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.
Below is a list of City of Red Deer news releases. Contact Communications & Strategic Planning during regular business hours (Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) at 403-342-8147 or email@example.com.
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.
The City of Red Deer and the YMCA of Northern Alberta are proud to partner to open the new Northside Community Centre.
City Council adopted an updated version of the Environmental Master Plan, a document which will guide Red Deer’s environmental strategy now and into the future.
As part of the on-going community engagement phase of the new Community Housing and Homelessness Integrated Plan (CHHIP) development, residents are invited to participate in community conversations about housing and homelessness in Red Deer.
A water main replacement project will cause temporary lane closures on Ross Street near 43 Avenue early next week.
Drivers can expect minor delays in the northwest end of the city as traffic signal LED bulbs are replaced over the next few weeks.
Great Chief Park ball diamonds are closed today due to rain. All scheduled activities for the GCP ball diamonds have been cancelled.
Building permit values slowed in June but are higher than values in June of 2018.
On Monday, July 8, City Council will discuss options for regulating fireworks within Red Deer city limits.
Today, as part of The City’s ongoing commitment to community safety, an online RCMP crime map was launched.
At Monday’s regular City Council meeting, a motion was passed that gives The City direction to extend annexation exploration for up to eight months.
Red Deerians are invited to an open house celebration at the new home of The City of Red Deer’s Culture Services section, 5205 48 Avenue (former Central Intermediate School), on Friday, July 5.
The deadline to pay 2019 City of Red Deer property taxes is this Friday, June 28. Remember to pay before you head out for the Canada Day long weekend to avoid a late penalty.
Citizens are invited to learn more about how Red Deer’s new housing and homelessness plan is being developed and how the community can be involved.
Red Deer is home to 101,002 residents according to the 2019 municipal census, which wrapped up this month.
Starting tomorrow, Tuesday June 25, there will be multiple power outages in areas of Normandeau over the course of the next three weeks.
On Monday June 24, Taylor Drive and Kerrywood Drive will have partial lane closures to accommodate surveying.
Starting Monday June 24, traffic across the CPR Bridge will be restricted to a single lane of alternating traffic, and will be controlled by temporary traffic lights.
Six flags were raised at City Hall Park Plaza this morning, including the federal, provincial, municipal, Treaty 6, Treaty 7 and Métis nation flags.
Crime, housing, homelessness, mental health and addictions were some of the topics discussed yesterday when a group of community leaders from across Red Deer came together to talk about safety, and what they, as a team, can collectively do to improve these
Property owners are reminded the deadline to pay 2019 property tax bills is June 28, the Friday before the Canada Day long weekend.
Pickleball Courts at Motorworks Fields opens this Tuesday, June 25 and citizens of all ages and abilities are invited to join the fun happening at the official opening event.
As part of the Community Housing & Homelessness Integrated Plan, residents are invited to complete a survey to provide their feedback about housing and homelessness in Red Deer.
Red Deerians are invited to join Mayor Tara Veer and members of City Council for an enjoyable and entertaining afternoon at the annual Mayor’s Garden Party.