Building permit values have increased in October, with 73 approved permits valued at $4.2 million, compared with 113 permits issued in October 2020 worth $5.2 million.
November 2021 News Archive
Today at the organization meeting of Council, the new City Council appointed both Council and public members to the 10 Council Committees, Boards and Commissions.
Red Deer drivers are advised of an unplanned traffic disruption today at 4614 50 Street as crews work to repair a water leak in the area.
The Corridor Community Gallery invites exhibition proposals from individual artists and groups representing diverse artistic practices and experience levels.
A public survey is now open for Red Deerians to share what they love about downtown Red Deer and their vision for the future of downtown.
The Emergency Advisory Committee of Council passed a motion to renew the State of Local Emergency (SOLE) for up to 90 days, which takes it up to February 15, 2022. The SOLE, originally declared on September 17, is in response to the continued impact COVID-
Construction on the 300 Level (main floor) of the former Intermediate School, 5205 48 Avenue, will prevent access to elevators starting Monday, November 8.
Seasonal changes to Green Cart collection will start on November 15 as Green Carts shift to every other week collection.
Red Deer drivers are advised of a road closure on Wednesday, November 10 on 67 Street west bound between 52 Avenue and Nagel Avenue as crews complete work on the power lines.
The City of Red Deer is improving pedestrian safety by installing Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacons or RRFB’s in five new locations this month.
The Alberta Government has updated the vaccine record requirements for the Restrictions Exemption Program.
As part of the Wildfire Management Program, The City of Red Deer’s Parks section will be working along forested areas of Pines and Barrett Park Escarpment this fall.
This year, Red Deer Lights the Night means not just lighting up one night, but many.
Council gave administration the go ahead to work with the Government of Alberta on what the future permanent emergency housing project will look like in Red Deer. During their regular meeting, Council brought former in camera decisions...
Red Deerians, we need your help in shaping how fitness programs are delivered at the new G.H. Dawe Community Centre.
The City of Red Deer invites practicing artists (including artist teams) to apply for an Artist Pre-Qualification for a new public art project at the Emergency Services Headquarters (HQ) facility, located at 4340 32 Street.
The City of Red Deer received strong support from other municipalities to advocate to the Government of Alberta and the Minister of Health to undertake an independent third-party review of the Alberta Health Services (AHS) emergency ambulance dispatch at t
Red Deer drivers are advised of a traffic disruption on Sunday, November 21 at the intersection of 67 Street and Gaetz (50) avenue as crews complete work on the traffic lights.
Undertow – women I’ve known, a series of mixed media portraits by Susan Delaney is the newest exhibition presented at the Viewpoint Gallery.
The City’s Waste Management Team is delivering reusable recycling bags and recycling information to multi-family properties to help residents better use the recycling program.
Red Deer drivers are advised of a traffic disruption on 50 Avenue northbound from 37 Street to 43 Street as crews replace guardrails.
On Monday, The City’s employee immunization policy takes full effect with proof of vaccination or proof of negative rapid antigen testing required, per the timelines outlined in The City’s Covid-19 Employee Immunization Policy implemented on October 5, 202
The City of Red Deer invites practicing artists to submit their portfolios to the first stage of a public art competition for the recently renovated Intermediate School, 5205 48 Avenue.
Last year, during budget deliberations, Council approved multi-year capital and operating budgets for 2021 and 2022.
The 2022 capital and operating budgets, with adjustments, were approved today by City Council, while continuing to meet the zero per cent tax increase guideline set in 2020.
The City Council Special Meeting scheduled for Monday, November 29 is recessed until 1 p.m. on Wednesday, December 1.