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Activities, Parks and Recreation
Be active and enjoy the city

Fitness Centres and Gyms

The fitness centres and gyms (for badminton and pickleball) are currently open at the following recreation centres:

Leisure Centres and Aquatic Areas

The following aquatic areas are currently open:

Indoor Arenas

All City operated arenas are currently open, with the exception of the following:
  • Confederation (Closed for rehabilitation work until summer 2021)
  • Downtown Community Arena (Currently being used by the NHL; bookings will resume soon)
  • Michael Cameron Arena (Opening September 23)
  • Oliver Arena (Opening September 30)
  • Tipton Arena (Opening September 21)

All other arenas are currently open for bookings. View arena locations.

All visits require a pre-registration for a particular time slot and amenity.

75 minute  - Fitness centre and court sports
60 minute  - Public swim/aquafit/outdoor fitness
30 minute  - Lane swim

Book Your Time Slot

Attractions and Events
 Places to go, things to do

The Edmonton Valley Zoo is now open with new safety measures and guidelines. Come visit safely and please obey public health orders and guidelines.

Tickets are not available at the gate and are being sold online only. Members and Pass Holders must also book tickets online in advance.

Buy Tickets / Book Timed Entry 

Business and Economy
Developing and maintaining a strong business community

Please refer to COVID-19 Support for Edmonton Businesses for information and resources available to you during this difficult time.

Read about up-to-date COVID-19 related service adjustments for development, permit, licensing, and construction & inspection services.

City Government
 The foundation of a dynamic, resilient Edmonton

The Council and Committee meeting schedule has been impacted by COVID-19. 
Please visit edmonton.ca/meetings for more information on what meetings are currently scheduled.

City Hall is closed to the public until further notice to ensure the health and safety of Council, City employees and the public.
Staff and accredited media will continue to have access to the building and the parkade will remain open to the public.

City-run Projects and Plans
Building Edmonton

Driving, Cycling and Walking
 Getting around Edmonton

Current Traffic Disruptions

Know what's happening and plan your commute.

Shared Streets & Lane Closures

The City of Edmonton is continuing to adjust roadways, with a priority for densely populated areas, to provide more outdoor space for people to move around safely.

Shared Streets

Shared Streets are open for people who walk, bike and drive, regardless of how they choose to move around our city.

Vehicle access is restricted to local traffic only along Shared Streets, and since all modes are using the same space, the speed limit is reduced to 20 km/hr.

Streets in densely populated neighbourhoods are the priority, so all Edmontonians have an opportunity to space out. 

  • 103 Avenue (111 Street to 125 Street)
  • 125 Street (Jasper Avenue to 103 Avenue)
  • Jasper Avenue (124 Street to 125 Street) 
  • 115 Street (103 Avenue to alley south of 100 Avenue)
  • 114 Street (103 Avenue to 103a Avenue)  
  • 108 Street (99 Avenue to 104 Avenue)
  • 110 Street (University Avenue to Saskatchewan Drive)
  • 88 Avenue (109 Street to 110 Street)
  • 84 Avenue (109 Street  to 112 Street)
    University Ave (109 Street to 114 Street) 
  • 112 Avenue S (112 Avenue to 76 Street)
    76 Street (112 Avenue S to 110 Avenue)
    110 Avenue (76 Street to 75 Street)
    75 Street (110 Avenue to Ada Boulevard)
  • Ada Boulevard (44 Street to 75 Street)
    Ada Boulevard (109 Avenue to 104 Avenue)
  • 119 Avenue (106 Street Service Road to 101 Street)
    101 Street (118 Avenue to 124 Avenue)
  • 113 Street (111 Avenue to 105 Avenue)
    109 Avenue (118 Street to 106 Street)
    109 Avenue (109 Street to 106 Street)
  • 96 Street (111 Avenue to 103a Avenue)
    108a Avenue (96 Street to 94 Street)
Lane Closures
  • Victoria Promenade (100 Avenue) from 116 Street to 121 Street:
    the bike lane was expanded and converted to a shared-use space for people walking and biking
  • Victoria Park Road from 116 Street to Groat Bridge:
    curb lane converted to a shared-use space for people walking and biking
  • Saskatchewan Drive from 105 Street to 109 Street:
    traffic is reduced to a single lane with the north lane converted to a shared-use space for people walking and biking
  • 104 Street from University Avenue to Saskatchewan Drive:  
    vehicle lane reduction, northbound travel lanes are converted to a shared-use space for people walking and biking
  • Saskatchewan Drive from 110 Street to 116 Street:
    the westbound lane will be closed to provide a shared space for people walking and biking, next to the shared-pathway
  • Jasper Avenue from 121 Street to 124 Street:
    traffic reduced to a single lane in the eastbound direction, as the eastbound curb lane will be converted to a shared-use space for people walking and biking
  • 103A Avenue from Jasper Ave to 99 Street:
    lane converted to a shared-use space for people walking and biking
  • Jasper Avenue from 103A Ave to 82 Street:
    lane converted to a shared-use space for people walking and biking
  • 82 Street  from Jasper Avenue to 112 Avenue:
    lane converted to a shared-use space for people walking and biking
  • 112 Avenue from 82 street to 112 Avenue:
    lane converted to a shared-use space for people walking and biking
  • Whyte Avenue (82 Avenue) north side, from Gateway Boulevard to 105 Street:
    parking lane and right travel lane closure to provide additional space for people to enjoy restaurant patios and retail stores
  • 102 Street from Whyte Avenue to the alley north of 81 Avenue:
    conversion of street to one-way southbound for vehicles to provide additional space for people to enjoy restaurant patios and retail stores

Home and Neighbourhood
 Our vibrant city starts at home

Neighbourhoods

Select a neighbourhood and find out more.

Programs and Services
 A caring, informed, service-driven City

Transit (ETS)
 Providing public transportation and services

Regular Service Resumes August 30
We are pleased to welcome back riders to regular bus service starting August 30. We thank ETS customers for their patience and understanding over the past 5 months as we made adjustments in response to the pandemic to help keep Edmontonians safe.

Regular bus service resumed August 30, information about School Special buses and post-secondary routes, as well as health and safety information. 

Updated September 1, 2020

Stay Safe and Healthy on Transit

We are in this together - we can keep each other safe and healthy by following a few simple steps. Wear a mask or face covering, physically distance yourself from others, consider travelling during off-peak times and continue to follow AHS guidelines. Bus shields and LRT cabs provide excellent protection so Operators do not need to wear masks when in a shielded area. However, Operators and other public facing transit employees will wear masks when going into public areas.

Cleaning and Disinfecting

Updated July 7, 2020

We are continuing our daily enhanced cleaning and disinfecting on buses, LRT, DATS vehicles, transit centres, LRT stations as well as high touch areas.

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