Category Archives: Neighbourhood Renewal

Summer Storm Update from the City of Edmonton

26 July, 2012 City of Edmonton Storm Information Update – July 25, 2012 Environment Canada reports that Edmonton’s average rainfall in July is 90 mm. Some areas of Edmonton have already had double the average rainfall. In south and west … Continue reading

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Flood Prevention Upgrades for Mill Creek Area– Info Session 14 June POSTPONED

UPDATE (5 June): We have just been informed that the June 14 public information session has been postponed to allow the Drainage branch to finish up design work.  We will post the new info session time and date as soon … Continue reading

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Watch for your 2012 property tax notice in your mailbox

The City of Edmonton is mailing more than 327,000 property tax notices to collect enough revenue to cover about half the cost of providing all City services and programs that citizens use in 2012. http://www.edmonton.ca/city_government/news/2012/city-mails-2012-property-tax-notices.aspx For more information on residential … Continue reading

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Building Great Neighbourhoods in 2012

May 15, 2012 City invests $215 million in infrastructure projects this year The City of Edmonton is investing $215 million in a total of 76 neighbourhoods in 2012 to renew and replace neighbourhood infrastructure and enhance community connections and overall … Continue reading

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Neighbourhood Renewal 2011

The City of Edmonton wrapped up its Neighbourhood Renewal Projects for 2011 in October after investing $184.2 million in infrastructure: roads, drainage, streetlights, curbs, and sidewalks. http://www.edmonton.ca/city_government/news/neighbourhood-makeovers-wind-down-for-the-year.aspx

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