The sale and use of fireworks in Red Deer is now regulated after City Council gave second and third reading to Fireworks Bylaw 3626/2019 at today's Council meeting.
September 2019 News Archive
Exempt staff will see no increase in their salary this year after City Council determined no cost of living adjustment would be made during tonight’s City Council meeting.
The City of Red Deer is preparing to conclude the community engagement phase of the development of the new Community Housing and Homelessness Integrated Plan (CHHIP).
Starting today, citizens can provide feedback on proposed changes to transit services in Red Deer. Red Deerians are invited to view and provide comments on substantial changes being considered for Red Deer Transit’s routes, services and infrastructure via
The downtown core will see an influx in policing after Council reallocated funds at the mid-year budget on Wednesday.
Drivers can expect some traffic disruptions at the intersection of Kerry Wood Drive and Taylor Drive beginning Monday, September 9 to conduct work on intersection improvements and signal upgrades.
An exciting new addition will be arriving at the Collicutt Centre later this month: a new water slide.
On behalf of Red Deer City Council and the City of Red Deer, we are honoured for Red Deer to be selected as an official stop on the 2019/2020 Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour.
Drivers can expect some traffic disruptions on the 49 Avenue at the Red Deer River Bridge starting Wednesday, September 11 as crews complete bridge maintenance.
Non-profit groups are invited to apply for funding through The City of Red Deer’s Community Recreation Enhancement Grant.
48 Avenue between 52 and 53 Street will be closed at noon on Thursday, September 12 for a special event.
Drivers in Highland Green and Riverside Meadows may experience traffic delays on Thursday, September 12 as one of the roads connecting the two neighbourhoods will be closed for construction.
The City of Red Deer, in partnership with Red Deer Public Schools, Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools and École La Prairie, is enforcing vaping at Red Deer high schools.
Motorists heading to and from Edgar Industrial Park in northwest Red Deer can expect some delays this weekend as the CPR Bridge on Edgar Industrial Drive will be closed for asphalt paving from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 14.
The City of Red Deer will be starting construction of an expansion to the Waskasoo Park Trail system along the escarpment of Riverside Meadows/Highland Green. This project has been divided into two phases:
Topics ranging from economic growth, jobs, diversification, public safety and the need for a provincial drug strategy were all on the table at the fall Alberta mid-sized Mayors’ and Chief Administration Officers’ (CAOs’) caucus meeting this week.
Building permit values slowed in August and year-to-date values remain lower than those in the first eight months of 2018.
Portions of trails in Barrett Park between the Kinex Arena parking lot and Springbett Drive will be closed starting Monday, September 23.
Interested applicants only have one week left to apply for positions on local boards, committees and commissions.
Red Deerians are invited to meet the goats and chat with City staff about weed control and the management of ecologically sensitive areas in parks and green spaces within the city.
Red Deer emphasizes the need for needle clean-up and provincial drug strategy during 2019 AUMA Conference
The need for a provincial drug strategy and new approach to clean-up and disposal of needles were priority issues brought forward or advocated on by The City of Red Deer at the 2019 Alberta Urban Municipalities (AUMA) Conference, hosted in Edmonton this we
A power outage scheduled for Tuesday, October 1 and will affect some residents in West Park Estates.
The Environmental Services Department will be conducting an emergency training exercise in the Pines neighbourhood on Monday, September 30 between 10:00 a.m. and noon.
Drivers may experience traffic delays this week in northwest Red Deer, as one of the roads linking the Queens Business Park with the Burnt Lake Industrial Park is closed for maintenance.
Booking applications are now being accepted for groups that want to reserve Red Deer’s recreation, pool and community spaces for spring, summer and fall 2020.
Red Deer’s new entrance sign was recognized by the Sign Association of Canada and Sign Media Canada, winning Best Freestanding Sign and Best in Show at the 2019 BOCSIes – the Best of Canada’s Sign Industry awards.
Today, Red Deer City Council gave direction to freeze salaries for Mayor and Council. Salaries will remain at the current rates for 2019.
Focusing on economic development by taking intentional steps to be a catalyst in the downtown and reducing red tape is the focus of an economic leader report shared with City Council at today’s meeting.