List of issued building permits from the City of Edmonton - Sustainable Development Department for the public to do construction or maintenance on a structure located in the City. Note - All records start from January 1, 2009.
Please note : the decision was made to not release applicant information on this dataset as it was seen as a potential privacy issue. For instance, if a high profile member of the public were to apply for a permit, their name (and consequently address) would show up on this table and become easily searchable by the public. We viewed this as a potential issue and decided to publish the dataset without applicant information.
We at Traffic Safety are happy to provide you with data relating to Automated Enforcement in Edmonton. Our Road Safety Strategy made Vision Zero our priority, of which automated enforcement plays a key part.
This dataset represents the centre points of each Zone or Operational Area where Photo Enforcement is "scheduled" to be conducted. An enforcement unit can be found anywhere along the area of the Zone. An enforcement unit may not be able to operate at the specified zone and subsequently move to a zone that is not scheduled for enforcement. The centre points are extracted for mapping purposes only and are not intended to imply or suggest that is where the Photo Enforcement is being conducted. Designated Zones are continuously reviewed, revised, added, removed and otherwise updated in accordance to the guidelines for establishing a Zone for photo enforcement. Automated enforcement is expected to be operating at the locations indicated. Please be advised that automated enforcement may be used at other locations within Edmonton as well. Locations selected for enforcement may be removed or added as determined by weather, road conditions, roadway closures or construction, equipment issues or other unforeseen circumstances.
Please refer to the FAQ the City has available in regards to Photo Enforcement.
The City’s First Place program teams with banks and builders to develop attractive townhouses on land declared surplus by school boards in conjunction with an extensive public information and engagement process.
Completed projects across Edmonton have allowed many people to realize the dream of home ownership (https://www.edmonton.ca/programs_services/housing/first-place-stories.aspx) while integrating with communities that helped design the look and “fit” of the developments.
These families benefit from the opportunity to call a place their own and get ahead financially, but the community at large benefits too. Owning a home keeps families rooted in neighbourhoods, something that's needed for communities to flourish over time.
The homes are market priced, with a five-year deferral on the land portion of the mortgage, making them more accessible to first time buyers.