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  • Fire ban issued for Leduc County

    Leduc County is now under a fire ban. There is an increased risk of wildfire due to dry conditions and high winds.
    No outdoor fires are allowed – including open burning and fires contained to approved burn barrels, firepits or charcoal barbecues – and all outdoor fires currently burning must be extinguished immediately. The discharge of fireworks is not allowed.

  • 2024 Regional Career Connector Symposium

    Join us for an engaging panel discussion focused on employee attraction and retention followed by lunch and a presentation from our keynote speaker, Michelle Devlin from Creating People Power.

  • BEC Culinary Open House

    This event is open to anyone interested in developing consumer packaged goods, scaling their food-based business, or expanding their offerings. Come join in to explore what the BEC has to offer, foster engagement, and find out more in building food and beverage offerings.

  • Nisku District South Fire Station now open!

    The Nisku District South Fire Station – the first full-time, 24/7 station in Leduc County – is officially open! The $6.3 million station, which is located on Edmonton International Airport (YEG) lands and supports YEG, the Queen Elizabeth II Highway and Nisku Business Park, became operational in January and was celebrated today with a public, grand opening event.

  • Nisku District South Fire Station grand opening

    Leduc County – in partnership with Edmonton International Airport (YEG) – is hosting a grand opening event for the Nisku District South Fire Station, which is located on airport lands and supports YEG, Queen Elizabeth II Highway and Nisku Business Park with a 24/7 fire crew.

  • UPDATE: mandatory water restriction lifted

    Leduc County has ended its mandatory restriction on non-essential water use, as water levels in local reservoirs have increased sufficiently.

    Although the mandatory restriction has been lifted, residential and commercial citizens are encouraged to continue water conservation measures.

  • Mandatory ban on non-essential water use

    Effective Monday, January 29, 2024, Leduc County entered into a Water Demand Measure C, which means all non-essential water use is prohibited in Leduc County. 

    The switch gear at EL Smith Water Treatment Plant has failed, causing the plant to be out of service and reducing the available supply. The ban is expected to last until EPCOR can complete repairs and restore normal operations at the EL Smith Water Treatment Plant. Repair timelines are currently unknown, but will be updated on this webpage. 

  • Now recruiting paid on-call firefighters at Leduc County

    Leduc County is now recruiting paid on-call firefighters in the Calmar, New Sarepta, Nisku, Thorsby and Warburg fire districts.

  • Christmas in the County

    Looking to escape the city for some winter fun? Plan your next family memory by taking in a few festivities at one or more Leduc County businesses! On Dec. 9 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Leduc County Business and Entrepreneur Centre (BEC) will be hosting a variety of activities.

  • Uniquely Rural - Economic Development

    Leduc County was honoured to participate in Rural Municipalities of Alberta (RMA) Uniquely Rural video series. This video series highlights economic development in a rural setting, and how the County is a true incubator for business.

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