Starting October 3, City of Red Deer crews will begin work to remove the Ross Street patio in preparation for winter.
October 2018 News Archive
Building permits were on the rise again in September due to a number of commercial, industrial and public permits.
Red Deerians looking for a healthier alternative for Halloween giveaways have a new option through The City of Red Deer.
Red Deer and Red Deer County residents interested in local heritage are invited to attend the Heritage Recognition Awards Friday, November 2, 2018.
Red Deer’s North East Sector Joint High School site has a new name after a resolution was passed by City Council this summer.
Kick it to the Curb takes place in Red Deer this weekend, October 13 and 14, snow or shine.
City Council considers land use bylaw amendment and development permit for future supervised consumption services
Turning point is planning to relocate their operations and provide supervised consumption services (SCS) at 5233 54 Avenue, near the existing Safe Harbour site, if City Council approves an application to amend the Land Use Bylaw and issue a permit.
Starting Monday, October 15, 2018, the west entrance to City Hall will be closed due to construction in City Hall Park.
“On behalf of the City Manager recruitment team, I encourage all residents of Red Deer to participate in consultations that will help define the characteristics, attributes, and skills the next City Manager should possess.
At tonight’s regular City Council meeting, a motion was approved that gives The City direction to explore the merits of annexation.
Residents will be able to customize their Blue and Black Cart collection system to meet their household waste needs and also influence their utility rates, as outlined tonight during first reading of the Utility Bylaw amendment (3606/2018).
Installation of the new solar panels on the roof of the Sorenson Station Parkade is complete.
In September, City Council approved a new Business Licence Bylaw (3609/2018) requiring all businesses operating in The City of Red Deer to obtain a business licence.
Residents will see increased police and emergency service presence in the downtown area in an effort to reduce crime and increase safety.
Red Deer’s Public Safety Compliance Team (PSCT) conducted safety checks at local restaurants and bars Friday evening.
With the news that a Canada Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has started rotating strikes today, The City of Red Deer has taken steps to minimize the impact of the postal disruption on its customers.
With an increasing number of rough sleeper camps being reported over the last month, The City of Red Deer is focusing heavily on cleanup efforts across the city.
Some City facilities might be busier than normal when The City puts its emergency plans to the test as part of an emergency response exercise tomorrow, October 25, 2018.
The results of an online survey about arts and culture facilities in Red Deer will be shared at an open house on Thursday, November 1.
At Monday’s regular City Council meeting, Council will review the operating budget for the Northside Community Centre.
The City has released a proposed $115.76 million budget for City Councils consideration for 2019. The budget submitted is $774,000 lower than projected in 2018 and focuses on sustainability for our community.
At 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, October 27, City of Red Deer crews responded to reports of a potential gas leak at Bennet Drive and Gaetz Avenue. Multiple agencies responded and the leak was contained at approximately 1:25 p.m.
“On behalf of the City Manager recruitment team, I’m pleased to share an update on the City Manager recruitment process. At this time, the posting for the City Manager job is now active.
The City and the YMCA of Northern Alberta have successfully negotiated an agreement that will see the YMCA lease and operate the Northside Community Centre.
Residents will be able to customize their blue and black cart collection system to meet their household waste needs and also influence their utility rates, as approved during second and final reading of the Utility Bylaw amendment (3606/2018) tonight.
Red Deer residents can trade old incandescent or compact fluorescent light bulbs for LED bulbs during the light bulb exchange program November 7 to 21.
The results of an online survey about arts and culture facilities in Red Deer will be shared at an open house on Thursday, December 6.
People who get parking tickets between November 1 and 30 can once again pay their ticket with a toy in The City of Red Deer’s Toys for Tickets program.