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City of St.Albert

How Can I Engage or Learn More?

Smart City efforts can enable the achievement of many of the community’s current and future priorities.  To develop its unique Smart City Master Plan, the City of St. Albert relied on input from residents, businesses, and leading public and private sector organizations across Canada.  There are also many opportunities for interested people to engage and learn more!

Smart City Engagement Opportunities

  • COMMENT ON THE SMART CITY MASTER PLAN

  • EXPRESS YOUR PRIORITIES FOR SMART CITY & ADD YOUR OWN IDEAS

    • What Smart City features are important to you? Complete a fun Wiki Survey to rank your priorities, and even add your own ideas for others to vote on.
    • Complete a fun wiki survey
  • SHARE YOUR STORIES

    • Do you currently utilize unique 'smart' technologies or data at home or work (e.g. analytics, automation, sensors, etc.)?  Or are you planning to use innovative approaches to improve your business or quality of life?  If so, we would love to hear your story! 
    • To share your story, or provide additional input to the Smart City Steering Committee, please contact us.
  • Learn More about Smart Cities in alberta

    • In addition to its local engagement, the City of St. Albert reaches out to organizations across Alberta, Canada and the world to learn or share our own successes and insights.
    • One of the primary ways St. Albert engages others is through a dynamic organization committed to advancing Smart City innovations across Alberta.  Click for more information on St. Albert's membership in the Alberta Smart City Alliance.
  • Engage in Local Classes and Programs

    • The St. Albert Public Library offers a variety of excellent technology programs and other features.  These have included sessions on coding, maker sessions, social media, digital illustration, and more!
    • For more information or to register, visit the St. Albert Public Library.

More Information

For more information on St. Albert's Smart City Master Plan, please click here or contact us.

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Alberta Smart City Alliance
Past Engagement

Last edited: September 7, 2018

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