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September 2022 News Archive
After an active summer season, The City of Red Deer aquatic amenities will return to fall operating hours following the September long weekend.
Effective immediately, The City of Red Deer has issued a full city-wide fire ban, due to dry conditions and high temperatures.
Motorists are advised of traffic disruptions downtown this weekend for Centrefest Street Performer Festival.
Motorists and pedestrians are advised of traffic disruptions at the intersection of 77 Street and Kentwood Drive due to traffic signal infrastructure installation.
Red Deer residents who purchase and install a smart thermostat or a high efficiency dishwasher can apply for a rebate through a new pilot program launched by The City of Red Deer.
Today, Buckingham Palace announced that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has passed at the age of 96 years old.
The City of Red Deer is pleased to announce Parks and Public Works Manager Greg Sikora as the 2022 recipient of the Bob Stollings Memorial Award.
Motorists and pedestrians are advised of traffic disruptions on the south access ramp into Red Deer from the QE2 as crews set up to complete warranty work on the Red Deer Entrance Sign between Monday, September 12 and Friday, September 30.
During a closed session today, City Council selected a potential site for the future shelter in Red Deer.
Building permit values increased in August, with 97 approved permits valued at $23 million, compared with 78 permits issued in August 2021 worth $4.6 million.
Monday through Saturday evening fixed-route service is returning to Red Deer Transit on Monday, October 3, 2022. Sunday and holiday service hours will not change at this time.
The City of Red Deer’s Orange Ribbon Campaign returns to engage the community in the Truth and Reconciliation journey.
In February 2021, we asked residents for their input to help inform a new bylaw – the Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw.
As we transition to fall, The City of Red Deer is reminding residents to maintain the grass and weeds that may be growing in back lanes behind their property.
Motorists and pedestrians are advised of traffic disruptions in downtown Red Deer over the next week for special events, infrastructure maintenance, and seasonal construction.
Drivers can expect lane closures and flashing traffic signals at 32 Street and Taylor Drive on Sunday, September 25 while crews work to replace traffic light infrastructure.
After a three year pause, we are excited to welcome Seniors, 55+, back to the Collicutt Centre to participate in the Seniors Information Fair on Thursday, September 29.
Once again, non-profit groups are invited to apply for funding through The City of Red Deer’s Community Recreation Enhancement Grant.
Mayor and members of City Council and Provincial Ministers will meet tomorrow in Calgary to discuss the City Council recommended future shelter site for Red Deer.
A free decibel-reading event will be held on September 29, 2022 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. to help motorists identify if their vehicle exceeds the decibel level limits set in the Community Standards Bylaw.
Point in Time (PiT) Homeless Count is scheduled for the evening of Thursday, September 29, in Red Deer.
Red Deer drivers are advised of upcoming road closures on 47 Avenue between 44 Street and 49 Street as crews work to replace manholes in preparation for crown paving at a later date.
Motorists and pedestrians are advised of traffic disruptions at the intersection of 55 Street/David Thompson Highway and Reichley Street as crews work to install new traffic signals in the intersection.
City and Province of Alberta continue discussion about potential site for future shelter in Red Deer
A future shelter site for Red Deer continues to be a priority for the Province of Alberta and City of Red Deer following a meeting between Mayor Johnston, members of City Council and Provincial Ministers in Calgary on Tuesday.