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Moving to Red Deer County
Red Deer County offers some of the highest quality of life found anywhere in the world. However, life in the country is different in a number of ways from life in the city. Rural governments normally provide a different type of service than that provided in urban areas. The following information is provided to help you make an educated and informed decision when choosing to purchase or develop land outside the boundaries of incorporated cities, towns or villages.
Water, Sewer, and Garbage Utility Charges, Setup Pre-Authorized Payments, and discover your local Gas & Power Providers.
Discover Fire Station Locations, Fire Districts, Fire Inspections information, Volunteer Opportunities, and Emergency Preparedness information.
Learn about your Property Taxes & Assessment, discover Payment Options, and setup Pre-Authorized Payments.
There are over 3,000 kilometers of roads in Red Deer County. After a heavy snowfall or strong winds, the County puts a high priority on getting out there to clear roads in an efficient and fair manner.
Garbage & Recycling Facilities
Discover Waste Facility Locations & Hours, Fees, and Acceptable & Non-Acceptable Materials.
Meet The Council
Comprised of a Mayor and six Councillors with one Councillor elected from each ward/division. Each Council member serves a four-year term.
*Contact your School Division for Bus Information
- Chinook’s Edge School Division (public system)
- Red Deer Catholic Regional School Division
- Post Secondary Education at Red Deer College