Community Housing & Homelessness Integrated Plan
As part of the development of the Community Housing & Homelessness Integrated Plan, The City of Red Deer wants to hear your thoughts on how important it is to address housing and homelessness, and what you consider to be promising solutions. We also want to understand your views on housing and homelessness initiatives underway, and their impact. Our first step is to engage with community members to gain their insights on Red Deer's long-term plan to address housing and homelessness. This survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. It is completely anonymous and confidential. You may skip any question you do not want to answer. Your time and perspectives on homelessness are greatly appreciated.
The 2019 Ipsos Citizen Satisfaction Survey is currently underway. The survey consists of telephone conversations with residents, and the findings are used to create benchmarks for areas including service delivery, communication with residents, and important issues facing Red Deer citizens. These benchmarks help determine if citizen satisfaction has increased or decreased and if programs/initiatives are effective. You can view survey past results here. The results of the 2019 survey will be released at the end of June.
View the results of past surveys below.
With a growing number of options for transportation and vehicles for hire in Red Deer and central Alberta, The City requested feedback in the fall from citizens to help steer what rules and regulations should be in place when it updates its Taxi Bylaw and Limousine and Sedan Bylaws this year. View the full survey results (pdf) , excluding citizen comments. For more information, visit our Vehicles for Hire page.