Council called for a redirection from Administration on Automated Parking Enforcement & Accessible Placards The City of Edmonton's Administration recently made plans to implement automated parking enforcement on July 5th, but that date has now been postponed. Their plans failed to take into consideration feedback about how this change would affect parking options for Edmontonians who… Continue reading Stalled Parking Changes
Mobility challenges are tough enough without the city making them tougher, yet here we are. The City of Edmonton is moving to Automated Parking Enforcement. That means payment for parking in city E-park zones will be monitored by a camera attached to a vehicle instead of Parking Enforcement Officers monitoring vehicles on foot. Tickets will… Continue reading Parking Changes Pose Problems
Great News for NE Edmonton The uncertainty created by the North East River Crossing for landowners and small businesses in Edmonton's northeast has been a real problem for many years. Since the river crossing was first proposed, stakeholders in Ward 4 have been voicing their concerns about the controversial project. When I was out door knocking and… Continue reading No Need for the Northeast River Crossing
Ward 4 residents—please take the time to complete a brief survey on speed management at the bottom of the page! Roadway infrastructure, maintenance, and safety are among the most significant services that the City of Edmonton provides for Edmontonians. Which means that the City of Edmonton is committed to getting you from Point A to… Continue reading Possible Speed Changes Ahead – Feedback Requested!
The plans for the proposed West Valley LRT line have been the subject of a contentious and spirited debate both inside and outside of City Hall. A week long discussion in Council Chambers came to an end in the evening of March 23rd, when Council voted to proceed with the proposed design. The Valley Line… Continue reading All Aboard: West Valley LRT
You may have noticed a change in signs posted around schools in Edmonton these past few months. All previously designated Schools Zones in Edmonton have now become Playground Zones. The transition to Playground Zones introduced a couple of minor changes: The 30 km/hr speed limit will be in effect from 7:30 to 21:00. That is, from… Continue reading Ease Up and Slow Down: Playground Zones in Effect
Over the next few months, Council will be carefully reviewing, reassessing, and restructuring the City of Edmonton’s solid waste management. This evaluation will reassess the collection services, disposal infrastructure, and waste diversion programs to address the shortcomings demonstrated in the Waste Services Audit, released in February 2018. This process has already begun, with City administration… Continue reading Waste Management Strategy Update: Part 1