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April 2019 News Archive
Building permits slowed down in March dropping from an estimated $13 million in March 2018 to $4 million last month
Xplore Sport Day, Red Deer’s annual celebration of sport, is happening Sunday, May 26, 2019 and The City of Red Deer is seeking applications from local sport groups interested in participating.
With only a few days left in the 2018/2019 ice season the Kinex arena has been closed due to mechanical issues.
Four sections of Red Deer’s riverfront trails have reopened after flooding caused them to close nearly a week ago.
On Friday night, The City of Red Deer hosted its annual Employee Recognition Awards Banquet.
The water park at the G.H. Dawe Community Centre will close Tuesday, April 23 until Friday, May 10 for annual maintenance.
A water leak on Ross (50) Street at 46 Avenue has caused lane closures of the two left (south) lanes. The lanes will remain closed until the necessary repairs are complete.
Red Deer City Council gave first reading to the 2019 Property Tax Bylaw at today’s Council meeting.
City Council accepted a mediator’s recommended terms of settlement and ratified a new two-year collective agreement with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), Local 254, at its April 15, 2019 meeting...
Starting May 5, 2019 Red Deer Transit will reduce bus service from every half hour to every hour on Sundays and holidays.
Last night, Alberta elected a new government. Mayor Tara Veer and Red Deer City Council extend their congratulations to MLA for Red Deer-North Adriana LaGrange and MLA for Red Deer-South Jason Stephan, as well as Premier-Designate Jason Kenney.
Red Deer Emergency Services is responding to a commercial fire on Golden West Avenue south of 67 Street.
Due to a commercial fire on Golden West Avenue, there is heavy smoke in parts of our city.
Red Deer Emergency Services remains on scene of a commercial fire on Golden West Avenue south of 67 Street.
This evening, members of Red Deer Emergency Services will visit some homes in Oriole Park.
Save water and money with the Rain Barrel Rebate Program. The City of Red Deer is offering residents a rebate of up to $50 with the purchase of a rain barrel of their choice.
Yesterday at approximately 11:45 a.m., Red Deer RCMP provided assistance to Red Deer Emergency Services and City of Red Deer bylaw inspectors at 4614 Ross Street.
Red Deer Emergency Services was recognized for their fourth accreditation at a ceremony in Washington, DC yesterday.
Street sweepers will roll into Red Deer’s residential areas tomorrow.
City Council approved Red Deer’s property tax rates for 2019.
Red Deer Emergency Services announced today that they will be partnering with Wounded Warriors Canada to bring new and broader mental health support services to Red Deer’s first responders.