_Average Daily Street Traffic Volumes from 2005-2010 _Average Daily Street Traffic Volumes from 2005-2010 Transportation
Include traffic counts obtained with automatic traffic recorders over a six year period. The volume shown is a total of all vehicles in both directions, over a 24 hour period, for a typical weekday in a year. Volumes shown as blank indicate no count was undertaken that year. Seasonal adjustments are made to reflect an average weekday during the year. An increase or decrease in volume does not necessarily indicate a trend for a given roadway. Road construction or the introduction of more advanced equipment in 2010 affect the traffic volume numbers.
Jasper Avenue Nightlife Survey (2010) Jasper Avenue Nightlife Survey (2010) Demographics
Online and in person survey to find out what people think of the Jasper Avenue nightlife experience and what suggestions they have for improvement. Survey covers the downtown area from 97 St to 122 St and 99 Ave to 104 Avenue. Refer to the attached file for a list of question (column) definitions. (About TAB)
Intersection Collision Summary (2010 - 2011) Intersection Collision Summary (2010 - 2011) Transportation
This file contains information about all intersections in Edmonton with 25 or more collisions in from 2010 to 2011, including: - The collision rate, where available; - A summary of the number of minor and major injuries as well as fatalities; - A breakdown of collisions by the standard list of causes used in reporting. Collision information is provided by the Motor Vehicle Collision Information System (MVCIS), maintained by the City of Edmonton Office of Traffic Safety. This system tracks police-reported collisions involving at least one motor vehicle that occur on public roadways and which result in property damage of $1,000 or more, as well as any collisions resulting in injury or fatality. This file is meant as a companion piece to the Annual Collision Report, produced by the City of Edmonton Office of Traffic Safety. Please refer to the full report for more information on collisions in Edmonton, and definitions of the collision causes and injury types used in this file.
City of Edmonton/NAIT Solar Panel Reference System City of Edmonton/NAIT Solar Panel Reference System Environmental Services
The reference system consists of six PV modules arranged at fixed angles on the roof of the Shaw Theatre at NAIT’s Main Campus, near the corner of Princess Elizabeth Avenue and 106 Street. The angles correspond to those typically used for solar installations in Edmonton. Each of the six modules is paired with a duplicate module placed at exactly the same angle. During the winter months, snow will be cleared from the left side of the modules. By pairing modules at exactly the same angles, researchers will be able to compare the effect of snow clearing versus snow cover on energy production. The degree angle of rows are 90, 53, 45, 27, 18, 14 degree. You can find the actual picture at the "About" tab. In the dataset column name, 90_LEFT means the left panel and 90 degree angle and so on.
2011-2013 Council and Committee Meetings - Agenda Items 2011-2013 Council and Committee Meetings - Agenda Items City Administration
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.)
Rainfall Gauge Results - Map View Rainfall Gauge Results - Map View Environmental Services
Map view of significant rainfall measurements in the greater Edmonton area during the summer period. This data is used to assist in the mosquito control program. Mosquito Trap Data can be found at - https://data.edmonton.ca/Environmental-Services/Mosquitoes-Trap-Data/5zeu-wkpv Activity
2009 Census - Population By Structure Type (Ward) 2009 Census - Population By Structure Type (Ward) Demographics
All Census information is as of April 1, 2009. Ward Reports are based on the 6-Ward system, which existed in the City of Edmonton until October, 2010. 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. 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.).
Police Stations Police Stations Facilities and Structures
2009 Census - Population By Single Year Of Age And Gender (Citywide) 2009 Census - Population By Single Year Of Age And Gender (Citywide) Demographics
All Census information is as of April 1, 2009. Ages of residents are effective 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. 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).
2012 Budget Consultation Survey - Satisfaction With City Services 2012 Budget Consultation Survey - Satisfaction With City Services City Administration
Data on overall satisfaction with City services; satisfaction with individual services; recommendations for Edmonton as a place to live, work and visit. D1 to B11 - Demographic information. B1 - Overall satisfaction with City services. B2_0 to B2_2 - Recommending Edmonton. B8_0 to B8_13 - Satisfaction with each service area. Indicate your level of satisfaction with the way in which the various services are currently being delivered by the city. RESPONSE for B1 to B2_2 and B8_0 to B8_13 1. Very Satisfied 2. Moderately satisfied 3. Moderately dissatisfied 4. Very dissatisfied 5. Not sure 6. Do not use this service - SURVEY at http://www.edmonton.ca/budgetconsultation