Toys for Tickets is back in 2022 and, for the first time since the pandemic, the program is reverting to its original form - inviting Red Deer parking ticket holders to drop off a toy at City Hall as payment for their ticket.
E-scooters have rolled out of Red Deer, after the second season of a three season pilot project in Red Deer.
Innovative Thinking. Strategic Results. Vibrant Community. These are the vision statements that extend throughout the 2023-2026 Strategic Plan that Council will consider during their regular meeting on Monday.
On Nov. 2, 2022, at approximately 1:30 p.m., Red Deer RCMP were called to a north end motel after employees found suspicious items and an unidentified powder in a room.
Red Deerians will need to dial a new number to reach the police non-emergency phone line as Red Deer RCMP modernizes its existing phone infrastructure.
Today, administration officially handed over the proposed 2023-2024 operating and capital budgets to City Council during open Council.
City crews are removing snow from city streets after nine days of near-constant snowfall. At this time, Purple Routes are completed.
Work in and around the trails at Riverbend Recreation Area is underway with contractors in the area felling and removing trees.
Red Deer Emergency Services has responded to five structure fires since November 4. Due to this recent rise in destructive structure fires, Red Deer Emergency Services is offering important tips to keep yourself and your property safe this winter.
The storm water pond in the Anders neighbourhood, traditionally maintained as an outdoor skating surface, will not open for public use this season.
The City of Red Deer and Downtown Business Association (DBA) have planned four weeks of holiday themed activities downtown and throughout the city.
As part of the Wildfire Management Program, The City of Red Deer’s Parks section will be working in forested areas of the Pines neighbourhood.
A report regarding the extension of Molly Banister Drive across Piper Creek returns to Council on Monday for a third time since 2019 for first reading. In the report, administration is recommending Council remove the road extension and bridge from City pla
A master plan for River Bend Golf and Recreation Area will be in front of Council on Monday, laying out a new 20-year vision for the treasured community amenity.
A new collective agreement with the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 417 was accepted and ratified by Council today. CUPE represents more than 900 City of Red Deer employees in a variety of indoor and outdoor positions.
Building permit values increased October, with 76 approved permits valued at $5.4 million, compared with 73 permits issued in October 2021 worth $4.2 million.
Help us serve you better by completing the customer service survey, where we are asking for public feedback on their experiences interacting with us at The City.
The Kinex Arena will close starting Monday, November 28 until Saturday, December 10 due to an unanticipated issue with the ice making equipment.
Red Deer Lights the Night events between December 1 and 4 are cancelled because of the cold temperatures.