Enforcement Services

The City of Leduc Enforcement Services is a team of Community Peace Officers (CPO) appointed by the Alberta Solicitor General and Minister of Public Security. Working closely with the Leduc & District Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Enforcement Services work to raise awareness and ensure compliance with city bylaws and select provincial statutes.

Enforcement Services is responsible for:

  • Traffic Enforcement
  • Parking Control
  • Community Standards
  • Animal & Pet Control
  • Weed & Pest Control

Bylaw Enforcement

Bylaw enforcement is one of the primary responsibilities of Enforcement Services. Commonly investigated bylaw concerns include:

  • Pet Licencing & Control
  • Property Compliance (unsightly properties, sidewalk snow removal)
  • Smoking Restrictions
  • Parking Enforcement

Community Peace Officers are scheduled for various shifts through the week as well as weekends. All calls are responded to in a timely manner, and almost always within 1 to 2 business days.

Did You Know?

  • Peace officers enforce and investigate various local municipal bylaws
  • Peace officers are trained in the use of laser and radar devices to conduct traffic enforcement
  • Peace officers are able to issue 24-hour suspensions for alcohol or drug related driving offences
  • Leduc's enforcement services team are empowered to arrest and suspend drivers and individuals with outstanding warrants

Important Contacts

  • Non-emergency line 780-980-7200 (option 5)
    The greatest call volume is during 8am and 4pm, Monday - Saturday
  • After-hours bylaw concern: 780-980-7267

Community Safety Advisory Committee

The driving force behind the Community Safety Advisory Committee (CSAC) comes from the desire to maintain the City of Leduc as a safe and healthy place to live and raise a family. This is done by utilizing broad community engagement strategies, effective communication, and a holistic community safety approach.

Committee members represent key sectors of the community with the primary goal of establishing community safety program targets:

  • Community safety rights
  • Political leadership
  • Partnering principles
  • Intelligence-led safety (community safety assessment)
  • Building community capacity

Community input is valued: CSAC@leduc.ca.

Enforcement Services Investigations Process

To start an investigation, a formal complaint must be filed by calling Enforcement Services at 780-980-7200 (option 5). A proper investigation and follow-up will begin when you provide your name, address, contact information, as well as the needed information for the concern you have.

  • Date/time/duration of the event
  • What the event/concern is
  • Location of the event/concern
  • Specific information such as the description of the vehicle and a license plate, description of the animal (breed, colour), type of noise, etc.

At times, the investigating officer will need you to produce a signed statement and may need you to attend court. If this is the case, the officer will inform you and explain the process. Your personal information is essential to investigations and is kept in the strictest confidence. The Freedom of Information and Privacy Act (FOIP) governs the collecting and dissemination of all personal information. If you are required to be a witness in a court proceeding, your legal name may be released to the defendant.


>> Report a Concern >> Leduc & District RCMP
>> Licence your Pet >> Bylaw Enforcement Officer Bylaw
>> Alberta Traffic Safety Plan >> Alberta Liquor & Gaming Act
>> RV Parking >> Alberta Solicitor General – Peace Officers
>> Community Standards Bylaw