The Canada Games Council will announce the host city for the 2019 Canada Winter Games this Thursday, September 4 at 11 a.m., and Red Deerians are invited to watch it live online or come downtown to hear the news.
September 2014 News Archive
The Tour of Alberta, one of Canada’s largest professional cycling races, will make its way through Red Deer tomorrow, September 4, 2014.
Help clean up the shores along the Red Deer River on Sunday, September 7, as part of the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup.
Residents in the Botterill Crescent area of Red Deer have been advised to boil their water until further notice, following a water main leak earlier today.
Red Deer will host the 2019 Canada Winter Games after the Canada Games Council announced the successful host community this morning in Calgary.
A community celebration will take place in downtown Red Deer, starting at 2:45 p.m. today to welcome the Tour of Alberta (TOA) cyclists and to celebrate Red Deer’s successful bid for the 2019 Canada Winter Games.
Telus customers in Red Deer may experience difficulty connecting to 911 due to intermittent Telus service outages in the area.
Red Deer is the eighth hottest job market in the country, according to a study by Express Employment Professionals, the largest franchised staffing firm in North America.
A boil water advisory has been lifted effective immediately for residents of Horizon Village Bower Estates, in the Botterill Crescent area of Red Deer.
The public is invited to join Red Deer Emergency Services and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) for the annual Memorial March ceremony on Thursday, September 11, 2014.
Residents of eight homes in the Turner Crescent area in Timberlands have been advised to boil their water until further notice, following a water main break during a service connection today.
Red Deer is getting greener thanks to a grant supporting the greening of municipal properties across Canada.
The City of Red Deer is calling all users, producers, and advocates of decentralized energy – energy produced close to where it is used – to consider opening their doors to the public for a one day sustainability show and tell on Saturday, October 4.
Though overall permit values are down compared to this time last year, residential permit values remain strong.
Starting on Monday, September 15, road closures will begin on 53 Avenue to allow for the installation of a sanitary line.
A boil water advisory has been lifted effective immediately for all eight affected households on Turner Crescent in Timberlands.
The City is asking residents to park it on Monday, September 22, for World Car Free Day.
A public open house is being hosted on September 17 to discuss the changes to the Kin Kanyon Concept Plan that was developed in 2010.
The City of Red Deer is still looking for volunteers to serve on one of many Council committees. Volunteers have a positive impact in our community and contribute directly to Council’s decision making processes.
AltaLink will begin work this week on its Red Deer Area Transmission Development project.
Emergency Services crews responded to a house fire on Inglewood Drive earlier this evening to find a single family home fully engaged in fire.
Electric Light & Power has scheduled a power outage for tomorrow morning, Thursday, September 18, that will affect Red Deer customers north of the 67 Street & 30 Avenue intersection on Range Road 272 to Twp. Road 390.
A neighbourhood plan for Waskasoo is in the works, and The City will host a public open house this Thursday, September 18, to tell you about prior learnings and to find out what Red Deerians think about connectivity and land use in the Waskasoo community.
Red Deer Emergency Services investigators have assessed the damage to a home on Inglewood Drive destroyed by fire yesterday at more than $350,000.
There will be a special Red Deer City Council meeting on Monday, September 22, 2014.
Next week, a section of Range Road 272 will close as part of the 67 Street/30 Avenue Expansion Project.
The Michener Centre will remain open following a visit by Alberta Premier Jim Prentice today.
Red Deerians with an interest in learning about local work to preserve and celebrate our history are invited to attend the 2014 Heritage Recognition Awards on Friday, September 26 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
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.
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.
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.
Next week berm reconstruction will begin in the McKenzie Trails Recreation Area which will see trail impacts and increased construction activity.
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.
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.
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.