A power outage scheduled for Thursday, April 5, will affect some residents in Aspen Ridge.
April 2018 News Archive
On Saturday, April 7, at Parkland Mall, let’s talk about the places, projects, programs and services that are important to you.
The City of Red Deer will accept applications for the 2019 Community Culture Development Fund grant program starting May 15, 2018.
With spring well on its way, temporary road bans throughout the city will come into effect at 7a.m. on Tuesday April 10, 2018. Road bans are in place for trucks to prevent serious damage to roads during spring thaw.
You’ve waited, you’ve collected, you’ve been patient and now the time has come to roll those Green Carts out for collection.
The Water Park at the G.H. Dawe Community Centre will close Tuesday, April 17 until Friday, May 4 for annual maintenance.
The City of Red Deer expects that all sports fields, diamonds and courts will open later than May 1, 2018 due to the late arrival of spring. This includes all fields in Great Chief Park.
“Like many communities across Canada – and around the world – The City of Red Deer is deeply saddened by the tragic bus crash that occurred in Saskatchewan.
Lane closures on 22 Street and Austin Drive will start Monday, April 16 and are expected to last for three weeks.
All sectors but commercial exceeded building permit values last month compared to the same month in 2017.
Public Hearing for land use bylaw amendments related to cannabis retail stores
Red Deer City Council will give first reading to the 2018 Property Tax Bylaw at today’s Council meeting.
A power outage scheduled for Friday, April 20, will affect some residents in Eastview and Grandview.
A new sculpture was unveiled today at Servus Arena as part of The City of Red Deer’s public art program.
With the weather warming and the snow finally melting, The City of Red Deer is reminding residents to exercise caution near the river and area creeks, ponds and reservoirs.
The sun is shining, birds are chirping, and the cones are going out – construction season is finally here!
This morning a portion of 43 Street between 48 Avenue and 49 Avenue has been closed due to localised flooding from Piper Creeks spring runoff.
Warmer temperatures in recent days have caused creeks in the city to flow high and fast, resulting in localized flooding in some neighbourhood streets, parks and trails.
With rising waters across the city, Residents are asked to stay away from rivers, creeks and flooded areas after The Province issued a flood watch for the Waskasoo Creek earlier today.
Water levels on Waskasoo Creek have dropped, but the Red Deer River rose by half a metre over the past twenty-four hours, leading to additional closures within the city.
Street sweeping began earlier this week and crews have started to clean sand and debris from arterials across the city.
Red Deerians are invited to join The City at the Budget 2019 Open House, an event where residents can provide input to City Council and City administration on how they would prioritize their tax dollars.
It’s not too late to help make Red Deer clean and green.
The Servus Arena parking lot (including the Pidherney Centre and Downtown Skate Park) is being re-constructed beginning Monday, April 30 through to the end of July 2018.
A temporary closure is scheduled for the playground at Bower Ponds to allow for resurfacing of the ground surface area.
City Council approved Red Deer’s property tax rates for 2018 with a tax increase of 1.5 per cent.