Every year, City of Red Deer administration builds a budget based on City Council’s priorities and financial direction.
Below is a list of City of Red Deer news releases. Contact Communications & Strategic Planning during regular business hours (Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) at 403-342-8147 or email@example.com.
At this time of year, Emergency Services responds to an increased number of fires due to the large amount of poplar fuzz
The CPR pedestrian bridge will be closed on Saturday, May 26 from 9 a.m. until 1 a.m. Sunday, May 27 for a private event.
The Blue Grass Sod Farms Central Spray & Play Park will be open early for the 2018 summer season.
The regularly scheduled City Council meeting for Monday, May 28, 2018 will begin at 1 p.m.
Sections of trail within the River Bend Golf & Recreation Area are closed for trail work.
A portion of 43 Street will close between 54 Avenue and 55 Avenue while water service is installed for a property in the area.
With the long weekend coming up, residents are reminded to stay safe when enjoying the Red Deer River.
Red Deer property owners can expect to receive their 2018 property tax notices in the mail in the next few days.
Great Chief Park and all community ball diamonds and sports fields are closed today due to rain.
A fire in Red Deer due to the improper storage and use of flammable liquids serves as a reminder to business owners to comply with the Alberta Fire Code to ensure the safety of workers.
The City of Red Deer will be launching a new registration system this summer, meaning things will look and feel different when citizens’ sign up for a program or register for a class on Looknbook.
(Red Deer, Alberta) – Cannabis retail stores must be located a minimum of 300 meters from each other and from locations such as recreation centres, daycares, hospitals and schools, following City Council’s approval of an updated land use bylaw today.
Red Deer’s new outdoor pickleball facility will be built at St. Joseph High School.
After hearing from the community, City Council has set their policing priorities for the next two years.
The G.H. Dawe Community Centre will be closed this Wednesday, May 16, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. due to a private function.
Red Deer’s crime statistics for the first quarter of 2018 continue to show encouraging results, with steep decreases in property crime totals and significant decreases in persons crimes when compared to the same time period in 2017.
Street sweepers will sweep downtown streets on Sunday and move onto residential streets on Monday.
Residents can expect to receive text, email and phone call alerts on Friday as The City runs a test of their emergency notification system, Notify Red Deer.
(Red Deer, Alberta) – City Council heard first reading of an amended License Bylaw today (3159/A-2018), which if approved, requires service providers to apply for a license to operate mobile supervised consumption services in Red Deer.
Construction on the northside community centre in Red Deer has begun following an official sod turning event held today at the facility site.
This Saturday, residents are invited to learn more about a new trail being constructed in Riverside Meadows.
Next week 43 Street will be closed in front of the Servus Arena to accommodate underground utility work.
After a long winter, all sports fields, diamonds and courts are now open, however due to the moisture still in some fields, residents and sports teams are asked to avoid using cleats until after May 7.
Building permits took a major leap forward in April, with values surpassing April 2017 by more than 250 per cent.
The Ross Street Patio is scheduled to open Wednesday, May 16 for the summer season, in time for the May long weekend.
City Council approved Red Deer’s property tax rates for 2018 with a tax increase of 1.5 per cent.
A temporary closure is scheduled for the playground at Bower Ponds to allow for resurfacing of the ground surface area.
The Servus Arena parking lot (including the Pidherney Centre and Downtown Skate Park) is being re-constructed beginning Monday, April 30 through to the end of July 2018.
It’s not too late to help make Red Deer clean and green.
Red Deerians are invited to join The City at the Budget 2019 Open House, an event where residents can provide input to City Council and City administration on how they would prioritize their tax dollars.
Street sweeping began earlier this week and crews have started to clean sand and debris from arterials across the city.
Water levels on Waskasoo Creek have dropped, but the Red Deer River rose by half a metre over the past twenty-four hours, leading to additional closures within the city.