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Fredericton’s annual “Doors Open” event will take place Sunday, September 22 from 1 to 4 pm with 18 buildings of historic and cultural interest opening their doors to the public for free guided and

The Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge will close on Wednesday, Sept. 18 for a deck replacement announced earlier this year.

The Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival has returned for another year. Please note the following street closures from Thursday, Sept. 12 at 6:30pm to Sunday, Sept. 15 at 5pm: 

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

The City of Fredericton will roll out the red carpet on Thursday, September 5, 2019 to herald the annual return of students to the University of New Brunswick, St.

Applications for funding from local non-profit organizations who want to help make Fredericton a more livable and economically viable community are now being accepted as part of the City of Frederi

The Officers’ Square revitalization project will move forward later this fall, now that the City of Fredericton has received all required final heritage and archeological approvals and permits from

As parking lot improvements wrap up, there will be reduced parking this weekend in the York Street Carpark.

A new neighbourhood park plan outlines the creation of a natural play area filled with opportunities for year-round outdoor activity.

Fun activities and a chance to connect with a variety of recreation/leisure groups in time for fall are just some of things you can expect at Fredrec Fest, a recreational jamboree, on August 24 fro

Starting Sunday, the annual maintenance closure of the popular Fredericton Indoor Pool will help prepare it for another busy year of use.

The climate crisis is driving extreme weather events in communities from coast to coast to coast.

Four people were arrested following a call for service on Hawkins Street on Fredericton’s Northside on Wednesday, August 14, 2019.

The Officers’ Square revitalization project will be subject to both a formal archeological study and consultations with First Nations, City staff reported to Council today.

The City of Fredericton invites the public to bring greetings on August 14 to the crew of HMCS Fredericton who will make a visit to the city.

On August 10, 2018, we lost Bobbi-Lee Wright, Donnie Robichaud, Cst. Sara Burns, and Cst. Robb Costello in a horrible act of violence.

To the residents of Fredericton:

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

After a commendable five-year career with the Fredericton Police Force, police service dog Endzo will retire on July 31, 2019.

New funding will help the City of Fredericton address the risks of a changing climate.

Just in time for the August long weekend, some good news.

Natural play equipment, extensive trails and year-round access are just some of the proposed features of the City of Fredericton’s newest  neighbourhood park plan.