Launch of New Economic Development Website
The City of Spruce Grove will soon be launching our redesigned Economic & Business Development website. On this date, you will be able to access the new website at www.investsprucegrove.ca.
Featuring a brand new look, targeted content, and improved functionality, this new site will allow entrepreneurs, potential investors, and our existing business community to quickly access information they need to make informed business decisions.
You will learn more about Spruce Grove’s business environment and workforce, explore available sites and buildings, access community profile demographics, and link to funding programs and business development resources.
The new website will also provide information about new building developments within Spruce Grove and will keep you informed about economic development related projects, activities, and engagement opportunities. You can meet the team in Economic & Business Development and learn how they advocate in government for entrepreneurs and businesses and promote the economic vitality of our City.
To create our new website, the City of Spruce Grove selected Golden Shovel Agency, an economic development firm specializing in workforce attraction for economic, community development and municipal websites and who is recognized for award-winning designs and expertise in business and workforce attraction.
How Can We Help?
It takes a lot of hard work and creativity to keep a business thriving.
Most entrepreneurs succeed because they invest their sweat and ingenuity in the process—and because they know their team is equally invested in the success of their enterprise. We like to think of ourselves as an extension of your team. As a Spruce Grove city department devoted to economic and business development, it’s our mission to leverage opportunities for entrepreneurs like you.
In practice, this mission takes a wide variety of forms, including outreach to relocating companies and companies looking to expand, preparation and promotion of commercial and industrial sites, and advocacy in government for businesses and job-creators.