Up to $10,000 in rental subsidy is available for entrepreneurs looking to set up shop in Downtown Red Deer, thanks to The City of Red Deer’s new Vacant Spaces Grant program.
Building permit values decreased in July, with 92 approved permits valued at $6 million, compared with 85 permits issued in July 2022 worth $16 million.
Red Deerians are encouraged to mark their calendars for fall program registration, happening soon.
The Intelli system, which is used for all arts and recreation program registration, scheduling, point of sale and memberships at The City of Red Deer, will conduct system maintenance on Wednesday resulting in a brief service interruption.
The Collicutt Centre fitness area will close Monday, August 14, through Friday, August 18, for annual maintenance.
Motorists are advised of intermittent road closures on 48 Avenue between 49 Street and 48 Street this week as concrete work is completed.
Not-for-profit organizations that deliver arts, culture and heritage initiatives in Red Deer are invited to apply for funding through The City of Red Deer’s Community Culture Development Fund – Culture Development category.
Motorists are advised of an upcoming lane closure on northbound Taylor Drive Bridge while water quality monitoring equipment is installed.
Starting September 1, 2023, there will be an adjustment to fares and fees for Transit, Recreation and Cemetery Services.
The City of Red Deer is welcoming up to 1000 evacuees from the Northwest Territories, including The City of Yellowknife.
The following items are on Red Deer City Council’s open meeting agenda on Monday, August 21, 2023.
Since August 17, The City of Red Deer’s Dawe reception centre has welcomed more than 300 evacuees from the Northwest Territories, providing assistance with lodging, meals, medical and pet care support.
Operating hours for the Dawe Reception Centre are changing from 24 hours effective tonight, August 20, 2023.
Red Deer continues to welcome evacuees from the Northwest Territories at the GH Dawe Community Centre (6175 67 Street).
A new Code of Conduct Bylaw was presented to City Council today after the item was introduced in a closed meeting and then moved into an open meeting for discussion and first reading.
The following decisions were made at today’s City Council meeting:
Red Deer’s Reception Centre is at capacity after registering 1,000 evacuees, and is no longer registering new evacuees.
The City is looking for volunteers who are open-minded, fair and willing to contribute their time and their knowledge, to sit on one of several boards, committees, and commissions.
Motorists are advised of an upcoming road closure on 47 Avenue as crews make concrete repairs.
Over the coming weeks, Red Deerians will notice the removal of parking meters and installation of new signs in preparation for the launch of HotSpot, The City’s new downtown parking system.