Facility and Park Rentals

Single-use/short-term rentals

Looking for the perfect venue for a special event, birthday party, team wind-up, corporate meeting, outdoor wedding, family reunion, conference or trade show? We will help you find the right meeting room, gym, pool, soccer pitch, climbing wall, park, and more.

Contact a Facility Booking Specialist with the details of your event to discuss booking opportunities and amenities.

Multi-use/seasonal rentals

Looking to book a sports space for a clinic, tournament, or sport season? We'll do our best to help you find the right ice arena, community sports field, pool or indoor dry space. These bookings are done twice a year during our two booking seasons; spring/summer and fall/winter. Watch for our public service announcements in October and February to submit your application for a rental space. The majority of applications are accepted during these two periods. Following the application deadlines, bookings are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis; space permitting.

Online Application (for multi-use and seasonal rentals only)

Special Event Permits

You’ll need a special event permit if you plan on hosting an event on City property. Learn more...

Contact

facilitybookings@reddeer.ca
403-309-8411

How did we do?

We want to hear from you. Take a few minutes to complete our special event feedback form.

Resources

Facility Rental Permit Terms & Conditions (pdf)

Neighbourhood Activity Centres

Outdoor Weddings

Special Event Permit Application

Recreation Section Guidelines for the use of Aquatic Facilities (pdf)

Arena User Guidelines (pdf)

Dry Space User Guidelines (pdf)

Special Event Feedback Form - Bookings

News & Notices

Road closures/transit disruptions...

July 15, 2019

The Westerner Days Fair & Exposition parade will take place in downtown Red Deer on Wednesday, July 17 resulting in multiple road closures and traffic detours, along with transit disruptions.

Downtown tree pruning

July 11, 2019

Parks aerial lift trucks (bucket trucks) will be pruning city owned trees in the downtown area between 48 and 52 Street and 47 and 51 Avenue.