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Note: On November 1, 2016, Alberta adopted a new building code with a higher energy standard. We are currently working on updating Edmonton's Green Home Guide to reflect the changes.

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Working Together Towards A Greener Future

The Green Home Guide is an important part of Edmonton’s ongoing effort to become a sustainable and resilient city.

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Whether you’re buying a home, selling a home or completing renovations, Edmonton’s Green Home Guide can help you achieve a greener standard, lower utility bills and join other Edmontonians on the quest to become a carbon neutral city. To get started, you can download the Green Guide in its entirety, or explore the basics section by section.

Get the complete Green Home Guide (2nd edition), or check out the sections that interest you:

Buying a single-family home or a condo, you’ll want to ask many of these questions.
Building green is about conserving resources during construction and throughout the operation of a building.
Learn about the City of Edmonton's Green Building policy and plan.
An ever-evolving map showcasing the growth of green buildings.

The Way We Green

The City's long-term environmental strategy for a sustainable community.

The Way We Green Newsletter

A monthly update on City projects, programs and initiatives that work toward implementing our environmental strategic plan.

For More Information

Green Building

8th Floor, HSBC Bank Place
10250-101 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta
T5J 3P4


In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311


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