Whether you’re a business owner, someone in the sign industry, or a member of the public, you will want to come to an open house on the review of sign regulations in Red Deer Tuesday, July 11.
July 2017 News Archive
Clean-up efforts continue after the wind storm that struck our city on June 20.
This year’s city wide spring cleanup program, Green Deer, was a success with volunteers from businesses, community associations, schools, clubs, churches, families and individuals coming together to clean up garbage in our city.
Whether you drive, walk, cycle or take transit, we all travel in Red Deer, and on Monday City Council will debate a plan that sets the stage for the future of how citizens move in Red Deer.
Eligible voters are now able to request a Special Ballot for the 2017 Municipal Election to cast their vote by mail.
With Council giving it the green light, The City’s new multimodal transportation plan is moving forward.
Red Deer Transit rolled out new compressed natural gas buses following a celebration at Civic Yards this morning.
The Westerner Days Fair & Exposition parade will take place in downtown Red Deer on Wednesday, July 19 resulting in multiple road closures and traffic detours, along with transit disruptions.
An unexpected mechanical failure has caused the waves at the Collicutt water park to be off for the next four to six weeks for repair.
There were fewer total building permits in June compared to June 2016, but year-to-date residential and commercial permits are still keeping pace with last year.
The results are in, and it’s good news. In all homes where the indoor air was sampled, the chemicals that were tested for were not detected.
Join us for the official re-opening event of Discovery Canyon, a Canada 150 legacy project tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The new and improved Discovery Canyon officially re-opened today with a splash from 500 rubber ducks that took the inaugural swim down the water feature to mark the occasion.
The City of Red Deer is seeking artists to design, manufacture and install collages providing a pictorial history that represents the story and history of the former Red Deer Arena from 1952 to 2016 within the new Servus Arena.
Full implementation of automated traffic enforcement at select intersections in Red Deer will be delayed after City Council decided to modify the timeframe from August 11 to November 1, 2017 to start issuing violation tickets.
City releases preliminary shelter report after Province announces potential funding for temporary shelter services
A preliminary report on a standalone shelter will be released early by The City of Red Deer after the Province of Alberta announced potential funding for the planning and development of temporary shelter services last week.
Deer Emergency Services is inviting the community to join the celebration for the official opening of the new Fire Station #3 in Lancaster on Wednesday.
The second of two new fire stations in Red Deer officially opened today as Red Deer Emergency Services turned up the heat at the grand opening of Fire Station #3 next to the Collicutt Centre.
The 2017-18 Annual Policing Plan priorities were released today and show a continued focus on property crime and high risk youth, as well as a focus on police and community relationships, public education, and building and maintaining quality of service.
Ninety-seven per cent of citizens say Red Deer’s quality of life is good or very good, with 69 per cent saying their quality of life has improved or stayed the same in the past three years, according to the 2017 Citizen Satisfaction Survey.
The City of Red Deer is developing a strategic Urban Forest Management Plan (UFMP).
At approximately 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 29, RDES responded to a call at the Radisson Hotel at 6500 67 Street for reports of a chlorine leak in the pool area.
Red Deer school and playground zones will follow new times starting August 1, 2017.