The City of Red Deer is giving out a limited supply of free outdoor multi-use timers in exchange for participants commitment to use the timer for energy conservation
October 2015 News Archive
A roof repair at a business at 5431 43 St led to a fire Thursday evening.
The City’s recreation department is now accepting facility rental applications for the spring summer and fall of 2016
The City of Red Deer’s Composting at Home program has been recognized by the Recycling Council of Alberta (RCA) with the 2015 Social Marketing Award.
As residents are cleaning up their yards this fall, they are reminded that what goes on their lawns – or spills off them – will end up in the Red Deer River, untreated.
Starting on Wednesday October 14, 2015 the speed limits on the 67 Street / 30 Avenue bend and on Riverside Drive will change.
As Red Deerians we have a long history of being welcoming and inclusive to everyone who chooses to call this city home.
Residents are reminded to use extreme caution around moose, especially this month during the fall rut (mating season).
What makes you love a neighbourhood? What makes you want to spend time there? What do you want to see and do in Riverlands?
Kick it to the Curb is back this weekend providing Red Deerians with a chance to find new homes for their unwanted items.
Starting tomorrow, City of Red Deer crews will begin work to remove the Ross Street Patio in preparation for winter.
Tonight, Canada elected a new government.
Are you haunted by the waste you produce?
Many Red Deerians opted to walk, bike and ride free transit to their destination on Tuesday, September 22.
A portion of the Devonian Trail near 32 Street is closed to allow for work on storm water outfalls.
Commercial, industrial and public sector development have continued to drive strong building permit values so far this year.
The Monday, October 26, 2015 City Council meeting will start with an In Camera meeting at 2:30 p.m.
A new diversion item is now being accepted for recycling at Red Deer’s Waste Management Facility – white dimensional lumber.
Emergency Services crews responded to a house fire in the basement of an Oriole Park residence early Sunday morning.
At their regular meeting today, City Council approved changes to the Culture Fee for Service grant program for the 2016 funding year.
Families can tap into a world of knights, squires, lords and ladies at the Medieval Fair on Saturday, October 31 at the Collicutt Centre.
With several projects happening in the area, including the 67 Street/30 Avenue Expansion Project, north east Red Deer saw a lot of construction activity this year
With fall coming to an end, residents are reminded to relocate their holiday trailers and recreation vehicles from their front parking area to an off site parking location or to a properly constructed parking pad at the rear of the property.