Below you will find an alphabetical listing of our City departments and their contact information. Click on the department name to view the information.
View the Organizational Chart for The City of Red Deer.
Communications & Strategic Planning is the voice of the organization, as we keep our community in the loop on City services, programs, facilities, and events.
Our primary responsibility is to plan, build, operate and maintain Red Deer's electric transmission and distribution facilities to reliably deliver power to every customer in The City's service area.
Red Deer Emergency Services provides fire, ambulance and emergency preparedness for the citizens of Red Deer.
Plan for and manage the provision of safe, sustainable and effective transportation, water distribution, wastewater collection and storm drainage systems.
We manage and lead in the areas of water treatment and distribution, collection and treatment of wastewater, collection and disposal of solid waste, collection of storm water runoff, and environmental initiatives.
By providing financial and purchasing services including the development of corporate financial processes, policies and procedures, and the setting of financial management standards, the department seeks to reduce financial risks to The City.
Human Resources is a service department to all other City departments.
We provide information management, systems, and technology solutions to deliver effective and efficient municipal programs and services.
We ensure proper construction of residential and non-residential buildings through permits and building inspections, issue a range of licenses from businesses to dogs, administer parking, and enforce the Land Use and Community Standards Bylaw.
The department of Land & Economic Development is a resource to businesses in Red Deer. Our number one goal is to support business growth.
Legislative Services is the link between City Council, administration and the community.
The Office of City Manager leads the organization in a number of capacities and provides the link between City Council and other levels of government, the community, and administration.
From dirt to dishes, the Planning Department is responsible for providing leadership for developing Red Deer as a safe, vibrant, and attractive community.
We are responsible for roads infrastructure, fleet equipment, building maintenance and materiel management services.
Red Deer RCMP work out of the north and south detachments. A number of specialized units focus on traffic, major crimes, domestic violence and fraud, as well as general duty police officers, who are first responders to most incidents.
The Recreation, Parks and Culture department provides a wide variety of programs and facilities that maintain and enhance the quality of life for city residents and surrounding communities.
With pride and integrity we deliver quality revenue and assessment services for the sustainability of our community.
The Social Planning department has four major responsibilities: support strong organizations, build community, social research, and connect government, private sector, and non-governmental organizations.
How to use Red Deer transit, what you can bring on board and service hours.
News & Notices
February 23, 2017
Red Deer’s 2016 crime statistics, coupled with an update on the 2016-2017 Annual Policing Plan (APP), show a slight decrease in persons crimes, while property crimes continue to drive the overall increase in Criminal Code offenses...
February 21, 2017
There is only one week left to nominate someone for a Mayor’s Recognition Award, which celebrates outstanding contributions to our community.
February 21, 2017
At this evening’s regular Council Meeting, Council passed Third Reading of changes to the Utility Bylaw that will see rate changes effective March 1, 2017.