City Administration is proposing new zoning for Red Deer Polytechnic (formerly Red Deer College) to better provide for the institution’s development and growth in the future.
Red Deer’s new Meet me at the Park program will visit eight neighbourhoods this summer to offer free activities and resources to residents.
It will be easier to make a quick stop at your favourite downtown businesses with free, temporary parking available in 215 street parking stalls.
Red Deer Emergency Services (RDES) are reminding property owners to be vigilant with fire safety after six charges resulted in $19,500 in fines on June 30.
Safe Harbour Society, the organization who operates the temporary emergency shelter located in the Cannery Row building, has submitted an application to extend operations until the permanent shelter is operational, or at a minimum for an additional year (u
As announced on Monday, the Calgary Stampede will be bring ‘The Fireworks Spectacular presented by Bell’ to Red Deer on July 9 at 11 p.m.
Building permit values continued to rise in June, with 167 approved permits valued at $27.5 million, compared with 108 permits issued in June 2020 worth $7.7 million.
Starting Monday, July 12, all payments and customer services provided in-person at City Hall prior to COVID-19 resume.
Drivers should expect delays at the intersection of Boyce Street and Gaetz Avenue on Sunday, July 11, 2021 due to traffic signal infrastructure upgrades.
Red Deer drivers are advised of a traffic disruption on 49 Avenue between 48 and 49 Streets as crews complete road work on Monday, July 12, 2021.
The 2020 Mayor’s Recognition Awards have gone virtual.
As summer draws near, and vaccination rates climb, the Central Alberta regional Mayors and Reeves would like to thank citizens for their perseverance and cooperation throughout the pandemic.
Starting next week, spray parks will once again be popping up in neighbourhoods across the city.
As residents work in their yards and gardens over the summer, they’re reminded that what goes on their lawns – or spills off them – will end up in the Red Deer River, untreated.
The City of Red Deer Water Treatment Plant (WTP) Residuals Management Facility (RMF) has earned Envision® Bronze verification for leadership in sustainable infrastructure.
Smoke from BC wildfires is continuing to cause air quality concerns for Red Deer and much of Alberta. Red Deerians are reminded to take extra precautions for their health and safety.
Red Deer drivers are advised of a road closure on 51 Avenue south of 50 Street as crews replace catch basins and complete paving.
Red Deer drivers are advised of a traffic disruption on 49 Avenue, north of 54 Street as crews perform manhole repairs.
The city of Red Deer has received more than a usual number of complaints about missing or open manhole covers and catch basins and are reminding residents to report such instances if they see them.
Red Deer drivers are advised of a road closure on 51 Avenue south of 50 Street as crews complete paving after catch basin replacement.
Red Deer City Council passed first reading on proposed Municipal Development Plan (MDP) and East Hill Major Area Structure Plan (MASP) changes, which could see two options for a potential Piper Creek crossing to the Bower neighbourhood.
The City of Red Deer is removing the traffic signal at the intersection of 69 Street Drive and 59 Avenue to be replaced with the installation of a Rectangular Rapid Flasher Beacon (RRFB).
Since May, City Council has been actively looking for a new City Manager to lead operations at The City of Red Deer.
Earlier this week, The City began installing new solar-powered lights to illuminate more than 100 transit bus stops across Red Deer.
Following an independent investigation stemming from a complaint received by City Council on April 15, 2021, Councillor Buck Buchanan faces sanctions for breaching Red Deer City Council’s Code of Conduct Bylaw.
Leading Forward Economic Incentives Program supports 72 new residential units in Red Deer’s greater downtown area
Red Deer is adding 72 new residential units to the greater downtown area, resulting from The City’s Leading Forward Economic Incentives Program Council approved this past spring.
Red Deer drivers are advised of a traffic disruption on 32 Street Eastbound and Westbound from Lockwood Avenue to Lawford Avenue as crews complete roadway improvements.
The City is asking residents to exercise fire caution as dry conditions persist, and air quality fluctuates. The current fire danger risk in Red Deer, as identified by Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, is Very High.