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Mar 19 / 2019

Public input to help set RCMP policing priorities

Local RCMP detachments thank the more than 1,700 residents who provided feedback on the 2019 RCMP Policing Priorities survey conducted last month. RCMP from the Leduc and Thorsby/Breton detachments asked residents in the Leduc region to identify three areas they think should be highest priority for local police. A total of 1,718 individuals in the Leduc County area…

Mar 15 / 2019

Leduc County welcomes federal coal transition task force recommendations

A series of recommendations provided by a Government of Canada task force highlights the importance of providing support and financial resources to communities, like Leduc County, who will be directly impacted by the phase out of coal-fired electricity. We are pleased to see that the recommendations from the task force reflect the concerns of affected communities across…

Feb 28 / 2019

Fire permit season now underway, permits required

Individuals wishing to burn an open fire in Leduc County must obtain a free fire permit from a local fire guardian. In addition to helping us keep track of open burning in the county, fire permits provide Leduc County Fire Services with an opportunity to discuss safe burning practices with residents so we can work together to prevent brushfires and out-of-control burning.…

Feb 1 / 2019

Public input needed to help shape RCMP policing priorities

Local RCMP detachments are looking for public input to help set policing priorities for the year ahead. Each year, RCMP from the Leduc and Thorsby/Breton detachments are tasked with establishing policing priorities to ensure that, in addition to responding to calls for service, members focus on the issues the public thinks is most important. Residents in the Leduc County…