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Welcome to Red Deer

Red Deer is a city located in the central part of the province of Alberta, Canada. It is situated approximately halfway between the cities of Calgary and Edmonton, and is considered to be one of the province's major urban centers. The city is named after the Red Deer River, which runs through the area and is home to a large population of red deer. The region has a long history of human habitation, with archaeological evidence indicating that Indigenous peoples have been living in the area for thousands of years. Today, Red Deer is a thriving city with a population of around 110,000 people. It is known for its strong economy, which is based on a diverse range of industries including agriculture, energy, and manufacturing. The city is home to a number of major employers, including the Red Deer Regional Hospital, Nova Chemicals, and Olymel. Red Deer is also known for its vibrant arts and culture scene, with a number of museums, galleries, and performance spaces located throughout the city. The Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery, for example, houses a collection of over 90,000 artifacts and artworks that showcase the history and culture of the region. In addition, Red Deer is home to a number of parks and natural areas that offer opportunities for outdoor recreation. One of the most popular destinations is the Waskasoo Park system, which includes over 80 kilometers of trails for hiking, cycling, and cross-country skiing.

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Red Deer, Alberta
Rating Title Rating Rating (short) description Icon (use .png images)
Livability 70

Ranked 95th city in Alberta. Ranked 1, 892nd city in Canada. Ranks better than 61% of areas

Amenities A+

Lots of amenities close to this location

Cost of Living A+

Cost of living is 13% lower than Alberta

Crime F

Total crime rate is 71% higher than Alberta

Employment C-

Household income is 5% lower than Alberta

Housing D-

Home value is 28% lower than Alberta

Schools C+

HS graduation rate is 1% lower than Alberta

Red Deer Community Guide

Red Deer is known for its diverse and welcoming communities, which provide a wide range of cultural and recreational activities for residents and visitors alike. Some of the notable communities within Red Deer include the downtown core, which is home to many shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues, as well as the South Hill neighborhood, which features beautiful parks and trails, and the Timberlands area, which is a newer development with plenty of amenities. Whether you're looking for a quiet suburban neighborhood or a vibrant downtown area, Red Deer has something to offer for everyone.

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Common FAQs

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What is the population in Red Deer?
The total population of Red Deer is 107,873 people.
What is the climate like in Red Deer?
Red Deer has a humid continental climate with warm summers and cold winters. The average temperature in July is around 20°C (68°F) and in January it is around -10°C (14°F).
What are some popular attractions in Red Deer?
Some popular attractions in Red Deer include the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, the Kerry Wood Nature Centre, the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery, and the City Hall Park.