The City of Red Deer – Future Animal Bylaw

Pets are important to Red Deerians, and The City wants to ensure the safety of not only those pets, but all residents. There have been discussions over the years about cats, and other pets/animals that residents may have, or would consider keeping on their property.

This public participation process is to hear from residents about what animals they would like The City to consider regulating, and garner feedback on implementing an animal bylaw.

Once The City is able to gather feedback this spring around a potential animal bylaw, administration will review and use the thoughts and ideas of residents to build a draft bylaw for Councils review and approval.

Social Pinpoint is ensuring The City of Red Deer can facilitate a rich conversation with their community to help understand key concerns and insights.

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Jacksonville Landing Design Competition

The Downtown Investment Authority and the City’s Parks Department want a minimum 4.5-acre facility at the Downtown riverfront site (former Landing site). After a competitive