Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I contact Bev?
- Can Bev speak at my event?
- What’s 311 and how should I use it?
- What’s happening with the Blatchford development?
- What’s happening with the Charles Camsell Hospital property?
- When is my street scheduled for snow removal?
- How do I get a pothole fixed?
311 is Edmonton’s non-emergency phone line for City government information and services. Having a central point of contact for all inquiries helps the City prioritize areas for attention.
You can call 311 for information on City of Edmonton programs and services, or to register any complaints of concerns that require the City’s attention.
311 is not an emergency service and does not replace 911. If you have an emergency situation, please call 911 for assistance.
The development of the Blatchford site offers exciting opportunities for Edmonton to step up as a world leader in building sustainable communities. You can view development plans, learn about the area’s approach to sustainability, and get the latest news at the City of Edmonton’s Welcome to Blatchford page.
Bev understands that this undeveloped property has been a sore spot for the Inglewood community for a long time. The City is working with the property owner to address security, safety, and bylaw concerns. You can find out more at the City’s Charles Camsell Property Update page.