Your City, Your Business

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Your City, Your Business

As part of Council's 2017-2021 Strategic Plan, one of the eight high strategic priorities included public engagement, ensuring residents have access to information about City government activity. In 2018 an Economic Development Strategic Plan was developed through considerations of Council's five strategic pillars: Community Sustainability, Governance Culture, Social, Environment and notably, Economy.

The Economy pillar as stated in Council's Strategic Plan means achieving economic vitality, growth and development that simultaneously improves the quality of life and environment. It includes employment, income levels and health, quality and diversity of employers, business and non-profit organizations.

As the City of Lloydminster's Economic Development department's mission, a number of public engagement opportunities are hosted each year to support the flow of information between our local businesses/non-profit organizations and the City.

Mission: Actively deliver timely and effective information and services to attract, secure and retain business investment.

2021 Economic Development Business Survey

The City of Lloydminster’s Economic Development team hosted their annual business survey from October 7 to November 5, 2021. This survey will help identify the needs of current and future businesses, as well as provide guidance and direction for future economic growth and give a better understanding of the effects of COVID-19.

The City contracted Insightrix Research Inc. to contact local business owners at random to complete a short telephone survey. There was also an online version of the survey so that business owners had the chance to submit their feedback if they were not contacted via telephone.

The What We Heard Report for the 2021 survey is available to view in the document library on this page. Data collected through the survey was confidential and the results will provide input to City Council and Administration as they create policies to support local businesses, grow a diverse local economy, stabilize our tax base, and create a strong and vibrant business community.

Interested in what we heard last year? View the 2020 What We Heard Report from the document library.


At any time, if you have a question regarding Lloydminster's economy, or business site selection please view the Economic Development webpage or contact the Economic Development Department.

As part of Council's 2017-2021 Strategic Plan, one of the eight high strategic priorities included public engagement, ensuring residents have access to information about City government activity. In 2018 an Economic Development Strategic Plan was developed through considerations of Council's five strategic pillars: Community Sustainability, Governance Culture, Social, Environment and notably, Economy.

The Economy pillar as stated in Council's Strategic Plan means achieving economic vitality, growth and development that simultaneously improves the quality of life and environment. It includes employment, income levels and health, quality and diversity of employers, business and non-profit organizations.

As the City of Lloydminster's Economic Development department's mission, a number of public engagement opportunities are hosted each year to support the flow of information between our local businesses/non-profit organizations and the City.

Mission: Actively deliver timely and effective information and services to attract, secure and retain business investment.

2021 Economic Development Business Survey

The City of Lloydminster’s Economic Development team hosted their annual business survey from October 7 to November 5, 2021. This survey will help identify the needs of current and future businesses, as well as provide guidance and direction for future economic growth and give a better understanding of the effects of COVID-19.

The City contracted Insightrix Research Inc. to contact local business owners at random to complete a short telephone survey. There was also an online version of the survey so that business owners had the chance to submit their feedback if they were not contacted via telephone.

The What We Heard Report for the 2021 survey is available to view in the document library on this page. Data collected through the survey was confidential and the results will provide input to City Council and Administration as they create policies to support local businesses, grow a diverse local economy, stabilize our tax base, and create a strong and vibrant business community.

Interested in what we heard last year? View the 2020 What We Heard Report from the document library.


At any time, if you have a question regarding Lloydminster's economy, or business site selection please view the Economic Development webpage or contact the Economic Development Department.

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Page last updated: 19 January 2022, 14:06