Starting today, interested e-scooter companies can visit www.reddeer.ca/escooter to find information on how to submit a business license application to become one of the approved e-scooter companies to participate in Red Deer’s pilot program.
The City is seeking residents, business owners, staff and students of the downtown for a new committee geared toward developing a new downtown identity plan.
A new set of traffic signals has been installed along 22 Street at the entrance to the East Hill Shopping Centre.
Starting today, developers and property owners in Red Deer can apply for funding from The City of Red Deer’s Leading Forward Economic Incentives Program.
The Government of Alberta is proceeding with the demolition of the remaining Michener North buildings starting early June.
As part of the site search process for a new location for the interim shelter, The City of Red Deer put out a notice of business opportunity for available lease sites.
As the province heads towards Stage Two of their reopening plan, The City of Red Deer prepares to welcome the community back to recreation, arts and culture facilities.
Starting Thursday, June 10, micro-surfacing work will begin on 30 Avenue between Lees Street and Highway 11/55 Street.
Red Deer property owners have only a few days left to sign up for the Tax Instalment Plan (TIP) before the deadline on June 15.
“The future location for a new therapeutic community in Red Deer was announced today, with the Provincial Government identifying 10 acres of land located in north Red Deer as the future site for the facility.
Drivers should expect delays at the intersection of 49 Avenue and 51 Street this weekend due to traffic signal infrastructure installation.
At approximately 12:45 a.m. on Saturday, June 12, Red Deer Emergency Services crews responded to calls of a house explosion in the Rosedale neighbourhood.
City Council repealed a servicing policy which will see decreased costs and increased flexibility for developers in Red Deer.
Red Deer voters will be able to vote at any station across the City, both during Advanced Vote days and on Election Day in the 2021 Election.
Red Deer City Hall will reopen for utility and tax payments on Monday, June 21, and licensing and permit customer service and payments on July 12.
This Sunday June 20, Red Deerians can enjoy a fantastic Father’s Day in Capstone – Red Deer’s newest riverside community.
Each year, The City of Red Deer is proud to celebrate the hard work and dedication of our staff through the annual Employee Recognition Awards.
Building permit values continued to rise in May, with 107 approved permits valued at just over $14 million, compared with 48 permits issued in May 2020 worth $2.4 million.
Following an extensive search and a call for business opportunity for an alternate location for the temporary emergency shelter, administration received no other new locations and will be recommending to Council another extension to allow the continued ope
Red Deer drivers are advised of road closures in the vicinity of the Red Deer Regional Hospital next week as crews complete catch basin replacements in the area.
On behalf of Red Deer City Council and the citizens we serve, I encourage all Red Deerians to extend recognition and honour to Indigenous Peoples today, and every day, in the spirit of Truth and Reconciliation.
Red Deer drivers are advised of a temporary lane closure along 67 Street between 52 Avenue and Taylor Drive as Electric, Light and Power rebuilds the power line north of 67 Street over the next six months.
Monday, June 21 is recognized nationally and proclaimed in Red Deer by Mayor Tara Veer as National Indigenous Peoples Day.
Today, Red Deer City Council approved Michener North lands as the site for a future multi-use aquatic facility in Red Deer.
Red Deer property owners are reminded the property tax deadline is next week on June 30.
New Regional Collaboration Committee brings increased collaboration between City of Red Deer and Red Deer County
A new committee, transitioned from the Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework Joint Council Committee, was recently convened with the intent to build a stronger Central Alberta region and increase regional benefits.
Red Deer drivers are advised of a road closure at the intersection of Ross Street and 40 Avenue from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 27, 2021.
All three of Red Deer’s face covering bylaws will expire on July 1, in line with the lifting of the provincial mask mandate.
Drivers should expect delays at the intersection of 30 Avenue and 39 Street on Thursday, June 24 as crews replace the traffic cabinet controller.
Red Deer drivers are advised of a temporary road closure along 60 Street between 51 and 54 Avenue and Taylor Drive as crews complete storm utility replacements.
City recreation centres will return to regular operations on July 1, in line with the lifting of most COVID-19 provincial public health measures.
Due to construction, access to the G.H. Dawe Community Centre will be limited this summer, with a full closure planned for August.
Starting Tuesday, July 6, a portion of the south bank trail from Taylor Drive to the CPR Pedestrian Bridge, adjacent to the Water Treatment Plant, will close temporarily for construction.
In response to the extreme heat, The City is reminding residents to keep cool and stay hydrated, and take advantage of City facilities if need be.
Eligible Red Deer voters will soon be able to apply for a Special Ballot to participate in the 2021 Election.
As kids are finishing up the school year and the heat wave is upon us, we are reminding you to stay safe this summer.
Red Deer drivers are advised of a road closure at 47 Street and 51 Avenue next week as crews complete catch basin and manhole replacements.