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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.

Jul 4 / 2018

Proactive patrols conducted on Canada Day long weekend

Leduc County peace officers issue 52 charges, 27 warnings As people across the county celebrated Canada Day weekend, Leduc County peace officers conducted proactive patrols to keep residents and visitors safe. Over the four-day period from June 29 to July 2, peace officers travelled 4,450 kilometres and issued a total of 52 charges and 27 warnings for speeding, liquor…

Jul 3 / 2018

Leduc County council votes not to proceed with proposed Leduc Regional Fire Services initiative

At its July 3 council meeting, Leduc County council voted not to proceed with a proposed Leduc Regional Fire Services (LRFS) initiative, and will not move forward with an amalgamated fire services model. While the Final Implementation Plan (FIP) highlighted many potential benefits to our region, our council was not confident that the plan represented Leduc County appropriately.…

Jun 28 / 2018

Leduc County council will vote on the LRFS initiative at its Tuesday, July 3 council meeting

At a special council meeting on June 28, City of Leduc Council voted to proceed with a Leduc Regional Fire Services initiative (LRFS). Leduc County council will make its decision on whether to proceed with LRFS at its July 3 council meeting. If implemented, the LRFS model would merge and transform the fire services of Leduc County and the City of Leduc into a new, single…

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…