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The City of Fredericton and CUPE Local 508 are currently involved in contract negotiations. The union represents the City’s outside workers, which include employees from roadway operations, water &

Today at the Public Safety and Environment Committee meeting, Deputy Chief Martin Gaudet from the Fredericton Police Force launched the Force’s plan for traffic safety in 2020.

The City of Fredericton is pleased to announce that the 2020 Transit Fare Assistance Program has been able to provide regular single-ride and ParaTransit tickets to 35 community agencies or program

By-law another milestone in City’s Taxi Services Review

A 33-year old Oromocto man has been charged in connection with a single-vehicle collision that occurred in the early last Friday morning, on the Lincoln Road in Fredericton.  Jeffery Joseph Sacobie

The city’s historic Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge across the Saint John River reopened today after a major renovation project.

The City of Fredericton is moving forward on its Climate Change Adaptation Plan, a five-year strategy aimed at reducing risks relating to climate change, after final public consultation on the draf

Fredericton, NB (January 30, 2020) – Help kick off the Frozen Nose and Toes Run in style with the Winter Superhero Fun Run on Saturday, February 1, at 10 a.m.

The City of Fredericton has been named as one of Canada's Best Employers for 2020 by Forbes. The list was determined by the market research firm, Statista, on behalf of Forbes.

The City of Fredericton announced the return of the summer Artist-in-Residence program introduced in Odell Park Lodge last summer and is expanding the program to include the Fredericton Botanic Gar

A 25-year old Fredericton man is facing seven charges in connection with multiple break and enters around the city over the past few months.  Ryan Bradley Thomas has been charged with five counts o

The Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge will re-open to the public on Saturday, February 1, after four months of refurbishment work to replace the deck.

On Wednesday, January 22, 2020, 42-year old Wendy Gail Losier appeared in court in relation to the homicide of 31-year old Candace Rose Winona Stevens in October 2018.

Fredericton City Council has adopted the following resolutions provided by the Ad Hoc Committee on Gender Diversity to develop a Council and committee composition reflective of the local community:

Fredericton City Council has appointed the members of the City’s Ad Hoc Committee on Gender Diversity. They include:

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Continuing with the mutually beneficial development of the exhibition grounds for the City of Fredericton and Fredericton Exhibition Ltd., also known as the NBEX, a Request for Proposals (RFP) has

Development reflects City’s population growth projections and plans

The City is now accepting applications for the 2020 Arts, Culture and Heritage Funding Prog

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.

Transit customers in Fredericton will be pleased to learn that a new real-time bus tracking app is now available.

Since 1989, Canada has deployed more than 4,000 police officers to peace missions in over 30 countries across the globe.

The City of Fredericton reminds residents of the following schedule changes to its programs and services during the holiday season.

City Hall and Municipal Office Hours

Local groups will benefit from $782,238 in grants and support as part of the City of Fredericton’s 2020 Budget.

Fredericton City Council has voted in favour of a $124.4 million General Fund budget intended to facilitate and support growth in the community.

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The public is advised that there will be a Special Emergency City Council Meeting on Thursday, December 12, 2019, at 12 noon in the Council Chamber of Fredericton City Hall.