The City of Fredericton is now accepting applications for its Transit Fare Assistance Program designed to provide support to community groups as they assist their clients’ transportation needs.

In response to recent comments and questions regarding the new Winter Service Level Standards for Fredericton Transit, in particular the new policy for travel and stopping along hills, we’d like to

In an effort to continue to provide quality services to the citizens of Fredericton, and further to the approval of Budget 2019, the public is reminded the following fee increases for the coming ye

Fredericton Transit has released its winter service level standards detailing new policies to ensure the safety of passengers, operators, and other drivers during periods of severe winter weather. 

The public is advised of the following holiday hours and schedules related to City of Fredericton facilities and programs.

The mayors of New Brunswick’s three largest cities met today in Fredericton to discuss matters of interest to the tri-cities and all eight provincial cities.

I am pleased with the Planning Advisory Committee’s decision to allow an Out of the Cold Shelter to operate at Bishops Court until March 31, 2019.

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.