The majority of City Council attended an aquatics rally on April 10.

Beginning this week, you may start to see our newest fleet vehicle out on the road.

A 21-year-old Oromocto man, who had been wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for being unlawfully at large, was arrested Friday in Fredericton.

In 2017, a pilot project was undertaken to test the use of Body Worn Video cameras within the Fredericton Police Force.

April 8-15, 2018 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 Fredericto

The mayors of Fredericton, Moncton and Saint John will be in Toronto on April 6 and 7, 2018 to speak at an Economic Club of Canada luncheon and to lend their support to recruitment efforts at the T

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

Surplus will help close funding gap expected in 2019

As part of the Fredericton Transit Strategic Plan process,  a review of Fredericton’s current transit system as well as survey results and next steps have been presented to members of the City’s Tr

Older adults living in Greater Fredericton now have a convenient new age-friendly guide to services and programs called the Let’s Get Connected directory.  It was recently released by the City of F

2017 was all-time high; sets stage for coming season

(March 13, 2018, 9:30 pm) 

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

The City of Fredericton Community Awards are comprised of two awards: The Unsung Hero Awards which are meant to acknowledge those individuals who go above and beyond to help build

Police officers must ensure public and officer safety and carry out their duties with respect and professionalism.

A 24-year-old Kingsclear First Nation man, who had been wanted on a Canada-wide warrant in connection with a home invasion in December 2017, was arrested yesterday in Fredericton.

Further to the most recent discussions about keeping the Sir Max Aitken Pool open past its announced closing date, the University of New Brunswick and the City of Fredericton wish to advise they ha

The City of Fredericton advises the public that City crews have begun work on the wooden boardwalk and viewing platform located on the North Riverfront Trail off Cityview Avenue.  The existing boar

Fredericton City Council has authorized a $2.9 million agreement with Deloitte to establish core foundational technology solutions for the municipality.