Motorists who receive parking tickets between November 1 and December 5 can once again donate a toy in lieu of payment as part of The City’s Toys for Tickets program.
November 2014 News Archive
After five years of helping Red Deerians make the switch to greener Christmas lights, the LED Christmas Light Exchange program is coming to an end.
This week AltaLink will be brushing in the West Park area as well as along the 80L transmission line south of 67 Street which will see trail closures.
A power outage scheduled for Thursday, November 6 will affect some residents in the Woodlea area.
Red Deerians are reminded to check their carbon monoxide detectors – or to buy one – to mark Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week.
Overall permit values increased more than 33 per cent from October of last year.
This afternoon, Red Deer Emergency Services responded to a call at the Waste Water Treatment Plant where two employees required medical assistance and were transported to hospital.
Sanders, snow plow trucks, and graders are out for the first time this season after the first significant snowfall arrived this past weekend.
Applications for the Seasonal Use of Streets Permit, which is required by private contractors to clear windrows for residents this winter, are being accepted by The City.
Red Deer Emergency Services successfully rescued a deer that fell through the ice at Bower Ponds on Tuesday evening.
The last of the free supply of LED Christmas lights have been given away at the Kerry Wood Nature Centre, as part of the last year of the Christmas Light Exchange Program.
Red Deerians can learn how their City is progressing on the community’s environmental goals, with the release of the latest Environmental Master Plan Report to the Community.
With the recent opening of the new Taylor Drive and Ross Street intersection, The City is working on fine tuning the timing of traffic lights along Taylor Drive to optimize vehicle and pedestrian movements.
Email alerts are now available for anyone to subscribe to City news and updates, including Snow Zone alerts.
Following the closure of the Berachah Place and the beginning of the cold winter months, The City of Red Deer is working alongside organizations throughout Red Deer to set up a temporary warming place for the homeless population in the community.
Safe Harbour Society, The City of Red Deer and other organizations have worked together to provide a place for individuals experiencing homelessness to warm up during the cold winter months, following the recent closure of Berachah Place.
Popularity of the centennial book penned by Red Deer’s own Michael Dawe prompted a third printing of Red Deer: The Memorable City earlier this year.
The Red Deer Native Friendship Society (RDNFS) now owns the land earmarked for construction of an Aboriginal cultural centre and housing development, following a transfer of title from The City of Red Deer.
There were 137 people experiencing homelessness in Red Deer, according to a Point in Time (PIT) Homeless Count conducted by The City of Red Deer on October 16, 2014.
On Tuesday, November 25, Red Deer City Council will review The City’s 2015-2024 capital plan.
A capital budget of $173.356 million was approved today, with City Council considering current and multi-year capital projects.
Red Deer Emergency Services responded to a house fire at 39 Malcolm Crescent at approximately 4:15 a.m. this morning.
Red Deer is celebrating Sports Day in Canada with a free event full of sports activities and displays.