During today’s Capital Budget deliberations, City Council decided to open the new Servus Arena in January ahead of the anticipated opening of summer 2018.
December 2017 News Archive
City Council approved a $80.7 million capital budget this morning after three days of deliberation. The capital budget includes projects that will take place in 2018, or projects that require additional funding from previous years.
There will be a special Red Deer City Council meeting on Monday, December 4 in Council Chambers.
The Recreation Centre will be closed for annual maintenance starting next Monday, December 11 until Monday, January 1.
J.T. Setters and Sons Construction Ltd announced as name sponsor for the new enhancements at Great Chief Park
The City of Red Deer is pleased to announce that J.T. Setters and Sons Construction Ltd is the name sponsor for the new enhancements within Great Chief Park including the new pavilion building, outdoor speed skating oval and synthetic sports field.
In reacting to the Provincial initiative for supervised consumption services, City Council considered the where and how of supervised consumption services at a special council meeting tonight.
Some City facilities might be busier than normal when The City puts its emergency plans to the test as part of an emergency response exercise on December 6, 2017.
With Safe Harbour Society securing provincial funding to provide overnight shelter service at the location of the existing daytime warming centre (5256 53 Avenue).
The value of building permits last month surpassed the total for November 2016.
More than 300 toys were collected through the annual Toys for Tickets program this year and delivered to the Red Deer Christmas Bureau.
Today, Servus Credit Union with The City of Red Deer affirmed their commitment to accessible recreational opportunities in Red Deer in the form of a free community skate.
With a focus on sustainability and a significant investment to address community safety for the citizens of Red Deer, the recommended 2018 Operating Budget considers the current state of growth, economy, and maintaining and enhancing quality.
City Council will hear from citizens on Tuesday, December 19, at a public hearing about six potential sites being considered for supervised consumption services in Red Deer.