Edmonton, Kentucky Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you're looking for demographic data about the population of Edmonton City, Canada, you've come to the right place. The population of Edmonton is well over a million people, making it the second largest city in the province. In fact, it's the northernmost major city in North America. And although Edmonton's population has grown significantly over the years, the city still remains relatively compact. Below you will find population and steets statistics for Edmonton and surrounding areas.

Edmonton is situated at the border between the prairie and the boreal forest. It's located near the geographical center of Alberta and has an elevation of 668 meters (2192 ft).

The city has a comprehensive network of multi-use trails, most of which are located within the parkland system along the river valley. The city's first power company was established in 1891, installing street lights along Jasper Avenue. In 1902, the town of Edmonton purchased the power company, and today, it operates under municipal ownership as EPCOR. Edmonton also has a major water treatment plant, and its most recent expansion in 2002 saw the installation of the world's largest ultraviolet water treatment system at the E.L. Smith Water Treatment Plant.

Despite these statistics, Edmonton is experiencing rapid growth. Between 2006 and 2011, the city's population increased by 12%, which is more than twice the national average. However, this isn't indicative of a growing economy; many residents are still unable to find work due to a lack of opportunities. The city is also facing an acute shortage of land, which is why annexing more land is an essential part of the city's growth plans.