Households that are part of the Green Cart pilot program will launch phase two of the program next week when they start using two new carts – the Blue Cart and the Black Cart.
There’s a new waste limit coming into effect next month now that Council passed third and final reading to reduce the residential waste collection limit from five units to three.
Red Deer City Council will give first reading to the Property Tax Bylaw for 2016 at today’s Council meeting.
The Red Deer Welcoming and Inclusive Communities (WIC) Network officially launches today.
Red Deerians are once again invited join The City at the Budget 2017 Open House, an event where residents can provide input to City Council and City administration on how they would prioritize their tax dollars.
The residential waste unit limit will be back on the table at Monday’s scheduled council meeting where City Council will consider second and potentially third and final reading.
Next week, portions of the 67 Street and 30 Avenue bend in northeast Red Deer will be down to one lane each direction as part of the 67 Street / 30 Avenue Expansion Project.
In an effort to accomplish electrical work with the transformer on the north side of the facility, a scheduled power outage will occur at the Collicutt Centre on Thursday, April 21.
Residents will soon notice ‘no-parking’ signs in their neighbourhood as crews begin residential street sweeping this week.
Crime statistics released for the first quarter of 2016 show crime in Red Deer remains relatively consistent with last year.
City census enumerators will start knocking on doors today now that the online option is closed with 38 per cent of Red Deerians using the online tool.
Following yesterday’s provincial budget announcement, The City of Red Deer has mixed reviews and awaits further details on the specific implications and opportunities for Red Deer.
During the provincial budget announcement tomorrow, Red Deer City Council and administration will listen closely to determine impacts on Red Deerians, specifically related to funding changes, the carbon levy and municipal and community infrastructure.
Eight former landfill sites in Red Deer will be tested in the coming year as part of a City initiated project to better understand the potential impacts former landfills can have on the environment and nearby properties.
It’s easy, secure and only takes a minute – there’s just a couple days left to complete the 2016 municipal census online. Residents can use the online tool at reddeer.ca/census to complete the census questions until midnight on Thursday.
Get the buzz on pollinator parks and celebrate Earth Day at the Kerry Wood Nature Centre on Saturday, April 16, from 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Red Deer City Council has given first reading to a policy change that would see the residential waste collection program unit limit reduced from five units to three.
Last weekend at Let’s Talk 2016, residents had the opportunity to learn about City services, and share their thoughts around their vision for the city.
Residents are encouraged to participate in Green Deer 2016, an annual city cleanup that starts on Monday, April 11, and runs until Sunday, June 12.
Save water and money with the Rain Barrel Rebate Program. The City of Red Deer is offering residents a rebate of up to $50 with the purchase of a rain barrel of their choice.
At Monday’s scheduled council meeting, Red Deer City Council will hear first reading for a policy change that would reduce the amount of waste that households can set out for collection each week.
The boil water advisory that was in place for two apartment buildings at 3610 and 3620 52 Avenue is no longer in affect.
With warmer weather on its way, those looking to head out on the Red Deer River must access the river downstream of Great Chief Park until further notice.
Two apartment buildings at 3610 and 3620 52 Avenue are under a boil water advisory until further notice after an earlier water leak.
The G.H. Dawe Community Centre Water Park will be closed on Monday, April 4 to Sunday, April 17 for annual maintenance.