Building permit values have increased in December with 58 approved permits valued at $6.5 million, compared with 69 permits issued in December 2020 worth $6.3 million.
Red Deer Emergency Services has been recognized by The International Academies of Emergency Dispatch® (IAEDTM) as an Accredited Center of Excellence (ACE) for emergency fire dispatching.
The City of Red Deer’s illness rates among staff continues to rise in alignment with the rise in cases in our community and province, which may result in further interruptions to services over the coming weeks.
A potential location has been selected for consideration for a future permanent integrated shelter.
Red Deer property owners can expect to receive their 2022 property assessment notices in the mail over the next few days.
Today during their regular meeting, Council approved the change to meeting and public hearing starts times for 2022.
Red Deerians can learn how to become more energy efficient at an upcoming workshop provided by The City of Red Deer.
The temporary shelter is one step closer to being able to continue operating at Cannery Row until February 1, 2024 following a Land Use Bylaw amendment approved by City Council yesterday.
Starting on Monday, January 24, 2022, drivers in north Red Deer will notice some traffic signal additions and modifications along Taylor Drive, 77 Street and Gaetz Avenue
Mayor and Red Deer City Council pleased by the Minister of Health’s announcement for a third-party review of ambulance dispatch
“Today, the Government of Alberta announced tactics to address the many stresses, strains and pressures facing the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) in our province...
To help manage property tax payments, Red Deer property owners are encouraged to register for the Tax Instalment Plan (TIP).
In August 2021, City Council declared 2022 the Year of the Garden in conjunction with the Canadian Garden Council (CGC).
On Saturday and Sunday, January 29 and 30, crews will be clearing snow in Zone D (downtown) overnight.
Mitigation strategies responding to issues being faced in the Railyard neighbourhood will continue until the end of 2023.
An immunization policy that applies to members of City Council and volunteers appointed to Council boards and committees was approved today.