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Problem Property Initiative Update

Edmonton’s Problem Property Initiative (PPI) is committed to proactive communication, engagement and collaboration in neighbourhoods affected by problem properties. Please see the following update regarding new resources and upcoming opportunities to meet with our teams.

PPI Web Page
The Problem Properties in Edmonton web page has been edited to create a more user-friendly and informative environment. Visitors will find photo galleries, improved definitions of a problem property, more precise reporting guidance, an enhanced Who to Call list, and a Problem Property Initiative sub page. New features will be added on an ongoing basis, in response to stakeholder feedback.

PPI One Sheet
This downloadable and printable one sheet provides an overview of the PPI, its new centralized model, specialty teams, and long term strategic plan. It also provides a detailed definition of a problem property and up-to-date contacts for reporting a problem property. Feel free to share the resource with members of your community through your digital channels and/or in print form.

Additional public information and resources are in development, including a PPI booklet, tools to support tenants and landlords, and a reporting flow chart to illustrate how the PPI and its partners respond to problem property complaints.

PPI Meet & Greets (dates to be announced)
We look forward to meeting you and your neighbours in person. A series of “Meet & Greets” will take place in spring 2023 in several neighbourhoods affected by problem properties. Through these events, we aim to strengthen relationships, increase awareness of the PPI and its new resources, learn about your experiences, and connect you with the PPI team members assigned to your neighbourhood.

Information submitted by the City of Edmonton.

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