Red Deer County Division 3 Recreation and Culture Board

Please Note that Springbrook now has there own Recreation Board and Springbrook Residents no longer fall under Division 3 Recreation. Please see for more information.

Next Meeting

March 12th at 9:30 am at Antler Hill Hall

  • Please note this will be only a budgeting meeting.

*The board still has one position to fill. Please contact us if you are interested in joining.

*Grant applications must be brought to the board’s attention 5 business days prior to the meeting. Late applications will be moved to the following meeting.

Upcoming Events

1) Ridgewood AGM POSTPONED

If you would like us to advertise an event being hosted in our division please contact us.

Winter ticket sales are now closed. Pick-up times will be emailed out.

The recreation application is now closed. We will be sending out the reimbursements in the new year. Please hold onto all recepts from Dec 15th on to submit for the 2022 season.

Red Deer County Community Services Vision

Quality of life and community well-being are advanced through responsive, innovative, and collaborative policies, facilities, services, and programs that make Red Deer County a great place to live, work, and grow.

Red Deer County currently provides per capita funding to seven local Recreation and Culture Boards, to promote a wide range of recreation and culture services in rural areas. Each Division Recreation and Culture Board is provided with funding and is responsible for providing access to recreation and culture opportunities for residents within their Division.

All funding received by Red Deer County Recreation and Culture Boards shall be used at the Board’s discretion to support inclusive and participatory youth, family, adult and community recreation and culture programming and community development opportunities.

Our Values

Promotion and awareness of community

Inclusion of all

Increase membership/ participation

Community and Development