A ceremony to celebrate the re-installation of the “Gallery Concept” mural at its new home at the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery will take place next Thursday.
The second residential plow this winter is nearing completion as crews are expected to finish plowing by the end of the week.
City Council ratified a new three-year collective agreement with the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Local 417, today.
The public is invited to attend an open house preview of the new exhibits being developed for the Kerry Wood Nature Centre.
The City of Red Deer is looking for up to three more volunteers to become members of its newest committee, the Community Safety Ad Hoc Committee.
Crews will continue plowing residential streets and industrial areas. Here is the schedule for the weekend and early next week.
Property owners who did not receive their 2015 Property Assessment Notice should contact The City of Red Deer.
Booking applications are now being accepted for groups wanting to book Red Deer’s recreation and community spaces for the upcoming Fall & Winter 2015/2016 season.
This weekend crews plowed industrial areas (Orange Routes), Snow Zone D, and will continue to plow Green and Grey Routes in residential Snow Zones this week.
January 2015 began with an 83 per cent increase in permits over 2014.
The deadline to submit nominations for the Mayor’s Recognition Awards is next Tuesday, February 17 at 9 a.m.
As a follow up to the initial release of numbers from the homeless count conducted in October 2014, the full report was released today.
Residential snow plowing will begin today Friday, February 6, meaning Red Deerians will need to move their vehicles from the street when plowing in their Snow Zone and Route is underway.
The Sport Council of Red Deer (SCoRD), which provided a unified voice for several years and celebrated amateur sport in the city, formally disbanded in December 2014 due to on-going sustainability and capacity challenges.
At their regular meeting today, Red Deer City Council approved changes to the Utility Bylaw.
The City of Red Deer’s contractor will begin work on Wednesday, January 28, to trim tree branches away from power lines.