Booking applications are now being accepted recreation and community spaces for the upcoming spring, summer and fall 2018 season.
October 2017 News Archive
Election Day is Monday, October 16; however, residents who would like to cast their ballot early in the 2017 Municipal Election can vote at one of these Advance Voting days:
Artists are invited to submit an Request for Pre-Qualification for two public art projects: one in Great Chief Park and one at the future location of Canada 150 Square in the Capstone at Riverlands district.
September was another solid month for building permits in Red Deer, continuing the trend of outpacing the same month one year before.
City of Red Deer voters are taking advantage of the Advance Vote option in the 2017 Election with an increase in the number of ballots cast over the last Municipal Election.
Inglewood residents are encouraged to drop in to the Meet your Neighbours gathering tomorrow, Thursday, October 12 anytime from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Time is running out for Red Deerians to cast their ballots early for the 2017 Municipal Election at the Advance Vote.
The southbound lanes of Taylor Drive will be closed from 22 Street to 19 Street Saturday morning for paving.
The traffic signals at Taylor Drive and Signet Close, located between 19 Street and 22 Street, will be activated next week.
Hundreds of grade six students from across Red Deer cast their ballots in a trial election, learning about the election process and giving election workers an opportunity to practice their roles.
View the unofficial results of the 2017 Municipal Election...
On Wednesday, October 11 and Thursday, October 12, more than 450 grade six students from across Red Deer cast their ballots in a trial election, learning about the election process and giving election workers an opportunity to practice their roles.
Kick it to the Curb takes place in Red Deer this weekend, October 21 and 22, snow or shine.
48 Avenue between 52 Street and 53 Street is closed temporarily for underground utility work; this includes the intersection of 48 Avenue and 53 Street.
Final election results for the 2017 Municipal Election on October 16, 2017 have been declared official by Returning Officer, Frieda McDougall.
Red Deer residents can trade in three old incandescent or compact fluorescent light bulbs for three new LED bulbs starting October 25.
The latest Statistics Canada information suggests Red Deer’s immigration population has increased significantly in the last five years.
Intersection speed cameras will start issuing speeding tickets at high-collision intersections in Red Deer on November 1.