The City of Red Deer is holding an open call for musical artists to provide entertainment at the Red Deer Arena Commemorative Celebration on Friday, April 8, 2016.
A minor incident at a local hotel yesterday could have been much worse had it not happened during regular business hours.
Ninety-seven per cent of citizens say Red Deer’s quality of life is good or very good, with 28 per cent saying their quality of life has improved in the past three years, according to the 2015 Citizen Satisfaction Survey.
Red Deerians of all ages are invited to come together to celebrate the importance and legacy of the Red Deer Arena, which is scheduled for demolition and redevelopment in 2016.
Crews are continuing to plow Green and Grey Routes this week. Plowing on Green Routes is expected to finish tomorrow and plowing on Grey Routes is expected to be completed by the end of the week.
Red Deerians are reminded that Grey Route streets are no longer individually signed during snow plowing; instead large signs are placed at the entrances to Snow Zones.
Public sector construction led the way in building permit values for 2015, pushing the year’s $232 million total for all sectors past 2014’s $214 million total.
Crews are continuing to plow Snow Zones and Routes this week.
Heritage conservation, education and awareness in the Red Deer area is the focus for the 2016 Heritage Recognition Awards being launched next week.
On Saturday, January 23 crews will start plowing Green Routes in Snow Zones H and I.
Transit riders using Red Deer’s new prepaid reloadable cards will have to wait a little longer for reloading stations across the city.
Property owners should now be receiving their 2016 property assessment notice in the mail. Assessment notices from The City of Red Deer were sent out on Wednesday, January 20 and property owners are reminded to review their assessment notice for accuracy.
Members of Red Deer Emergency Services will go door to door tomorrow evening in Oriole Park to talk to neighbours following a house fire that happened on Wednesday.
On Friday, January 22 crews will continue to plow Green Routes in Snow Zones F and G and Grey Routes in Snow Zone C.
Books on the Bus connects Red Deer Transit riders with free books to enjoy during their commute, on a lunch break or anywhere they have time to read.
Red Deer Emergency Services responded to a fully involved house fire on Oberlin Avenue today at approximately 11:30 a.m.
Tomorrow crews will be plowing Green Routes in Snow Zones E, F and G and Grey Routes in Snow Zone C.
In late November, The City of Red Deer introduced new ways of interacting and doing business online.
Residents are reminded that parking restrictions are in effect on residential streets while Green and Grey Route plowing is underway.
At its regular meeting today, City Council received as information a report, the Riverside Light Industrial Land Use Review.
Residential plowing has been triggered and will begin on Tuesday, January 19. Residents are reminded to not park on the street when their Snow Zone and Route are scheduled to avoid getting a ticket.
A public hearing for the North of 11A Major Area Structure Plan (MASP) is scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday, January 18 at Council Chambers at Red Deer City Hall.
City Council approved a $349.2 million operating budget today with a 2.9 per cent tax increase.
Tomorrow’s scheduled debate on the 2016 Operating Budget is cancelled as City Council will conclude the remaining budget deliberations this morning.
Booking applications are now being accepted for groups wanting to book Red Deer’s indoor ice surfaces for the upcoming 2016/2017 season.
Do you want to be a part of Red Deer’s story? The City of Red Deer is looking for local artists who want to have their original songs recorded and used for a series of promotional videos about the community we live in and love.
Four businesses and two apartment buildings along 52 Street in downtown Red Deer will be without water for an undetermined amount of time due to a water leak in the area.
Community agencies will work together with The City, the Province, and one another in a more coordinated and efficient housing system to reach Red Deer’s goal of ending homelessness in 2018.