This small, quiet but energetic community boasts of friendly residents and prides itself on its community spirit. Warburg has a great K to 12 school, an enthusiastic seniors’ population and a modern and enterprising Council. Warburg Village Council and Administration strives to maintain a high level of services to residents while maintaining a commitment to environmental and social sustainability. Initially a farming community, Warburg grew when the Northeastern and Lacombe railways were extended. Incorporated in 1953, it is now a center for the agriculture, oil and electrical power industries. This self-sufficient community provides business, recreational and residential services to its own and the surrounding Leduc County residents. Our commercial core provides for all you basic needs including food, banking, insurance, registration and vehicle services. Looking for a place to live or start a business? Warburg currently has numerous vacant lots for development including nine newly subdivided, large, fully serviced, residential lots overlooking green space starting as low as $20,000. Our newly annexed industrial area, along Hwy 39 is looking for an interested party to develop. If your sports minded visit our arena, ball diamonds, curling rink, and soccer fields or spend the weekend at the EDKRA Kart Racing Track cheering on your favorite racers. Picnic in the community parks or have lunch in one of our restaurants. Need groceries or gas? Come to Warburg, a hidden gem.
Warburg is situated in a farming area amidst an abundance of oil and gas wells and next door to a large Capital Power generating station. We are in the westernmost portion of Leduc County, ten minutes from Pigeon Lake; thirty minutes from Leduc or Drayton Valley; fourty-five minutes from Stony Plain, Wetaskiwin, Rimby, Nisku and the Edmonton International Airport.
Access recreation activities at Pigeon Lake, Ashland Dam and numerous golf courses within minutes.