Leduc County

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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…

Jan 29 / 2019

Leduc Transit celebrates more than 94,000 trips in 2018

Leduc Transit’s expanded route offerings and commitment to high-quality service resulted in considerable growth in the number of trips made by riders last year. A total of 94,956 trips were completed on local and commuter routes in 2018, which marks a 16.3-per-cent increase compared to 2017. A number of enhancements to service levels and infrastructure were also completed,…

Jan 21 / 2019

Leduc-Nisku Economic Development Association to be dissolved

Leduc County and the City of Leduc – joint principals of the Leduc-Nisku Economic Development Association (the LNEDA) – announced today that the two municipalities will dissolve the Association by Dec. 31, 2019. “For the past three decades, the LNEDA has demonstrated strong leadership in promoting economic development that has helped to build the economic diversity,…