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Development / Investment Tool Kit

Clearwater County and the Town of Rocky Mountain House have created a microsite to help people and business looking at doing business in our area. This online resource helps site selectors, as well as existing and potential business owners, access information about our local economy, business environment, and demographics.
 
 (click on the link above to open the Business Development website in a new window.)

 


Tourism Business Forum on November 2

David Thompson Country Regional Tourism will hold the 6th Tourism Business Forum on Friday, November 2, at the Legion in Rocky Mountain House from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.

 

Results of Economic Development Input Sessions

Clearwater County collected input from the public regarding economic development in 4 ways: an open house for business owners and managers, an online survey for business owners and managers, an online survey for County residents, and discussions with local realtors and a property appraiser.  From those input sessions 4 Areas of Focus have been identified and will be used in the creation of the Economic Development Strategy. 

  1. Prepare to have Growth of Business
  2. Prepare to have Growth of People
  3. Promote Opportunities
  4. Foster a Culture of Growth

The full proposal and the summaries of each community input session are linked below.

  

Central Alberta Economic Partnership (CAEP)

Clearwater County is a member of the Central Alberta Economic Partnership (CAEP). CAEP is a regional economic development alliance of 42 members and 14 associate members that serves as a model for collaborative community economic development.
CAEP is recognized as both an innovative way to facilitate rural economic development and serves as a vital partner in the continued diversification of central Alberta's economy. For more information on the Central Alberta Economic Partnership click here.

 

Rural Alberta Business Centre (RABC)

The Rural Alberta Business centre provides free information and advice on all aspects of doing business in Alberta. Click here for more information.