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May 23 / 2019

May long weekend traffic operations focus on safety

Leduc County peace officers issue 21 charges, 16 warnings Leduc County peace officers welcomed the spring season with a number of proactive enforcement operations over the Victoria Day long weekend. Over the four-day period from May 17 to May 20, peace officers travelled 2,941 kilometres and issued a total of 21 charges and 16 warnings for speeding, intersection safety,…

May 3 / 2019

Online fire permits now offered for Nisku businesses

Businesses in the Nisku Business Park can now receive fire permits online. The online system, launched today, makes applying for and receiving a fire permit quick and easy, and allows businesses to proceed with controlled burns in a more timely manner since permit requests are processed in just minutes. Previously, businesses had to contact a fire guardian or Leduc…

Apr 25 / 2019

Leduc County council approves 2019 budget, sets tax rates

Leduc County council approved the final 2019 budget and set the 2019 tax rates at its regular council meeting on Tuesday afternoon. Council approved a $92.2 million operating budget, which covers day-to-day municipal operating expenses, and a $17.4 million capital budget, which includes infrastructure costs for buildings, roads, bridges, and equipment. This results…

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…