Nominations are being accepted for Red Deer’s Heritage Recognition Awards.
March 2018 News Archive
“On behalf of Red Deer City Council and The City of Red Deer, I would like to congratulate Red Deer College (RDC) on being awarded degree-granting status,” said Red Deer Mayor Tara Veer.
Tonight’s annual Employee Recognition Awards Banquet recognized more than 120 employees for their continuous years of service and special achievements.
Do you know someone deserving to be recognized by the Mayor for outstanding contributions to our community?
Year-to-date building permits have doubled in value over 2017 for the first two months of the year in Red Deer.
The collection of historical records for sports and cultural activities in Red Deer has been significantly updated and is available to the public thanks to a funding grant.
Starting tomorrow, 43 Street from Spruce Drive/48 Avenue will close until further notice for construction.
The deadline for filing formal property assessment appeals is March 20, 2018.
The City’s Inspections and Licensing department is warning customers of an email scam.
The City of Red Deer is looking for your input in identifying how data and connected technology could improve the lives of Red Deerians through the Federal Governments Smart Cities Challenge.
There will be a special Red Deer City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 20 in Council Chambers.
City Council wants to hear from residents on community safety issues and police priorities.
Culture Café encourages Red Deerians to help showcase city’s arts, culture, heritage and identity during 2019 Canada Winter Games
The City of Red Deer invites Red Deerians to participate in a Culture Café, a community conversation about plans and opportunities to showcase our city’s arts, culture, heritage and identity during the 2019 Canada Winter Games.
Effective tomorrow, all outdoor rinks are closed for the season due to spring-like temperatures.
A survey is now open for citizens to share their feedback on environmental issues in Red Deer, as part of the Environmental Master Plan refresh.
Municipal infrastructure funding retained but local health and social infrastructure needs not met in this provincial budget
Yesterday’s provincial budget announcement means Red Deer will continue to see municipal infrastructure funding for three more years, but it does not fully address regional requests for health and social infrastructure.
Volunteers are wanted to survey persons experiencing homelessness in Red Deer to gather key information as part of the 2018 Point in Time (PIT) Count & Survey.
Following 43 years in public service including 11 years in his current position, City Manager Craig Curtis has announced his intention to retire.
A survey seeking input on rules in Red Deer related to the legalization of cannabis is posted to The City’s website, and citizens are encouraged to go online and tell us what you think.
Citizens are invited to an open house to learn more about The City’s planned pickleball facility and the proposed locations for the development.
Residents are encouraged to participate in Green Deer 2018, an annual city cleanup that starts on Monday, April 2 and runs until Sunday, June 3.