Crews are continuing to plow Green and Grey Routes this week. Plowing on Green Routes is expected to finish tomorrow and plowing on Grey Routes is expected to be completed by the end of the week.
February 2016 News Archive
Red Deerians of all ages are invited to come together to celebrate the importance and legacy of the Red Deer Arena, which is scheduled for demolition and redevelopment in 2016.
Ninety-seven per cent of citizens say Red Deer’s quality of life is good or very good, with 28 per cent saying their quality of life has improved in the past three years, according to the 2015 Citizen Satisfaction Survey.
A minor incident at a local hotel yesterday could have been much worse had it not happened during regular business hours.
The City of Red Deer is holding an open call for musical artists to provide entertainment at the Red Deer Arena Commemorative Celebration on Friday, April 8, 2016.
The City’s recreation department is now accepting booking applications for the fall and winter 2016/2017 seasons.
A walking trail at Three Mile Bend Recreation Area and off leash dog park will be closed this week for Electric Light & Power to perform maintenance work on a power line in the area.
An important reminder to residents to ensure household hazardous waste is disposed of properly after a small explosion at Red Deer’s Waste Management Facility early Saturday morning.
Do you know someone deserving to be recognized by the Mayor for outstanding contributions to our community? Nominate them for a Mayor’s Recognition Award before time runs out.
With patio season approaching, The City is looking for local musicians to take the stage at the Ross Street Patio Parties this summer.
Nine residences on Somerset Close and Springfield Avenue are under boil water advisory until further notice after a water main leak occurred at approximately 11 a.m. this morning.
On Friday and Saturday crews will be removing approximately 20 trees in the 67 Street and Orr Drive/Johnstone Drive area as part of the 67 Street/Johnstone Drive Intersection Improvement Project.
Over the next several weeks, the City of Red Deer will be surveying outdoor rink users about their current use and overall experiences.
Interested residents and other stakeholders are invited to an open house to review plans and provide feedback on the draft Neighbourhood Area Structure Plan (NASP) for NW/SW Section 13, called Benceley.
Property owners who did not receive their 2016 Property Assessment Notice should contact The City of Red Deer.
It’s not too late to nominate an area resident for a Mayor’s Recognition Award, honouring those who help raise the profile of Red Deer and make it a great place to live.
Seventeen homes on 44 Street along with two businesses on Gaetz Avenue are under boil water advisories until further notice following detected water leaks.
Red Deer RCMP continue to exceed the targets set out in the Annual Policing Plan (APP), disrupting criminal organizations, increasing charges against impaired drivers and educating the public about fraud.
Commercial and public building permit values in Red Deer remained strong in January 2016 compared to the same month last year.
Due to the warm weather, many of the outdoor ice skating surfaces will close for the season after this weekend.
This evening more than 100 employees were recognized at the 35th annual City of Red Deer Employee Recognition Awards Banquet.
An online survey about Red Deer’s outdoor ice rinks launches today with The City looking to Red Deerians for information about their use and experience using outdoor rinks in the community.
City Council approved a 1.5 per cent salary increase for Council salaries at tonight’s City Council meeting. This increase is effective July 1, 2016.
City Council approved a 1.5 per cent salary increase, effective July 1, 2016, for exempt staff at tonight’s City Council meeting.