Boundaries for each Edmonton neighbourhood. CSV file with columns for Point ID, Neighbourhood ID, Neighbourhood Name, Latitude, Longitude, and Order. Point ID, Latitude, Longitude, and Order are used to draw the boundaries in Tableau.
This measure is calculated by dividing the tonnes of construction waste that is taken to recycling or re-use facilities by the total tonnes of construction waste produced during the construction of the project. The target is 75% and is only measured for buildings that are striving for LEED certification.
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.
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 degrees.
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.
The City is not the owner of this data, it is provided to us and owned by NAIT
Whenever a spill occurs, one that adversely affects the environment, the City is required to report the incident to Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development. The City actively tries to minimize the negative impacts that spills can cause to the environment, human health and safety or property. The City of Edmonton attempts to exceed these requirements by encouraging employees and contractors to report all releases, no matter the size or extent of impact, to a City 24/7 operated call center.