Living in Red Deer

Red Deer has all the amenities you need: great school systems, well-equipped hospitals and health centres. There's always lots to learn at our libraries and museums.

Neighbourhood Life

We believe every neighbourhood is vibrant and has something to offer!

Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre

Hospitals and Health Facilities

Whether it's hospital, long term, cancer, mental health or public health care you require, Red Deer is home to many health facilities to care for your health.

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Police (RCMP)

Links to Red Deer RCMP, detachment information, who to call and more.

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Libraries

Red Deer is home to four libraries: the Red Deer Public Library, the Dawe Centre Library, the Timberlands Library and the Red Deer College Library. Find out more about these facilities.

Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery

Museums

Red Deer boasts five museums and interpretive centres. Find out more about these great facilities.

Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School

Schools

With public, Catholic and private schools, and programs like French Immersion, Red Deer has the right school for you. If it's post-secondary you're after, Red Deer College offers over 80 programs to suit your goals.

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211 Alberta

211 is here to help you find the right community and social services. You can dial 2-1-1 to speak to an Information & Referral Specialist, or search our online community resource directory.

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Volunteer Central

Volunteer Central is Central Alberta’s volunteer centre, they promote and encourage volunteering in Red Deer and Central Alberta.

News & Notices

Mayors united in calling on...

October 20, 2020

For the health and safety of all Albertans, the Mayors of Calgary, Lethbridge, Red Deer and the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo call on Premier Kenney and those in his Cabinet and Caucus to overturn the decision made by the Minister of Health to cons

Mayor Veer on behalf of Council

October 20, 2020

The number of active COVID-19 cases in Red Deer and Central Health Zone rose over the past week, which is concerning, especially considering how low they were the week before. As a community, we need to continue to be diligent in ensuring we limit the spre