On Sunday, Councillor Lawrence Lee was elected to the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) board, which develops policy and advocates in the interests of municipalities to the federal government.
June 2018 News Archive
Red Deerians are invited to join citizens from all over Canada to give our planet a breather on June 6 and grab a free transit ride.
The City of Red Deer is encouraging citizens to head out and meet their neighbours by hosting a Block Party in their neighbourhood!
The City of Red Deer is offering youth unlimited rides on Red Deer Transit and unlimited access to all City recreation facilities all summer with the Rip ‘N Rec Summer Pass
The Recreation Centre will close to the public this weekend, as the Red Deer Catalina Swim Club hosts their annual “Freeze or Fry” swim meet.
Bargain hunters are getting ready for the ultimate deal, as Kick it to the Curb goes rain or shine this Saturday and Sunday, June 9 and 10.
Red Deer is home to some extraordinary people, some of whom were called up on stage tonight at the Mayor’s Recognition Awards to stand in the spotlight and be thanked for their significant contributions to our community.
Building permits slowed down in May and dropped from an estimated $15 million in May 2017 to $9 million last month.
Red Deer motorists can expect delays as paving on 32 Street from 57 Avenue to the City Limits happens Wednesday and Thursday this week.
Emergency crews were called to a balcony fire in Vanier Woods last week after improperly stored cardboard caught fire during a barbeque.
Motorists can expect delays as road reconstruction on 40 Avenue starts Monday.
Red Deer Emergency Services (RDES) charged the business owners of Joey’s Only Seafood Restaurant in Red Deer located at 5431 43 Street, for failing to maintain life safety equipment that included fire protection system over commercial cooking equipment.
Twenty-one Red Deer Emergency Services (RDES) personnel responded to a fire on Jenner Crescent last night that caused severe damage to two homes.
Over 350 delegates from across the country came together in Red Deer this week as The City hosted the 7 Cities conference on housing first and homelessness.
This year’s city wide spring cleanup program, Green Deer, was a success with volunteers from businesses, community associations, schools, clubs, churches, families and individuals coming together to clean up garbage in our city.
Red Deerians are invited to join Mayor Tara Veer for an enjoyable and entertaining afternoon at the annual Mayor’s Garden Party.
Drivers can expect delays at the 19 Street and Taylor Drive intersection this week as work continues to complete the new intersection.
Red Deer Emergency Services (RDES) personnel responded to a fire on Wade Close yesterday that caused sufficient damage to one home.
Parking rates in the city are set to change July 3 and will include new monthly parking options for most downtown lots, as well as changes to hourly parking rates and fees for parking infractions.
Property owners are reminded the deadline to pay 2018 property tax bills is June 30.
A portion of Alexander Way (47 Street) in Capstone at Riverlands will close June 25, weather dependent.
Businesses interested in opening a cannabis retail store can submit their development permit applications to The City starting at 8:00 am on Wednesday, July 11.
The regularly scheduled City Council meeting for Monday, June 25, 2018 will begin at 1 p.m.
The CPR Pedestrian Bridge is scheduled to close for a few days starting Tuesday, June 26 while soil testing is completed.
Construction on 48 Avenue between Ross (50) Street and 53 Street will start Tuesday as crews start work to bury existing overhead power lines.
The community is encouraged to take part in Canada Day celebrations at Bower Ponds on July 1.