The City of Edmonton has designed this website to operate on a wide range of web browsers and operating systems. Our goal is to provide website access to all users, regardless of what technology they are using or their visual or physical impairments. The following applies to the main http://www.edmonton.ca/ site - some city subdomains and applications may have their own requirements.
This website is viewable in:
- Any modern standards compliant web browser
- Internet Explorer 9 and higher (Windows)
- Mozilla Firefox 32 and higher (Windows, Mac and Linux)
- Safari 7 and higher (Mac, Windows)
- Chrome 30 and higher (Windows, Mac and Linux)
- JAWS, VoiceOver and other screen readers
This website has been designed to work on iPhone, Blackberry, Android, and Windows mobile devices. On most mobile devices, you should receive the full version of the website. On devices that do not have a full graphical browser, you should receive a simplified version of the website.
In order to support as many visitors as possible and allow all users (including those with visual impairments or physical disabilities) to access this website, the site has been developed according to recognised accessibility standards set down by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
Some documents on this website are available in a PDF format. Adobe Acrobat is needed to open these files. Acrobat is available for download at no charge from Adobe, or some web browsers provide their own PDF viewer.
Videos on this website are provided in HTML5 format, which should be supported by recent browsers.
Audio clips on this website are provided in mp3 format and require a suitable audio player. Most modern browsers have this built in.
All pages on this website should print on regular 8.5" x 11" paper, free of navigation and non-content design elements. You should be able to print all site pages without colour or graphics. You do not require a special print-friendly version. All pages on this site can be printed using your browser's "Print" command.
Resizing Text on This Website
If you find text on this website difficult to read, most web browsers will let you change the default text size. You can easily set this yourself, and the help files in your browser will give you exact instructions.
Some City of Edmonton web applications may have their own requirements. Wherever possible, those applications are on their own sub-domain (such as maps.edmonton.ca), and they will list their requirements separately.