Leduc County


Leduc County is a predominantly rural municipality located in central Alberta, south of the City of Edmonton. Since its incorporation in 1963, the county has been a great place to live, work, play and do business!

The county encompasses 2,570 square kilometres and provides diverse options for its more than 13,700 residents, including acreage living, urban communities, and a variety of farm operations. Residents have easy access to amenities, with the following communities within its borders:

Leduc County is strategically located at the crossroads of major air, road and rail transportation routes, and is home to theĀ Edmonton International Airport, Nisku Industrial Business Park and Genesee Power Plant.

As a rural municipality, agriculture continues to be a cornerstone of industry in Leduc County. The region also has a long history with the oil and gas industry.