Beginning next week AltaLink will be brushing and clearing along their right of way in north Red Deer resulting in trail closures.
The cause of a house fire at 33 Allsop Drive in Anders yesterday remains undetermined, but fire officials say it started in a wooden planter box.
Emergency Services responded to a house fire at 33 Allsop Drive this evening, after a passerby called in the incident.
“On behalf of Red Deerians, my thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and fellow Canadians affected by the shootings on Parliament Hill and at the National War Memorial in Ottawa,” said Mayor Tara Veer.
Residents lined up to participate in the successful launch of the first Block Heater Timer Program in Red Deer, with 500 of the free devices given away in just hours.
If you’re haunted by the amount of garbage you produce, join us at the second annual Waste Reduction Day Spooktacular this Saturday, October 25 from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at The City of Red Deer’s Waste Management Facility, at 1709 - 40 Avenue.
Amendments to the Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP) received first reading from both The City of Red Deer and Red Deer County at their meetings held on October 14 and 7, respectively.
60 Street between 56 and 57 Avenue is closed after a gas line was struck.
Residents in Red Deer may notice more foot traffic in their neighbourhood with the Point in Time (PIT) homeless count being conducted this Thursday, October 16 starting at 10 p.m
Red Deer residents can once again drop off yard waste at The City’s Waste Management Facility from October 13 until 18, free of charge.
Ninety-eight per cent of citizens say Red Deer’s quality of life is good to very good, and more people than ever before said they believe their quality of life has improved, according to the 2014 Ipsos Reid Citizen Satisfaction Survey.
The new intersection at Taylor Drive and Ross Street will open to motorists and pedestrians next Thursday.
Kick it to the Curb returns this fall and offers Red Deerians an opportunity to rid their homes of unused items on October 18 and 19.
A house fire in Sunnybrook yesterday started as a result of unattended cooking, causing an estimated $20,000 in damages to the home at 9 Spencer Street.
Red Deer Emergency Services is on the scene of a house fire at 9 Spencer Street, after a fire call came in at approximately 3:20 p.m. today.
Tomorrow, a section of Range Road 272 will close as part of the 67 Street/30 Avenue Expansion Project.
Higher than expected volunteer registration for Point in Time count
This year, the City of Red Deer used a new road surfacing product to extend the lifespan of some roads in the city.
Those wanting to host their special events, sporting activities or meetings at one of The City’s recreation facilities are now able to submit their applications.
October is Home Renovation Month, and residents planning to remodel their bathrooms are encouraged to tank their old or leaky toilets and go low flow.
Residents looking to save money and energy this winter may want to plug their block heater into a timer.
Electric Light & Power is having a planned power outage this Sunday, October 5 between 8:30 a.m. and 12 p.m. Residents affected are those on both sides of Golden West Avenue from 67 Street to 71 Street.
The BOLT Bus is changing its route through Blackfalds in response to feedback from riders.
Red Deer Emergency Services will host its 19th annual open house this Saturday, October 4, in recognition of Fire Prevention Week.
The NOVA Chemicals Imagination Grove at the Kerry Wood Nature Centre is opening next Monday, October 6.
Saving money on your daily commute is as simple as going to www.carpool.ca. The City of Red Deer is in its third year of partnership with the website to help Red Deer and area commuters share a ride.
Commercial building permit values for September have increased by approximately $1.75 million over the same time last year.
Today, the City of Red Deer will file an application for review and variances to the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) decision regarding the Red Deer Area Transmission Development project.
The doors have been thrown wide open in Red Deer to residents interested in learning more about local innovation in decentralized energy – energy produced close to where it is used – with the first Alberta Green Energy Doors on Saturday, October 4.
More Red Deerians took the bus on Monday, September 22, and other residents pledged to walk, take their bikes, or carpool to work for the commuter challenge on World Car Free Day.
Next week berm reconstruction will begin in the McKenzie Trails Recreation Area which will see trail impacts and increased construction activity.
The City of Red Deer is still looking for volunteers to serve on one of many Council committees, and there are only a few days left to get your application in.
A meeting with Premier Jim Prentice was part of Red Deer’s itinerary today, among other meetings scheduled at the annual Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) convention.
Infrastructure, health and policing were on the agenda for Red Deer on the first day of the annual Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) convention today.