A special city council meeting will occur on Tuesday, January 31, 2023, with City Council discussing the future permanent shelter in Red Deer.
Below is a list of recent City of Red Deer news releases. For media inquiries, contact Corporate Communications during regular business hours (Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) via our Media Inquiry Form.
Are you a property owner, developer or business in the downtown? Applications are now open for another intake of the Economic Incentives program.
Two borrowing bylaws, originally approved for first reading On December 12, 2022, have been adjusted and will be brought back for first reading again on Monday.
The City of Red Deer is performing maintenance on a dry storm pond located in Inglewood that will close a portion of the trail on the southeast corner of 40 Avenue and 22 Street behind Inglis Close.
This afternoon, Council heard from 12 people who spoke either for or against the extension of the road alignment at a public hearing in Council Chambers.
Motorists and pedestrians are advised of intermittent traffic disruptions on Highway 11A between Gaetz Avenue and Taylor Drive from mid-January to mid-October 2023
Red Deerians are invited to learn more about our city’s sport heritage via a new digital archives collection that launched today.
Red Deer property owners can expect to receive their 2023 property assessment notices in the mail over the next few days.
Motorists and pedestrians are advised of a road closure at the intersection of westbound Ross (50) Street and 47 Avenue as crews work on underground utility services.
Free temporary parking program ends as major changes to downtown parking infrastructure in Red Deer approach
A program that offered free temporary parking options throughout downtown Red Deer is ending, as scheduled, next week.
Red Deer drivers are advised of an upcoming road closure on 49 Street east of 49 Avenue as crews remove the final crane from the Red Deer Justice Centre construction site.
Building permit values decreased in December, with 49 approved permits valued at $4.5 million, compared with 58 permits issued in December 2021 worth $6.5 million.