About Leduc County
Leduc County is located immediately south of the City of Edmonton. It is 65 miles east to west and 20 miles north to south. Leduc County and is bordered in the west by Parkland and Brazeau Counties, Wetaskiwin County in the south and Camrose, Beaver and Strathcona Counties in the east.
The municipalities of the City of Leduc, Towns of Devon and Beaumont, Villages of Thorsby, Calmar, Warburg and New Sarepta are all found in the Leduc County region but are all separately governed.
The County is a dynamic municipality providing the opportunity for diverse lifestyles - from acreage living to a variety of farm operations. It is the home of the Edmonton International Airport, Nisku Industrial Business Park and the Genesee Power Plant. The municipalities of the City of Leduc, the Towns of Beaumont, Calmar and Devon and the Villages of New Sarepta, Thorsby and Warburg all lie within Leduc County's borders. Located at the heart of one of the strongest economies in the world, the Leduc County region is also strategically located at the crossroads of major air, road, and rail transportation routes.