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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.


Edmonton Fire Cadet Program

Class Is In For Edmonton’s Newest Fire Cadets

September 23, 2014

ATCO Gas announced a three-year commitment of $48,000 to fund the new Edmonton Fire Rescue Services (EFRS) Fire Cadet program.


Borden Park

Revitalized Borden Park Ready to Welcome Edmontonians

September 19, 2014

The newly revitalized Borden Park is officially open for business following four years of planning and construction.


Bike Routes

New Bike Routes Identified for Downtown and Old Strathcona

September 19, 2014

83 Avenue and 102 Avenue are the top ranked locations for the City’s newest bike routes through Downtown/Oliver/Glenora and in Strathcona/Garneau.


Fire Rescue Services Technical Rescue Team

Firefighters Tackle a Steep Learning Curve

September 18, 2014

A group of elite firefighters who are part of Edmonton’s Fire Rescue Services Technical Rescue Team conducted intense rescue training exercises on a steep embankment in the River Valley’s Rio Park.


Some Motorists Slow to Learn About School Zones

September 08, 2014

More than 400 violations around elementary schools during first week of new speed limit.


City of Edmonton and Leduc County Complete Second Annexation Negotiation Meeting

September 05, 2014

Representatives from both the City of Edmonton and Leduc County met to continue work on the annexation negotiations.


Commonwealth Games bid

Edmonton Kicks Off Efforts to Build Support for 2022 Commonwealth Games Bid

September 02, 2014

September 2, 2014, marks one year to decision on host city


2014 Census Results

Edmonton’s 2014 Census Confirms Strong Population Growth

August 29, 2014

City’s population sits at 877,926, an increase of 7.39% over 2012.


School Zones

New School Zones Introduced Around Edmonton Elementary Schools

August 28, 2014

Student safety at the head of the class for the City of Edmonton.


Great Neighbourhoods Capital Program

Great Neighbourhoods Capital Program Invests $15 Million in Edmonton Neighbourhoods

August 22, 2014

The City of Edmonton's Great Neighbourhoods Capital Program is investing $15 million in 18 neighbourhoods across the city in 2014.


Car Free Whyte Avenue

Share Your Views on Car Free Whyte Avenue Pilot

August 20, 2014

The City of Edmonton is seeking feedback on a proposed pilot program that would see part of Whyte Avenue shut down to vehicles on the busiest pedestrian nights of the year.


Edmonton in Bloom Awards

Awards Ceremony Recognizes Edmonton’s Top Blooms

August 13, 2014

This year’s winner of Edmonton’s most beautiful front yard went to a homeowner in Delwood (7802-132A Ave).


Alberta Weed Spotter

New Smartphone App Takes Aim at Alberta’s Most Noxious Weeds

August 13, 2014

A new iPhone application developed by the City of Edmonton is taking the guesswork out of weed identification.


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Title Media Relations Unit, Communications