Red Deer’s crime statistics for the third quarter of 2018 continue to show decreases in property crime totals and persons crimes when compared to the same time period in 2017.
November 2018 News Archive
On Sunday, November 11, Red Deer will recognize Remembrance Day with two public services held in the community.
The Central Alberta Regional Assessment Review Board is accepting applications for new members to join the board, which is responsible for issuing decisions on complaints related to property assessments in communities across central Alberta.
A new four-person RCMP unit dedicated to Red Deer’s downtown core started their work today.
Red Deer’s Public Safety Compliance Team (PSCT) conducted safety checks at local restaurants and bars Friday evening.
The Tuesday, November 13, 2018 Regular Council Meeting will begin at 12:30 p.m.
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 17.
Residents are asked to check their medicine cabinets for unused or expired medications and return them to their local pharmacy.
As the Highway 2/Gaetz Interchange project nears completion, drivers may experience traffic delays at 19 Street and Taylor Drive, particularly along 19 Street west of Taylor Drive.
City Council ratified a new three-year collective agreement with the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Local 417, at its November 13, 2018 meeting.
City Council hears from public on amendments related to proposed site for supervised consumption services
City Council heard from approximately 29 citizens at a public hearing about a land use bylaw amendment for a proposed future supervised consumption services site at 5233 54 Avenue, near the existing Safe Harbour site.
Open call for musicians, storytellers and performers to participate in the 2019 Canada Winter Games downtown activations
The City of Red Deer is holding an open call for musical acts, performers and storytellers to provide entertainment in City Hall Park and other downtown locations during the 2019 Canada Winter Games, February 15 to March 2, 2019.
Red Deer’s winter celebrations will continue with an outdoor Snow and Ice Celebration on Saturday, December 1 at Red Deer Civic Yards.
City Council approved a $121 million capital budget this evening after two days of deliberation.
The boil water advisory for the West Park and West Lake neighbourhoods was lifted after multiple clear samples and consultation with Alberta Health Services.
The Monday, November 26, 2018 Regular Council Meeting will begin at 1 p.m. It is anticipated that Council will commence deliberations on Land Use Bylaw 3357/RR-2018
Red Deerians can prepare to sign up for winter recreation and culture activities with the release of the Activity Guide next week.
Building permits continued to rise in October, with values more than double those in October 2017.
Turning Point is one step closer to relocating their operations and providing supervised consumption services (SCS) at 5233 54 Avenue, after City Council approved an application to amend the Land Use Bylaw for the proposed location, at today’s City Council
The federal government’s decision to eliminate tax exemptions for all elected officials across Canada takes effect in 2019; therefore, Red Deer City Council approved an adjustment to their gross salaries to preserve current net pay.
The City of Red Deer is getting set to make mobile payments available on a trial basis at some downtown lots.
Public Works is inviting the community to help load a loader with donations of new and gently used, clean winter coats and mittens at the Snow and Ice Celebration on Saturday.
People who got parking tickets between November 1 and 30 can drop off a toy at City Hall instead of paying for the ticket through The City of Red Deer’s Toys for Tickets program.
Skate sharpening services will return to Kinsmen Community Arenas, 5 McIntosh Avenue, in early December, 2018.