The Phase 2 Parking Ban resumes on Monday, January 10. As of 7am, vehicles in residential and industrial areas must be moved off of the roadways to allow crews to effectively clear the snow. Edmontonians can view an interactive online map to confirm where crews are operating and which areas have been cleared.
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Integrated Infrastructure Services designs and delivers infrastructure on behalf of Council and citizens. This department is responsible for delivering more than $4 billion in infrastructure projects over the next few years.
This branch helps build a great city through the planning and design of facilities and transportation infrastructure that serve all Edmontonians. They integrate existing policies and strategies, the results of public engagement, and lifecycle renewal requirements to advance capital infrastructure projects through the planning and design phases.
Infrastructure Planning and Design connects with business partners, the community and other stakeholders in the project development to determine scope, schedule and budget before transitioning projects to the Infrastructure Delivery Branch for execution.
This branch is committed to building a great city for its citizens. Infrastructure Delivery has 3 sections:
Facility Infrastructure Delivery
Transportation Infrastructure Delivery
Renewable Energy Systems
These sections contribute to the delivery of infrastructure in support of municipal services required by citizens and City Council. Their focus is on effective project and construction management, using consistent project management practices, to deliver the infrastructure projects identified in the approved capital budget.
This branch is responsible for planning, designing and delivering LRT infrastructure and expansion capital projects, including transit centres and LRT stations along the existing and future LRT lines, and renewal work for both.
LRT Expansion and Renewal makes this work a reality through ongoing stakeholder engagement and by providing project management and technical services. This work is enhanced by its knowledge and relationships with corporate business partners, industry and other stakeholders.
This branch builds, renews and enhances neighbourhood and open space infrastructure to create welcoming, energized and healthy communities where people live and play.
They mobilize community participation by working with citizens and community stakeholders in order to transform neighbourhoods and open spaces by creating strong and sustainable infrastructure that serves the needs of citizens for both today and tomorrow.