The Recreation Centre is closed to the public this weekend, as the Red Deer Catalina Swim Club hosts their annual “Freeze or Fry” swim meet.
June 2015 News Archive
At 2 a.m., Monday, June 1, Red Deer Emergency Services responded to a commercial building fire at 4040 77 Street.
The boil water advisory for 33 homes in West Park last week has been lifted.
June is Recreation & Parks Month and a time to experience and celebrate some of Red Deer’s most loved spaces and places.
The spring Kick it to the Curb is this week, June 6 and 7.
Back lane grading is underway and residents are asked to remove any personal structures that are encroaching onto City property.
Discovery Canyon opens for the season this Saturday, June 6.
With the return of summer activities downtown parking is limited and drivers are asked to be respectful of residents in the area and to be mindful of where they park.
Landowners, residents and stakeholders are invited to an Open House on June 10 designed to share the draft Major Area Structure Plan (MASP) for the 1,300 hectare area north of Highway 11A annexed by The City in 2009.
The Recreation Centre’s outdoor pool will be closed to the public on Monday, June 8 for maintenance.
Citizens of Red Deer are invited to a surprise announcement being made this week.
The draft Waskasoo Neighbourhood Plan is now available for residents and other stakeholders to review and make comment on at www.reddeer.ca/waskasoo.
Mayor Veer, alongside City Council members, City of Red Deer staff, local dignitaries and citizens of Red Deer announced that Red Deer has reached the milestone population of 100,000.
Temporary road bans throughout The City will be lifted on Friday, June 12.
Commercial construction was up in May over last year by an estimated $2.1 million.
Tomorrow lane closures will begin on a section of 55 Street as year two of the 55 Street Improvement Project gets underway.
A motor vehicle collision this morning at the intersection of 48 Avenue and 47 Street involving a motorist and an Emergency Services vehicle is a reminder to residents about what to do when you hear sirens on city streets.
The annual Mayor’s Garden Party is scheduled for Wednesday, June 24, from 2 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. in City Hall Park.
Forty-one individuals, the Marlins Swim Club, the 2014 LTCHS Symphonic Band, the Aspen Heights MicroSociety and the chair and honorary co-chairs of the 2019 Canada Winter Games Bid Committee were recognized on Thursday at the Mayor’s Recognition Awards.
To commemorate the historic moment of Red Deer hitting the 100,000 mark in population, The City is now looking for its one-hundred thousandth citizen.
Property owners only have one more week to pay their 2015 property taxes, due Tuesday, June 30.
Community meeting about proposed change of access and use of the Lancaster Green Community Activity Centre
The City of Red Deer and the Red Deer Catholic School Board invite residents to a community meeting regarding a proposed change of access and use of the activity centre in Lancaster Green at St. Francis of Assisi Middle School.
Environmental consultants for The City of Red Deer will conduct a dye study of the Water Treatment Plant’s residual discharges into the Red Deer River in July.
Last night there was a significant water leak on one of the water lines at the Bellevue Reservoir adjacent to the Water Treatment Plant.
Tuesday, June 30 is the deadline to pay 2015 City of Red Deer property taxes.
Yesterday’s leak at the Bellevue Reservoir is now repaired, but work continues to repair damage to the pedestrian railway bridge and trail.
Approximately 30 tenants were evacuated from an apartment building at 5518 – 44 Avenue for about an hour early this morning when a fire broke out.
This year’s Green Deer program was a success with registrations up by 42 per cent for the annual city cleanup which happened April 13 to June 14.
Professional and amateur artists are invited to participate in the Sidewalk Chalk Art festival during Alberta Culture Days.
The Conference Board of Canada has released a report today which outlines economic forecasts for seven Canadian cities.
Construction has started this week at Red Deer Public Library, Downtown Branch.
A contractor for The City of Red Deer will begin work today to restore and stabilize the river bank at the River Bend Golf and Recreation Area adjacent to Discovery Canyon.