City parks and trails for in the coming weeks...

Power restoration nearing completion

June 23, 2017

Power restoration continued today, with many smaller areas being brought back, leaving approximately 50 residents and businesses without power through the evening. Crews will focus on these remaining areas, and also on making sure all power sources...

Update on the 2019 Canada Winter Games..

June 23, 2017

With the 2019 Canada Winter Games less than two years away, The City of Red Deer provided an update on the capital projects that are underway as we prepare to host the Games.