Approximately 200 local emergency services personnel will see a wage increase after a new two and a half year Collective Agreement was ratified by the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local 1190 yesterday.
August 2017 News Archive
Work to improve conditions in the Waskasoo Creek channel between Gaetz Avenue and 48 Avenue adjacent to 43 Street and into Barrett Park will start today.
Red Deerians can sign up for fall activities and programs with the release of the Activity Guide next week.
Red Deer’s 2017 crime statistics halfway through the year show a slight decrease in persons crimes, and a slowing in the growth seen over the past few years regarding property crimes; traffic collisions resulting in injury continue to decrease every year.
Upcoming temporary road and lane closures will impact traffic over the next few weeks due to construction.
If you think you know downtown Red Deer, tell us, or even better, show us!
The Michener Aquatic Centre will be closed for annual maintenance on Sunday August 20, 2017.
The number of permits issued last month exceeds the number in July of last year, but permit values are lagging behind.
Parts of the Gaetz Lakes Sanctuary will be closed over the next week while work is underway to repave certain asphalt trails.
Construction of the roundabout at 67 Street and Johnstone Drive/Orr Drive is nearing completion and road closures on 67 Street will be in place this Saturday as the final paving work is completed.
Road repairs will impact traffic on Gaetz Avenue southbound from 28 Street to 19 Street periodically over the next two weeks.
City Council approved a $5.07 million one-time capital investment in a variety of items including burial of overhead power lines on 48 Avenue and new ambulance replacements as part of today’s 2017 mid-year budget review.
There’s a new top five for languages other than French and English spoken in Red Deer as a wider variety of languages overall were reported in the city, according to the latest federal census information released earlier this month.
Red Deer just got a better seat at the federal table dedicated to battling racism and discrimination.
Following a drop in water pressure this morning, The City has issued precautionary boil water advisory for the neighbourhoods of West Park and West Lake.
Today, after years of meticulous planning, Red Deer’s historic Riverlands District is one step closer to becoming a reality after the Mayor of Red Deer unveiled the District’s new identity: Capstone.
Notify Red Deer, The City’s mass notification system, is being tested on Tuesday, August 29.
The Dr. George Trail in the Gaetz Lakes Sanctuary will be closed to the public on Friday, August 25 and Saturday, August 26 (weather dependent) to accommodate repaving.
With a growing number of options for transportation and vehicles for hire in Red Deer and central Alberta, The City wants citizens to help steer what rules and regulations should be in place when it updates its Taxi Bylaw and Limousine and Sedan Bylaws.
Drivers are reminder there will be road closures throughout the day on 67 Street in the area of the Johnstone Drive/Orr Drive roundabout.
A new pedestrian square was named Canada 150 Square / Place Canada 150 after The City broke ground today at the corner of 45 Street and 47 Street in the neighbourhood of Capstone at Riverlands.
The precautionary Boil Water Advisory issued on Wednesday for West Lake and West Park has been lifted, with the exception of 68 houses on West Park Crescent and Red Deer College.
Have you ever found a needle in Red Deer and not known what to do? There’s now a guide to help people through the experience.
The Michener Aquatic Centre will remain closed next week, and as a result the Recreation Centre Outdoor Pool will remain open to provide continued public access to pools as well as scheduled rentals from community aquatic groups.
The City of Red Deer is issuing a full city-wide fire ban effective immediately in light of dry conditions combined with high daytime temperatures.
A blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) bloom has been identified in a pond at the Three Mile Bend off-leash dog park.
Drivers can expect delays on westbound 67 Street as lanes close for bridge maintenance starting Tuesday, September 5.