Today, City Council considered first reading of the Riverlands Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) and Land Use Bylaw that will enable The City to create a sustainable, vibrant and authentic mixed use neighbourhood in Red Deer’s downtown.
The 67 Street / 30 Avenue roundabout will fully open to traffic on Wednesday, September 28 by 9 a.m.
Red Deerians and Central Albertans who are deaf, deafened, have hearing loss or speech impairments (communication challenged) can now communicate with 911 using mobile devices through the Text with 911 service.
The deadline is fast approaching for interested candidates to submit an application to serve on one of the local boards, committees or commissions which directly contribute to the decisions that shape our community.
The City of Red Deer is pleased to announce the launch of the Rising Sport Stars program to recognize the dedication and efforts of local young athletes.
More than 800 kilograms of food was rescued and transformed into a delicious feast today at Feed 500 Red Deer.
The City of Red Deer wants to know how to transform Centennial Park Plaza into a sustainable space that connects people and places in our community, while ensuring it is a safe and accessible space that people want to visit and use.
In a celebration of collaboration today, the 2019 Canada Winter Games Host Society, The City of Red Deer and Red Deer College signed a Partnership Agreement for the 2019 Canada Winter Games.
Mayor Veer is reframing the discussion about the heavily debated energy east pipeline during a senate standing committee meeting for transport and communication in Edmonton today on behalf of Red Deer City Council.
Red Deerians are encouraged to discover, experience and celebrate the arts during Alberta Culture Days, happening September 30 to October 2, 2016.
Bike, walk, carpool or take free City transit on Thursday, September 22, as Red Deer celebrates World Car Free Day.
The City of Red Deer, Red Deer College (RDC) and the Recycling Council of Alberta (RCA) have teamed up to set food free and will be serving up a free lunch at Feed 500 Red Deer on September 22.
If you are interested in shaping our city, we have several opportunities open to sit on one of our boards, committees or commissions which directly contribute to the decisions made by City Council.
There will be a special Red Deer City Council meeting on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 in Council Chambers.
If you’re looking to try a new sport or learn more about the many sport opportunities in Red Deer, join us at the annual XPlore Sport Day Saturday, September 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Collicutt Centre, 3031 - 30 Avenue.
Commercial building permits showed an increase for August 2016 compared to the same month last year.
Galbraith pedestrian bridge, which crosses the Waskasoo Creek close to the Red Deer River in Galbraith Park, will be closed starting Wednesday for replacement.
The public is invited to join Red Deer Emergency Services and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) for a Memorial March ceremony on Sunday, September 11, 2016.
Red Deer & District Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) released its 2015 Annual Report, entitled “Stone Soup – A Recipe for Community.”
Red Deerians are asked to clear out their bookshelves starting on National Literacy Day, September 8, as part of a book drive aimed at continuing to provide free books to everyone riding Red Deer Transit.
Volunteers will hit the streets October 19 to talk to persons experiencing homelessness, in order to gather important information that will help identify trends and key issues as part of an effort to end homelessness.
Expect minor delays on Taylor Drive between 19 Street and 22 Street as crews work to upgrade this stretch of roadway to prepare for commercial expansion at Southpointe Junction.
Members of the public are invited to attend a Community BBQ and Open House at Red Deer Emergency Services Station 5.
Doors are being thrown wide open to residents interested in learning more about local innovation in decentralized energy – energy produced close to where it is used – with the third annual Alberta Green Energy Doors Open, starting this Friday.
It may have just gotten a bit easier to get to know your neighbours.
With the long weekend almost here, residents are reminded to stay safe when enjoying the Red Deer River.
Starting this fall a new style of crosswalk signals called Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFBs) will be installed at nine locations in Red Deer to improve pedestrian safety.