The role of the City of Leduc Council is to provide leadership to Leduc's municipal corporation. Members of council are responsible for the overall direction of the municipality through their role as policy makers. Policies set by city council are guidelines for administration to follow as it handles daily operations of the municipality.
Council has seven elected members, one mayor and six councillors. Municipal elections are held every four years and council members are all voted in 'at large' which means by all residents who vote. All council members are part-time.
Council meetings are usually held on second, third and fourth Mondays starting at 5 p.m. You are welcome to participate, or watch remotely online through our live stream.
COVID precautions: Due to current Provincial COVID precautions, the public are no longer allowed to attend Council meetings in person. To register to speak at a Council meeting, please contact the Office of the City Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org. This webpage will be updated as COVID restrictions are lifted or amended.
PUBLIC NOTICE: This is notice pursuant to s. 33(c) and s.34(2) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, that the Committee-of-the-Whole and Council meetings will be recorded and made available to the public.
NOTE: By attending these meetings in Council Chambers you are consenting to be recorded.
Virtual Council Meetings
Council meetings are held three Mondays per month, unless otherwise stated in the schedule. Residents are encouraged to watch these meetings live through our live stream.Learn More
The 2019 - 2022 Strategic Plan describes a long-term vision for Leduc and identifies four distinct areas where city council will focus its efforts.
Designed for residents, summarizing the value they receive for taxes, the report outlines information, updates on projects, planning documents, and annual successes.
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