Leduc County


To arrange an interview with a Leduc County representative, please contact Megan Candie, Communications Coordinator, at 780-979-2391 or MeganC@leduc-county.com or Katherine Degaust, Communications Coordinator, at 780-979-6183 or Katherine@leduc-county.com.

Apr 18 / 2017

Leduc Transit expanding further into Leduc County

Leduc region commuters will see expanded service on May 1, when a number of Leduc Transit improvements take effect. The most notable of these changes is the extension of Route 1, which transports commuters from Leduc to Edmonton, with stops in Nisku. This route will now serve more residents and businesses by travelling further north into Nisku and Royal Oaks subdivision…

Apr 3 / 2017

Rural and remote homelessness and housing conference

Leduc County Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) is participating in a conference, hosted by the Alberta Rural Development Network (ARDN), looking at rural and remote homelessness. “The full-day conference will not only look at homelessness in rural Alberta, but also look at affordable housing, mental health, addictions and building capacity in the affordable…

Mar 24 / 2017

Crop residue management through burning

The 2016 growing season brought various challenges to producers in the region. As of March 1, 2017, approximately 25 per cent of crops remain in-field in Leduc County. Now, producers have to dispose of what’s left so they can move ahead with seeding for the 2017 season. Crop residue management through burning has been brought to Leduc County’s attention from various…

Jan 30 / 2017

Warmer weather nets reminder to follow speed limits

Leduc County Enforcement Services charged two drivers with excessive speeding over warm-weather weekend. "With weather warming up, motorists may feel more confident in their driving due to seemingly improved road conditions," says Clarence Nelson, director of Enforcement Services. "Motorists must exercise caution while behind the wheel and must abide by posted speed limits…