The City of Red Deer is honouring seniors in our community by offering free admission and discounted monthly passes to City recreation facilities.
June 2017 News Archive
Help clean up the shores along the Red Deer River on Sunday, June 4, as part of the Red Deer River Cleanup.
The City of Red Deer, along with other workplaces in Red Deer, will be joining Canadians next week in the Commuter Challenge and leaving their vehicles at home in an effort to make our air cleaner.
An Edmonton-based, door-to-door sales company must pay $15,000 for three tickets it received from The City of Red Deer for operating without a business license.
On Sunday, Councillor Lawrence Lee was elected to the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) board, which develops policy and advocates in the interests of municipalities to the federal government.
Red Deer school and playground zones will follow new times starting August 1, 2017.
Imagine if every Canadian did three things for their neighbourhood, their nation, and their world this year.
Ross Street Patio Parties are back and Red Deerians are invited to celebrate at the official kick-off event at 5 p.m. Friday, June 9, featuring St. James Gate.
The spring Kick it to the Curb is this weekend, June 10 and 11.
The Recreation Centre will close to the public this weekend, as the Red Deer Catalina Swim Club hosts their annual “Freeze or Fry” swim meet.
Motorists can expect delays as construction on 32 Street starts on Monday, June 12.
Red Deer is home to some extraordinary people, some of whom were called up on stage tonight at the Mayor’s Recognition Awards, to stand in the spotlight and be thanked for all the great work they do in our community.
Residential building picked up in Red Deer last month, as residential permits were valued at $5.8 million in May, surpassing permit values of $3 million in May 2016.
At tonight’s regular City Council meeting, Council formally adopted the High Intensity Residential Fires (HIRF) response time guidelines for Red Deer Emergency Services.
A new financial framework that will help guide The City in making decisions about its finances was approved by City Council on June 12.
There will be a special Red Deer City Council meeting on Wednesday, June 21 in Council Chambers.
Discovery Canyon will re-open this Saturday (June 17) after upgrades and enhancements closed the site for the 2016 season.
The annual Mayor’s Garden Party is scheduled for Wednesday, June 28 from 2 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. in City Hall Park.
Following a tremendous windstorm last night, The City of Red Deer declared a local state of emergency in response to numerous power outages and fallen debris across Red Deer.
Widespread power outages continue in Red Deer, with the local state of emergency still in effect.
Power outages continue to affect 400 properties in Red Deer and a state of local emergency is still in effect.
One per cent of properties without power in Red Deer and a state of local emergency is still in effect.
Power is back on in Vanier Woods, Glendale and Normandeau with crews working through the night in these three major areas. Approximately half of Riverside Light Industrial was also restored.
With the 2019 Canada Winter Games less than two years away, The City of Red Deer provided an update on the capital projects that are underway as we prepare to host the Games.
Power restoration continued today, with many smaller areas being brought back, leaving approximately 50 residents and businesses without power through the evening. Crews will focus on these remaining areas, and also on making sure all power sources...
The state of local emergency has been lifted in Red Deer as power has been restored to nearly all residents, returning Electric Light & Power to regular operations. Parks crews will continue restoration of City parks and trails for in the coming weeks...
The City of Red Deer is offering youth unlimited rides on Red Deer Transit and unlimited access to all City recreation facilities all summer long with the Rip ‘N Rec Summer Pass.
Red Deer residents are reminded that property tax bills for 2017 are due on Friday, June 30.
A walking trail in the Michael O’Brien Wetland near 55 Street will close this week for Electric Light & Power to prepare for power line work in the area.
The Mayor’s Garden Party has been relocated to the Collicutt Centre (3031 30 Ave) as a result of inclement weather conditions.
The outdoor tennis courts in Rotary Recreation Park are expected to re-open Saturday, July 1 after resurfacing work this spring.
The community is encouraged to take part in Canada Day celebrations being held at Bower Ponds on July 1 to mark Canada Day and Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation.
With the long weekend coming up, residents are reminded to stay safe when enjoying the Red Deer River.