A new approach to reviewing and adjusting City Council and exempt staff salaries is in place after City Council approved a new and revised a previous policy at today’s meeting.
Below is a list of City of Red Deer news releases. Contact Communications & Strategic Planning during regular business hours (Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) at 403-342-8147 or email@example.com.
Red Deer City Council passed a resolution that will share 50 per cent of the costs associated with road closures in the downtown related to special event permits. This is contingent on approval during the operating budget review in January 2020.
The cause of two power outages in several neighbourboods in northeast Red Deer has been determined.
Applications are now being accepted for new members of the Central Alberta Regional Assessment Review Board (RARB). This board is responsible for issuing decisions on complaints related to property assessments across central Alberta.
As part of the Wildfire Management Program, The City of Red Deer Parks section will be working along the lower trail at Heritage Ranch this fall. Work will begin in the area on Tuesday, November 12, with completion expected around mid-December, 2019.
A fall food drive held during Small Business Week raised $120 and 110 lbs of food for Central Alberta.
An apartment building in Red Deer serves as a reminder to property owners to ensure the safety of tenants by complying with the Fire Code and the Safety Codes Act.
Building permit values were down in October, despite an increase in the total number of permits issued.
Red Deer was recognized as an Alberta parks and recreation leader as local organizations won three separate awards at the annual Alberta Recreation & Parks Association (ARPA) conference last month in Lake Louise.
Red Deerians are invited to come downtown to celebrate the holiday season and see the annual light up of beautiful City Hall Park at Red Deer Lights the Night, Saturday, November 16.
Anyone who receives a City-issued parking ticket between November 1 and 30 can once again pay their ticket with a toy through The City of Red Deer’s annual Toys for Tickets program.
Residents are asked to check their medicine cabinets for unused or expired medications and return them to their local pharmacy.
The Intelli system, which is used for all recreation, parks and culture programming registration, scheduling, point of sale and memberships at The City of Red Deer, will be updated in November.
As part of the on-going Transit Network Improvements Project, City Council approved new service design standards as the planning basis for transit service in Red Deer.
At tonight’s Red Deer City Council meeting, Council voted to receive the new Community Housing & Homelessness Integrated Plan (CHHIP). At the February 4, 2019 City Council meeting, City Council carried a motion for an ad-hoc committee to coordinate ...
Six public meetings on the topic of crime and community safety will take place between November 4 and 15 as The City looks to citizens for their input and ideas on ways we can collectively reduce crime and make Red Deer more safe.
The City of Red Deer’s annual tree trimming program will begin on November 4, 2019. This work includes trimming trees that are encroaching onto City-owned power lines.
Twenty Red Deer Emergency Services (RDES) personnel responded to a fire on 34 Street Close early Sunday morning that caused severe damage to a home in the Mountview neighbourhood.
As was expected with the release of the Provincial Budget yesterday, The City of Red Deer will work to maintain the programs and services citizens expect with reduced Provincial funding.
Drivers and pedestrians should be aware of a construction project that will shut down a section of northbound 49 Avenue as well as the adjacent sidewalk.
Drivers in south Red Deer should be aware of a utility construction project that will shut down a section of 30 Street/47 Avenue.
Administration has handed over a proposed $180 million capital budget and $1.2 billion capital plan for Council consideration.
New pedestrian signals have been installed at the intersection of 54 Street and 49 Avenue.
Ahead of the Provincial budget release next week, The City is preparing to, once again, tighten municipal investment, while working to maintain the programs and services citizens expect.
City Council supports, in principle, the Province of Alberta’s proposed changes to the police funding model, which would require all Alberta municipalities, regardless of size, to begin paying for some front line police services.
Residents in Glendale should be aware of a utility servicing project that will shut down a section of Gunn Street this week.
To help improve accessibility for voters in the upcoming federal election, The City of Red Deer is offering free transit service on election day, Monday, October 21, 2019.