Meet Me at the Park returns to Red Deer today with the first stop in Bower at 85 Boyce Street. Free, drop-in activities for all ages will be offered from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Monday to Friday.
July 2022 News Archive
The City is pressing pause on the Highway 11A/Northland Drive project, originally scheduled to begin this year, due to increasing construction and material supply costs.
City council accepted and ratified a new collective agreement with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 254, the union represents 45 inside and outside workers in the Electric Light and Power department.
A site criteria evaluation matrix will help guide the site selection process for the future shelter in Red Deer after being approved by City Council today.
Motorists are advised of an upcoming traffic disruption as crews perform storm and sewer inspections 49 Street between 49 and 51 Avenue.
Pop-up spray parks are gearing up again in Red Deer, set to visit eight neighbourhoods across the city this summer.
Starting Friday, July 8, micro-surfacing work will begin on Taylor Drive, 55 Street, Ross Street and Spruce Drive.
The current Rogers outage is affecting some cellular customers and wireless services across parts of Canada. This outage impacts Interac payment options at all City facilities today, Friday, July 8, 2022.
The City is welcoming members of the media, public, and City staff back in person for City Council and Council Committee meetings.
The City is asking residents to watch for signs of cracking or moving ground after three landslides were reported in Red Deer earlier this week.
Building permit values decreased in June, with 74 approved permits valued at $10.9 million, compared with 166 permits issued in June 2021 worth $27 million.
The Westerner Days Fair & Exposition parade will take place in downtown Red Deer on Wednesday, July 20 resulting in multiple road closures and traffic detours, along with transit disruptions.
Red Deer drivers are advised of an upcoming traffic disruption on south bound 30 Avenue from Avery Street to 22 Street on Tuesday, July 19 as crews mill the pavement surface in preparation for paving.
At today’s regular City Council meeting, the Downtown Activation Playbook was received by Council as a community planning tool.
An update to Council on the process that will lead to Council making a decision on a shelter site was presented for information to Council today.