...and other things to remember during COVID-19

Shortly after 4:30 p.m. this afternoon, police responded in the area of Greenfields Drive, at the south end of Odell Park, for reports of a male with a weapon who threatened two witnesses.

Fredericton Mayor Mike O’Brien is inviting city residents to Make Some Noise from their homes in support of essential workers this Saturday, April 4, 2020, from 7:00 pm to 7:10 pm.

With many businesses closed during the COVID-19 state of emergency, property and business owners should consider how they can keep their buildings and operations safe and secure.

The public is advised that the City of Fredericton will continue to hold City Council meetings to the maximum extent possible during the COVID-19 business interruption.

As New Brunswick has declared a state of emergency and operations are reduced to essential services, the City of Fredericton is suspending parking fees at metered parking spaces, parking garages an

In an effort to reduce potential risk and spread of COVID-19, Fredericton Transit will cease collecting bus fares and require passengers to enter and exit through the rear of the bus beginning Marc

As a precautionary measure against COVID-19, the public is asked to use Transit for essential travel only. For the safety of our Operators and other passengers, please stay

These are unprecedented times we are in, and our city, province, country while the world has been dedicated to dealing with the pandemic crisis, the coronavirus COVID-19.

The public is advised that the City of Fredericton will continue to provide community planning, heritage, and building inspection services to the maximum extent possible during the COVID-19 busines

Following steps to reduce potential risk and the spread of COVID-19, Fredericton Transit will be following the hourly Saturday schedule as outlined on the transit schedule effective March 18, 2020.

The Fredericton Police Force remains dedicated to our core functions of serving and protecting everyone in our community.

Essential services continue to operate using measures to protect staff and public

The City of Fredericton’s two Intercultural Awards are given to an individual and to a group, organization or business that has demonstrated a sustained commitment and eff

On Tuesday, March 10, 2020, the Fredericton Police Force Drug and Organized Crime Unit, assisted by the FPF Street Crime Unit, executed a CDSA Warrant at a residence on Fredericton’s Northside.

The Open House is cancelled.*

Plan provides a strategy and framework to address climate change

With the intended closure of the University of New Brunswick’s Sir Max Aitken Pool, Regional Service Commission 11 is undertaking a community needs analysis, financial feasibility assessment and in

One male has died and another was injured, following a two-vehicle collision on Canada Street in Fredericton.

The City of Fredericton Unsung Hero Community Awards are meant to acknowledge those individuals who go above and beyond to help build and shape their community and who help bolster the work of soci

Fredericton, NB (February 27, 2020) Fredericton City Hall and related administrative offices will close at 2 pm, February 27, 2020 due to the storm.

The City of Fredericton is looking for interested city residents to fill a vacancy on the Fredericton Tree Commission.

The City of Fredericton and CUPE Local 508, which represents the City’s outside workers, have agreed to a tentative wage package tied to the Consumer Price Index for New Brunswick (CPI NB).

Why Replacement Workers?

CUPE 508 Strike: What’s It About?

What do CUPE 508 outside workers currently earn?

The City of Fredericton reminds the public of the following hours of operation for Family Day, February 17.

Draft plans available for public review until February 28, 2020

The University of New Brunswick (UNB), in partnership with the City of Fredericton and