A ward is the division of the city into electoral areas, each represented by one elected Councillor. Wards are a geographical division of the municipality and are referred to by a number defined in the bylaw. Divisions are determined under the authority of the Municipal Government Act and criteria in Council policy.
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This dataset contains the 2015 average daily weekday traffic volume information for Calgary roads. This shows average daily weekday traffic in 2015, which contain the customized road segments name (SECNAME) with new road classification (ROADCLASS), two-way total volumes (VOLUME), and year (YEAR_VOL), the rest of fields such as Shape and shape length are mandatory fields in GIS and present the geometry information of each road segments.
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These maps provide landfill setback information as defined under the Municipal Government Act (MGA) Subdivision and Development Regulation (SDR) Landfill Setback (Section 13) from a City of Calgary Landfill or Waste Management Facility (WMF). The file contains the landfill setbacks for the following City of Calgary Landfills: East Calgary WMF, Shepard WMF, Spyhill WMF, Blackfoot Landfill, Highfield Landfill, Manchester Landfill, Nose Creek Landfill, Ogden Landfill, and Springbank Landfill. For more detailed information on the landfill setbacks, contact Waste & Recycling Services.