Red Deer Transit hours of operation will be reduced for the upcoming holiday weekend.
April 2020 News Archive
As noted previously, following direction from Alberta Health Services, all public events organized by The City or hosted at City facilities scheduled to take place prior to June 30 have been cancelled or postponed.
A modified Community Garden Plot Program will run in Red Deer this year after further consultation with Alberta Health Services and an in depth review of program options.
Speeding and excessive speeding is occurring throughout the city and enforcement measures are taking place to respond to the issue.
Red Deer Emergency Services (RDES) reminds local businesses to ensure emergency exits remain clear as many have adjusted their entries and exits with COVID-19 protocols.
With temperatures rising and a change in season approaching, residents may be thinking about some of their favourite warm-weather amenities and activities. The City wishes to confirm which local events and amenities are suspended through June 30, 2020.
All property owners in Red Deer have until September 30 to pay their taxes after City Council approved an extended deadline today.
Street sweeping will begin today, with crews cleaning sand and debris from arterials across the city.
As of last night, portion of 43 Street between 48 Avenue and 49 Avenue has been closed due to localized flooding from Piper Creek spring runoff.
The City of Red Deer declared a renewed a State of Local Emergency at 5:25 p.m. Monday, April 20, in response to COVID-19.
Red Deerians can now sign-up for text and email updates about The City’s municipal response to COVID-19 through Notify Red Deer.
Approximately 150 City of Red Deer employees were issued temporary work interruption notices today as part of The City’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Red Deer Transit users who normally require the use of hydraulic loading ramps can book their essential trips on accessible shuttle buses, beginning Friday, May 1.
There is high traffic at the Waste Management Facility as spring clean-up is underway for many residents.