The demolition process to take down the structure of the former Red Deer Arena is scheduled to begin on Thursday, July 28 (dependent on weather and completion of utility disconnects).
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Red Deer Emergency Services is not recommending rafting on the Red Deer River at this time due to the river's high flow rate.
The Westerner Days Fair & Exposition parade will take place downtown on Wednesday, July 20 resulting in multiple road closures and traffic detours.
The Red Deer College (RDC) Arts Centre Advisory Committee is seeking to fill three member-at-large positions, representing the community, for a two year term.
Due to popular demand and the need to conserve water because of anticipated dry conditions this summer, The City of Red Deer is extending funding for the Rain Barrel Rebate Program.
Although commercial building permits remained strong in June, the total value of all permits dropped from $24.6 million in June 2015 to $13 million last month.
The redevelopment of the Riverlands area is being done with the intent to create a mixed used neighbourhood in the greater downtown.
On Friday, July 8 Carleton Avenue at 67 Street will re-open after closing in late April while crews connected Carleton Avenue to the 67 Street extension and roundabout.
The 2016 Red Deer Municipal Census results were released today and show a slight population decrease of one per cent compared to 2015.
There are only two more weeks for Red Deerians to share their thoughts about City services and budget allocations through the Budget 2017 online survey.
City Council accepted and ratified a mediator’s recommended Terms of Settlement for a new two year collective agreement with the Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 1374 at its Council meeting on July 4, 2016.
Work starts July 4, 2016, on the construction of a new parking lot at the Collicutt Centre.
This year’s city wide spring cleanup program, Green Deer, was a success with volunteers from businesses, community associations, schools, clubs, churches, families and individuals coming together to clean up garbage in our city.
Access to Bower Ponds to take part in this year’s Canada Day festivities is restricted to trails or transit service.
Red Deerians are being asked to provide their input on how well services such as water, waste, sewer and environmental sustainability programs are being delivered as part of the Annual Environmental Services Customer Satisfaction Survey.
The City of Red Deer has been recognized for its efforts in creating a more welcoming and inclusive organization and community as one of the recipients of Diversity Magazine’s inaugural Diversity Awards.
Don’t forget to pay your property taxes by Thursday to avoid penalties. Thursday, June 30 is the deadline to pay 2016 City of Red Deer property taxes.