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The City of Fredericton reminds the public of the following hours of operation for Thanksgiving Day on October 10, 2022.

On Sept. 24, 2022, the Fredericton Police Force conducted a traffic stop on the city’s Southside which lead to the discovery of weapons, arrests and charges.

October's traffic initiative is pedestrian safety. Fines for failing to yield to pedestrians are $172.50.

Fredericton Police Force have arrested and charged three men in relation to a serious assault that occurred on Windsor St. in Fredericton in the early hours of Sept. 25, 2022.

The City of Fredericton reminds the public of the following hours of operation for Truth and Reconciliation Day on September 30, 2022.

Reminder to please slow down in school zones!

As part of NB Municipality Week, the City of Fredericton is pleased to publicly launch its Boost Fredericton living lab, which is using

Police have identified the male who was found in the Saint John River yesterday evening as 34-year-old Blake Colin Boyne of Fredericton.

The City of Fredericton will join the federal and provincial governments in observing the National Day of Mourning for The Queen on Monday, September 19, 2022.

The City of Fredericton is looking for interested city residents to fill up to four (4) vacancies on the Age-Friendly Community Advisory Committee

Around 5pm this evening, the body of a deceased male was found by a fisherman in the Saint John River by the Westmorland street bridge.

September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day – a day to reflect and share awareness that the prevention of suicide is everyone’s business.

 

On Sept. 1, 2022, the Fredericton Police Force’s Street and Drug Crime unit conducted a traffic stop on the city’s Northside which lead to the discovery of weapons and two arrests.

The City of Fredericton is seeking interested residents who would like to be part of the City’s new Social Inclusion Committee, or to serve on the selection panel being established to choose member

Canadian cities and towns flourish when they have community public spaces to promote social interaction and physical activity and provide access to recreational programs and facilities.

September marks the beginning of another school year and the Fredericton Police Force would like to take the opportunity to remind the public that back to school safety is everyone’s responsibility

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

People in Fredericton and across Canada deserve to feel safe in their communities.

The Fredericton Police would like to warn the public of recent reports of fraudulent “scam” activity targeting elderly citizens. 

Deputy Chief Martin Gaudet will take on the role at the end of August

The person noted in file #22-19249 reported as missing has been located.

The Fredericton Police Force would like to thank the public for their assistance.

The Fredericton Fire Department has a proud tradition of assisting residents and effectively responding to emergency situations.

Police are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying a person of interest.

Please note that there has been a gas leak reported near the Brookside Drive and Ring Road intersection.

The road is expected to be closed for 2-3 hours. Please avoid the area.

 

Lock it or Lose it! 

To date in 2022, Fredericton Police have received 105 reports of stolen vehicles, and 18 since July.

Cool Cops Aug 24 @ 11:00 a.m.

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Join members of the Fredericton Police Force for Cool Cops!

Cool Cops has been rescheduled to Aug 24 at 11:00 a.m.

For the past four years, on this day, we have paused to reflect and remember the four lives lost on August 10, 2018.