Red Deer was recognized as an Alberta parks and recreation leader as local organizations won three separate awards at the annual Alberta Recreation & Parks Association (ARPA) conference last month in Lake Louise.
November 2019 News Archive
Building permit values were down in October, despite an increase in the total number of permits issued.
An apartment building in Red Deer serves as a reminder to property owners to ensure the safety of tenants by complying with the Fire Code and the Safety Codes Act.
A fall food drive held during Small Business Week raised $120 and 110 lbs of food for Central Alberta.
As part of the Wildfire Management Program, The City of Red Deer Parks section will be working along the lower trail at Heritage Ranch this fall. Work will begin in the area on Tuesday, November 12, with completion expected around mid-December, 2019.
Applications are now being accepted for new members of the Central Alberta Regional Assessment Review Board (RARB). This board is responsible for issuing decisions on complaints related to property assessments across central Alberta.
The cause of two power outages in several neighbourhoods in northeast Red Deer has been determined.
Red Deer City Council passed a resolution that will share 50 per cent of the costs associated with road closures in the downtown related to special event permits. This is contingent on approval during the operating budget review in January 2020.
A new approach to reviewing and adjusting City Council and exempt staff salaries is in place after City Council approved a new and revised a previous policy at today’s meeting.
With only a week and a half to go until Rogers Hometown Hockey rolls into Red Deer, excitement is building for the weekend long festival of all things hockey.
After two days of deliberations, City Council approved a $177.4 million Capital Budget for 2020.
Red Deer City Council will be presented with the principles and concepts that guided the development of a new Vehicles for Hire Bylaw during the regular Council Meeting on Monday, November 25, 2019.
Red Deerians can prepare to sign up for winter recreation and culture activities with the release of the Activity Guide next week.
Motorists should be aware of a series of road closures in downtown Red Deer during the Rogers Hometown Hockey celebration at the Gary W. Harris Celebration Plaza.
Motorists should be aware of two road closures on 43 street which may result in traffic delays.
Today the Systems Leadership Team (SLT), a group of community leaders working collaboratively on a coordinated approach to broad community safety issues, announced their “Top 6 in 6” – the priorities they will be focusing on in the next six months.
City Council will discuss the Police Review at a Special Council Meeting on Tuesday, December 3, 2019 beginning at 9:30 a.m.