After an active summer season, The City of Red Deer aquatic amenities will return to fall operating hours following the September long weekend. The Recreation Centre Outdoor Pool closes for the season at 5 p.m. Monday, September 4.
The City of Red Deer is pleased to launch Engage Red Deer, an innovative online public participation platform that seeks to redefine how residents interact with their local government and contribute to municipal decision making.
The following items are on Red Deer City Council’s meeting agenda for Tuesday, September 5, 2023.
At today’s regular City Council meeting, Council received the second quarterly report card from City administration highlighting progress towards the Strategic Plan.
City Council received an update on their Annual Policing Plan (APP) and the Q1 crime statistics today.
The following decisions were made at today’s City Council meeting:
Motorists are advised of an upcoming intersection closure at 49 Avenue and 48 Street as crews complete catch basin repairs.
Motorists are advised of upcoming traffic pattern changes at the intersection of 19 Street and 49 Avenue as crews progress with the 19 Street Improvements Project.
Motorists are advised of an upcoming traffic disruption along 19 Street from 30 Avenue to east of Vermont Avenue as crews complete micro-surfacing from 7 a.m. on Sunday, September 10 until 6:00 p.m. on Monday, September 25.
Building permit values decreased in August, with 124 approved permits valued at $23.2 million, compared with 97 permits issued in August 2022 worth $23.4 million.
Motorists are advised of an upcoming traffic disruption along northbound Taylor Drive bridge as crews install hydrocarbon monitoring equipment.
The following items are on Red Deer City Council’s open meeting agenda on Monday, September 18, 2023.
The City is still looking for volunteers to sit on one of several boards, committees, and commissions.
Motorists are advised upcoming traffic disruptions over the weekend and into next week as crews work to complete micro-surfacing on main roads throughout the south end of the city.
HotSpot has launched as Red Deer’s new downtown parking system.
At their regular meeting today, City Council approved the creation of a new municipal incentive grant called the Permanent Supportive Housing Capital Grant Program.
The following decisions were made at today’s City Council meeting
City Council adopted a new Code of Conduct Bylaw at today's Council meeting.
The City of Red Deer, with financial support from the Government of Alberta, is hosting a one-day conference this October to build an understanding of what a Recovery Oriented System of Care is, and what implementation can look like for Red Deer
The Orange Ribbon Campaign returns again this year to engage the community in the Truth and Reconciliation journey.
Motorists are advised of an upcoming traffic disruption on 48 Avenue from 48 Street to 49 Street while crews pour concrete for the new Red Deer Justice Centre building.
Motorists are advised upcoming traffic pattern changes for the 19 Street Improvements Project.
Motorists are advised of upcoming traffic disruptions on Taylor Drive this fall as crews work on culvert rehabilitation between 28 Street and 32 Street.
Motorists are advised of an upcoming traffic disruption on Ross Street and 51 Avenue.
October 1 is recognized as the International Day of Older Persons. In advance of this date we, in partnership with the Seniors Service Providers Interagency, welcome seniors to explore the many recreation, wellness and support services available to them at
Motorists are advised of an upcoming traffic change at the intersection of 42A Avenue and 58 Street between Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School and north of Camille J. Lerouge School, to improve safety for all road and sidewalk users.
The following items are on Red Deer City Council’s meeting agenda for Tuesday, October 3, 2023.
Applications are now being accepted for groups wanting to book Red Deer’s recreation, pools and community spaces for the upcoming spring, summer & fall 2024 season.
No transit service interruptions are expected with The City of Red Deer and Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 569 now moving to voluntary third-party interest arbitration as part of the current collective bargaining process.