The RM of Edenwold is home to over 130 businesses. In fact, most of the businesses you see along Highway 1 east of Regina are within the RM. The Trans-Canada highway runs through the RM, in addition to three other busy highways. Close proximity to these transportation options is a bonus for businesses that require reliable and efficient transportation routes. Because of our ideal location, the RM of Edenwold is a prime place to conduct business.
If you are interested in starting a business in the RM or moving an existing business to the RM, please contact the RM Planning Department at (306) 347-2965 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. They will be able to assist you through the development process and get your business operating quickly and efficiently.
To support businesses and the safety of residents, all businesses operating in the municipality require a business licence. Once received, a business licence lasts indefinitely or until the business moves or is sold/purchased by someone else. There are many advantages to obtaining a municipal business licence:
- All businesses require a business licence as outlined in the RM's Business Licence Bylaw. Failure to receive a business licence may result in fines or legal action.
- Access to municipal programs through the Economic Development & Recovery Plan, including the Green Fund.
- Be involved in municipal decision-making regarding future development and business decisions.
There is no fee to apply for a business licence. To apply, please complete a Business Licence Application and submit it to the RM Office by dropping it off at the RM Office, mailing it to 100 Hutchence Road, Emerald Park, SK, S4L 1C6, or sending a scanned copy of your application to email@example.com
Business licences are issued on the 15th and 30th/31st of each month. Depending on the nature of your business, you may also be required to provide additional provincial or federal approvals.
White City Emerald Park Business Association
The White City Emerald Park Business Association (WCEPBA) aims to promote trade and commerce in the region and improve the area's economic, civil, and social welfare.