The location of catch basins in the City of Edmonton.
The City of Edmonton provides this information based on the records retained by the City of Edmonton with respect to the matters. The City of Edmonton provides no warranty or representation as to whether the information is correct, accurate or free from error and whether it is otherwise suitable for your use or purpose.
Managing Asbestos in City Buildings
- Asbestos background information,
- safety precautions,
- effects of asbestos, and
- list of City-owned buildings, their addresses and if there is a known presence of asbestos.
Actual volumes and estimated volumes are displayed. Estimated volumes are derived from growth factors at permanent counting sites. The growth factors are applied to the most recent actual AAWDT volume at a given location.
Volumes are based on counts of one or two day duration (usually completed between May to June and September to October) and are adjusted to reflect an average weekday during the year. Adjustments are based on variations by time of year measured at permanent count locations that monitor traffic year round.
Year to Year Volume Changes ‐ Interpretation of Results
An increase or decrease in volume does not necessarily indicate a trend for a given roadway. Some areas may record a temporary change in volume due to the reconstruction of a roadway link. Although every attempt is made to avoid counting areas while diversions are in effect, some roadway projects affect traffic patterns for a long period of time and are reflected in the counts. For example, the 2011 construction program included Scona Road, the interchange at 23 Avenue/Gateway Boulevard, widening of the Quesnell Bridge, overpasses for major links of the West Anthony Henday, and interchanges for the north Anthony Henday.
This is a dataset using centroid points to geolocate vacant land in the city. This inventory is a snapshot in time using data collected from May 2014. The data is based on the land inventory and provides a summary of vacant land in Edmonton’s central core, established, and mature neighbourhoods at the time of analysis. A vacant lot is classified as “a registered lot (serviced or unserviced) that contains no permanent structures at the time of inspection. It generally does not include land developed for parks, transportation or utility purposes.
The City of Edmonton provides this information in good faith. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information contained in this report, the City of Edmonton provides no warranty, express or implied, regarding the accuracy, completeness or correctness of information contained herein. The City of Edmonton disclaims any liability for the use of this information. No part of this material may be reproduced, in whole or in part, without acknowledgement.
Spatial view of centroids for current neighbourhood boundaries found within the boundaries of the City of Edmonton. Note - this map includes both residential and industrial neighbourhoods. Also, due to the configuration of a neighbourhood, the centroid may not necessarily lie properly within a neighbourhood boundary.
This dataset contains the historical assessed value of properties within the City of Edmonton. It is effective from January 1st, 2012 until December 31st, 2017.
The information is collected for property assessment interpretation purposes only.
The City of Edmonton does not warrant or guarantee the completeness and accuracy of the information presented.
The City of Edmonton does not assume responsibility nor accept any liability arising from any use of the information other than for property assessment interpretation.
Open City Wi-Fi is a free public Wi-Fi Internet access service provided courtesy of the City of Edmonton to patrons of some of the City’s publicly accessible facilities. Currently more than 14,000 devices connect to Open City Wi-Fi every week, resulting in more than 2TB of data traffic. The service also routinely accepts over 4,500 concurrent sessions during peak periods daily.
In 2010, Capital City Clean Up initiated a Graffiti Vandalism Audit to assess the amount of graffiti vandalism found in the neighbourhoods in Edmonton with the highest reported incidences of graffiti. A follow-up audit was completed in the following years to determine if there were significant changes to the amount of graffiti found. This data set is result of 2012, 2013 and 2014 Graffiti Vandalism Audits. You can see the 2014 report at: http://www.edmonton.ca/programs_services/documents/2014GraffitiVandalismAuditReport.pdf
In 2010, Capital City Clean Up initiated a Graffiti Vandalism Audit to assess the amount of graffiti vandalism found in the neighbourhoods in Edmonton with the highest reported incidences of graffiti. A follow-up audit was completed in the following years to determine if there were significant changes to the amount of graffiti found. This data set is result of the 2012, 2013 and 2014 Graffiti Vandalism Audits. You can see the report at: http://www.edmonton.ca/programs_services/documents/2014GraffitiVandalismAuditReport.pdf
All Census information is as of April 1, 2009.
No data on any individual residence will be released. To protect the privacy of individuals, data is compiled and presented at the city-, ward- and neighbourhood-level only.
In order to further protect the privacy of individuals, neighbourhood data is not reported for neighbourhoods with populations between 1 and 49 residents.
The designation of “No Response” includes households from which no census data could be collected or only partial data was available.
Bulk-count data from multiple-resident facilities (such as group homes, transient drop-in centres, residential hotels or criminal detention centres) may be limited when personal information can not be obtained (i.e. information is not available or can not be released by the facility administration).
“Other Residential” includes dwelling units not covered by the other categories, such as a unit attached to a non-residential structure (e.g. an apartment in a store or church) or a movable structure (e.g. recreational vehicle, tent, etc.)
An Unoccupied site is one that was vacant (i.e. no one was living in the unit on April 1), had no structure, was under construction, or was no longer in use (structure existed, but was no longer used as a residence).
Lists the Agenda Items for Council and Committee meetings. The agenda is usually published on the Thursday prior to the meeting. Statutory Public Hearings (Land Use) agendas are available 3 weeks prior to the meeting.
(Information Subject to Change. While every effort is taken to ensure its accuracy, the data presented here is for informational purposes only. The official record of the Council and Committee meetings shall be the Agendas, Minutes and supporting documents approved by and filed with the City Clerk.)
This dataset, updated daily at 6:30 am, houses all requests for datasets since automated intake began on the re-branded platform (January 26, 2016).
Status explanations can be found here : https://data.edmonton.ca/stories/s/266r-inxb/
This data illustrates the locations of secondary suites within Edmonton based on information provided. These secondary suites have acquired necessary development and building permits and have been inspected to meet Alberta Safety Code and Fire Code requirements.
Annual list of all Purchase Orders (typically one-time purchases) over $10,000. Items that could exceed $10,000, but there is no guarantee that any value will be expended, as they are issued on an 'if, as and when required' basis.