Red Deer City Council will begin reviewing The City’s 2015 operating budget on Tuesday, January 6, as the next step in the 2015 budget process.
January 2015 News Archive
City Council ratified a new two-year collective agreement with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 254 at its Council meeting today.
Do you know someone deserving of a Mayor’s Recognition Award? The City is now accepting nominations for the 2015 Mayor’s Recognition Awards.
Red Deer Area Transmission Development project to proceed following decision from the Alberta Utilities Commission
Construction on the northern portion of the Red Deer Area Transmission Development project will begin on Monday, January 12, 2015, after the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) denied two applications...
As a follow up to a survey conducted in 2011, The City will be surveying Red Deerians again about crime prevention and policing in the community.
Overall 2014 finished strong with 1612 permits being issued, compared to 1522 at the end of 2013.
The Tuesday, January 13, 2015 Operating Budget meeting will start with an In Camera meeting at 1 p.m.
Red Deerians wanting to give their input on crime prevention and policing can now access the survey online.
After seven days of deliberation, City Council approved the 2015 operating budget with a recommended 3.77 per cent tax increase. The operating budget totals $330.6 million.
Individuals, teams or groups who have shown special or unique qualities that make a difference in the community will be recognized through a new award being introduced this year.
An amendment to the East Hill Major Area Structure Plan (MASP) to begin the process of relocating Fire Station 3 will be considered for first reading at next week’s Council meeting.
Thanks to quick thinking residents, a fire was quickly extinguished at an apartment building in Glendale, limiting damage and preventing potential injuries.
Red Deer Emergency Services responded to a call for an unresponsive baby this afternoon at the Collicutt Centre.
When emergencies happen, residents can respond quickly and safely if they already know what steps to follow.
Residents are invited to attend an open house on January 27, 2015 to preview and provide feedback on a proposed industrial area structure plan in Queens Business Park.
Property owners should be checking their mail boxes for their 2015 property assessment notice.
The City of Red Deer’s contractor will begin work on Wednesday, January 28, to trim tree branches away from power lines.