Due to the installation of a new water main scheduled to start this week near Spruce Drive and 32 Street, nearby park trails and the Kin Canyon parking lot will be temporarily closed.
March 2014 News Archive
Northeast Red Deer continues to grow, following a sold-out lot draw today for the latest phase of the Timberlands neighbourhood.
The Technical Review Committee (TRC) visited The City of Red Deer to conduct a technical review site visit from Friday, February 7 to Saturday, February 8.
Property owners must submit their property assessment appeal on or before March 18, 2014.
Building permit values are holding strong so far this year at $24.5 million compared to $20.3 million in 2013 at this time.
Water will be shut off at Heritage Ranch Tuesday, March 11, 2014 throughout the day.
With the recent warm weather, all outdoor ice surfaces are closed effective immediately for the season.
Crews will work to remove trees along 30 Avenue today in preparation for road improvement work that will start this summer near the intersection of 30 Avenue and 67 Street.
The City of Red Deer flew flags at half-mast today to commemorate the end of the Afghanistan mission and successful return of our last Canadian troops.
The City of Red Deer, Red Deer College, and the Red Deer River Watershed Alliance present, with participation from Red Deer County and the Council of Canadians, the award-winning documentary Watermark to celebrate World Water Day March 22, 2014.
Crews are cleaning up storm drains across the city, responding to problem areas and working to prevent water from pooling as the snow continues to melt in Red Deer.
On Monday, City Council will consider a proposed plan that focuses on community consultation to guide prioritization of public requests for community amenities.
City Council approved a 2 per cent salary increase for management and exempt staff at tonight’s City Council meeting.
Those wanting to attend the 2014 Red Deer Community Sport Awards Showcase are asked to purchase their tickets soon as they’re going fast.
Red Deerians might notice something missing as they cruise down Alexander Way. Gallery Concept, the iconic mural on the north wall of the Country Club facility (4710 Gaetz Avenue) is being dismantled and removed from the wall for repairs.
With spring well on its way, temporary road bans throughout The City will officially be in effect tomorrow morning.
Crews are working quickly to restore power after four pole fires, one near 43 Street and Taylor Drive and three near Jewell Street and Taylor Drive.
Crews have restored power after four pole fires, one near 43 Street and Taylor Drive and three near Jewell Street and Taylor Drive, knocked out power to approximately 3,000 customers.
Residents are invited to make a splash with global impact by turning off the power for Earth Hour Saturday, March 29 and taking part in The City’s first Dim Swim.
Tickets for the 2014 Red Deer Community Sport Awards Showcase are available for purchase until Monday, March 24.
Pothole filling is well underway throughout Red Deer with nearly 10 per cent of the annual average being filled in just two weeks.
Traffic on 30 Avenue and 67 Street will see delays over the next couple of days while crews install a new fibre optic line.
Weather conditions have postponed the installation of new fibre optic lines, originally scheduled today and tomorrow.
Some Red Deer residents were without water for approximately 20 to 30 minutes this afternoon.
Red Deer Emergency Services responded to a structure fire at a residence in Riverside Meadows on 59 Street and 52 Avenue just after 7 p.m. last night.
Red Deerians made a splash with global impact on Saturday night, with approximately 350 people in total turning out for Dim Swims at the G.H. Dawe Centre and Collicutt Centre for Earth Hour.