Booking applications are now being accepted for groups wanting to book Red Deer’s recreation, pools and community spaces for the upcoming fall and winter 2020/2021 season.
February 2020 News Archive
At this afternoon’s regular Council Meeting, Red Deer City Council passed amendments to the Electric Utility Bylaw, which saw slight rate increases set to take effect March 1.
Building permit values increased significantly in January, despite an overall decrease in the number of permits issued.
A new funding program has launched in Red Deer to support downtown development projects.
At the February 3, 2020 regular Council Meeting, Red Deer City Council endorsed the 2020-2024 housing and homeless services funding allocations as recommended by the Community Housing Advisory Board (CHAB).
Almost everyone in the city is impacted by our unpredictable winter weather and there are no perfect solutions to managing snow and ice.
The Red Deer & District Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) Board is now accepting funding applications for preventative social programs.
At this afternoon’s regular Council Meeting, Red Deer City Council passed amendments to the Utility Bylaw which will see a slight rate increase set to take effect March 1.
With the speech from the throne and provincial budget anticipated this month, Red Deer City Council and administration will listen closely for some key items around justice, health, social and general municipal infrastructure.
Motorists should be aware of a multi-day road closure in southeast Red Deer.
A section of trees will be removed from the grove on the north side of the G.H. Dawe Community Centre in preparation for underground utility work.
The Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre is one of the busiest hospitals in Alberta, and is the primary health service provider for our citizens, the regional population, and every Albertan travelling along the central QEII corridor.
Mayor Tara Veer responds to integrated shelter announcement in Provincial Budget on behalf of City Council
“Today’s Provincial budget stated “The government commits $7 million in the 2020 Capital Plan for the Red Deer Integrated Emergency Shelter to address the urgent need for a larger, more functional and integrated shelter to accommodate the current demand...
Significant investment in Red Deer’s social and health infrastructure was realized in the 2020 Provincial Budget with the provincial government allocating $7 million in capital funding for a 24/7 emergency shelter and a commitment of $100 million for expan