2020 property tax notices are in the mail and Red Deer property owners can expect to receive their notice within the next few days.
June 2020 News Archive
We strive for Red Deer to be a welcoming community where everyone can enjoy a high quality of life, but unfortunately, we know that racism does exist in our community as it does in so many others.
Due to the ongoing uncertainly regarding COVID-19, and unknown health restrictions that may be in place over the coming months, The City has made the difficult decision to suspend the production and print of the Activity Guide for fall 2020.
Motorists and pedestrians are advised of a multi-day traffic disruption on 32 Street from Taylor Drive to 47 Avenue starting tomorrow.
Following the release of updated provincial guidelines, The City is developing a plan to open sports fields and outdoor amenities for limited organized use.
The City of Red Deer’s State of Local Emergency will lapse on June 14, 2020, after being in place for nearly three months.
Installation of the Ross Street Patio is happening next week and will be in place for the summer season. The patio typically opens May Long Weekend, but experienced delays due to the public health restrictions through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Building permit applications slowed in May, dropping from an estimated $15 million in 2019 to $2.4 million in 2020. However, January-May 2020 has seen an overall increase in permit values compared to the same period last year, rising from $67.8 million to
Red Deer RCMP and Community Peace Officers are reminding drivers to follow the posted speed limit at all times, after a vehicle was recorded travelling more than three times the legal speed limit in a playground zone.
Red Deerians are invited to share their digital records with the Red Deer & District Archives via a new online donation tool, launching in time for International Archives Week, June 8-14, 2020.
In December, landowners, residents, and business owners were asked whether they support a proposed amendment to remove the protection of a roadway for the future extension of Molly Banister Drive.
Following the provincial government’s announcement today, The City of Red Deer is reviewing and analyzing our re-opening plans in alignment with the guidelines outlined in stage 2 of the Alberta Relaunch Strategy.
Our community is facing unprecedented challenges, navigating the perfect storm of a global health crisis and an already unfavourable economic climate. BMO Bank of Montreal, a significant anchor in downtown Red Deer, has announced their intention to close t
Mayor Tara Veer responds to provincial announcement of drug treatment court coming to Red Deer on behalf of Council
Community safety has been identified as the number one priority of our citizens and will continue to be the top priority for City Council and The City of Red Deer.
A portion of the south bank trail from Taylor Drive to CPR Pedestrian Bridge, adjacent to the Water Treatment Plant, will close Monday, June 22.
Starting next week, more than 250 recovered bicycles will be up for grabs through an online auction.
Motorists and pedestrians are advised of a multi-day traffic disruption at Gaetz Avenue and 67 Street starting Saturday, June 20.
At their regular meeting this afternoon, Council approved first reading for $10 million through a COVID-19 Response Borrowing Bylaw.
The City of Red Deer has been working hard to plan for the return of modified summer day camps amid the on-going COVID-19 pandemic.
Earlier today, The City of Red Deer announced that modified summer day camps will be held in July and August.
Parking fees will be reinstated in a phased manner starting June 22 after The City made modifications to parking operations during the initial stages of its municipal response to COVID-19.
A phased and gradual reopening of indoor and outdoor recreation amenities will begin next week and continue throughout the summer.
Motorists and pedestrians are advised of a two week traffic disruption at the intersection of Gaetz Avenue and 32 Street starting Tuesday, June 30.
Following 101 consecutive days of Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) activation, The City of Red Deer deactivated its EOC as its municipal relaunch strategy continues.
Seven public washrooms located in parks across the city will open on Saturday, June 27. These facilities, that normally open in the Spring, have remained closed due to COVID-19 restrictions.
In line with the provincial government’s phase 2 relaunch, Transit will resume front-door boarding and front-of-bus fare collection on Thursday, July 2.
While the outdoor pool and Discovery Canyon will remain closed this season, the reopening of the Blue Grass Sod Farm Central Spray and Play and the Lava Rock at Kin Kanyon is scheduled for July 9, 2020.
Red Deerians are invited to participate in The City’s new outdoor fitness classes, starting July 7 at Setters Place at Great Chief Park.