During budget deliberations earlier this year, Council approved the 2021 Capital Budget for the G.H. Dawe Community Centre project.
May 2021 News Archive
After two years with The City of Red Deer and more than 30 years in public and private sectors, City Manager Allan Seabrooke announced his intention to retire effective May 21, 2021.
Building permit values continued to rise in April, with 123 approved permits valued at $10.3 million, compared with 53 permits issued in April 2020 worth just over $16 million.
Acts of kindness and caring are happening throughout our city. They’re lead by organizations, small business owners, individuals and families - Red Deerians who understand we need to support each other through this difficult time.
“Today, Advanced Education Minister Demertios Nicolaides announced Red Deer College will become a polytechnic institution, as a result of a recent post-secondary review process.
Further restrictions are being implemented after the most recent Provincial announcement on May 4, 2021.
At Monday’s City Council meeting, Council will consider approval to implement an electric scooter (e-scooter) pilot project for a two-year term.
Meet the Street organizers are creating a weekend filled with downtown attractions for all to enjoy.
Kick it to the Curb returns to Red Deer this weekend providing residents the opportunity to find a new home for unwanted and unused items.
Red Deer property owners can expect to receive their 2021 property tax notices in their mailboxes and inboxes soon as The City is sending them out today.
At today’s City Council meeting, Council approved the implementation a two-year electric scooter (e-scooter) pilot project to start this summer, with no limits on the number of companies or e-Scooters that can participate.
City Council made multiple Land Use Bylaw amendments today to cut back on red tape and offer additional opportunities for local businesses.
Starting Wednesday, May 12, a portion of the trail at Three Mile Bend will be closed to pedestrians as crews work to repair a damaged power pole.
Tonight at their Special Meeting, Council approved a stronger legal agreement as well as short and long-term financial support for Westerner Park.
The City of Red Deer has been working hard to plan for the eventual return of modified summer programming amid the on-going COVID-19 pandemic.
Council is seeking public feedback on the Land Use Bylaw amendment that would allow the interim shelter to continue operating at its current location until May 31, 2022.
Red Deer’s early commuters will be pleased to know transit service will return to a 5 a.m. start for most routes next week.
Work to upgrade the reservoir pumping station in Mountview is underway for the month of May and possibly extending into early June.
Red Deer drivers should expect delays along 32 Street east of Gaetz Avenue between May 25 and June 4.
Red Deer drivers should expect delays along 60 Street between 52 Avenue and 54 Avenue on May 25 and 27.
Red Deer drivers are advised of a road closure at the intersection of Ross Street and 40 Avenue starting at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, May 28 until 6:00 a.m. on Monday, May 31.
Red Deer drivers are advised of an emergency road closure at 43 Street between Spruce Drive and 49 Avenue due to a water leak in the area. As a result of the water leak, the Rotary Park parking lot is also closed.
At the end of day today, City Manager Allan Seabrooke officially retires, which means a shift in leadership at The City of Red Deer.
The Kiwanis Picnic Park gazebo, adjacent parking lot and some of the surrounding area will be closed to the public on May 25 and 26 as crews will have large equipment working in the area.
Three municipal masking bylaws will go in front of Council next week as the expiration date approaches.
Following a public hearing on May 25, during their regular meeting, City Council will get an update on the site selection process for the interim shelter and consider four recommendations surrounding the current location.
A Special Council Meeting will be held on May 26 at 1:30 p.m. to continue the consideration of Land Use Bylaw amendments relating to the interim shelter following the closure of the Public Hearing tonight.
At their regular meeting, Council approved the extension to all three of the face covering bylaws in Red Deer.
A short term extension to allow operations of the interim shelter at Cannery Row until September 30, 2021 was approved by Council today following a Public Hearing.
“It is with great sadness that we mourn the passing of former Mayor of Red Deer, Robert (Bob) McGhee.
The traffic signal at the intersection of 67 Street and 52 Avenue will temporarily turned off on Sunday, May 30, starting at 5:30 a.m. as crews complete signal upgrades.
On May 26, 2021, the provincial government released a three phased plan to reopening, with the first phase beginning on Tuesday, June 1.
Flags at half mast for the 215 children whose remains were found at the Kamloops Residential Schools
Flags at all City of Red Deer facilities are at half mast as a symbol of mourning for the 215 children whose remains were found at the Kamloops Residential School over the weekend.