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September 2020 News Archive
Building permit applications increased in August, though the total value is lower than in August 2019.
Today marks progress on Red Deer’s new Justice Centre with the Provincial Government formally announcing the project is proceeding on schedule, as planned.
A report regarding the future of Molly Banister Drive extension returns to Council on Monday for first reading.
Red Deer’s utility customers will see a shift toward more consistent billing as utility bill schedules move to fixed monthly schedules.
Non-profit groups are invited to apply for funding through The City of Red Deer’s Community Recreation Enhancement Grant.
Red Deer property owners have two weeks left to pay their property taxes before the extended 2020 deadline of September 30.
October 4 is the day: the new transit system will shift to full service capacity. On August 23, Red Deer Transit launched its new routes and schedules at a reduced level of service in response to COVID-19.
Red Deer drivers can expect traffic disruptions downtown on Ross Street and 48 Avenue between September 21 and 25 due to construction in the area.
Today, the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) and Hockey Canada announced the status of the 2020/2021 World Junior Hockey Championship, which was scheduled to take place in Red Deer and Edmonton this year.
Mayor Veer and Red Deer City Council call on the Minister of Health to keep emergency ambulance dispatch local
The City of Red Deer was notified on August 4, 2020 that Alberta Health Services intends to remove integrated municipal ambulance dispatch service in Red Deer, Lethbridge, Calgary and the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo and consolidate down to three
The City of Red Deer is aware of and shares the public’s strong concerns regarding the escalated protests that occurred in our city this past weekend.
A portion of the south bank trail from Taylor Drive to CPR Pedestrian Bridge, adjacent to the Water Treatment Plant, will remain closed until November 1, 2020 to allow for completion of in-river work.
The Red Deer & District Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) Board is now accepting funding applications to build capacity for community resource navigation.
Since the announcement from Alberta Health Services regarding plans to consolidate EMS Dispatch Services, the Mayors of municipalities affected have been working together to stop these changes.
Seniors, 65 years and older are invited to reserve free activities at the Collicutt Centre, G.H. Dawe Community Centre or Recreation Centre on Thursday, October 1.
Red Deer property owners are reminded to get their tax payments in before the September 30 deadline on Wednesday.
Effective October 1, 2020, The City of Red Deer will reduce the number of divisions reporting to the Office of the City Manager from five to three as part of current structural changes taking place within the organization.
At a Special Council meeting on September 29, City Council will receive and review a report outlining the results of a forensic audit of Westerner Park.
The City of Red Deer supported The City of Edmonton in its resolution for a new financial framework that would better serve municipalities, which was presented at the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) Annual (Virtual) Conference yesterday.
Construction will see road closures on 49 Street and 48 Street over the coming weeks as water, wastewater and storm services are replaced in preparation for the new Red Deer Justice Centre.
Red Deer residents can hold their roll on green carts soon as Council approved a change to move green cart collection to every other week during winter months.
The City’s recreation centres are ready and waiting to welcome citizens back to recreation and culture programs and activities this fall.