During a potential Canada Post service disruption, please use alternate means to pay City bills and conduct other business with the City.
Paying bills, taxes, fines, licence and permit fees
There are a variety of alternatives for paying:
- Taxes and City bills
- Traffic and Bylaw Offence tickets
- Corporate Accounts Payable
- Corporate Billing and Accounts Receivable Invoices
- Licence and Permit Fees
- Buying ETS Transit Tickets and Passes
Pet Licence Renewal Notices and Tags
Postal delivery disruptions at Canada Post may impact the mailing of pet licence renewal notices and tags. It may also cause a delay in cheque payments sent to the City of Edmonton by mail.
Pet owners are still required to pay for their pet’s licence and are encouraged to use other payment options (online at licenseyourpet.ca or in person at the Animal Care & Control Centre). Pet owners who would like to receive a tag immediately can visit the Animal Care & Control Centre at 13550 163 Street NW.
Pet owners are welcome to call 311 to inquire about when their pet’s licence expires and to learn how to use the online payment system.
Development Permit Notifications
During the current Canada Post service disruption, notification for development permits will continue to be sent in the mail. However, there may be a minor delay because of the disruption.
The list of applications requiring notification will be posted on the Development Permits web page.