City of Leduc announces support measures for citizens

Friday, March 20, 2020

In light of the COVID-19 global pandemic, the City of Leduc is implementing important financial measures to assist citizens during this critical time.

Property taxes

As of today, municipal tax notice mailouts will be deferred by two (2) months with the new property tax deadline of Aug. 31, 2020.

Property assessment complaints

The city’s complaint deadline is March 30, 2020, per provincial guidelines. City administration has contacted the province to extend the deadline. Once more information is made available, an update will be provided via the city’s website at


All city utility account holders will be provided the option of deferring payments for up to three (3) months. Per regular, bi-monthly scheduling all bills will continue to be distributed to customers. If an account holder is unable to pay, please contact our Finance department by emailing Please note, no penalty fees or service disconnections will be applied to any accounts in arrears during this time.

During this significant health event, citizens are asked to visit for all updates pertaining to city operations, services and supports to the community. As this is continually evolving, new information will be provided as it’s made available. To learn more, visit

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Leduc is a growing, dynamic city in the heart of Canada’s economic engine and conveniently located at the crossroads of air, highway and rail transportation. Leduc is a centre of innovation, entrepreneurship and quality of life. As a regional leader, the city, together with neighbouring municipalities, play a key role in protecting the integrity of Edmonton International Airport (EIA) and leading economic development in the region, including EIA Airport City. For information on non-emergency city services and programs, visit or follow us on, Twitter (@cityofleduc) and Instagram (@thecityofleduc)


Mariann Tobin, Corporate Communications Office
780–935-6540 (cell)