“The rising number of cases of COVID-19 in our community and in our province is affecting us all, and although we are pandemic weary we need to continue to be diligent in ensuring we limit the spread of the virus.
Below is a list of City of Red Deer news releases. Contact Corporate Communications during regular business hours (Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) at 403-396-9533 or email@example.com.
A new agreement between Westerner Park and The City of Red Deer will be considered by City Council at a Special Meeting on April 22 with the goal to ensure financial and operating stability for Westerner Park
This year's Federal Government budget is the first in two years and identifies focus areas of: COVID-19 relief programs, the economy, business resilience, affordable housing and infrastructure funding; however, The City awaits further detail on how much Fe
EL&P crews are busy responding to a pole fire on the west side of Highway 2, south of the Sports Hall of Fame.
Residential street sweeping will begin on April 25, as crews will complete sweeping medians and boulevards throughout the city on April 22.
Red Deer City Council approved the tax rate bylaw with a zero per cent municipal increase and reduced property tax penalties for the next three years in anticipation of continued economic challenges for Red Deer property owners.
Tonight, City Council was presented with economic development initiatives and incentives that acknowledge the current financial realities faced by local businesses, property owners and the community as a whole amidst the continued pandemic...
At today’s regular City Council meeting, Council gave first reading to an updated Community Standards Bylaw No. 3669/2021.
A small number of trees will be removed from an area on the north side of the G.H. Dawe Community Centre in preparation for the development of a new right-in, right-out off of 67 Street.
Summer patios are popping up throughout Red Deer as an extension to seating areas at local restaurants.
“It is a sad and historic day, as we join the Commonwealth and the world in mourning the loss of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh.
Council to consider Tax Rate Bylaw and economic initiatives and incentives at Monday’s Council meeting
Property tax payment assistance and other economic development initiatives and incentives are on the agenda for Monday’s City Council meeting with Council considering resolutions that acknowledge the current realities faced by local businesses, property ow
The City is considering adding on-demand transit to Red Deer Transit’s suite of services and is looking for the public to weigh in.
At tonight's meeting, City Council resolved to support the continuation of an interim shelter and directed administration to find a new location in collaboration with the Province and service providers.
Yesterday, the provincial government announced changes to current public health restrictions in light of a recent rise in COVID-19 cases and variant cases.
Building permit values increased in March, with 97 approved permits valued at $13 million, compared with 67 permits issued in March 2020 worth $5.6 million.
Starting April 5, 2021 Green Carts will shift back to weekly collection as seasonal yard waste increases.
The City of Red Deer wants to hear your thoughts on how multi-lane roundabouts can be made easier for drivers and pedestrians in the city.
At today’s meeting, City Council approved an amendment to the Land Use Bylaw and a development permit to allow the temporary shelter to continue operating in Cannery Row (5239 53 Avenue) for two additional months while The City explores other sites...
City and County Councils adopt Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework as foundation for future partnerships and agreements
In order to ensure and identify efficiencies in service delivery to The City of Red Deer and Red Deer County residents, The City of Red Deer and Red Deer County Councils adopted an Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework (ICF) through bylaw...
March is national Fraud Prevention Month and the Red Deer RCMP is encouraging residents to prevent fraud and identity theft by shredding confidential documents.
As spring arrives, the use of backyard fire pits are on the rise.
Residents in northeast Red Deer should be aware of bird cannon noises in the months ahead.
Some downtown residents should be prepared for a planned power outage on Sunday, March, 28 between 7:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
With the recent warm temperatures and arrival of spring, The City of Red Deer is reminding residents that ice and water conditions on community ponds, creeks and the river can be very hazardous and residents should take extreme caution when using these spa
Registration starts Thursday at March 25 for new recreation opportunities – private swim lessons, low-intensity fitness and preschool programming.