Red Deer RCMP’s non-emergency Complaint Line (403-343-5575) is currently unavailable.
January 2018 News Archive
Red Deer RCMP’s non-emergency Complaint Line is available to receive calls again.
The number of permits issued in 2017 increased over the year before, but values were down in comparison to extraordinary 2019 Canada Winter Games-related construction in 2016.
In addition to the Christmas tree pick-up service by Red Deer firefighters, residents can also drop off their natural Christmas trees at various drop-off sites in the city.
Alberta European Motorworks announced as name sponsor for the new northeast high school sports field
The City of Red Deer is pleased to announce that Alberta European Motorworks is the name sponsor for the new northeast high school sports fields, now called Motorworks Fields.
There will be lots to do for the whole family – on and off the ice at the official opening of the Servus Arena this Saturday and Red Deerians of all ages are invited join the fun.
Red Deer has a new Fire Chief starting February 5, 2018 when Ken McMullen joins The City of Red Deer’s Emergency Services department next month.
RDES responded to a structure fire on Gilbert Crescent last night. The fire originated in a basement bedroom, and two people were transported with injuries.
Cronquist House has received a historic resource conservation grant from the Alberta Historical Resources Foundation.
Blades, not scissors, cut the ribbon today to officially open the Servus Arena, ushering in the start of a new era for Red Deer’s downtown arena.
RDES responded to a structure fire in Northwood Estates (5344 76 Street) last night.
“On behalf of Red Deer City Council and The City of Red Deer, I congratulate the leadership, staff and volunteers of Westerner Park and the Red Deer & District Chamber of Commerce on their successful bid for the Canadian Finals Rodeo (CFR)."
Red Deer’s final crime statistics for 2017 show some encouraging results, with a significant slowing in the rate of increase for property crimes over the year compared to the rate of increase over the last five years.
Over the next few days, owners of 40,880 properties throughout Red Deer will receive their 2018 property assessment notices in the mail.
Setters Place at Great Chief Park opens this weekend with citizens invited to join the fun happening at the official opening event on Saturday.
Construction of a new courthouse in Red Deer is one step closer to reality after the Province purchased the former downtown RCMP building and adjacent land at 4811 49 Street from The City this week.
City Council approved a $364 million operating budget today with a 2.02 per cent tax increase.
Hundreds of Red Deerians celebrated the opening of Setters Place at Great Chief Park today.