There are staffing reductions in some permanent, temporary and casual positions at The City of Red Deer that will take effect during 2017.
February 2017 News Archive
Starting today, school boards, municipalities and non-profits in the Red Deer and District FCSS region can apply for funding for prevention programs.
Both residential and commercial sector permits were higher in number and estimated value in January 2017 compared to the previous year, but an absence of industrial and public construction resulted in a decrease in overall permit values.
With the recent fluctuations in temperature, trails are icy in parks and across the city.
Booking applications are now being accepted for groups wanting to book Red Deer’s recreation and community spaces for the upcoming Fall & Winter 2017/2018 season.
The full report on the 2016 Red Deer Point in Time (PIT) Homeless Count is complete and now available at www.reddeer.ca/pitcount.
Statistics Canada has released the 2016 census data, which reports 100,418 people living in Red Deer as of May 10, 2016.
Property owners are reminded to review their 2017 Property Assessment Notices carefully to ensure the information is accurate.
The regularly scheduled City Council meeting for Tuesday, February 21, 2017 will begin at 3 p.m.
Crews are cleaning up storm drains across the city, responding to problem areas and working to prevent water from pooling as the snow continues to melt in Red Deer.
The recent warm weather has softened the ice at City outdoor skating rinks, making them difficult to maintain and causing many to become unusable.
At this evening’s regular Council Meeting, Council passed Third Reading of changes to the Utility Bylaw that will see rate changes effective March 1, 2017.
There is only one week left to nominate someone for a Mayor’s Recognition Award, which celebrates outstanding contributions to our community.
Red Deer’s 2016 crime statistics, coupled with an update on the 2016-2017 Annual Policing Plan (APP), show a slight decrease in persons crimes, while property crimes continue to drive the overall increase in Criminal Code offenses...
Red Deerians can look forward to picking out their favourite spring and summer activities and programs with the release of the Activity Guide next week.