City of Leduc
The City of Leduc is a rapidly growing and vibrant urban center with more than 29,304 residents, 1800 businesses, and hundreds of business and development opportunities. Leduc is a thriving economic and transportation hub on the crossroads of the QEII Highway, CP Rail, and the Edmonton International Airport. Leduc’s growing local employment base offers a large number of high quality jobs for residents. Nearly 70% of Leduc’s working residents are employed locally, including the Leduc Business Park, Nisku Industrial Business Park, and the Edmonton International Airport.
Hailed as one of Alberta’s fastest growing communities, the City of Leduc welcomes guests to more than 2,000 hotel rooms and 40-plus restaurants. Since 2006, Leduc’s growth continues to climb despite national economic downturns seeing an overall growth rate of 68%, and an average five-year growth rate of 5.8% (2009-2013). In 2013, the City of Leduc experienced the second highest value of building permits in Leduc’s history, totalling over $277 million.
Leduc offers residents high quality of life with numerous quality schools, community and recreational facilities, and local commercial amenities. Leduc is a place where young families are choosing to live work and play. Over the past decade the proportion of young adults and children has been steadily increasing, which has translated into a younger population with a median age of 34 years. The City of Leduc also features 68 kilometers of scenic multi-use pathways and a large recreation centre with three NHL-sized ice rinks.
The City of Leduc is a vibrant, diverse, and inclusive mid-sized city offering abundant amenities for citizens and businesses that plan to make Leduc their new home.
2015 Population: 29,223
Median Age: 34.0
Private Dwellings: 11,782
Average Single Family Dwelling Price: $367,453
Average Income: $50,480
Average Family Income: $112, 048
Labour Force: 14,560
Unemployment Rate: 6.8%
2016 Residential Mill Rate: 8.7%
2016 Non-Residential Mill Rate: 11.2%