Red Deer and District Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) is hosting an information session on new funding opportunities available for community groups in the Red Deer region.
December 2015 News Archive
The Recreation Centre will be closed Monday, December 7 to Sunday, December 27 for annual maintenance.
Residents are invited to an information session to learn more about the new community centre being built in north Red Deer.
You can recycle more than ever after The City announced today that all numbered plastics are now acceptable in the recycling program.
With a focus on balancing vision and economic reality, the recommended 2016 operating budget considers the need for a strong, healthy community while using resources effectively and responsibly all while watching the bottom line.
More than 500 toys were collected in lieu of payment for parking tickets as part of The City’s annual Toys for Tickets program.
Residents will be able to lace up their skates and visit an outdoor rink in Red Deer this weekend.
The new transit fare system that uses prepaid, reloadable cards has arrived in Red Deer.
Recent snowfall has created some great conditions and trails are now open for cross country skiers in Red Deer.
Residents who normally have garbage and recycling picked up on Fridays will have to wait a few extra days when the holiday waste collection schedule takes effect on December 25.
The outdoor ice rink at Bower Ponds is open as of Friday, December 18.
Red Deer’s number of building permit values in November were about the same as in 2014, but the value was down significantly.
Red Deerians can take a look at our city’s environmental progress with the release of the Environmental Master Plan Report to the Community 2014.
Approximately 110 residents will be without water for an undetermined amount of time due to a water leak on 60 Street, just off Taylor Drive.
The water has been turned back on for residents affected by a water leak on 60 Street, just off Taylor Drive.