Nominated by the Commanding Officer of 41 Signal Regiment, and signed off by the Minister of National Defence; The City of Red Deer congratulates Mayor Tara Veer on her recent appointment to Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel by the Canadian Armed Forces in recog
December 2020 News Archive
Today during budget deliberations, Council approved the 2021 Capital Budget for $218.7 million...
The operating budgets for 2021 and 2022 are now approved following budget deliberations today.
Outdoor Community Rinks, Bower Ponds and Setters Outdoor Ice Oval are ready for use with some restrictions
Parks and Recreation staff have been busy getting outdoor rinks ready for the winter season, and starting tonight all neighbourhood outdoor rink locations and Bower Ponds will be ready for use.
Today, Council finished the multi-year budget and plan deliberations for both operating and capital as scheduled.
City Council formally offers the Government of Alberta for The City of Red Deer to fund emergency ambulance dispatch in Red Deer
City Council and The City of Red Deer remain opposed to the Government of Alberta’s decision to consolidate emergency ambulance dispatch and remove local municipal dispatch from Red Deer, Calgary, Lethbridge and the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo...
Future multi-use aquatic facility location narrowed to Rotary Recreation site and Michener North lands
A future multi-use aquatic facility in Red Deer will be located at either the Rotary Recreation site or Michener North lands, after City Council narrowed down potential sites at today’s regular City Council meeting...
Motorists and pedestrians are advised of a prolonged disruption on the south side of 49 Street from the Sorenson Station parking exit to 48 Avenue and on the west side of 48 Avenue between 48 Street and 49 Street.
Yesterday, the Government of Alberta announced new mandatory province-wide restrictions aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19.
Due to a recent rise in destructive garage fires, Red Deer Emergency Services is offering important tips to keep your garage, and ultimately your home, safe.
With the current frost penetration, temporary road bans are lifted throughout the city starting at 7:00 a.m. on Monday, December 14, 2020.
The City is reminding residents that tomorrow is the last day for in-person customer services offerings at the downtown Recreation Centre.
Building permit applications increased in quantity and value in November. Total permit values continue to rise over the previous year, rising from $114.7 million from January to November 2019 to $254.7 million during the same period in 2020.
Beginning this week, the customer service hours at the downtown Red Deer RCMP detachment (4602 – 51 Ave) will change.
Though the holidays may look different this year, cooking and baking traditions are likely to continue in homes across Red Deer.
A major rehabilitation project to repair multiple elements of the culvert at Piper Creek and 32 Street is nearing completion.
The City of Red Deer, the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo and the City of Lethbridge have each formally offered the Provincial Government to pay to keep EMS dispatch local in their respective communities.
Cart collection schedules have been adjusted for residents with Friday cart collection to accommodate the Christmas Day and New Year’s Day statutory holidays, which both fall on a Friday this year.
In response to recent changes to public health restrictions, Red Deer Transit will operate with reduced hours and frequency beginning Sunday, December 20.
On behalf of our community and fellow Canadians, welcome players, coaches and officials participating in the 2020/2021 IIHF World Junior Championship.
City crews are gearing up to start Snow Zone Plowing and residents are reminded to move their vehicles off the street.