Red Deer drivers are advised of a traffic disruption on Taylor Drive Southbound from Oleander Drive to Taylor Drive Bridge as crews complete roadway improvements.
August 2021 News Archive
The Viewpoint Gallery is accepting exhibition proposals for its upcoming gallery exhibition program.
The City of Red Deer’s Archives is now open to the public for in-person reference service.
Red Deer drivers are advised of a temporary road closure on 48 Avenue between 48 Street and 47 Street as Electric Light and Power crews complete work on a transformer in the area.
The City of Red Deer is seeking applicants for numerous election officer positions for the municipal and school trustee elections, being held on October 18, 2021.
Registration for The City of Red Deer recreation, arts and culture programming begins Tuesday, August 17 at 12:00 noon.
From August 13 to September 6, the Capstone community in downtown Red Deer will transform into a living gallery featuring an eclectic art installation, entitled OpenStory, which will fuel people’s sense of curiosity by presenting them with a temporary art
Red Deer residents can trade in two old incandescent or compact fluorescent light bulbs for two new LED bulbs starting August 16.
Building permit values continued to rise in July, with 94 approved permits valued at $9.4 million, compared with 99 permits issued in July 2020 worth $5.3 million.
Red Deer drivers are advised of a traffic disruption at the intersection of Kerry Wood Drive and Taylor Drive on Tuesday, August 17 and Wednesday, August 18.
The Michener Aquatic Centre will close for annual maintenance Sunday, August 22 to Monday, September 6, 2021.
The Corridor Community Gallery invites exhibition proposals from individual artists and groups representing diverse artistic practices and experience levels.
The City of Red Deer is offering youth unlimited rides on Red Deer Transit and unlimited access to all City recreation facilities this fall with the Rip ‘N Rec Back To School Pass.
Motorists and pedestrians are advised of upcoming traffic disruptions as crews work to complete roadway improvements along 51 Ave SB from 53 Street to 45 Street.
The City’s work is focusing on preparing for October 1, while also being strategic and collaborating with the community to mitigate immediate risks.
Today, City Council approved sponsorship requests for two national-level events that will be hosted in Red Deer: the 2021 Canadian Finals Rodeo (CFR), and the 2023 Men’s AAA National Championship.
City Council passed first reading on a number of Business Licence Bylaw amendments to address some of Red Deerians’ crime and community safety concerns.
During today’s Council meeting, Councillor Buchanan issued a public apology to Red Deer residents, businesses, staff and Council, fulfilling a key sanction imposed by City Council following a Code of Conduct Bylaw investigation earlier this year.