Resurfacing of 48 Avenue between 55 and 43 Street will take place from August 5 to 11.
August 2014 News Archive
More than 100 cyclists will make their way through Red Deer on September 4, with The City temporarily closing a number of roads when it once again hosts the Tour of Alberta - one of Canada’s largest professional cycling races.
The Fall 2014 Community Services Activity and Program Guide will be delivered to homes in Red Deer County on Thursday, August 7, and to homes in Red Deer on Friday, August 8.
Building permits for Red Deer continue to rise with 190 being issued in July compared to 140 the same time last year.
The increase in Red Deer’s population means two more taxi licenses will be available this year.
Later this week a new section of Taylor Drive will open to motorists as construction progresses.
Professional and amateur artists are invited to participate in the Sidewalk Art Competition during Alberta Culture Days.
Residents will see crews inspecting some power poles starting this week as part of Electric Light & Power’s ongoing annual inspection and maintenance program.
Innovative technology reduces GHG emissions and utility costs for municipal, commercial complexes.
Crews will doing road resurfacing this weekend at the intersections of 19 Street at 40 Avenue and 19 Street at Gaetz Avenue. Motorists are recommended to use alternate routes while crews work, as major delays are expected. See below for full details.
Next week, Red Deer City Council will consider a First Reading of a road closure and land use bylaw amendment pertaining to the area formerly known as Riverview Park which is now part of the Westlake neighbourhood.
Another building is expected to come down in the old Civic Yards as part of the Riverlands Area Redevelopment Plan (RDAP).
Today, Mayor Tara Veer officially proclaimed August 22 as Red Deer is Ready Day to mark the day the Canada Games Evaluation Committee tours Red Deer and we host the Red Deer is Ready Rally for the community.
During the Monday, August 18 City Council meeting, two initiatives aligning with provincial and community plans to end homelessness were approved by Council.
Weather has caused delays in the resurfacing work at 19 Street and Gaetz Avenue.
The City of Red Deer is looking for volunteers to serve on one of many Council committees.
Mother Nature seems to be on side for the Red Deer is Ready Rally to happen tomorrow from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. downtown on Ross Street.
A new fire chief, Brian Makey, has been appointed to The City’s Emergency Services department, effective October 6, 2014.
Drivers can expect to see more lanes open on 49 Avenue northbound at 55 Street.
As of September 2, the outdoor pool at the Recreation Centre and the Blue Grass Sod Farms Central Spray and Play will close for the season.
Getting an accurate count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless people in Red Deer is the goal behind conducting a Point in Time (PIT) count this October.