Building permits decreased in February, despite an equal number of permits issued.
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The City of Red Deer will see minimal short-term impacts from Provincial budget, more information needed to understand community impact
Based on the Provincial budget released yesterday, The City is confident that there will be minimal short-term impacts to the approved City budgets.
Starting Friday, March 5, a portion of the south bank trail from Taylor Drive to CPR Pedestrian Bridge, adjacent to the Water Treatment Plant, will close temporarily for construction.
Changes to Land Use Bylaw and new development permit being considered to continue operating temporary shelter
At Monday’s meeting, Council will consider an amendment to the Land Use Bylaw and a site exception to consider continuation of the temporary shelter in Cannery Row.
The southeast section of the walking trail at Three Mile Bend will be closed from March 2 and 3, as crews perform work in the area.
Memorandum of Understanding signed to work towards a permanent integrated emergency shelter in Red Deer
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Province of Alberta and The City of Red Deer has been finalized, bringing us one-step closer to having a permanent integrated shelter in Red Deer.
Tomorrow, The City of Red Deer will be closely watching the Provincial budget to find out how it will affect municipal financial sustainability and the economic recovery of the community.
Over the last several weeks, the number of active COVID-19 cases in Red Deer continue to rise.
An extension of The City’s municipal face covering bylaw was approved by City Council this afternoon.
Booking applications are now being accepted for groups wanting to book Red Deer’s recreation spaces, pools and community spaces for the upcoming fall and winter 2021/2022 season.
Building permit values decreased in January, despite an overall increase in the number of permits issued.
Following a review of updated provincial guidelines announced on February 6 for child and youth team and school sports, some City recreation facilities will open for rental use.
On Saturday, the provincial government announced changes to restrictions for children’s team and school sports.
An extension of The City’s municipal face covering bylaw was considered by City Council tonight with third reading scheduled to come back for consideration before March 1, 2021, at a future City Council meeting.
Ross Street at 40 Avenue will be closed Monday for most of the day as RDES and ATCO crews work to repair an underground natural gas leak.