City Government

a photo of City Hall Park in the Summer of 2015.

Mayor and City Council

Contact information and profiles for the Mayor and City Council can be found here as well as information about Council Committees, Council meetings and The City's Strategic Plan.

Office of The City Manager

The Office of the City Manager leads the organization in a number of capacities and provides the link between City Council and other levels of government, the community, and administration.

City Departments

An alphabetical listing of our City departments, their locations, hours of operation and contact information.

Plans and Projects

Learn more about various Plans and Projects that The City is working on.

Bylaws

View a listing of the City of Red Deer's bylaws.

Multi-Year Budget and Plans

Each year The City determines the funds it requires for its operating and capital budget.

Municipal Planning Commission

Information about the Municipal Planning Commission, decisions, updates, meeting minutes and agendas.

Election

Every four years, the citizens of Red Deer have the opportunity to cast their ballot for one Mayor, eight Councillors, seven Red Deer Public School Trustees and seven Red Deer Catholic Regional School Division Trustees. Learn more.

Assessment Review and Appeal Boards

The Regional Review Board manages tax assessment complaints. There are three independent appeal boards: the Red Deer Appeal and Review Board, the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, and the Central Alberta Regional Assessment Review Board.

News & Notices

Kinex Arena to temporarily close

November 23, 2022

The Kinex Arena will close starting Monday, November 28 until Saturday, December 10 due to an unanticipated issue with the ice making equipment.

City seeking public feedback on...

November 22, 2022

Help us serve you better by completing the customer service survey, where we are asking for public feedback on their experiences interacting with us at The City.

Building permit values continue...

November 22, 2022

Building permit values increased October, with 76 approved permits valued at $5.4 million, compared with 73 permits issued in October 2021 worth $4.2 million.