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Public Works and Engineering - Third-party Activities: TA-03 Powerlines and Rights-of-Ways

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Public Works and Engineering - Third-party Activities: TA-04 Environmental Investigations - Petroleum and Hazardous Substances and Remediation

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Public Works and Engineering - Third-party Activities: TA-05 Seismic/Geophysical Exploration Conditions of Approval

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Public Works and Engineering - Utilities: UT-01 Transfer Station Access

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Public Works and Engineering - Utilities: UT-02 Disposal of Ashes

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Public Works and Engineering - Utilities: UT-03 Communal Wastewater Treatment Systems Pilot Project Management

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Public Works and Engineering - Utilities: UT-04 Utility Governance

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Public Works and Engineering - Utilities: UT-05 Utility Fiscal

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Public Works and Engineering - Utilities: UT-06 Water Demand Management

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Public Works and Engineering - Utilities: UT-07 Utilities Level of Service

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Queen Elizabeth II Business Park Local Area Structure Plan (Approved)

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Quick Facts: 2017

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Range Roads 245 and 250, and the connecting section of Township Road 500, are presently gravel roads that form the east boundary between Leduc County and the City of Leduc. The County/City propose extending the Nisku Spine Road (9th Street) southerly along the east City boundary. This would connect Airport Road in the north and Township Road 500 (City of Leduc's 65 Avenue) in the centre with Highway 623 (Rolly View Road) in the south. This proposed 7.5 kilometre long extension of the Nisku Spine Road is consistent with the City of Leduc's plans for a boundary road, or ring road, along the city's east side. These road plans are being advanced because plans for industrial development are beginning to expand south out of the Nisku Industrial Business Park and east out of the City of Leduc, as well as residential plans around Saunders Lake. The functional roadway plans, when approved, will define the right-of-way requirements affecting future land development bordering the proposed spine road alignment.

Last updated: Sept. 12, 2017

RCMP Support Letter

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Recreation Facilities Study

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Recreation Grants Funding Criteria and Application Form

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Regional Broadband Feasibility Study

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Regional Broadband Workshop Discussion Summary

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