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Volunteer Greater Fredericton, United Way, Centre communautaire Sainte-Anne, and the Age-Friendly Committee of the City of Fredericton have joined together to offer a new online volunteer matching

The Fredericton City Centre Street Design Manual has been presented to members of the City’s Development Committee, for review and consideration, with the recommendation that it be forwarded to Cit

In an effort to reduce vehicle collisions and improve neighbourhood safety, the Fredericton Police Force in collaboration with the City of Fredericton’s engineering division, are recommending that

The City of Fredericton reminds the public of the following hours of operation for Family Day.

In an effort to reduce vehicle collisions and improve neighbourhood safety, the Fredericton Police Force in collaboration with the City of Fredericton’s engineering division, are recommending that

The City of Fredericton, as part of its renewable energy strategy, has installed solar panels at Killarney Lake Lodge. The installation is in partnership with the NB Power Net Metering Program.

The City of Fredericton is pleased to announce that the 2018 Transit Fare Assistance Program has been able to provide regular single-ride and Para Transit tickets to 35 community agencies or progra

The City of Fredericton is inviting members of the public and all-wheel sport enthusiasts to provide feedback on a proposed alternate site for a new All-Wheel Sport Plaza next to Willie O’Ree Place

In an effort to promote transparency and in the public interest, Fredericton Police Chief Leanne Fitch wants to share the findings of the Police Commission's investigation report on an Official Lan

The City of Fredericton is pleased to announce a partnership with the YMCA of Fredericton to explore the development of a new competitive indoor pool, field house and multi-purpose space for the re

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“Don’t let your recyclables go to waste.” That’s the message contained in the City of Fredericton’s household, curbside recycling campaign launched last fall.

In the fall of 2017, Fredericton City Council agreed to take a leadership role in finding a solution for a new aquatic centre for the region.

The City of Fredericton and consultants from Stantec have announced the full schedule for Fredericton Transit’s Idea Bus, a mobile engagement tool to be parked outside major points of attraction th

After an extensive public consultation process, the City of Fredericton has released its

The City of Fredericton has announced details and plans for public consultation as part of a Strategic Plan for Fredericton Transit, a project that aims to make transit services more effective and

The forecast for the next  2 days is calling for rain and temperatures well above seasonal.  The City of Fredericton crews are working to prepare for a significant amount of rain and melting snow 

In celebration of Fredericton’s own Willie O’Ree breaking the NHL colour barrier 60 years ago, Mayor Mike O’Brien and City Council invite the public to a free skate on Thursday, January 18 from 3:3

On Sunday January 7, 2018, members of Fredericton Police Force‘s primary response team responded to a service call at a northside residence.

Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 City of Fredericton Arts, Culture and Heritage Funding Program.

Today’s winter snowstorm has resulted in the closure of a variety of City of Fredericton operations.

The City of Fredericton is now accepting applications from community groups and agencies interested in participating in the City’s 2018 Transit Fare Assistance Program.

The City of Fredericton has recognized seven local development projects at its annual Development Awards held in the Council Chambers.  Awards went to two projects commended for their architectural

The City of Fredericton will host two public events to celebrate the holidays.   Join us for a New Year’s Eve family celebration on December 31st, 2017 and a Family Levee and Free Skate on January