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.
October 2019 News Archive
On October 8 and 9, the right lane of Ross (50) Street will close from 49 Avenue to Gaetz (50) Avenue (westbound).
Red Deerians looking for a healthy alternative for Halloween giveaways can distribute Boo Booklet tickets to trick-or-treaters.
Building permit values dropped in all four categories in September, despite an increase in total number of permits issued.
Residents in Mountview should be aware of a sanitary sewer maintenance project that will shut down a section of Springbett Drive this weekend.
A power outage scheduled for Thursday, October 10 will affect some residents and businesses in the downtown core.
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.
Residents in Glendale should be aware of a utility servicing project that will shut down a section of Gunn Street this week.
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.
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.