Plans for an eco-industrial area are in the works, with City Council considering the use of eco-industrial design guidelines to develop a portion of undeveloped land within the West QEII Queens industrial area at the April 28 Council meeting.
April 2014 News Archive
Red Deer Emergency Services responded to a structure fire at a residence in Mustang Acres on 59 Avenue just after 9:30 p.m. last night.
Crews will work to remove a section of trees along Taylor Drive near Ross Street as well as some trees along 53 Avenue, starting tomorrow, Saturday, April 5.
Red Deer Emergency Services is warning residents about fraudsters collecting money on behalf of the “fire department.”
Starting Monday, April 14, crews will switch back to back lane garbage and recycling collection in coordination with the start of yard waste pickup.
Traffic on 30 Avenue will see delays while crews install a new fibre optic line on Thursday, April 10, Friday, April 11, and Monday, April 14.
Come talk with us this Saturday, April 12, when The City hosts Let’s Talk 2014 at Parkland Mall.
Residents are encouraged to participate in Green Deer 2014, an annual city cleanup that starts on Monday, April 14 and runs until Sunday, June 15.
There will be several opportunities for residents to tell The City what they think by completing a survey about urban chickens.
The Red Deer 2019 Canada Winter Games Bid committee is working hard to prepare the required materials for Phase II, bringing Red Deer another step closer to becoming the home of the 2019 Canada Winter Games.
Crews are repairing a pipe at the sewage pumping station on the northeast corner of 22 Street and 40 Avenue this week.
So far in 2014, the value of residential building permits increased over the same time last year, even though there were less residential permits issued.
Residents are invited to celebrate Earth Day for Easter at the Kerry Wood Nature Centre on Sunday, April 20, from 1 to 4 p.m.
Today, City Council will continue to implement the themes of the Mobility Playbook by considering options for a balanced solution to movement along 39 Street.
Red Deerians can expect to see cleaner streets with the annual street sweeping program already underway.
Last weekend at Let’s Talk 2014, residents not only had the opportunity to learn about City services, but they also had the chance to voice their vision for the city.
City Council ratified a new two-year collective agreement with the Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 1374 at its Council meeting on April 14, 2014.
The Red Deer 2019 Canada Winter Games Bid committee is working hard to prepare the required materials for Phase II, bringing Red Deer another step closer to becoming the home of the 2019 Canada Winter Games, and they want to share it with Red Deerians.
Crime statistics released today show The City has maintained a decrease in overall crime in the first quarter of 2014, which reflects activity from January 1 to March 31.
Popularity of the centennial book penned by Red Deer’s own Michael Dawe has promoted a third printing of Red Deer: The Memorable City.
Consideration by City Council for the use of eco-industrial design guidelines to develop a portion of undeveloped land in Red Deer’s Queens Industrial Park has been postponed until further notice.
Telus customers in North Red Deer currently are unable to connect to 911 due to a Telus service outage in the area.
Some downtown businesses and residences, between 45 Street and 49 Street, west of 52 Avenue and east of Taylor Drive will experience a scheduled power outage early Sunday morning, April 26.
Permit values at the end of November 2013 total over $227 million for the year so far, exceeding The City’s annual forecast of $220 million by $7 million with December yet to come.
The final touches for Phase 1 and 2 of the Little Gaetz revitalization will start next week with the installation of granite inserts, asphalt repairs, landscaping, pavement markings, and the installation of banners.
Red Deer City Council will give first reading to the Property Tax Rate Bylaw for 2014 at today’s Council meeting, after considering administration’s recommendation.
Red Deerians can hit the streets with their neighbours to explore the walkability, history, and future development of the city as part of Jane’s Walk, set for May 2 to 4.
The City of Red Deer released its 2013 Annual Report today.
Whether it’s by smart phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop, participating in the 2014 municipal census has never been so easy.