Red Deerians will still be able to complete criminal record and vulnerable sector checks online, despite cancellation of the provincial pilot program.
March 2022 News Archive
The City of Red Deer has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) to lease available retail space in the Collicutt Centre.
The City of Red Deer is seeking skilled Canadian mural artists to complete nine new murals in downtown Red Deer as a continuation of the Meet the Street arts and culture initiative.
Red Deerians can prepare to sign up for spring arts and recreation programs next week.
Today, March 4, all remaining outdoor rinks will close for the season.
Public feedback, process and potential next steps related to a future permanent shelter will be considered by City Council during their special meeting on Monday, March 7.
The G.H. Dawe Community Centre will close from May 1-June 25 for construction as part of the on-going G.H. Dawe Community Centre Project.
Xplore Sport Day, Red Deer’s annual celebration of sport, is happening Saturday, May 7, 2022 in conjunction with the annual Red Deer PCN Fun Run.
A broader community strategy to share information and craft solutions in the areas The City has influence on with the permanent shelter will be developed in the coming month.
With spring officially on its way, temporary road bans throughout the city will come into effect starting 7 a.m. on Monday, March 14. Road bans are in place for trucks to prevent serious damage to roads during spring thaw.
A new grant program aiming to provide post-pandemic relief and recovery support for local arts, culture, heritage, recreation, and sport organizations in Red Deer launches today.
Today, City Council passed first reading of an updated Procedure Bylaw that will improve the efficiency of Council meetings, increase transparency of meeting processes, and emphasize the importance of the health and wellness of all meeting participants.
The internal immunization policy that applies to all City of Red Deer staff is suspended starting today.
In January, an immunization policy that applies to members of City Council and volunteers appointed to Council boards and committees was approved. The policy was designed to mirror that of our City staff, to ensure we were all in alignment.
Nominations for young athletes are being sought by The City of Red Deer for the Rising Sport Stars awards program.
Once again, non-profit groups are invited to apply for funding through The City of Red Deer’s Community Recreation Enhancement Grant.
Free temporary parking returns to 215 stalls in Red Deer, offering easier access to downtown businesses for the remainder of 2022.
Members of Council and limited City staff will be back in Council Chambers for the meeting on Monday, March 28.
Guidelines for administration to build the 2023 and 2024 budgets will be considered by Council on Monday.
March is national Fraud Prevention Month and the Red Deer RCMP is encouraging residents to prevent fraud and identity theft by shredding confidential documents.
Red Deer, it’s time to recognize our community’s outstanding citizens. Nominations are now open for the Mayor’s Recognition Awards.
City Council approved $95,000 in sponsorship funding for three events slated for Red Deer this and next year.
Property taxes, user fees and charges, operating and capital reserves and utility rates were all discussed during the budget guidelines item at Council today.
Environmental Services is working in parts of Vanier East and Laredo in response to a spill of gasoline that has entered the stormwater system.
Starting April 4, 2022, Green Carts will shift back to weekly collection as seasonal yard waste increases.
The outdoor track at the Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School (LTCHS) has sustained damage and is therefore temporarily closed for surface repairs and maintenance.