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Local artist and college instructor, Emma Hassencahl-Perley, has been selected by the City of Fredericton to create a mural for the Fredericton’s 104th Regiment of Foot Bridge located at the end of

Three Fredericton Transit buses will pilot new technology this summer to provide customers with wi-fi and to help staff better understand how riders use the transit system.

The Fredericton Police Force’s Neighbourhood Action Team is once again proud to announce that it has partnered with local community groups in organizing the 11th annual Kids & Kops junior polic

The City of Fredericton invites the public to congratulate Jake Allen on his historic Stanley Cup win at a special event in August.

As a result of two broken pipes that are causing significant water loss and need extensive repair work, the Queen’s Square Outdoor Pool is being closed for the rest of the summer. 

Staff with the City’s Pollution Control Division (PCD) have recently become aware of increasing odours at the Garden Creek Lagoon. They took immediate action to address the issue, including:

Public input sought by July 25

The City of Fredericton advises the public that the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge will be closed to the public from 4:30pm – 9:30pm on Saturday, July 6 for the scheduled ‘Beer on the Bridge’ ev

On June 27, 2019 shortly after 11:00 pm police responded to a home on the city’s northside for a report of a stabbing.

The City of Fredericton is actively preparing for a weekend of activities in downtown Fredericton to celebrate Canada Day. 

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

City Hall and other administrative offices will be closed on Monday, July 1, 2019.

The City of Fredericton Engineering & Operations Department (Parks & Trees Division) advises trail users that a section of the Lincoln Trail just west of

The City of Fredericton Engineering & Operations Department advises motorists that beginning Thursday June 27, 2019, Smythe Street between Kings College Road and Parkside Drive, will be closed

The City of Fredericton will host two community conversations dedicated to its planning efforts relating to flood mitigation an

The City of Fredericton Engineering & Operations Department advises motorists that beginning Tuesday, June 25, 2019, Wilsey Road between Kimble Drive and the NB Liquor access, will be closed to

The City of Fredericton Engineering & Operations Department advises motorists that beginning Monday June 24, 2019, travel restrictions will be in place at the intersection of Smythe, King and B

The City of Fredericton is inviting residents of the Lian Street and Valcour Drive area to see the first draft of its Upper Hanwell Park (form

Two members of Fredericton’s arts community have been recognized with Arts Achievement Awards by the City of Fredericton in celebration of their acc

The Fredericton Police Force’s Major Crime Team is now investigating the suspicious death of an adult male on June 5, 2019 as a homicide.

The City of Fredericton Engineering & Operations Department (Parks & Trees Division) advises trail users that a section of the Northside Riverfront Trail

Fredericton City Council has endorsed the final version of the Fredericton Parking Master Plan, which provides a strategic direction with respect

Community stakeholders collaborate to streamline population growth efforts and settlement process for newcomers

On June 5, 2019 at 5:20 a.m., the Fredericton Fire Department responded to the call of a structure fire at a Canterbury Drive residence.

Police are currently on the scene at a Southside residence, investigating an early morning fire, and a sudden death.

The Fredericton Newcomer Partnership Council, together with 19 immigrant support organizations, is hosting the first annual Immigration Month in June.

The Fredericton Police Force is advising business owners to be vigilant after several reported incidents of fake $100 US bills being circulated in the city in recent days, and being passed as real

Continuing with its vision to be New Brunswick’s premier meeting destination by maximizing event sales, the Fredericton Convention Centre (FCC) celebrated a record-breaking year in 2018 by generati

The City of Fredericton is inviting local artists to submit design concepts for a mural on the base of the Pedway that crosses over Ste.

Summer Employment

Dates:  June 24th to August 16th 2019 (8 weeks)

Continuing on its smart city journey, the City of Fredericton is inviting members of the public to participate in a twelve-hour hackathon on Sunday, June 9, 2019 called Fred-eHack, to solicit ideas

Flooding is Canada’s costliest and most frequent natural disaster. Communities are looking for solutions to mitigate the costs and damages caused by flooding to businesses and residences.

Fredericton Police Force Cst. Steve Stafford says that there’s still a lot of impaired drivers out there despite a dramatic decrease in the rates of impaired driving.