Red Deerians are encouraged to reduce the amount of water they use in their homes, yards and at work by following the City’s new water conservation guidelines.
July 2018 News Archive
Drivers can expect minor delays in the northwest end of the city as traffic signal LED bulbs are replaced over the next week.
Building permits applications slowed in June, but year-to-date permit values continue to surpass 2017 numbers.
The City will start accepting applications for cannabis retail locations starting July 24, 2018, two weeks later than the originally scheduled date of July 11, 2018.
77 Street will close on Tuesday while the last remaining railway crossing is removed from the roadway.
Due to a poor weather forecast for this evening, tonight’s Ross Street Patio Party will relocate to Welikoklad Event Centre (4922 49 St), the former Uptown Cinema.
This month, The City of Red Deer will be peeking into your Green Cart, but don’t be alarmed; it’s for a good cause.
The Westerner Days Fair & Exposition parade will take place in downtown Red Deer on Wednesday, July 18 resulting in multiple road closures and traffic detours, along with transit disruptions.
The pedestrian bridge crossing Waskasoo Creek in Coronation Park will be replaced this summer.
A new website, launched today, makes it easier than ever for Red Deerians to search, get information about, and register for City programs and activities.
Results from Red Deer’s Point in Time (PIT) Count show the number of persons experiencing homelessness in the city has decreased to 144 individuals in 2018 from 149 in 2016.
Today Red Deer welcomed 400 goats to Piper Creek Gardens where they enjoyed a main course of Canada thistle with a side of yellow toadflax, which are invasive plants in the area.
There will be a special Red Deer City Council meeting on Wednesday, July 25, 2018 in Council Chambers.
Lane and road closures around the 49 Avenue and 49 Street intersection will disrupt traffic while crews work to remove and replace catch basins and a manhole in preparation for crown paving on Sunday and Monday.
People wishing to launch their boats into the Red Deer River this weekend are asked to avoid the boat launch off 56 Avenue.
Red Deer’s crime statistics for the second quarter of 2018 continue to show steep decreases in property crime totals and significant decreases in persons crimes when compared to the same time period in 2017.
Red Deer River users are forewarned that some areas of the river near the CPR Bridge may be closed for a training exercise on Thursday.
Nine out of 10 Red Deerians say their overall quality of life is good or very good, with 62 per cent saying their quality of life has improved or stayed the same in the past year, according to the 2018 Citizen Satisfaction Survey released today.
A new concession will open for food service at the new Servus Arena starting August 4, 2018, just in time for the Hlinka Gretzky Cup.
A road closure at 39 Street and Springbett Drive will affect drivers on Monday through Wednesday.
A new technology will be boarding the bus this week, when The City of Red Deer kicks off testing of new intelligent transit features on a small fleet of buses.