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Front Yards in Bloom

Edmonton Yards Flourish in Front of VIP Judges

July 27, 2015

The 2015 Front Yards in Bloom VIP Judges’ Tour is in full swing with judges touring the six finalists chosen from a record-breaking number of nominated yards.


City Planning Annual Report

Edmonton Plans a Bright and Exciting Future

July 23, 2015

The City of Edmonton’s newest annual report puts the spotlight on how a growing, vibrant city builds for today and decades into the future.



City Breaking Building Permit Records in 2015

July 22, 2015

The construction sector in Edmonton shows continued strength despite a slowdown in Alberta’s economy.


Sand Recycling

Edmonton’s Sand and Salt Strategy Saves More Than Just Money

July 21, 2015

City programs recycle abrasive materials and reduce salt use.



Edmonton on the Short List to Host Extreme Summer Sports Competition

July 16, 2015

Edmonton Events is bidding to bring the International Festival of Extreme Sports (FISE) World Series to Alberta’s capital city.


Rogers Place Pubic Artwork

Three Public Art Concepts for Rogers Place Unveiled

July 14, 2015

The Edmonton Arts Council and City of Edmonton unveiled the concepts for the three final public artworks that will be created for Rogers Place.


311 App

More than 17,000 Download 311 App in First Year

July 14, 2015

The Edmonton 311 App is celebrating its first birthday.


Rainfall Data

Gauge the Storm with Rainfall Data

July 13, 2015

Edmontonians can now find out how much it rained in different parts of the city.



Attitudes and Behaviour Collide on City Roads

July 13, 2015

New research shows many Edmonton drivers do the very same things on the road they consider unacceptable and a threat to their personal safety.


Green Living Guide

It’s So Easy Being Green

July 11, 2015

The City of Edmonton has launched a new guide to help Edmontonians live a greener life.


Gambrel House

New Rules Encourage More Creative Housing Design

July 09, 2015

Edmonton City Council has approved changes to the Zoning Bylaw rules governing the height and grade of buildings.



Buzz’tin Myths About Bees

July 09, 2015

The City of Edmonton is giving wings to a campaign to bust some common myths about bees now that beekeeping is allowed within city limits.


Capital City Clean Up

And the Tidiest Schoolyards Are…

July 08, 2015

Students across the city got their hands dirty this year to take part in the annual Schoolyard Cleanup program.


Whyte Avenue Alley

Alley Gets a Remake as Pedestrian Plaza

July 08, 2015

The City of Edmonton’s CITYlab is turning an alley located on the north side of Whyte Avenue between 104 and 105 Street into a pedestrian-friendly plaza.


Canada Packers Chimney Stack

Keepin’ Intact That Chimney Stack

July 08, 2015

The City of Edmonton has formally designated the Canada Packers chimney stack as a Municipal Historic Resource.


Laurel Green

Laurel Green: A Great, Big, Green Success!

June 30, 2015

The City of Edmonton’s Laurel Green development is quickly becoming one of Edmonton’s most popular green communities.


Ivor Dent Sports Park Opening

New Ivor Dent Sports Park Blends Together Sport and Culture, and Sustainability

June 28, 2015

A new sports park in southeast Edmonton, named after former Edmonton Mayor Ivor Dent, brings together sporting and cultural groups that promotes athletic excellence.


Edmonton Urban Design Awards

Has Your Urban Design Project Helped Transform Edmonton?

June 26, 2015

Nominations are now open for the Edmonton Urban Design Awards.


City Hall

Pierrette Requier Named Edmonton’s Poet Laureate

June 23, 2015

Franco-Albertan poet brings a bilingual voice to role.


Mechanized River Valley Access

River Valley Access Gets a Lift

June 23, 2015

Mechanized access to be built in downtown Edmonton.


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Carol Hurst


Title Media Relations Unit, Communications