Red Deer City Council

Red Deer city council hopes to keep tax hike to 2.5% next year

Four years of recession mean hard decisions lie ahead for council

Canadian Finals Rodeo is worth another $50,000, Red Deer city council decides

Red Deer city council follows the county in investing in the annual rodeo

Red Deer city councillors are on a mission to change Quebec’s stance against pipelines

Quebec City conference is allowing opportunity for discussions

Ducklings make a splash at Red Deer school

G. H. Dawe School students care for baby ducks

Red Deer’s proposed new fireworks bylaw goes back to the drawing board

It won’t be passed before Canada Day, but explosives sales are still restricted

Red Deer city council wants province to pay entire clean-up cost for needle debris

Council’s resolution will hopefully be supported by other municipalities at next AUMA meeting

  • May 27, 2019

Nail salon approved for Red Deer’s Heritage Plaza

Salon considered complementary to other businesses

Six Red Deer city councillors will use Quebec conference as opportunity to lobby for pipelines

Mayor and three councillors won’t attend FCM — but not because of Medicine Hat boycott

Red Deer will have a new city manager as of May 13

Allan Seabrooke, of Peterborough, Ont., was unanimously hired by council

Red Deer’s ‘Shoestring Warehouse’ to wean itself off government grants

Charity that provides furniture for former homeless people intent on self-sufficiency

C & E Trail property owner wants to use land as RV storage yard

Red Deer city council gives initial approval

Two contentious Red Deer land rezonings are moved ahead by city council

Gunn Street and 51 Street land rezonings discussed

Red Deer mayor wants to discuss status of projects promised before the election with new UCP government

A new homeless shelter and start on Red Deer hospital expansion were promised by New Democrats

Free voluntary bike registration app coming to Red Deer this spring

The system has reduced thefts by as much as 55 per cent in B.C.