Improvements such as lane paving are handled through a Local Improvement. For the procedures to follow, please refer to the Local Improvements page.
Streets and Lanes FAQs
To have a tree or hedge looked at, please have the civic address of the property of concern on hand and contact the Engineering Services department at 403-342-8158.
This information is available in our Curb, Sidewalk and Driveway Crossing Policy (pdf) or by contacting the Engineering Services department at 403-342-8158. Estimates can be obtained over the phone and are subject to street conditions, size and time of year.
Curb ramps are installed at all intersections in new subdivisions. Curb ramps are installed only if the sidewalk requires replacement as a priority under the Capital Sidewalk Program.
Contact the Engineering Services department for further information.
To have a parking meter hooded, contact the Engineering Services department at 403-342-8158. They will require the number of the meter (shown on each meter) to be hooded and the duration the hooding is required. Applicable charges will apply.
Hoarding is another term for using a portion of the sidewalk, laneway or roadway for a temporary period to accommodate construction or maintenance of your property. There is a charge for this based upon the size of the hoarding and the length of time you wish to use it. Please contact the Engineering Services department at 403-342-8158 for further information or to arrange for this service.
Sidewalks can be installed by homeowners under a Local Improvement process or possibly in connection with the Capital Sidewalk Program. Contact the Engineering Services department at 403-342-8158.