Thirty homes in Oriole Park are being asked to boil their water until further notice once water is turned back on.
November 2015 News Archive
Forty residences in Oriole Park are under a boil water advisory until further notice.
Motorists who receive parking tickets between November 2 and December 4 can once again donate a toy in lieu of payment as part of The City’s Toys for Tickets program.
Celebrate the holiday season with the annual lighting spectacular, Red Deer Lights the Night, in downtown Red Deer, November 21.
Red Deer Emergency Services responded to a fire at a townhouse complex on Holmes Street, just after 5:30 a.m. on Wednesday, November 4.
The boil water advisory for 40 residences in Oriole Park is lifted effective immediately.
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 tomorrow, November 10 and Thursday, November 12.
A new exhibit featuring the diverse habitats and ecosystems of Central Alberta will be unveiled at the Kerry Wood Nature Centre this Friday, November 13 at 1 p.m.
A $161 million budget will be considered by Council for 2016 with The City focusing on balancing vision and economic reality
Public sector projects drove growth in the value of building permits in October 2015.
The City of Red Deer’s contractor will begin work next week to trim trees that are encroaching onto City owned power lines.
Approximately 600 homes and multifamily complexes in Clearview Ridge and Garden Heights are asked to boil their water until further notice after an unexpected water disruption at approximately 9:15 a.m. this morning.
The City has established a call centre for residents who may have questions about the boil water advisory issued today for Garden Heights and Clearview Ridge
Protecting heritage buildings and sites in Red Deer will be the focus of a discussion at a Heritage Site Open House on Tuesday, November 17 at Festival Hall.
The boil water advisory for Clearview Ridge and Garden Heights has been lifted, effective immediately.
Red Deer’s identity was revealed today when community partners and leaders came together to see what it really looks like when we answer the question: Who is Red Deer?
Members of Red Deer Emergency Services will go door to door this evening in Highland Green to talk to neighbours following a garage fire that happened on Saturday morning.
On Saturday, November 21, the following road closures and parking restrictions will be in place for Red Deer Lights the Night.
A new intersection at Taylor Drive and Alexander Way will open on November 24, 2015, marking the start of what will become Riverlands’ “main street”.
Three of the four plaques on the base of the clock tower outside the Old Court House on Ross Street have been temporarily removed so that their surfaces can be repaired.
Red Deer Transit is making route and schedule adjustments to Routes 5, 9 and 10 that will be effective Sunday, November 29.
City Council finished day one of the capital budget debate today.
Save water and be rewarded for your efforts by switching out your high flow toilets for a low flow, or dual flush toilet.
City Council approved the $160.6 million capital budget.
The Winter 2016 Community Services Activity and Program Guide will be delivered to homes in Red Deer and surrounding areas on Thursday, December 3 and Friday, December 4.
RCMP is on target with objectives set out earlier this year when it comes to organized crime, crimes against persons, safer youth and safe roads, according to the second quarter Annual Policing Plan (APP) update.