The County of Grande Prairie has approved the Growth and Economic Development Strategy. This strategy provides a road map for attracting new investment and ensuring long-term sustainable growth. The Growth and Economic Development Strategy will also provide a framework for how land in the County can be best utilized to create additional economic opportunities. For an overview of the Strategy please refer to the executive summary [PDF – 6.2 MB] or to view the full report, refer to the complete strategy [PDF – 42.2 MB].”
The County of Grande Prairie is ripe with economic potential. Strategically located in Alberta’s vibrant Peace Region, the County serves the commercial, industrial, and residential needs of Northwestern Alberta. The region’s strong economic generators contribute significantly to Alberta’s vibrant ‘open-for-business’ economy and success in the global marketplace.
As part of the larger Grande Prairie region, the County benefits from young, affluent demographics, high levels of service, and the coupled policies of no provincial sales tax and low municipal tax. When combined with world-class infrastructure, strong workforce availability, and ample opportunities for development, the County of Grande Prairie provides the ideal setting for growth.
The County of Grande Prairie is located in a resource-rich part of Alberta, Canada, and serves four key industry sectors: Commerce, Energy, Forestry, and Agriculture.
From serviced to non-serviced, rail and/or highway access, the County has the space for business development opportunities. A large selection of industrial and business parks, as well as heavy industrial areas, are available in various sizes. If you’re interested in learning more or arranging a site visit, the County of Grande Prairie’s Economic Development Office would be pleased to provide you with further information on one of the fastest-growing and vibrant economic regions in Canada.
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