Red Deer Emergency Services (RDES) responded to a residential fire which destroyed two homes in Kentwood Sunday morning.
October 2020 News Archive
It is the day transit riders have been waiting for: on Sunday October 4, the new transit system will shift to full service capacity.
"The City of Red Deer and local RCMP are aware that demonstrations are scheduled in our community over the weekend.
October 4 - 10 is Fire Prevention Week, and Red Deer Emergency Services want to remind you to keep fire safety in mind when things are heating up in the kitchen.
Parking fees at downtown meters will be adjusted to a new time, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (currently 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.).
Toys for Tickets, The City’s annual donation collection program which supports the Red Deer Christmas Bureau, has been changed for 2020, in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community.
Power outages are expected as Red Deer City workers work to fix a power pole damaged in a vehicle collision this morning.
At today’s regularly scheduled City Council meeting, Council reaffirmed their request that the Minister of Health reverse Alberta Health Services’ decision to consolidate ambulance dispatch.
In response to citizen complaints related to noisy vehicles, The City of Red Deer conducted a six-day enforcement pilot last month to help curb the issue.
Ross Street Patio will remain open this winter, as a new pilot project launched by The City of Red Deer.
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
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
After consulting with the community, City Council has set their policing priorities for the next two years. The priorities were formally adopted at today’s regular Council meeting and will be implemented by the Red Deer RCMP.
On September 10, Council gave first reading to a report regarding the future of Molly Banister Drive extension...
The City of Red Deer’s annual tree trimming program will begin on November 2, 2020. This work includes trimming trees that are encroaching onto City-owned power lines.
Applications are now being accepted for new members of the Central Alberta Regional Assessment Review Board (RARB).
A portion of the south bank trail from Taylor Drive to CPR Pedestrian Bridge, adjacent to the water treatment plant, will remain closed until November 16, 2020 to allow for completion of in-river work.
The transformation of Capstone took a significant leap forward today, with the announcement of the first sale of land, triggering approximately $36 million of multi-family residential development.
Traffic signals at 67 Street and Taylor Drive will flash red Sunday morning as City crews work to replace a traffic light structure.
As we find new ways to participate in Halloween, City Council wishes everyone a safe and fun weekend and encourage us all to do our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
On Monday, City Council will receive a presentation on how the Westerner Exhibition Association (WEA) can move forward.