Community Programs

At Safety City, we offer numerous Safety Programs for Red Deer and surrounding communities. We have one-day programs, summer camps and even offer birthday parties that are sure to excite everyone! Allow your children, aged 4-12, to come explore the Streetscape and our mini-buildings, see what is inside of the Big Red Barn, and learn how to escape safely from a pseudo-fire in Sparky’s House. Empower your children with knowledge about staying safe in varying life-like situations.

Traffic & Pedestrian Safety

During this 90 minute school program, street safety lessons are presented in the classroom using an interactive story board depicting a neighbourhood. Children learn to safely cross the street, the meaning of various road signs, and how to read a set of traffic lights. Outdoors on the streetscape for the final hour, children practice their new skills as drivers and pedestrians.

Bicycle helmet required. Children must be 5-10 years old to ride the quads.

Cost: $125/per group. 20 students per group. Parent welcome to attend with child. Watch for availability in 2023!

Dates available: May & June

What Our Customers Say

“Love how child friendly, even for extra littles, all people were.”

– Jennifer C.

Summer Camps

A week of fun, unique experiences and activity! Children explore a new safety topic each day and learn how to avoid injury. Through stories, games, and crafts children learn about pedestrian traffic safety, animal bite prevention, acreage and farm safety, fire and home safety and bicycle safety (training wheels permitted). New in 2020, we have added a lesson on hygiene safety as well.

Full Day Camp: 9am-3pm

Early drop off (8am) and late pick up (5pm) available.

Supervised program. Parent not required to attend.

Dates available: July and August

*During the week of July 17th to July 23rd, we will be participating in the 2023 Westerner Days Parade! Campers will assist in the decorating of our Safety City float and have the opportunity to ride scooters in the annual parade!

**Short week. No Monday

This interactive  lesson teaches children to recognize potential dangers and avoid injury on the acreage or farm. During a classroom story lesson, children learn to safely navigate a number of realistic, potentially hazardous situations. Children practice new safety skills at displays including animal, ATV, grain handling, dugout and chemical safety.

Cost: Only available in Summer Camp

Dates available: July and August

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