New Business Licence Bylaw In Effect in Edmonton
Edmonton

New Business Licence Bylaw In Effect in Edmonton

Public Service Announcement The new Business Licence Bylaw (Bylaw 20002) and associated fee schedule approved by City Council at the August 16, 2021 meeting (item 7.5) is now in effect. The old bylaw has been repealed but licences issued or renewed under the old bylaw will remain valid until they expire. The new bylaw provides clearer and more consistent … Continue reading

City of Edmonton services remain top priority as Omicron cases climb
Edmonton

City of Edmonton services remain top priority as Omicron cases climb

Public Service Announcement City services remain top priority as Omicron cases climb Like other Edmonton employers, the City of Edmonton is concerned about the potential impact that the highly transmissible Omicron variant of COVID-19 will have on City employees and all Edmontonians. Due to increasing COVID-19 cases across City departments, minor adjustments are being considered … Continue reading

DATS is now Dedicated Accessible Transit Service
Edmonton

DATS is now Dedicated Accessible Transit Service

News ReleaseDATS is now Dedicated Accessible Transit Service DATS is modernizing its service through an important language update to meet modern standards and the needs and expectations of riders. DATS, now updated to Dedicated Accessible Transit Service, is more inclusive and reflects the diverse individuals who rely on this vital service. The updated language does … Continue reading

Edmonton

New Automated Traffic Enforcement Technology Guideline released

News Release New Automated Traffic Enforcement Technology Guideline released Alberta’s new Automated Traffic Enforcement Technology Guideline has been released, and the City of Edmonton is pleased to see that it firmly establishes automated enforcement as a critical tool for street safety. “We have begun a comprehensive review of the new Automated Traffic Enforcement Technology Guideline … Continue reading