A temporary public art installation, Weathergrams for Good, will be on display in Phoenix Square at Fredericton City Hall, from July 9 until mid-fall.

The City of Fredericton Community Services Committee has received an impressive presentation about the past two years of activities by the City’s Age-Friendly Community Advisory Committee, as provi

Dillon Consulting Limited, the consultant hired to determine existing ball field conditions, future needs and demands for the City of Fredericton, has outlined several potential scenarios and recom

Canada’s 153 birthday is Wednesday, July 1! Please note the following changes to City services:

Project will prioritize active transportation and infrastructure renewal for Fredericton’s fastest-growing area

A 37-year old Fredericton man is facing charges in connection with several robberies that took place on the city’s northside between June 20 and 23, 2020.

Artists adapt to unique COVID-19 circumstances

Plans balance ecology and human use; calls for partnership development

Fredericton Recreation staff have been working hard to create a selection of summer programs for children/youth that will meet all COVID-19 requirements and keep children and staff safe.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, transit systems have been working diligently to get their passengers to their destinations safely.

The City of Fredericton has received a TD Green Spaces Grant through the Arbor Day Foundation to revitalize and replenish the tree canopy and green space at the Government House grounds. 

Skating returns to Fredericton with the reopening of ice surfaces at Grant-Harvey Centre starting in mid-July.

On Tuesday June 9, 2020 Fredericton Police Force Patrols arrested 28 –year old Tyler William Vrolyk in connection with several outstanding criminal investigations.

The City of Fredericton extends congratulations to the 2020 high school graduates of Fredericton High, Leo Hayes, the Fredericton Christian Academy and Ecole Sainte Anne, and has planned a special

Small debris curbside cleanup scheduled for Saturday, June 13

The Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture and the City of Fredericton have established an agreement to complete an archeological impact assessment within Officers’ Square this summer.

In response to the Province’s COVID-19 Recovery Plan, City staff have made the difficult decision that the Wilmot Park Splash Pad and the nine wading pools operated by the City will remain closed f

This is a coordinated message on behalf of New Brunswick law enforcement agencies. 

To the people of New Brunswick, 

Earl Brewer has been shaping Fredericton’s urban landscape since he built his first apartment building while he was still in university.

Construction to begin this summer

In response to the Province’s COVID-19 Recovery Plan, and the move to the yellow recovery phase, City staff have provided an update to City Council on the gradual reopening of Fredericton Indoor Po

Since the Fredericton area has entered the Yellow Phase of COVID-19 recovery, City staff have been developing operational plans relating to sports fields, ball fields and playgrounds in order to pr

The City has announced that preparations are underway to implement Phase I of a three-phase approach to re-open the Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market on June 6, 2020.

Fredericton Tourism has announced the suspension of the Garrison Night Market for the 2020 summer season, due to provincial restrictions on large gatherings and maintaining physical distancing.

In response to the Province’s COVID-19 Recovery Plan and the move to the yellow recovery phase, the Service Centre at City Hall will reopen to the public effective June 1.

A 20-year-old man and a 21-year old woman, both from Fredericton, N.B., have been charged in connection with the homicide of 31-year old Clark Ernest Greene on April 15, 2020.

Work and family have always been at the center of Gabriel Elzayat’s life, constant and inseparable. He vividly remembers selling groceries door to door at age 6 with his father in Lebanon.

On Monday, May 25, 2020, Fredericton Police executed a search warrant at a residence on the City’s southside.

The City of Fredericton is launching the Art of Living Facebook Live series, an initiative stemming from the People Helping People webpage connecting residents to the many local resources our commu

Submission Deadline Friday, June 12, 2020

The City of Fredericton’s annual water main flushing program begins on Monday, May 25, and is expected to continue until the week of July 27.

The new Haven Heights housing development off Brookside Drive brings together all the things Lloyd Dutcher loves most about being a developer: Building new, quality homes for people in a great loca

Haven Heights Development (Photo submitted)

City will also offer program support to food trucks, artists and musicians

Police week has wrapped up, and I hope you have enjoyed being virtually introduced to some of our great employees.

Dog parks, disc golf courses and tennis courts at Wilmot Park and Henry Park in Fredericton will reopen for the Victoria Day long weekend.

The City of Fredericton has introduced a new educational initiative to teach residents basic skills to start and maintain their own backyard gardens.

City Hours of Operation for Victoria Day

The City of Fredericton reminds the public of the following hours of operation for Victoria Day, Monday, May 18:

In response to the Province’s COVID-19 Recovery Plan, and the move to the orange recovery phase, the City is providing an update to Transit Services.

What services can resume; which are being cancelled