Red Deer City Council

Concept images of an aquatic centre, as seen on the walls of the Red Deer Recreation Centre. (Advocate file photo).

Red Deer city councillors fear the deficit will be decreased on the backs of municipalities

Aquatic Centre and other building projects could be put on hold

Concept images of an aquatic centre, as seen on the walls of the Red Deer Recreation Centre. (Advocate file photo).
More policing resources are being requested to increase public safety in Red Deer’s downtown. (Advocate file photo).
More policing resources are being requested to increase public safety in Red Deer’s downtown. (Advocate file photo).
Allan Seabrooke, Red Deer’s city manager. (Contributed photo).

Red Deer to change its budgeting process with an eye to the future

City is moving towards multi-year budgeting

Allan Seabrooke, Red Deer’s city manager. (Contributed photo).
Red Deer Fire Chief Ken McMullen. (Advocate file photo.)

Red Deer’s fireworks bylaw gets initial approval

The city has been without pyrotechnic rules since April

Red Deer Fire Chief Ken McMullen. (Advocate file photo.)
Black Press file photo.

Tourism-boosting strategy approved for Red Deer

City to partner with Tourism Red Deer and surrounding regions to increase visitors

Black Press file photo.
A four-plex on 59th Avenue in Red Deer. (Photo from www.instantstreetview.com).

Inconsistent zoning on Red Deer street prompts review

Some higher density developments on 59th Avenue are not in compliance

A four-plex on 59th Avenue in Red Deer. (Photo from www.instantstreetview.com).
Downtown Red Deer. (Advocate file photo).
Downtown Red Deer. (Advocate file photo).
RCMP Supt. Gerald Grobmeier presents his crime statistics to Red Deer city council. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).

Crime in Red Deer has risen from 2018, police commander tells council

Supt. Grobmeier is encouraged that second quarter is better than the first

RCMP Supt. Gerald Grobmeier presents his crime statistics to Red Deer city council. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).
(Red Deer Advocate file photo)

More RCMP resources recommended for Red Deer’s downtown and other priorities

City council to consider where to designate three additional officers

(Red Deer Advocate file photo)
File photo by ADVOCATE staff                                The city’s waste management superintendent, Janet Whitesell, told city council all residents should be treated the same, so her department is proposing the city supply and pick up all waste for multi-family residential units.

Garbage changes proposed for Red Deer apartments and industries

Multi-residential complexes could eventually get organics collection

File photo by ADVOCATE staff                                The city’s waste management superintendent, Janet Whitesell, told city council all residents should be treated the same, so her department is proposing the city supply and pick up all waste for multi-family residential units.
(Advocate file photo).                                (Advocate file photo).

Red Deer extends time frame for next annexation

In eight months, more will be known about the economy and city’s growth prospects

(Advocate file photo).                                (Advocate file photo).
City of Red Deer looks at replacing, enhancing wetlands within city limits

City of Red Deer looks at replacing, enhancing wetlands within city limits

Too late or better than never? Naturalists debate the merits

City of Red Deer looks at replacing, enhancing wetlands within city limits
(Advocate file photo).

Red Deer land parcel straddling two municipalities creates dilemma

City and county must reach agreeemnt on who will oversee initial subdivision

(Advocate file photo).
(Advocate file photo).

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

(Advocate file photo).
Red Deer city councillors are hopeful provincial review will point to need for local drug treatment centre
Red Deer city councillors are hopeful provincial review will point to need for local drug treatment centre
Canadian Finals Rodeo is worth another $50,000, Red Deer city council decides

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

Canadian Finals Rodeo is worth another $50,000, Red Deer city council decides
Red Deer Councillor Dianne Wyntjes is in Quebec, talking about pipelines and the need for the equitable distribution of Canadian resources. (Advocate file photo).

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

Quebec City conference is allowing opportunity for discussions

Red Deer Councillor Dianne Wyntjes is in Quebec, talking about pipelines and the need for the equitable distribution of Canadian resources. (Advocate file photo).
Grade 6, 7 and 9 Foundations class at G. H. Dawe Community School built a water slide for eight ducklings under the care of the school. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

Ducklings make a splash at Red Deer school

G. H. Dawe School students care for baby ducks

Grade 6, 7 and 9 Foundations class at G. H. Dawe Community School built a water slide for eight ducklings under the care of the school. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Lighting fireworks in a residential area is just not a smart idea. (Photo submitted)

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

Lighting fireworks in a residential area is just not a smart idea. (Photo submitted)
Red Deer city council wants province to pay entire clean-up cost for needle debris

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