Red Deerians can prepare to sign up for spring and summer recreation and culture activities with the release of the Activity Guide this week
March 2020 News Archive
The City of Red Deer is recruiting for enumerators to carry out the 2020 municipal census.
This Sunday, all outdoor rinks will close for the season due to spring-like temperatures.
Volunteers are wanted to survey persons experiencing homelessness in Red Deer to gather key information as part of the 2020 Point in Time (PIT) Count & Survey.
Drivers should be aware of a traffic disruption Thursday, March 5 on the QE2.
Building permit values were down in February dropping from an estimated $20 million in February 2019 to $4.5 million last month.
The City of Red Deer is helping residents dig in and make compost for their yards and gardens one more time with the Composting at Home program.
Motorists should be aware of a multi-day traffic disruption at the intersection of 50 (Ross) street and 43 avenue.
Motorists should be aware of a traffic disruption at the intersection of 40 avenue and 50 (Ross) street tomorrow, March 10 between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Xplore Sport Day, Red Deer’s annual celebration of sport, is happening Saturday, May 9, 2020 in conjunction with the annual Women’s Fun Run.
The City is still seeking nominations for the Mayor’s Recognition Awards, and has extended the deadline until Monday, March 23 at 9 a.m.
As Red Deerians, I know many of our citizens are increasingly concerned about COVID-19 in our city, and on behalf of City Council and staff, I urge our citizens to follow direction from our Provincial Health Authorities, as is The City of Red Deer in relat
(Red Deer, Alberta) – All City delivered recreation and culture programming at City of Red Deer facilities is temporarily cancelled to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). This is effective immediately.
All City of Red Deer operated recreation and culture facilities will temporarily close to the public to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) effective at closing time of each facility today, Sunday, March 15, 2020.
The City of Red Deer declared a state of local emergency at 9:20 a.m. Monday, March 16, to assist the Province of Alberta’s efforts to combat and respond to the spread of COVID-19.
The City continues to work with the province, community partners and the community in the on-going response to COVID-19 in Red Deer.
Drivers should be aware of a road closure expected to affect traffic flow in Riverside Meadows and on Riverside Drive.
A shift to online and telephone customer service will take place with The City of Red Deer limiting public access to its facilities, such as Civic Yards, City Hall and Red Deer RCMP.
The City of Red Deer is exploring options for revised payments related to utilities.
As part of the ongoing response to COVID-19, The City announced today customers can defer water, sewer and waste utility payments for 90 days with no penalties, if they are struggling to pay their bills.
With spring well on its way, temporary road bans throughout the city will come into effect at 7 a.m. on Monday, March 23, 2020.
As part of the ongoing effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the temporary closure of City of Red Deer recreation and culture facilities, programs and services is extended until June 30, 2020.
As part of the ongoing effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, reduced transit hours and frequency will be implemented on all conventional routes beginning Monday, March 23, 2020.
As part of the ongoing effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, effective tomorrow, all playground in the city of Red Deer, will be closed.
Red Deer City Hall will temporarily close to the public at the end of day today to protect staff and citizens and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Charitable and non-profit organizations throughout the province can now submit applications for provincial Social Services Support Funding for COVID-19 Response.
With warming temperatures, some streets in the city are experiencing water pooling due to blocked catch basins.
Residents are reminded that disposable wipes are not flushable and should be disposed of in Black Carts to avoid costly blockages in the wastewater treatment system.