With just three weeks left in the campaign, Red Deer residents interested in beautifying their city are invited to officially register for Green Deer.
Red Deer Emergency Services responded to a low-pressure gas line leak in Timberstone yesterday, which created major traffic backups in the northeast.
The Route 6 – Clearview Ridge / Vanier East bus stops on 67 Street at Carleton Avenue and 30 Avenue at Range Road 272 are being removed due to upcoming construction in the area.
The City of Red Deer would like to recognize the Red Deer Regional Health Foundation and the Festival Lights the Night Committee for its hard work and dedication in the delivery of the Festival Lights the Night celebration over the past 11 years.
Fire investigators continue to assess the damage and investigate the cause of a house fire in Oriole Park last night.
Red Deer Emergency Services responded to a minor house fire at 6731 59 Avenue at approximately 8:35 p.m. yesterday evening.
Red Deerians may want to do some spring cleaning over the next month to find and free from storage any unwanted but still useful goods for Kick it to the Curb June 6 and 7.
Starting at 4:30 a.m. on Thursday, May 14 traffic will be reduced to one lane on Ross Street west of 49 Avenue to install barriers for the Ross Street Patio.
A portion of trail in Riverlands will close starting May 19, 2015.
Residents who were unable to make it to last night’s Let’s Talk Budget 2016 open house are encouraged to make sure their voice is still heard by filling out an online survey.
April building permit values were estimated at more than $17 million, bringing the total building permit values for the year to more than $100 million – more than double the value of permits for the same period last year.
Get ready to make a splash when both the Blue Grass Sod Farms Central Spray & Play and the Recreation Centre outdoor pool open for the season, on Monday, June 1, weather permitting.
This summer’s construction season projects, along with new tools to keep residents informed, were unveiled this morning.
Riverlands looks empty right now, but plans are underway to turn the former civic yards site into a bustling downtown that marries living spaces, shopping, restaurants and public gathering places.
Red Deerians are invited join The City at Let’s Talk Budget 2016, an open house where residents can show City Council and City administration how they would prioritize their tax investment.
With Albertans voting in a new NDP government last night, Mayor Tara Veer and Red Deer City Council extend their congratulations to Barb Miller, MLA Red Deer-South and Kim Schreiner, MLA Red Deer-North, as well as the Premier Elect, Rachel Notley.
The Three Mile Bend recreation area and off leash park will close Tuesday, May 5 and Wednesday, May 6 from 9:30 p.m. until 7 a.m. to allow The City and contractors to perform maintenance on the park.
This week is National Emergency Preparedness Week in Canada and The City of Red Deer is asking, “Are you prepared?”
Residential street sweeping is underway and residents are reminded to obey on-street “no parking” signs to avoid being ticketed or towed.
The G.H. Dawe Community Centre will be closed this Thursday, May 7, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. due to a private function.
The temporary winter warming centre operated by Safe Harbour Society will close on May 1, 2015.
Residents can drop off their yard waste at the Waste Management Facility for free from Monday, May 4 to Saturday, May 9, as Free Yard Waste Week returns to Red Deer.
The cause of last night’s wide-spread power outage continues to be investigated by The City’s Electric Light and Power department.
Fire investigators have determined that combustible materials left on a stove caused yesterday’s fire in Oriole Park.
The annual Great Neighbourhoods campaign kicks off May 1, 2015.
Red Deer City Council set the new property tax rates for 2015 at today’s Council meeting.
The City of Red Deer and the RCMP presented the RCMP Annual Police Plan (APP) today at a press conference at City Hall.
Red Deerians can hit the streets with their neighbours to explore the culture, history, and future development of the city as part of Jane’s Walk, set for May 1 to 3.
Red Deerians will soon notice cleaner residential streets as street sweeping crews move into neighbourhoods beginning next week.