This winter, The City of Red Deer is piloting changes to the snow and ice control program that emphasizes restoring mobility sooner and providing safe, accessible and well-maintained transportation infrastructure for all.
Toys for Tickets returns to help support the Red Deer Christmas Bureau’s goal of ensuring all children in our community receive a gift this Christmas.
Building permit values decreased in October, with 72 approved permits valued at $2.8 million, compared with 75 permits issued in October 2022 worth $5.3 million.
Tree risk mitigation work around Red Deer is underway with contractors in the area felling and removing trees. The work is expected to take until February 2024 to complete.
E-scooters have rolled out of Red Deer, following the final season of a three-year pilot program.
Seasonal changes to Green Cart collection will start on November 13 as Green Carts shift to every other week collection.
The following items are on Red Deer City Council’s open meeting agenda on Tuesday, November 14, 2023.
Red Deer Lights the Nights returns as a month-long celebration of the holiday season, starting this Friday, November 17.
Today, Council directed Administration to develop a formal neighbourhood development strategy for the greater downtown and Railyards neighbourhoods, and to make recommendations for Council’s consideration as part of the 2024 and 2025 budgeting process.
The following decisions were made at today’s regular City Council meeting.
"On behalf of City Council and City staff, I would like to extend our heartfelt sympathies to the family and friends of former Alderman Daniel Lawrence on their loss."
Red Deerians can prepare to sign up for winter arts and recreation programs next week. New program options are viewable this Thursday, November 23, on My Activity Guide, and registration will begin on Tuesday, November 28 at 12:00 noon.
The City is looking for volunteers who are open-minded, fair and willing to contribute their time and their knowledge, to sit as an alternate for the Municipal Planning Commission (MPC).
The annual shutdown allows staff an opportunity to conduct a thorough inspection and maintenance on all equipment and technical systems.
Almost 500 individuals are approved for a Transit Fare Assistance Pass in the first month of the pilot program. The pass, available since November 1, reduces the cost of a monthly pass by up to 55 per cent.
The following items are on Red Deer City Council’s open meeting agenda on Monday, December 4, 2023.