With a focus on community safety for our community, the recommended 2019 Operating Budget considers the current state of growth, economy, and maintaining quality of life for Red Deerians.
Below is a list of City of Red Deer news releases. Contact Communications & Strategic Planning during regular business hours (Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) at 403-342-8147 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Residents can expect to receive text, email and phone call alerts on Thursday as The City runs a test of their emergency notification system, Notify Red Deer.
Exempt staff will see a 1 per cent increase in their salary, effective January 1, 2018, after City Council approved the adjustment at tonight’s City Council meeting.
Nearly 220 toys were collected through the annual Toys for Tickets program this year and delivered to the Red Deer Christmas Bureau.
The City of Red Deer is seeking visual artists to participate in the Store Front Galleries initiative in downtown Red Deer during the 2019 Canada Winter Games, February 15 to March 3, 2019.
Red Deerians will be able to lace up their skates and visit an outdoor rink next week.
The Recreation Centre will be closed for annual maintenance starting Monday, December 10 until Tuesday, January 1.
Total year-to-date building permit values remain higher than those in 2017, however values for November were less than those in November 2017.
The City’s Revenue and Assessment Services department is warning customers of an email scam.
RPC gift cards can be used for a variety of programs and services with The City of Red Deer, making them an ideal option for any age, interest or ability this Christmas.
Skate sharpening services will return to Kinsmen Community Arenas, 5 McIntosh Avenue, in early December, 2018.
People who got parking tickets between November 1 and 30 can drop off a toy at City Hall instead of paying for the ticket through The City of Red Deer’s Toys for Tickets program.
Public Works is inviting the community to help load a loader with donations of new and gently used, clean winter coats and mittens at the Snow and Ice Celebration on Saturday.
The City of Red Deer is getting set to make mobile payments available on a trial basis at some downtown lots.
The federal government’s decision to eliminate tax exemptions for all elected officials across Canada takes effect in 2019; therefore, Red Deer City Council approved an adjustment to their gross salaries to preserve current net pay.
Turning Point is one step closer to relocating their operations and providing supervised consumption services (SCS) at 5233 54 Avenue, after City Council approved an application to amend the Land Use Bylaw for the proposed location, at today’s City Council
Building permits continued to rise in October, with values more than double those in October 2017.
Red Deerians can prepare to sign up for winter recreation and culture activities with the release of the Activity Guide next week.
The Monday, November 26, 2018 Regular Council Meeting will begin at 1 p.m. It is anticipated that Council will commence deliberations on Land Use Bylaw 3357/RR-2018
The boil water advisory for the West Park and West Lake neighbourhoods was lifted after multiple clear samples and consultation with Alberta Health Services.
City Council approved a $121 million capital budget this evening after two days of deliberation.
Red Deer’s winter celebrations will continue with an outdoor Snow and Ice Celebration on Saturday, December 1 at Red Deer Civic Yards.
Open call for musicians, storytellers and performers to participate in the 2019 Canada Winter Games downtown activations
The City of Red Deer is holding an open call for musical acts, performers and storytellers to provide entertainment in City Hall Park and other downtown locations during the 2019 Canada Winter Games, February 15 to March 2, 2019.
City Council hears from public on amendments related to proposed site for supervised consumption services
City Council heard from approximately 29 citizens at a public hearing about a land use bylaw amendment for a proposed future supervised consumption services site at 5233 54 Avenue, near the existing Safe Harbour site.
City Council ratified a new three-year collective agreement with the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Local 417, at its November 13, 2018 meeting.