- API dashboard.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-11-27T23:23:19.000Z
Traffic Injury Rate measures the rate of vehicle collisions in Edmonton that resulted in injuries per 1,000 population. Injuries include minor, major, and fatal. Collision and population data is provided by the Office of Traffic Safety and is subject to revisions as more information becomes available. Source: https://dashboard.edmonton.ca/Transportation/Traffic-Safety-Intersection-Injury-Information/g2nn-qd2k
- API dashboard.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-11-14T23:10:02.000Z
EPS Proactive Patrol Time measures the % of EPS patrol shift time that is spent engaged in proactive or preventative policing activities. When not engaging in proactive work, a patrol members time is spent either completing calls-for-service, administrative duties, or as “other” (e.g., getting set up for shift). Proactive patrol work can be thought of as a policing investment that prevents or suppresses future criminality, or helps maintain public safety. Examples include patrolling a drinking establishment near closing time, searching out an individual with outstanding criminal warrants, or check in with a domestic-violence offender to ensure they are complying with their court ordered conditions.
- API dashboard.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-12-06T18:54:29.000Z
This dataset provides statistics on EPS-issued warrants that have yet to be executed. Persons with Criminal Warrants are persons where their most serious warrant is for a criminal offence (however, they may have additional non-criminal warrants). Persons with Non-Criminal Warrants are persons where their most serious warrant is non-criminal (and hence do not have a criminal warrant). Data is provided to EPS from the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) Ottawa.
- API dashboard.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2015-08-26T22:34:43.000Z
This measure is calculated by dividing the tonnes of construction waste that is taken to recycling or re-use facilities by the total tonnes of construction waste produced during the construction of the project. The target is 75% and is only measured for buildings that are striving for LEED certification.
- API dashboard.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-11-20T16:12:49.000Z
Data here measures the number of impaired driving incidents per 100,000 population. Incidents include impairment from alcohol, narcotics, or prescription medication, and include failure to comply with testing. Data is obtained from Statistics Canada, tables 252-0075 to 252-0081.
- API dashboard.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2018-07-12T17:50:10.000Z
Total Response Time is measured from when dispatch receives the call until the first pumper arrives on scene. Fire Rescue's goal is for Total Response Time to be under 7 minutes, 90% of the time. Total Response Time is comprised of Communication Time, Turnout Time and Travel Time. Fire Full First Alarm measures from the time the first unit left station until 16 firefighters are on scene. Fire Rescue's target is to deploy a complement of 16 firefighters on scene 8 minutes or less, 90% of the time. *The Fire Rescue Master Plan was approved in July 2012, which included a change in first full response from 14 firefighter's on scene to 16 firefighter's on scene. The data from July 2012 has been updated to reflect this change in methodology.
- API dashboard.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-02-13T18:22:03.000Z
This data set provides the total amount of energy used (in MW) by all departments of the City of Edmonton, per person. It includes vehicle fuels (i.e. gasoline, diesel, propane and natural gas), natural gas heating for buildings, and electricity use for lighting, running the LRT, cooling buildings, etc. Per capita energy use is gradually declining as LED street lights are installed, vehicle fuel efficiency improves and building energy retrofits are completed.
Edmontonians’ Assessment: Access to Amenities and Services that Improve Quality of Life - Chart Viewdashboard.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2018-06-07T20:45:05.000Z
Edmontonians’ Assessment: Access to Amenities and Services that Improve Quality of Life measures the percentage of respondents to the Edmontonians’ Perception Survey who report having access to amenities and services that will improve their quality of life. A third-party vendor conducts the survey by telephone.
- API dashboard.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2018-06-21T15:29:23.000Z
Edmontonians’ Assessment: Safe City measures the percentage of respondents to the Edmontonians’ Perception Survey who report that overall, Edmonton is a safe city. This measure is used to assess whether Edmontonians feel safe and are more likely to participate in activities outside the home. A third-party vendor conducts the survey by telephone.
- API dashboard.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2016-08-05T18:00:29.000Z
There are a number of green building rating systems currently being used in Edmonton including LEED, BuildGreen Canada and EnerGuide. These systems are indicators of a shift to a greener building stock. This is the yearly number of BuiltGreen Canada certified Homes