Residents are reminded to use extreme caution around moose, especially this month during the fall rut (mating season).
As Red Deerians we have a long history of being welcoming and inclusive to everyone who chooses to call this city home.
Starting on Wednesday October 14, 2015 the speed limits on the 67 Street / 30 Avenue bend and on Riverside Drive will change.
As residents are cleaning up their yards this fall, they are reminded that what goes on their lawns – or spills off them – will end up in the Red Deer River, untreated.
The City of Red Deer’s Composting at Home program has been recognized by the Recycling Council of Alberta (RCA) with the 2015 Social Marketing Award.
The City’s recreation department is now accepting facility rental applications for the spring summer and fall of 2016
A roof repair at a business at 5431 43 St led to a fire Thursday evening.
The City of Red Deer is giving out a limited supply of free outdoor multi-use timers in exchange for participants commitment to use the timer for energy conservation
Red Deer Emergency Services will host its 20th annual open house this Saturday, October 3, in recognition of Fire Prevention Week.
The Waskasoo Environmental Education Society is thrilled to announce the opening of the Kiwanis Harmony Garden on Friday, October 2.
Red Deerians will have the opportunity to visit and explore green energy projects in their community with Green Energy Doors Open this weekend
Residents are invited to an open house this Thursday to view plans for the future neighbourhood of Emerson, located north of Timberlands North and south of Evergreen and bordered by 30 Avenue to the west
At today’s regular City Council meeting, Council approved changes for the second year of the snow and ice program.
Starting this week, residents in east Red Deer may notice construction activities along 20 Avenue from 55 Street to 32 Street as work begins on the 20 Avenue Trail and Berm Project.
While attending the annual Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) conference this week, Mayor Veer and members of Council took the opportunity...
The boil water advisory for businesses in north Red Deer earlier this week has been lifted effective immediately.
Kick it to the Curb is back this fall providing Red Deerians an opportunity to find a new home for unwanted and unused items on October 17 and 18.
The south pedestrian bridge in Coronation Park will close for construction starting Wednesday, September 30, weather permitting.
Residents are encouraged to start saving up certain items for the Waste Reduction Day Spooktacular Reuse Fair on October 24, 2015.
The City of Red Deer received strong support from other municipalities for two resolutions presented at the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) Annual Conference this afternoon in Calgary.
Last night, The City of Red Deer accepted the Sustainability in Action award from the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) in recognition of two key areas of work, governance and public engagement.
A blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) bloom has been identified in a pond at the Three Mile Bend off-leash dog park.
The City of Red Deer is looking for residents to serve on one of our Council committees. There are a number of vacancies and the City is seeking Red Deerians with a desire to make a difference.
Twenty six businesses in the area of 78A Street Close and 48 Avenue have been asked to boil their water until further notice once water is turned back on.
On Thursday, motorists will have the chance to test their vehicle’s noise levels with a decibel rating at the Red Deer Cruise Night Show and Shine
Red Deer’s Kerry Wood Nature Centre and Historic Fort Normandeau were recognized by the Alberta Museums Association (AMA) today with the Robert R. Janes Award for Social Responsibility.
A new site for a temporary daytime warming centre will be considered by Council at a special meeting in Council Chambers on Monday, September 21, 2015, at 2 p.m.
Building permit values remained strong for the period from January to August of 2015, with an estimated value of $153 million
Unlock the doors to Red Deer’s history on Sunday, September 27 during Doors Open, and experience some of our city’s most intriguing and charming heritage sites
The City of Red Deer is seeking residents with a desire to make a difference in the community by serving on one of our Council committees
Help clean up the shores along the Red Deer River on Sunday, September 20, as part of the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup.
Red Deerians are encouraged to discover, experience and celebrate the arts during Alberta Culture Days, September 25 – 27
The City of Red Deer is encouraging residents to try a greener form of transportation on September 22 to celebrate World Car Free Day
The City has a new blueprint to evaluate and address community needs linked to Red Deer’s social well-being.
New traffic signals were installed at the intersection of 55 Street and Rutherford Drive and will become operational next week.
Red Deer’s air quality falls short of requirements according to results from the Canadian Ambient Air Quality Standards (CAAQS) as announced by the Alberta Minister of Environment and Parks this week.
The City of Red Deer will receive additional support for transit initiatives, thanks to funding support from the Alberta government’s Green Transit Incentives Program (GreenTRIP).
Red Deer Transit and Red Deer College are partnering to make transit more accessible and affordable for students with the new semester pass.
Seven-month old Arlo MacKay is Red Deer’s one-hundred thousandth citizen.
The public is invited to join Red Deer Emergency Services and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) for a Memorial March ceremony on Friday, September 11, 2015.
Starting today, the Community Safety Ad Hoc Committee is conducting a survey about community safety and crime prevention in Red Deer.