Leduc County

Regional initiatives

Edmonton Metropolitan Region Board

Leduc County is a member of the Edmonton Metropolitan Region Board (EMRB) -- previously the Capital Region Board -- which was established in 2008 by the Government of Alberta under the Municipal Government Act. The EMRB is a non-profit corporation consisting of an elected official from the 13 member municipalities in the region. The board provides a venue for municipalities in Alberta's capital region to think strategically and to work together on priorities to ensure the region achieves its full economic potential and the highest quality of life possible for residents.

Edmonton Global

Edmonton Global is the first fully regional economic development company for the Edmonton Metropolitan Region and was incorporated on June 9, 2017. Leduc County is one of 15 shareholders for Edmonton Global.

The five principles of Edmonton Global are:

  • Shared investment, shared value
  • Transparency and accountability
  • Respect for local autonomy
  • Inclusive
  • Speak with one voice

Learn more about Edmonton Global

Inter-Jurisdiction Cooperation Accord (Airport Accord)

As a part of the Annexation Agreement, Leduc County, the City of Edmonton, the City of Leduc and Edmonton International Airport (EIA) have agreed to the Inter-Jurisdiction Cooperation Accord, prioritizing EIA as a key economic engine in the region and province. The Accord identifies a new model for inter-jurisdictional collaboration to achieve shared benefits for all partners at a shared cost.

Intermunicipal Planning Framework Agreement

Leduc County, the City of Edmonton and the City of Beaumont have reached an agreement to coordinate land use and infrastructure planning around the boundary interfaces between the parties. The Intermunicipal Planning Framework Agreement establishes a common understanding of intermunicipal joint planning principles, strategic interests and a commitment from the City of Edmonton to remove the nine quarter sections of land located within the City of Beaumont from the City of Edmonton’s annexation application.