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Housing Opportunities Program for Edmonton

HOPE for Homeowners Needing Help with Winter Maintenance

October 30, 2014

The City of Edmonton’s Housing Opportunities Program for Edmonton (HOPE) provides grants of up to $20,000 for eligible homeowners.


Living Wall

Living Wall Provides Green Barrier Between Homes and Traffic

October 29, 2014

The City of Edmonton has launched a demonstration project in Mill Woods called a living wall.



Bandit Taxis on the Prowl this Halloween

October 28, 2014

Edmontonians are reminded to avoid bandit cabs this weekend which are not only unlicensed, they’re also unsafe.


2014 Construction Wrap Up

Busy 2014 Road Construction Season Wraps Up

October 28, 2014

City delivers on its commitment to road infrastructure.


City Hall

City Releases Proposed Drainage and Waste Utilities Budgets

October 24, 2014

The proposed 2015 budgets for the City of Edmonton’s two utilities - Waste Management Services and Drainage Services - have been posted online.


Small Business Eco Challenge Awards

And the Green Winners Are...

October 22, 2014

Small business eco awards recognize environmental successes.


311 App

City Launches New Services on the Edmonton 311 App

October 22, 2014

The City of Edmonton has added 17 new reporting options to the Edmonton 311 App.


Baranow Estates II

City and Province Help Create Affordable Housing with Opening of Baranow Estates II

October 17, 2014

A new four-storey, 51-unit apartment complex will provide safe, affordable housing to more than 120 Edmontonians with the official opening of Baranow Estates II.


ETS Control Centre

New ETS Control Centre Official Opening

October 17, 2014

Edmonton Transit System’s Control Centre, the nerve centre for ETS operations including LRT, Security, and Bus Operations, has been renovated and is now officially open.


Everyday Political Citizens

City Celebrates Everyday Political Citizens

October 09, 2014

The City of Edmonton wants to recognize existing and emerging leaders who have made a difference in our city, by joining a national project that celebrates Everyday Political Citizens.


MacEwan LRT Station

Metro Line to Open in Early 2015

October 08, 2014

The City is getting closer to opening the Metro Line, and now expects trains to start running on the LRT extension to NAIT in early 2015.


Walterdale Bridge Rehabilitation Project

Walterdale Bridge Project Wraps Up a Busy Summer

October 07, 2014

As another construction season winds down on city roads, work on the Walterdale Bridge Replacement Project continues.


Neon Sign Museum

City Recognized as Leader in Community Planning

October 06, 2014

The City of Edmonton is a winner three times over for its leadership in innovation and planning after an Alberta Professional Planners Institute (APPI) ceremony October 6, 2014.


Abbottsfield Recreation Centre

Abbottsfield Recreation Centre Opens to the Public

September 27, 2014

Centre will be community hub for growing neighbourhood.


Pedestrian Safety

Pedestrian Safety is Everyone’s Responsibility

September 26, 2014

Shorter days mean less visibility, increased collision rate.


The Confederacy of Treaty Six First Nations

Second Annual Treaty Six Day Proclaimed in Edmonton

September 25, 2014

City announces funding to find location where historic Treaty No. 6 was signed.


Edmonton Energy and Technology Park map

City Council Increases Opportunities to Attract Industrial Investments

September 24, 2014

Further to ongoing collaborative work with Sturgeon County and Fort Saskatchewan, City Council has moved ahead to support major eco-industrial land-use opportunities in the Edmonton Energy and Technology Park.


Edmonton Homeless Commission

Plan to End Homelessness Wins Award for City of Edmonton

September 24, 2014

The City of Edmonton has been recognized for its 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness, winning the Sustainability in Action Award from the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association.


Alex Decoteau

New Downtown Park Named After Alex Decoteau

September 24, 2014

Alex Decoteau, an athlete, a soldier, and Canada’s first aboriginal police officer, is being honoured through the naming of a new park in downtown Edmonton.


City Hall

Edmonton Seeks Small Boundary Adjustment in Sturgeon County

September 24, 2014

The City of Edmonton is taking steps to acquire roughly 40 acres of land from Sturgeon County in the vicinity of 66 Street NW, north of Anthony Henday Drive.


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Carol Hurst


Title Media Relations Unit, Communications