The 2015 municipal census is officially starting with the online tool being open to the public.
April 2015 News Archive
Come talk with us this Saturday, April 11, when The City hosts Let’s Talk 2015 at Bower Place Shopping Centre.
A 74-year-old man has been treated in hospital for minor injuries following a fire in a residential garage in Morrisroe.
The annual street sweeping program is underway to clean up sand and other debris from city roads.
Residents are encouraged to participate in Green Deer 2015, an annual city cleanup that starts on Monday, April 13, and runs until Sunday, June 14.
Residents are invited to celebrate Earth Day at the Kerry Wood Nature Centre on Sunday, April 19, from 1 to 4 p.m.
Red Deer City Council will give first reading to the Property Tax Bylaw for 2015 at today’s Council meeting, after considering administration’s recommendation.
A kitchen fire in an illegal secondary suite in 2014 serves as a reminder to property owners to comply with The City of Red Deer Land Use Bylaw and the Safety Codes Act to ensure the safety of tenants.
The deadline to complete the census using the online tool is midnight on April 19.
BOLT Transit, the regional service launched by Blackfalds, Lacombe, and Red Deer, has been awarded a Community Economic Development award by Economic Developers Alberta (EDA).
The City of Red Deer continues to see growth in residential permits.
From Monday, April 20 to Saturday, May 23, Red Deer Transit is trialing a smaller bus on a new route servicing Ross Street, Michener Avenue and the Extendicare on Michener Hill.
The G.H. Dawe Community Centre Water Park is closed for annual maintenance. It will reopen to the public on Saturday, April 25 for Public Swim at noon.
City census workers will start knocking on doors today, after the online census wrapped up with 41.65 per cent of households in Red Deer using the online tool.
Approximately 2,000 households will receive a Green Cart this week to mark the launch of a two-year pilot program designed to reduce residential waste ending up at the landfill.
A special council meeting was held today to address a councillor’s disqualification under the Municipal Government Act.
Statement from Mayor Tara Veer on behalf of Red Deer City Council regarding Councillor disqualification
Council’s resolution related to the disqualification of Councillor Paul Harris speaks to City Council’s commitment to transparency, good governance and upholding public trust.
Red Deerians will soon notice cleaner residential streets as street sweeping crews move into neighbourhoods beginning next week.
Red Deerians can hit the streets with their neighbours to explore the culture, history, and future development of the city as part of Jane’s Walk, set for May 1 to 3.
The City of Red Deer and the RCMP presented the RCMP Annual Police Plan (APP) today at a press conference at City Hall.
Red Deer City Council set the new property tax rates for 2015 at today’s Council meeting.
The annual Great Neighbourhoods campaign kicks off May 1, 2015.
Fire investigators have determined that combustible materials left on a stove caused yesterday’s fire in Oriole Park.
The cause of last night’s wide-spread power outage continues to be investigated by The City’s Electric Light and Power department.
Residents can drop off their yard waste at the Waste Management Facility for free from Monday, May 4 to Saturday, May 9, as Free Yard Waste Week returns to Red Deer.
The temporary winter warming centre operated by Safe Harbour Society will close on May 1, 2015.