A new website for Calgary’s City of Edmonton website is now live and ready for testing.
City of Edmonton CEO and CEO Doug Saunders released the first batch of the Edmonton website in December.
He said the project is being run by an external developer and that the Edmonton team is working with local web developers to improve their delivery capabilities.
The Edmonton website was created with an eye towards making it easy for customers to find and manage their data, but Saunders said the city is working on improving its ability to manage its data and that it will be ready for launch in time for the 2018/2019 academic year.
Saunders said the site is a work in progress and that a lot of work remains to be done to get it to the point where it is ready to be used.
Swarms of Edmonton residents have been asked to register with the City of Alberta and will need to pay a $35 registration fee before they can access the Edmonton database.
A new website is being developed in Edmonton by the city.
The city of Edmonton is preparing to launch the Edmonton site in 2018/19.
(CBC)”The goal of this is to have the website fully operational by the end of 2018,” Saunders said.
“We will have it fully operational in late fall, early winter, and then we will roll it out to our residents in the fall.”
The city’s website, the Edmonton Site, will provide residents with a seamless way to manage their personal and business information.
The city has been working to improve its delivery of data, particularly when it comes to online registration, which is now more streamlined and more accessible than ever before.
The City of Calgary has been a pioneer in providing online registration.
The City of Toronto, for example, began offering online registration in February 2018 and has now expanded to nearly 60 per cent of all Toronto homes.
In 2019, Edmonton City Councillor Greg Selinger introduced a motion calling for a national database of personal information for all municipalities and territories in Canada.