The City of Fredericton Engineering & Operations Department advises the public that the viewing platforms on the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge, closed temporarily on July 21 as a safety precaution

The City of Fredericton invites residents to come out and welcome crewmembers from our namesake ship, the HMCS Fredericton, as they arrive in Fredericton as part of the 9th Annual “Bike for Wishes”

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

The City of Fredericton recently launched four new cultural initiatives, which include public art, poetry, and summer art programs for youth.   

The City of Fredericton Engineering & Operations Department advises the public, effective immediately, the viewing platforms on the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge will be temporarily closed as a sa

In the spirit of transparency and public interest, the City of Fredericton’s Chief Administrative Officer, Chris MacPherson, on behalf of the Fredericton Civic authority and the Chief of Police, Le

The City of Fredericton Engineering & Operations Department advises motorists that on Monday July 10th, periodic single lane closures will begin on Waterloo Row (approximately 400m west of Dunn

FREDERICTON (GNB) – The provincial government will begin rabies control measures this month in Fredericton, Saint John and other communities in western New Brunswick.

Residents of the Waterloo Row area of the city are invited to an information meeting on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 to talk about the Waterloo Row Culvert Project.

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