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Five individuals, one couple and a community service organization have been recognized with Unsung Unsung Hero Awards by the City of Fredericton for freely giving countless hours of their time to s

The City of Fredericton’s annual water main flushing program will begin on Monday, May 20, 2019 and is expected to continue u

The Main Street Built Form Design Guidelines have been presented to members of the City’s Development Committee, for review

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

The City of Fredericton is inviting residents of the High Point Ridge area to see the first draft of its High Point Ridge Neighbourhood Park Maste

The City of Fredericton and St.

Surplus to be used for unexpected future costs

City Engineers have provided an update on the Victoria Circle construction project, a

The City of Fredericton has announced plans to move forward with the design phase of a new regional Performing Arts Centre (PAC), committing $125,000 toward the selection of a design firm to create

The mayors of Fredericton, Moncton and Saint John recently met with Jean-Guy Finn, former Commissioner on the Future of Local Governance, to discuss his report about municipal reform from a decade

Tri-City Mayors: M O'Brien, Frederiction, D Arnold, Moncton, and D Darling, Saint John

The City of Fredericton’s Parks & Trees division has shifted its strategy when dealing with elm trees infected with Dutch Elm Disease in Devon and the Downtown Core.

Get ready to dust off your bike and helmet and participate in some great community events.

The City of Fredericton has announced plans to move forward with the deck replacement for the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge

The City of Fredericton has released an interactive online update on the High Point Ridge Neighbourhood Park Space, giving residents one more opportunity to provide feedback on prioritizing develop

The City of Fredericton is currently reviewing its Taxi Bylaw. City residents are invited to take our survey to help us better understand your needs and preferences.

The City of Fredericton’s annual "Spring Yard Cleanup" program will be held during the weeks of May 6 to 10 and May 20 to 24.

The City of Fredericton is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement valued at $6 million with the University of New Brunswick (UNB) to provide initial funding for a new regional aquatic

We will be offering a special debris pick-up service for those in flooded areas starting May 6th and running until May 24th.  

The following flood related update is being provided for transit and parking in Fredericton for the weekend:

Transit:

The City of Fredericton is seeking input from residents of the Sunshine Gardens / Rookwood Avenue / Waggoner’s Lane area on plans for a potential major upgrade of the active transportation network

The City of Fredericton will be providing a special household garbage collection to the residents of Lower Saint Mary’s and Devon affected by flooding.  On Monday April 29, 2019 a Fero truck will b

The City of Fredericton has rescheduled a public meeting for the residents of the Sunshine Gardens / Rookwood Avenue / Waggoners Lane area of the city to explore an active transportation feasibilit

The “Spring Into Wellness” Expo 2019 promoting healthy aging will take place on Saturday, April 27, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Leo Hayes High School.

Fredericton City Hall and related administrative offices will be closed April 24, 2019 due to the flood.

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River levels are expected to exceed flood stage in Fredericton over the coming days.  Are you ready?  Now is the time to #GetPrepared. 

The City of Fredericton reminds the public of the following hours of operation for the Easter Weekend.

Roger L. Brown, former Commanding Officer and Assistant Commissioner with RCMP “J” Division in Fredericton, has been recommended as Fredericton’s new Police Chief. 

The City of Fredericton and Fredericton Exhibition Ltd are looking for interested city residents to fill several vacancies on a new Land Development Committee.

April 14-20, 2019 is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week in Canada and the City of Fredericton Public Safety & Environment Committee is pleased to recognize the work done by Frederict

The City of Fredericton is accepting nominations for its Arts Achievement Award.

More than 40 individuals from 20+ organizations were recognized for their contributions as members of the Smart Cities team in developing Fredericton and St.

March is Fraud Prevention Month in Canada. 

Nina McCarthy has been named the City of Fredericton’s Deputy Fire Chief.  McCarthy, a 19-year veteran of the Fredericton Fire Department currently serves as Division Chief in charge of Policy &amp

Many Fredericton area residents will be able to find that lakeside relaxation feeling a little closer to home this summer, as three neighbourhood municipal pools are set to receive a facelift in ti

Fredericton will join with the rest of the world this Earth Hour in promoting awareness about climate change, as well as the importance of nature and a healthy planet.