The Recreation Centre will close for annual maintenance from Monday, December 8, 2014 to Friday, January 2, 2015.
December 2014 News Archive
The first residential plow under the new snow and ice program will begin this week as we’ve reached the new trigger of 10cm snowpack.
For many people decorating their home signals the start of another memorable holiday season.
Overall crime is up 1.4 per cent in the third quarter of 2014, according to crime statistics released by The City today.
City crews have been hard at work so most outdoor neighbourhood rinks will be ready for use this weekend with the exception of Bower Ponds, Bower Place, Mountview, Oriole Park and Grandview.
Crews continue to work on Green and Grey Routes throughout Red Deer as part of the first residential plow this winter.
Starting Monday, December 8, 2014 and continuing until the end of the ski season, the River Bend Clubhouse will be open to skiers to warm up and use the indoor washrooms throughout the winter.
Residential permits hold steady over 2013 permit statistics.
Residential plowing is continuing this week and crews are scheduled to plow Snow Zones C, E, F, G, and H.
The skating rink at Bower Ponds is open as of Friday, December 12.
Red Deer Transit is increasing the hours of service into the late evening for Route 6 to and from Clearview Ridge and Vanier East from Monday through Saturday.
More than 450 toys were collected in lieu of payment for parking tickets as part of The City’s annual Toys for Tickets program.
Tomorrow, crews will begin plowing Snow Zones I and J and will continue to plow Snow Zones G and H.
The initial fine tuning of the traffic lights at Taylor Drive and Ross Street intersection is complete and adjustments were made to reduce backup for all road users, specifically motorists travelling southbound along Taylor Drive.
The 2019 Canada Games Transition Team Nominations Working Group is pleased to announce that Lyn Radford has been selected to Chair the Board of Directors for the 2019 Canada Winter Games awarded to the City of Red Deer.
Residents who normally have garbage and recycling picked up on Thursdays will have to wait a few extra days when the holiday waste collection schedule takes effect on December 25.
Approximately 2,000 customers were without power Sunday night after a switch failed.
Members of Red Deer Firefighters Children’s Charity will once again provide a voluntary Christmas tree pickup service to Red Deer homes.