The City of St. Albert strives to provide universal access to its websites and web-based applications.
Universal access refers to creating websites that respond to the needs of the widest population range as possible, enabling persons with varying abilities, ages, and technical resources to access essential information and services on an equal basis with others. That's why we're committed to following the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 AA standard with this website, and others under our care.
The standards and technologies which drive the modern web move quickly, and to follow best practices related to accessibility, performance and mobile-device support, we've adapted techniques which older browsers may not support. Due to this, we strongly recommend the use of either Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox for the best possible experience. Both browsers are available, at no cost, for iOS and Android devices, and many generations of Microsoft Windows and Mac OS.
If you encounter a barrier
While we do make an effort to test broadly, there are many unique contexts which we cannot simulate. If you encounter a barrier which prevents access to the information or service you need, please let our web team know! Complete the following form to bring the matter to our attention:
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Please note the following: 1) This personal information is being collected under the authority of Section 33 (c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.A., 2000 and will be used to process your inquiry. It will be treated in accordance with the privacy protection provisions of Part 2 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have any questions about the collection, contact the FOIP Coordinator at 780-459-1500. 2) The information you provide on this form may be transmitted outside of Canada. 3) The City does not respond to anonymous enquiries/submissions, malicious submissions, or submissions containing inappropriate or profane language; those received will be discarded by staff.
Last edited: November 12, 2019