Full traffic signals were installed at the intersection of 39 Street and Ellenwood Drive / Metcalf Avenue and will become operational next week.
With a focus on sustainability for people and services, the recommended 2017 Operating Budget considers the current state of growth, economy and maintaining quality of life for Red Deerians.
An updated Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) and land use bylaw for the Riverlands neighbourhood in Red Deer’s downtown was approved by City Council today.
Building permits in each sector and total permits increased in value in November 2016 compared to November of last year.
The Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Federal Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, was joined in Red Deer today by MLAs Kim Schreiner and Barb Miller to discuss the announcement of $13.17 million in joint funding from the Public Transit Infrastructure...
The Recreation Centre will be closed for annual maintenance starting next Monday, December 5 until Monday, December 26.
The transit fare system that uses prepaid, reloadable cards arrived in Red Deer nearly a year ago and starting today, residents will be able to reload their MyRide cards at any City of Red Deer recreation facility, making Transit easier and more convenient
Starting today, residents have a new way to receive information from The City of Red Deer during emergency situations and for updates on snow zone plowing.
The number of persons experiencing homelessness in shelters, on the streets, in hospital and in transitional housing in Red Deer decreased from 137 in 2014 to 131 in Red Deer’s 2016 Point in Time (PIT) count October 19.
Residents are reminded there is a simple, secure and convenient way to pay annual property taxes by enrolling in The City of Red Deer’s Tax Instalment Plan (TIP).
Red Deerians are asked to bring new and gently used soft cover books to the Red Deer Rebels home game on Saturday, December 3 at the Enmax Centrium.
All Red Deerians are asked to join in the public launch of the community’s new video, featuring Red Deer like you’ve never seen before.
Red Deerians can look forward to picking out their favourite winter activities and programs with the release of the Activity Guide next week.
Today, City Council approved a $105 million Capital Budget. The Capital Budget includes projects that will take place in 2017, multi-year projects starting in 2017 or projects that require additional funding from previous years.
The 67 Street/Johnstone Drive roundabout will fully open later this week.
At today’s regular Council meeting, City Council approved, in principle, the plan to repurpose Central Elementary School and develop the Canada Games Celebration Plaza to the west of the school.
Starting on Monday, November 21 the road going into Great Chief Park will be closed for utility construction for one week.
At Monday’s regular meeting, City Council will consider entering into a partnership with the 2019 Canada Winter Games Host Society and Red Deer Public School District to repurpose Central Elementary School and develop the Canada Games Celebration Plaza.
Construction of the new downtown arena is beginning to take shape, as site preparation and foundation work nears completion.
Construction work has started in Great Chief Park to upgrade the park, which will be a host venue for long-track speed skating during the 2019 Canada Winter Games.
The City of Red Deer’s contractor will begin work next week to trim trees encroaching onto City owned power lines.
The Collicutt Centre water park re-opens Saturday, November 12 after it was closed for extensive maintenance.
The City of Red Deer has released Closer to Home: 2015/2016 Annual Report on Red Deer’s Homelessness Initiatives.
Third quarter crime statistics for Red Deer, coupled with an update on the 2016-17 Annual Policing Plan (APP), show that property crimes and robberies continue to drive the overall increase in Criminal Code offenses...