When asked about community amenities in 2014, the community ranked a performing arts centre/concert hall as the fourth priority in terms of community amenities. But we want to know more about what type of arts/cultural facility would meet the needs of the people who use these facilities and the community as a whole. The Cultural Needs Facilities Assessment is the first step in a multi-phase project and will help us determine what type and function of new culture/arts facility would best meet the needs of our community while ensuring collaborating among cultural entities and efficient use of existing and new resources.
We want to hear from you! Over the next few weeks we’ll be seeking input through an online survey and on-the-street polls. Staff will be our at various City events and facilities conducting polls to gather input or you can take our online survey.
View the results of past surveys below.
The 2018 Ipsos Citizen Satisfaction Survey was conducted in the early part of 2018. The survey consisted 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 results here.
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.