I want to talk about shelter.
Red Deer City Council will continue to explore site options with the intention to provide a new site recommendation to the Province of Alberta.
Mayor Johnston responds to Provincial announcement about transition of OPS operations to AHS run mobile site
The Provincial Government has announced its intention to transition the current Overdose Prevention Site (OPS) in Red Deer from a privately run facility to an Alberta Health Services operated mobile site.
Motorists are advised of a road closure on west bound 43 Street, west of Taylor Drive.
Building permit values decreased in January, with 61 approved permits valued at $4.8 million, compared with 55 permits issued in January 2021 worth $5.6 million.
City Council approves Housing Asset Development interim recommendations, demonstrating commitment to affordable and supportive housing options
City Council unanimously approved a recommendation for Administration to prioritize zoning and permitting processes for affordable housing and permanent supportive housing options at their regular meeting today, aiming to assist applicants seeking...
Booking applications are now being accepted for groups wanting to book Red Deer’s recreation, pools and community spaces for the upcoming fall and winter 2023/2024 season.
With the Province’s decision to transition local overdose prevention services (OPS) from locally run services to an AHS-run mobile site, there have been many conversations occurring in our community and with local media. As such, I want to clarify some...
Motorists are advised of an upcoming traffic disruption on Gaetz Avenue southbound at Bennett Street as crews complete utility work in the right turning lane.
Motorists are advised of a road closure at the intersection of Ross Street and 47 Avenue as crews work to repair sanitary mains in that area.
Red Deerians are invited to partake in a series of community conversations that will inform the future Diversity and Inclusion Plan for the community.
Red Deer not-for-profits can apply for one-time, short-term project funding through The City’s Community Culture Development Fund
Starting February 15, The City of Red Deer will accept applications for the Community Culture Development Fund (CCDF) – Opportunities Category.
The option to lease Servus Arena and Pidherney Centre parking areas for the purpose of hosting a public market is on the agenda for the next City Council meeting set for Tuesday, February 21.
Red Deer Emergency Services are issuing a warning about the potential risks to improperly using, charging and storing lithium-ion batteries.
Registration for spring arts and recreation programs will begin on Tuesday, March 7 at 12:00 noon. New program options are viewable on Look ‘n Book and My Activity Guide, on Thursday, March 2, 2023.
The expansion project at the G.H. Dawe Community Centre is nearing completion and is set to welcome the community to experience the new spaces on March 19.
The Red Deer Public Market will move from the parking lot at the Servus Arena and Pidherney Centre with City Council deciding not to lease these public lands during their regular meeting today.
Motorists are advised of an upcoming traffic disruption on westbound 43 Street west of Taylor Drive as crews complete underground work in the area.