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As part of a new neighborhood park being developed in the High Point Ridge area of the city, a review of pre

The City of Fredericton’s continued focus on improvement, innovation and good fiscal management has resulted in the City delivering a balanced budget despite extraordinary costs.

Fredericton City Council will provide $758,000 in grants and support to local groups as part of the municipality’s 2019 Budget.

In an effort to encourage the use of alternate modes of transportation like transit, walking and cycling, as well as ensure short-term parking is readily available in the downtown, an increase in m

The City of Fredericton has received the final draft of its new Transit Strategic Plan, which presents a forward-thinking vision that maximizes the efficiency of Fredericton Transit and supports th

The City of Fredericton reminds motorists that parking is not permitted on city streets between midnight and 7 a.m. from December 1 to March 31.

In an effort to help end chronic homelessness in Fredericton, City Council has voted to declare two parcels of City land surplus and sell them for one dollar each to build affordable housing micro-

In an effort to improve the City of Fredericton’s recycling and garbage collection system, sections of Fulton Heights and Nashwaaksis, as well as sections of the Downtown Plat, will see a change to

The City of Fredericton is seeking input from residents of the Lower Brookside Drive area of the city (Main St

The City of Fredericton is seeking input from residents on the final draft of its Transit Strategic Plan.

The City of Fredericton invites residents of the Ward 6 neighbourhoods of South Devon, Barkers Point and Lower St.

Companies will have a strong incentive to build innovative new products in Fredericton thanks to a new partnership between the City of Fredericton and eleven-x.

Fredericton City Council has chosen a revised conceptual plan to revitalize Officers’ Square that will conserve eight large, mature trees in the National Historic Site.

The City of Fredericton is seeking input from residents of the Lower Brookside Drive area (Main Street to Ring Road) of the city at a public open house to discuss a potential major rehabilitation o

The City of Fredericton is currently inviting submissions of Fredericton winter scenes by local artists to be considered for the City’s annual holiday greetings.

2017 Selection - Jason Nugent

Further to negotiations between the parties, the Fredericton Exhibition Limited has agreed to discontinue court proceedings against the City of Fredericton.  Going forward, the Fredericton Exhibiti

The City of Fredericton is accepting applications for the position of Poet Laureate for a two-year term (2019 & 2020).

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

Having heard public feedback over the summer, City staff have presented Council with revised conceptual plans to revitalize Officers’ Square that will conserve up to eight large, mature trees in th

Officers’ Square Revised Plan, November 2018

The Fredericton Police Force are investigating the death of a Fredericton woman as a homicide.

The City of Fredericton is seeking applications for the Planning Advi

The Fredericton Police Force is currently investigating arson at a residence on the 500 block of Regent Street that occurred on Sunday, October 28, 2018, around 3:30 p.m.

The City of Fredericton will hold a special meeting of City Council on November 5 at 7:30 pm in Fredericton City Hall Council Chamber to receive a presentation on the revitalization of Officers’ Sq

The Fredericton Community Crime Prevention Council established the Cst.

Fredericton City Council has expressed its support for the Beaverbrook Art Gallery’s request to establish a sculpture garden along The Green next to the Gallery’s new pavilion.

Fredericton Mayor Mike O’Brien and members of City Council will grant Freedom of the City to the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets at a special ceremony on Saturday, October 20.

Development activity in Fredericton reached the $115.2 million mark in September of this year.  This figure is up from $91.2 million as of July 2018 and is being fueled by strong private sector inv

Cannabis will be legal on Wednesday, October 17, and there have been lots of questions about its impacts.