Township Road 384 (the extension of 67 Street) will close on July 6, 2015, for the 67 Street/30 Avenue Expansion Project.
July 2015 News Archive
Summer is here and so are the sounds that go along with it.
The Designed to Move campaign led by Nike recently featured The City of Red Deer in a report to city leaders highlighting exemplary active cities.
Residents are reminded that if they experience a power outage or other electrical trouble, to report it to Electric Light & Power at 403-342-8274 during business hours and 403-348-5700 evenings, weekends and holidays.
The Westerner Days Fair & Exposition parade will be winding through downtown on Wednesday, July 15 resulting in multiple road closures and traffic detours.
A recent kitchen fire in Red Deer serves as a reminder to tenants who sublet secondary suites within the dwelling they are occupying to comply with The City’s Land Use Bylaw and the Safety Codes Act to ensure everyone’s safety.
A recent fire in Red Deer with an illegal secondary suite serves as a reminder to property owners to comply with The City of Red Deer Land Use Bylaw and the Safety Codes Act to ensure the safety of tenants.
Parking rates downtown will increase effective Monday, July 13, 2015.
With low rainfall this summer, water conservation needs to be a priority for all Red Deer residents and businesses.
Due to on-going repairs following a water main break, Spruce Drive from 35 Street to 37 Street will remain closed Monday morning.
City Council has given first reading to a Land Use Bylaw amendment that would allow for a temporary warming centre operated by a contracted agency for the next two winters at 4934 – 54 Avenue.
The City of Red Deer is deferring a notice of intent to annex more land from Red Deer County for a two year period.
The City of Red Deer has released its annual Report to the community: Homelessness & affordable housing initiatives 2014 – 2015.
An open house is scheduled for Tuesday, August 4, 2015 related to an application for a Land Use Bylaw amendment for the Red Deer Lodge (4311, 49 Avenue).
For the second year in a row, 98 per cent of citizens say the quality of life in Red Deer is good to very good, according to the 2015 Citizen Satisfaction Survey.
Expansion of the Red Deer Airport is temporarily on hold after The City was informed today that the runway extension and infrastructure upgrades needed at the airport will not be funded through the Small Communities Fund (SCF).