City of Red Deer employees were recognized for their years of service and special achievements at this evenings annual Employee Recognition Awards Banquet.
March 2017 News Archive
The City of Red Deer and Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery (MAG) are looking for events happening in Central Alberta in recognition of Canada’s 150 birthday.
The City of Red Deer is holding an open call for musicians to take the stage on the Ross Street Patio this summer.
The flooring for the main floor of the new pavilion building at Great Chief Park will now be greener, thanks to a grant from Alberta Recycling.
City Council ratified a new two-year collective agreement with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 254 at its Council meeting today following IBEW members vote to ratify on March 1, 2017.
The total value of building permits from February 2016 to February of this year increased 75 per cent. Building permits rose from an estimated $5.5 million in February 2016 to $9.6 million last month.
The City’s Environmental Initiatives team is ready to help residents dig in and make compost for their yards and gardens with the annual Composting at Home program.
City crews are cleaning up a sanitary sewer leak south of the Kinex Arena and investigating the cause.
This weekend, work is scheduled to begin on the River Bend Trail Enhancement Project, resulting in some temporary trail closures.
A section of Great Chief Park will be closed to the public on Thursday while work is happening as part of the Great Chief Park Enhancement Project.
The deadline for property owners to appeal their 2017 property assessment is fast approaching.
Funding stability and the need for an expanded courthouse are top of mind for Red Deer City Council and administration going into the provincial budget announcement on Thursday.
Trees will be removed from the north bank of Waskasoo Creek along 43 Street and in select areas in Barret Park in preparation for construction of a berm and repairs to the creek.
As the weather trends warmer and we enter spring, all outdoor ice surfaces are closed effective immediately.
A new Red Deer courthouse was announced during the provincial budget yesterday, acknowledging the ever increasing population Red Deer’s courthouse serves and demands on the judicial system.
Red Deer City Council has approved final reading to an amendment to the Chicken Bylaw, which increases the overall number of chicken licenses allowed across the city.
Red Deerians are encouraged to turn off their lights for one hour on Saturday to conserve energy and raise awareness of climate change in celebration of Earth Hour.
After today’s federal budget announcement, The City of Red Deer awaits details about its effects on Red Deer.