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Edmonton's Approach to Managing Historic Resources

Gibson BlockHistoric resources of all kinds are a link to our past and give citizens insight into the growth and development of Edmonton from a small prairie town to a significant Canadian city.

These resources include magnificent mansions that were built by pioneer entrepreneurs more than a century ago, commercial buildings with solid brick construction, wrought iron ornamentation and ornate wood trim, and public structures that feature classic architectural styles.

The City of Edmonton is proud of its historical resources and works hard to preserve them.

 

Find out how you can designate your building as a Municipal Historic Resource.
Discover which buildings are eligible for designation as a Municipal Historic Resource.
A collection of historic signs that tell a story about Edmonton's neon past.
Learn about the many benefits of conserving our historic resources.
Connect with Edmonton's rich past through a historic walking tour.
Preserving and enhancing areas worthy or being recognized as historic.
Find answers to your questions about heritage planning and historic resource conservation.
News on seminars, heritage inventories and areas currently being assessed.

For More Information

Robert Geldart

Sustainable Development
6th Floor, 10250 - 101 St NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3P4

Title Senior Heritage Planner
Telephone

780-496-6123

Fax 780-401-7052
Email robert.geldart@edmonton.ca

David Johnston

Sustainable Development
6th Floor, 10250 - 101 St NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3P4
Title Principal Heritage Planner
Telephone 780-496-5281
Fax 780-401-7052
Email david.johnston2@edmonton.ca

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