E-scooter Open House

Tuesday, November 30, 2021

On Nov. 15, 2021, Leduc City Council voted to move forward with consulting residents on whether e-scooters have a future in the City of Leduc.  

Results from an online survey and sentiments collected from an open house will be provided to Council for consideration to help determine if a two-year pilot program will launch in spring 2022.  

Residents are asked to provide their thoughts through one or both methods: 

  1. Online survey  (till Jan. 10, 2022) 
  2. Open House on Nov. 30 from 5 to 7 p.m. 
    In-person at the Leduc Recreation Centre
    Online via Zoom  

If the pilot is approved, the City will provide the framework, which includes determining factors such as maximum speeds, zone of use, parking areas, permissible pathways and more. Bird Canada – at no cost to the City – will fund and operate the two-year e-scooter pilot program. 

The City is exploring e-scooters as an added transportation option, an opportunity to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and support for increased tourism and recreation within our community.  

For more information about the benefits of e-scooters and the proposed pilot program, as well as to provide your feedback, please visit www.leduc.ca/e-scooters 



Leduc Recreation Centre

4330 Black Gold Drive
T9E 3C3 Leduc

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On Nov. 15, 2021, Leduc City Council voted to move forward with consulting residents on whether e-scooters have a future in the City of Leduc.  

Results from an online survey and sentiments collected from an open house will be provided to Council for consideration to help determine if a two-year pilot program will launch in spring 2022.  

Residents are asked to provide their thoughts through one or both methods: 

  1. Online survey  (till Jan. 10, 2022) 
  2. Open House on Nov. 30 from 5 to 7 p.m. 
    In-person at the Leduc Recreation Centre
    Online via Zoom  

If the pilot is approved, the City will provide the framework, which includes determining factors such as maximum speeds, zone of use, parking areas, permissible pathways and more. Bird Canada – at no cost to the City – will fund and operate the two-year e-scooter pilot program. 

The City is exploring e-scooters as an added transportation option, an opportunity to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and support for increased tourism and recreation within our community.  

For more information about the benefits of e-scooters and the proposed pilot program, as well as to provide your feedback, please visit www.leduc.ca/e-scooters 

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