- API data.calgary.ca | Last Updated 2020-01-04T03:20:48.000Z
In this model amenities are classified under the following headings: Attractions, Community Centre, Court, Defibrillator, Health Clinic, Hospital, Internet Access, Library, Place of Worship, Post Secondary, Private School, Public School, Separate School, Skate Parks, Social Dev Ctr, Visitor Info. Name, address, location information and homepage information if available.
- API data.calgary.ca | Last Updated 2019-07-03T18:13:28.000Z
The source of this data is the 2018 Citizen Satisfaction Survey, a telephone survey conducted with a randomly selected sample of n=2,500 Calgarians aged 18 years and older between August 15th and September 12th, 2018. Of the sample, 40% were cell phones and 60% were landlines. The margin of error (MOE) for the total sample of 2,500 is ± 2.0 percentage points,19 times out of 20.
- API data.calgary.ca | Last Updated 2020-01-24T15:12:03.000Z
Identifies the coverage area of the Irrigation system (WATER DELIVERY SYSTEM) maintained by Calgary Parks or located on lands under Calgary Parks Stewardship.
- API data.calgary.ca | Last Updated 2020-01-24T15:10:51.000Z
Identifies the areas for Calgary Parks where maintenance operations take place;
- API data.calgary.ca | Last Updated 2019-12-13T19:46:56.000Z
Ward-level tabulations of annual census counts of residents, dwellings, and dwelling occupancy, categorized by dwelling structure type. Ward boundaries can change over time. These results are based on the ward boundaries at the time of data collection in each year.
- API data.calgary.ca | Last Updated 2019-12-13T19:47:01.000Z
Community-level tabulations of annual census counts of residents, dwellings, and dwelling occupancy, categorized by dwelling structure type. Community boundaries can change over time. These results are based on the community boundaries at the time of data collection in each year.
- API data.calgary.ca | Last Updated 2018-05-14T16:03:15.000Z
This dataset contains Finance' investment return ratings
- API data.calgary.ca | Last Updated 2018-02-01T17:00:31.000Z
City of Calgary Operating Budget by Department. These values are from the approved budget as at November 2014, and do not reflect budget adjustments since that date.<br /><br />Complete approved Action Plan 2015-2018: <a href="http://www.calgary.ca/CA/fs/Documents/Action-Plan/Approved/Action-Plan-2015-2018-Complete-Approved.pdf" target="_blank" rel="nofollow external">http://www.calgary.ca/CA/fs/Documents/Action-Plan/Approved/Action-Plan-2015-2018-Complete-Approved.pdf</a>
- API data.calgary.ca | Last Updated 2019-06-07T21:32:27.000Z
These inundation maps show whether a property is at risk for various sized river floods. The size of flood shown on this map has a 1/10 or a 10% chance of occurring in any year. The three distinct types of inundation shown on the maps are: o Inundation - Area flooded overland due to riverbank overtopping. o Isolated - Low lying areas that will not be wet from riverbank overtopping, but may experience groundwater seepage or stormwater backup. o Potential failure of flood protection barrier - Low lying areas that could be flooded if an existing permanent flood protection barrier were to fail. The flood areas shown were mapped in 2015 jointly by Alberta Environment and Parks and the City of Calgary, using the best available hydrologic and hydraulic data and models. As such, the flooding shown reflects 2015 conditions, hydrology and topography. The effects of mitigation measures (changes to reservoirs/dams or barriers) built since 2015 are not included. There is uncertainty inherent in predicting the effects of flood events, and this uncertainty increases for floods with less than a 1% chance of occurrence in any year. Any use of this data must recognizing the uncertainty with regards to the exact location and extent of flooding. More information on flood mapping for Calgary is available at calgary.ca/floodinfo: http://www.calgary.ca/UEP/Water/Pages/Flood-Info/Flood-Information.aspx?redirect=/floodinfo For Calgary's River Flood story, see: https://maps.calgary.ca/RiverFlooding/
- API data.calgary.ca | Last Updated 2017-08-04T17:22:20.000Z
Every year in May, The City conducts the Central Business District (CBD) cordon count. The cordon count is performed at 31 locations around the CBD over a three week time period, collecting data on how people travel into and out of downtown Calgary. The CBD cordon circles the downtown with the Bow River to the north and the railway tracks to the south and from 11 Street in the west to the Elbow River in the east. These data represent the total number of persons entering (inbound) and exiting (outbound) at each location, by modes, during a 16 hour time period. This raw dataset is NOT normalized to average weekday. It is a snapshot of the inbound and outbound activity on a single day at these locations and reflects conditions specific to that day such as construction, lane closures, weather, etc. Therefore, data may not be directly comparable between locations or years. *Attachment is a summary of the inbound and outbound totals and mode of travel.* For additional information on cordon counts, see About --> Source URL.