A portion of the south bank trail from Taylor Drive to CPR Pedestrian Bridge, adjacent to the Water Treatment Plant, will close Monday, May 4, 2020 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
May 2020 News Archive
Recent warm temperatures are a sign that construction cones will start to pop up around the city.
While the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, Red Deer City Council is also focused on the continuing financial challenges at Westerner Park, which is now amplified by the growing economic impacts of the pandemic.
A Special Council meeting has been scheduled for Monday, May 4, 2020 at 1:30 p.m.
Red Deer Emergency Services (RDES) are investigating after a fire engulfed multiple homes in the Lancaster neighbourhood late Friday evening.
Due to weather, the trail closure scheduled for today has been re-scheduled to Tuesday, May 5.
It’s been just over seven weeks since we activated our Emergency Operations Centre in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in our community. Much has happened in that time, and I would like to share with you what The City has been doing to protect residents,
Red Deer, Alta. – Red Deer RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance to locate a missing 17-year-old female. Julia Faith Friesen was last seen in Red Deer on April 26, 2020. RCMP wish to confirm her safety and well-being.
Residential street sweeping will begin tomorrow and The City is asking residents to help by moving their cars off the roads before sweepers arrive.
Typically reserved for seniors turning 65 years or older, and couples celebrating an anniversary of 50 years or more, the Office of the Mayor is now also accepting requests for birthday letters for children.
Following the release of the provincial government’s Relaunch Strategy, The City is opening some outdoor recreation amenities.
Following a financial update on the impact of COVID-19, Council amended the 2020 Operating Budget to align with 2019 levels to further reduce the financial impact on property owners.
Building permit values for April are more than double the values from April 2019 despite less permits issued.
As some businesses get ready to open their doors in Red Deer after being closed for several weeks, The City has some tips for water recovery.
The 2020 Tax Rate Bylaw was passed by City Council after budget reductions were passed earlier this week.
Residents in Mountview will notice a water main replacement project happening at the intersection of 43A Avenue and 39 Street next week.
A weekly road closure will be in effect every Saturday, starting May 16 for the Red Deer Public Market.
With the long weekend here, residents are reminded to stay safe. Whether staying home, camping, enjoying the Red Deer River or other outdoor activities, please remember to take the proper precautions for your chosen activities to ensure you and your famili
Red Deerians can hone their green thumb with new Home Grown garden starter kits. The City is making 250 kits available to residents in an effort to encourage gardening at home.
City-owned recreation facilities will remain closed beyond June 30 following the release of Alberta’s Relaunch Strategy, which identifies the reopening of community recreation facilities in Stage 3.
Starting today, playgrounds in Red Deer will begin to reopen with a phased approach between now and May 29, 2020.
The parking lot at G.H. Dawe Community Centre will be re-constructed this summer.
A sanitary main will be replaced at the intersection of 43A Avenue and 39 Street, with work starting next week.
Seasonal patios will be permitted to open in downtown Red Deer with The City launching its seasonal patio program, making it easier for businesses to reopen while adhering to provincial public health orders amid COVID-19.
The 90 day period for deferral of utility payments ends on June 15 with The City reminding customers that starting June 19, a 1.5 per cent penalty will be added to outstanding balances.