- API data.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-07-17T16:54:24.000Z
List of Top 100 Intersection Collision Locations in Edmonton for the years 2012-2013. This file contains information about those intersections in Edmonton , with a breakdown of collisions by the standard list of causes used in reporting. Collision information is provided by the Motor Vehicle Collision Information System (MVCIS), maintained by the City of Edmonton Office of Traffic Safety. This system tracks police-reported collisions involving at least one motor vehicle that occur on public roadways and which result in property damage of $1,000 or more, as well as any collisions resulting in injury or fatality. This file is meant as a companion piece to the Annual Collision Report, produced by the City of Edmonton Office of Traffic Safety. Please refer to the full report for more information on collisions in Edmonton, and definitions of the collision causes and injury types used in this file.
- API data.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-07-17T17:00:01.000Z
The depth layer that this spatial data represents is the 0.50 m to 0.75 m Surface Ponding Depth (Red) layer. This raster file was created as a result of a 2013 to 2016 study done for the Edmonton area to determine the vulnerable areas of Edmonton in regards to a 1 in 100 year rainfall event. Due to the constant changing of subsurface infrastructure (adding, upgrading, etc.) combined with the constant changing definition of a 1 in 100 year rainfall event (based on historic rainfall amounts), this raster file reflects the results of a study done in 2016 and should neither suggest previous year’s vulnerabilities nor future year’s vulnerabilities. There are four different colours to show the depth of water that might pool on the ground during a large rainstorm. Those colours are: Green (representing a ponding depth from 0.00 - 0.35 m) Yellow (representing a ponding depth from 0.35 - 0.50 m) Orange (representing a ponding depth from 0.50 to 0.75 m) Red (representing a ponding depth greater than 0.75 m) For a more information regarding the Flood Risk Maps and the City’s proactive strategy see : https://www.edmonton.ca/city_government/documents/RoadsTraffic/City-wide_Flood_Mitigation_Study.pdf This dataset is based on 2014 information and will not be updated further. The model is based on a theoretical, worst-case scenario storm that has never occurred in the Edmonton area. Model Accuracy: For Areas west and central Digital Elevation Model was used from 2004. For the rest of the areas Bare Earth LiDar data was used. The surface data used was set to a horizontal resolution of 2.5 meters with a grid cell of 5m by 5m. This puts the vertical resolution at an accuracy of 0.1 meters. This is a spline fit interpolations model. This is a 1D-1D model with 2D interpolations.The accuracy of the information provided in these data sets is plus or minus 10 cm vertically, and 10 cm horizontally. The 100 year flood was based on the 2015 Edmonton 4 year Chicago storm event over 20 plus neighbourhoods. The data is a collection of the worst case scenario of model runs. This is a common practice for Edmonton drainage models. These models are high level concept and projects determined from this data set will undergo finer, more detailed modeling. Disclaimer: No Warranty with Flood Risk Maps. Your use of the flood risk maps is solely at your own risk, and you are fully responsible for any consequences arising from your use of the flood risk maps. The flood risk maps are provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis, and you agree to use them solely at your own risk. There are no warranties, expressed or implied in respect to the flood risk maps or your use of them, including without limitation, implied warranties and conditions of merchantability and fitness for any particular purpose. Please note that the flood risk maps have been modified from their original source, and that all data visualization on maps are approximate and include only records that can be mapped. Geo Coordinate System: WGS84
- API data.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-07-17T17:15:57.000Z
Roadway Maintenance Area Polygon
- API data.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-07-17T16:48:49.000Z
This was one single topic among many as part of the August 2015 Mixed Topic survey. Test link to view these questions: https://www.edmontoninsightcommunity.ca/R.aspx?a=476&as=Hp0xa33UD7&t=1. Open from August 10 - 18, 2015. At the time the survey was launched survey invitations were sent to 3275 Insight Community Members. 1329 members completed the survey which represents a completion rate of 41%. A total of 1442 respondents completed the survey: 1329 Insight Community Members and 113 using the anonymous link which will have no demographic info.
- API data.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-07-17T17:05:47.000Z
Source data is from the Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB). This file shows all releases reported to the ERCB between January 1, 1975 and February 4, 2013. There are three entries before 1975, but in this database anyway, reporting seems unreliable before then. Note that these numbers do not include any releases from pipelines which cross provincial or national boundaries, as these are not under the ERCB’s jurisdiction. Volumes are given in cubic metres. To convert to barrels, multiply by 6.292. To convert to litres, multiply by 1000. The latitude and longitude coordinates show the centre point of each Alberta Township System Legal Subdivision that was given in the data. Locations are approximate and are accurate to within about 200 metres.
- API data.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-07-17T16:59:11.000Z
The urban Primary Land and Vegetation Inventory (PLVI) is an air photo-based, spatially referenced digital inventory developed to identify the type, extent and conditions of vegetation in urban areas of the Province of Alberta. At time of publication, the uPLVI coverage included the City of Edmonton and a 3.2 km buffer. The uPLVI follows the framework of, and can be integrated with, the Province of Alberta’s Primary Land and Vegetation Inventory (PLVI). In order to capture the unique variation found in large urban settings the Provincial PLVI landcover types were modified. To provide more land-cover information within urban settings seventeen Site Types were added to the Provincial PLVI classification. In addition, Seven PLVI Site Types were deemed inapplicable for urban settings. Ecological conditions in the uPLVI are interpreted specific to the availability of moisture and nutrients to plants (i.e. Moisture Regime & Nutrient Regime), using site factors and vegetation species as indicators. A polygon may be a-spatially attributed with up to 3 ecological conditions, depending on complexity and extent. See the uPLVI Interpreters Manual for additional information (https://data.edmonton.ca/Environmental-Services/uPLVI-Interpretation-Manual-October-2014/skyj-by77)
- API data.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-07-17T17:16:17.000Z
A map of special projects and major road construction sites planned for the current construction season.
- API data.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-07-17T16:50:46.000Z
A map of special projects and major road construction sites planned for the current construction season..
- API data.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-07-17T17:12:02.000Z
This data set contains a list of locations in Edmonton where a litter audit takes place every year.
- API data.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-07-28T10:17:19.000Z
List of all soccer fields maintained by the City of Edmonton