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Donate A ride Campaign
The campaign kicks off December 19th, 2016, find out how you can help. DONATE A RIDE has grown tremendously and helps thousands of Edmontonians every year through local social service agencies who provide transit tickets to low-income individuals in need of basic transportation to get to employment, educational and social services, improving their quality of life. Learn More.
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The City has mailed out its' property assessment notices to all property owners within the City of Edmonton. Please take the time to review your property’s assessed value, obtain more information if you have questions or concerns about the updated market value assessment of your property and plan ahead for your property tax payment.
From December 19, 2016 to January 31, 2017, transit riders can place donations in ETS fare boxes using DONATE A RIDE envelopes provided by bus operators. Collected donations will be distributed by 74 community agencies that provide services to low-income individuals and families, including seniors and at-risk youth.
A long-time teacher and athletic coach, and Edmonton city councillor since 1998, Bryan Anderson represents his ward with experience.
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The recent city council terms have been full of forward thinking, resulting in a document called "The Way Ahead" that includes a 10 year plan.