Leduc County

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To arrange an interview with a Leduc County representative, please contact Lindsay Chambers, Communications Coordinator, at 780-979-6193 or Lindsay@leduc-county.com or Katherine Degaust, Communications Coordinator, at 780-979-6183 or Katherine@leduc-county.com.

Jun 22 / 2018

Leduc County co-hosts big rig rescue training

Firefighters from around the world are in Leduc County this weekend learning life-saving skills at the 2018 Big Rig HOT (hands-on training) Symposium. Leduc County Fire Services and the Alberta Vehicle Extrication Association are hosting the 11th annual training event from June 21 to 23 to provide more than 80 firefighters from more than a dozen departments across…

May 31 / 2018

Fire Restriction lifted for Leduc County

Effective immediately, the Fire Restriction implemented on May 7 for Leduc County has been lifted. Leduc County fire guardians are once again permitted to issue fire permits, and all previously suspended fire permits are now valid. Leduc County Fire Services thanks the public for their cooperation during the Fire Restriction, and encourages residents to practice…

May 22 / 2018

Safety at forefront of May long weekend traffic operations

Leduc County peace officers ushered in the summer season with a number of proactive enforcement operations over the Victoria Day long weekend. Over the four-day period from May 19 to May 22, peace officers travelled 4,728 kilometres and issued a total of 55 charges and 31 warnings for speeding, distracted driving, intersection safety and gaming and liquor violations.…

May 8 / 2018

Leduc County council approves 2018 budget, sets tax rates

Leduc County council approved the final 2018 budget and set the 2018 tax rates at its regular council meeting this afternoon. Council approved an $86 million operating budget and $33.3 million capital budget, which represents a 1.16 per cent tax increase over 2017. The 2018 budget solidifies Leduc County’s commitment to efficient, effective services in the region and…