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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
A power outage scheduled for Thursday, October 10 will affect some residents and businesses in the downtown core.
Residents in Mountview should be aware of a sanitary sewer maintenance project that will shut down a section of Springbett Drive this weekend.
Building permit values dropped in all four categories in September, despite an increase in total number of permits issued.
Red Deerians looking for a healthy alternative for Halloween giveaways can distribute Boo Booklet tickets to trick-or-treaters.
On October 8 and 9, the right lane of Ross (50) Street will close from 49 Avenue to Gaetz (50) Avenue (westbound).
Planning for one of Red Deer’s most treasured annual events, Red Deer Lights the Night is well underway and volunteers are needed to help ensure its success.
Focusing on economic development by taking intentional steps to be a catalyst in the downtown and reducing red tape is the focus of an economic leader report shared with City Council at today’s meeting.
Today, Red Deer City Council gave direction to freeze salaries for Mayor and Council. Salaries will remain at the current rates for 2019.
Red Deer’s new entrance sign was recognized by the Sign Association of Canada and Sign Media Canada, winning Best Freestanding Sign and Best in Show at the 2019 BOCSIes – the Best of Canada’s Sign Industry awards.
Booking applications are now being accepted for groups that want to reserve Red Deer’s recreation, pool and community spaces for spring, summer and fall 2020.
Drivers may experience traffic delays this week in northwest Red Deer, as one of the roads linking the Queens Business Park with the Burnt Lake Industrial Park is closed for maintenance.
The Environmental Services Department will be conducting an emergency training exercise in the Pines neighbourhood on Monday, September 30 between 10:00 a.m. and noon.
A power outage scheduled for Tuesday, October 1 and will affect some residents in West Park Estates.
Red Deer emphasizes the need for needle clean-up and provincial drug strategy during 2019 AUMA Conference
The need for a provincial drug strategy and new approach to clean-up and disposal of needles were priority issues brought forward or advocated on by The City of Red Deer at the 2019 Alberta Urban Municipalities (AUMA) Conference, hosted in Edmonton this we
Red Deerians are invited to meet the goats and chat with City staff about weed control and the management of ecologically sensitive areas in parks and green spaces within the city.
Interested applicants only have one week left to apply for positions on local boards, committees and commissions.