Due to wet conditions this spring The City advises residents to stay off of the sports fields and ball diamonds to avoid damaging the grass.
Last night at the Budget 2018 Open House, nearly 100 residents came out to learn about the 2017 budget, and share their thoughts about where they would do things a little differently.
City Council has approved $25,000 in funding for Canada 150 themed projects, celebrations and initiatives.
At tonight’s City Council meeting, Council approved a freeze to management and exempt staff salaries until July 1, 2017 at which time there will be a 1.25 per cent cost of living salary increase.
Red Deer City Council gave first reading to the 2017 Property Tax Bylaw at today’s Council meeting.
On Friday, May 5 to Sunday, May 7, Red Deerians will come together for Jane’s Walk to celebrate life in Red Deer, and we want you to lead the conversation.
Repairs are scheduled to begin this week on The City of Red Deer’s “Sound the Alarm” public art piece, located at the corner of 48 Avenue and 49 Street near the Red Deer Public Library.
2016 financial report shows spending control but a reduction in revenues
Work on the outdoor tennis courts in Rotary Recreation Park will begin on Tuesday, April 18.
A survey about The City’s water, wastewater, waste and environmental sustainability programs is being conducted by the Environmental Services department.
Red Deerians are invited to join The City at the Budget 2018 Open House, an event where residents can provide input to City Council and City administration on how they would prioritize their tax dollars.
Recruitment is underway for a Citizen Engagement Group that will play an important role in shaping the future of environmental sustainability in Red Deer.
The Water Park at the G.H. Dawe Community Centre will be closed starting next Tuesday, April 18 until Sunday, May 7 for annual maintenance.
The City of Red Deer is pleased to announce that Servus Credit Union is the name sponsor for the new Downtown Arena, with the facility’s name now the Servus Arena.
The City’s Environmental Initiatives team is ready to help residents save water and earn money with the annual Rain Barrel Rebate Program.
Despite strong residential building, overall building permit values were lower last month compared to March 2016.
The annual street sweeping program will start Sunday to clean up sand and other debris from city roads.
Come chat with us this Saturday, April 8, at Let’s Talk 2017. The City is hosting the annual event at Parkland Mall from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sections of the following trails are closed due to ice build-up and flooding:
With recent warmer temperatures, The City is reminding all residents that ice conditions at community ponds, creeks, and river can be very hazardous and citizens should exercise extreme caution.
Residents are encouraged to participate in Green Deer 2017, an annual city cleanup that starts on Monday, April 3 and runs until Sunday, June 4.
The City of Red Deer is seeking artists to create a large scale public art mural or low relief sculpture for an exterior wall on each of our city’s two newest fire stations.