For a complete list of policies that pertain to planning and development in the City of Leduc, please visit the City Clerk.
Downtown Master Plan
The Downtown Master Plan (DMP) is a comprehensive long range plan for revitalizing Downtown Leduc. It addresses key economic, environmental, and social issues for a comprehensive approach for revitalizing our city’s Downtown over time. Since approval in 2012, the city has been leading and collaborating on a number of Downtown Master Plan implementation projects.
City of Leduc - Leduc County Inter-municipal Development Plan
The City of Leduc – Leduc County Inter-municipal Development Plan (IDP) deals with future land uses and other matters related to physical, social, and economic development within the IDP area. The IDP also includes procedures for the implementation of IDP policies, dispute resolution, and amendments.
- The Capital Region Board approved the City of Leduc – Leduc County IDP on October 4, 2011
- That approval was followed by a Joint Public Hearing of Leduc City Council and Leduc County Council on November 15, 2011
- Leduc City Council gave final approval to the IDP on November 28, 2011
- Leduc County Council gave final approval to the IDP on January 24, 2012
To understand and better prepare for growth in the Leduc region, the City of Leduc and Leduc County developed a Joint Sustainable Growth Study in 2008. The purpose of the study was to identify the growth pressures and land requirements in the Leduc area, and to determine where growth would be most feasible based on factors such as infrastructure, sustainable growth principles and economic development pressures.
An Inter-municipal Development Plan is a statutory municipal policy plan enforced by provincial regulations and prepared by neighbouring municipalities. The main purpose of an IDP is to ensure that development within two or more municipalities reflects the mutual and individual interests of the municipalities involved. An IDP will often focus on boundary areas between rural and urban municipalities.
City of Leduc Municipal Development Plan
NOTE: The city is currently updating its MDP (click HERE to review the draft) and is holding an open house to provide the draft for review. Click HERE to learn more.
Municipal Development Plans (MDPs) are statutory policy documents prepared by municipalities and enforced by provincial regulations. An important purpose of an MDP is to outline how growth and development will be managed.
The City of Leduc's MDP determines where growth is most feasible based on such factors as infrastructure, sustainable growth principles, and economic development opportunities. The MDP also addresses the environment; the economy and tourism; social wellness and safety; recreation and culture; governance; and the administration, monitoring, and implementation of MDP policies.
The MDP is based upon the results of the Imagine Leduc 2035 citizen engagement process, which provided the City of Leduc with a clear direction of how the community wants Leduc to grow and develop in the future.
Neighbourhoods are designed with the right mix of housing, good transportation networks, quality park space, easy access to stores and services to meet daily needs. Learn more about Leduc's Neighbourhood Design.