With Safe Harbour Society securing provincial funding to provide overnight shelter service at the location of the existing daytime warming centre (5256 53 Avenue).
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.
Some City facilities might be busier than normal when The City puts its emergency plans to the test as part of an emergency response exercise on December 6, 2017.
In reacting to the Provincial initiative for supervised consumption services, City Council considered the where and how of supervised consumption services at a special council meeting tonight.
J.T. Setters and Sons Construction Ltd announced as name sponsor for the new enhancements at Great Chief Park
The City of Red Deer is pleased to announce that J.T. Setters and Sons Construction Ltd is the name sponsor for the new enhancements within Great Chief Park including the new pavilion building, outdoor speed skating oval and synthetic sports field.
The Recreation Centre will be closed for annual maintenance starting next Monday, December 11 until Monday, January 1.
There will be a special Red Deer City Council meeting on Monday, December 4 in Council Chambers.
City Council approved a $80.7 million capital budget this morning after three days of deliberation. The capital budget includes projects that will take place in 2018, or projects that require additional funding from previous years.
During today’s Capital Budget deliberations, City Council decided to open the new Servus Arena in January ahead of the anticipated opening of summer 2018.
Red Deerians will be able to lace up their skates and visit an outdoor rink this weekend, as all rinks will open tomorrow.
Residents are reminded there is a simple, secure and convenient way to pay annual property taxes by enrolling in The City of Red Deer’s Tax Instalment Plan (TIP).
A test of Notify Red Deer, The City’s mass notification system, will take place on Tuesday, December 5.
A portion of trail in Waskasoo Park from the footbridge at Riverbend River Bend Golf and Recreation Area south to approximately Northland Drive will be closed starting Monday.
Red Deer resolution for provincial combative sports regulator supported by fellow municipalities at AUMA
The City of Red Deer received strong support from other municipalities today to request the Provincial Government establish a provincial combative sports regulator at the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) Annual Conference this afternoon.
While attending the annual Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) conference this week, Mayor Tara Veer and members of City Council met with Members of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta to discuss topics important to Red Deerians.
Today, Councillor Buck Buchanan was elected again to the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) board as director, cities up to 500,000. Councillor Buchanan was first elected to the board in 2016.
Citizens are invited to review what’s been said about signs such as billboards, dynamic signs, sandwich boards and more in Red Deer as public input winds down as part of the review of the sign bylaw.
Red Deerians can sign up for winter activities and programs with the release of the Activity Guide next week.
Red Deerians are asked to bring new and gently used books to the Red Deer Rebels game this Friday night, November 24, at the Enmax Centrium for Books on the Bus.
Film crews will be in City Hall Park once again this Sunday, November 19, 2017, as they use the space for video production.
A portion of 77 Street will close near Riverside Drive while water service is installed for a property in the area.
Highland Green residents are encouraged to drop in to the Meet your Neighbours gathering tonight, Thursday, November 16, 2017 anytime from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the G.H. Dawe Community Centre.
Now in its tenth year, The City’s Toilet Rebate Program has been a resounding success, helping residents conserve more than 800 million litres of water since it started.
Red Deer’s 2017 crime statistics in the third quarter of the year continue to show a slight decrease in persons crimes and robberies, and a slowing in the growth regarding property crimes.