Leduc County Parks and Recreation provides support and resources to community organizations across the region. Assistance varies and is adaptable to meet the unique needs of different groups, but can include services such as identifying and applying for grants, event consultation, board and facility development assistance, and information referral.
Leduc County Parks and Recreation offers consultation and resources to community associations when applying for grant funding. Whether your organization is looking to upgrade a facility, start a community program, or revitalize a sporting league, Leduc County can help you find the right grants. The following grant options are available to Alberta community groups:
Leduc County maintains cost-sharing agreements with six municipalities in the Leduc County region. These agreements ensure Leduc County residents have access to quality recreation services, while reducing the recreation costs each municipality is required to pay. Services funded through the cost-share agreements include arenas, pools, athletic fields, recreation programs and libraries. Leduc County is divided into seven recreation districts based on population and school areas, which determines the cost-share amounts.
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Regional Recreation Agreements
Regional recreation agreements are in place with the Village of Thorsby and Village of Warburg. Through these agreements, regional recreation boards were established to advise administration of local needs and distribute funds to local organizations annually on behalf of Leduc County. One member of each board is represented at the Leduc County Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee meetings.