Portable Sign Stakeholder Sessions
Does your organization utilized portable, non-affixed signs or benches to advertise?
Join the City's Planning Department on February 20 at 1:30 to 2:30 or 5:30 to 6:30 at the Operations Centre to have your voice heard in the upcoming legislation and regulation changes. Participants will be asked to share their current use of the signs, desired regulations and give feedback on the current Land Use Bylaw as it pertains to the topic.
RSVP online to let us know your coming at lloydminster.ca/PortableSigns. RSVP's are not required, but are encouraged.
Is your organization interested in doing business with the City of Lloydminster? Are you curious about our procurement process or wanting to learn a few tips and tricks to preparing a application?
Join us on March 12 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. to gain a better understanding of how we produce tenders, assess applications and much more. This event welcomes individuals from all organizations and industries.
Please RSVP by calling 780-875-6184 Ext. 2322 or online at lloydminster.ca/Bids by March 5.
In partnership with Travel Alberta, the City of Lloydminster invites all entrepreneurial businesses to the first-ever Tourism Workshop. In this workshop you will gain a better understanding of how to prepare your business for the upcoming tourism season.
RSVP today via the online form, or by contacting 780-875-6184 Ext. 2322. Registration is free of charge and the deadline is March 11.
Your City, Your Business Open House
City Council and Administration wants to chat about business!
On April 8 local business owners and managers are invited to the 2nd annual Your City, Your Business Open House. This event will feature the opportunity to discuss the implications of doing business, City processes and a better understanding of how we are supporting local commerce.
Business SurveyThe City of Lloydminster’s Economic Development team is hosting their annual Business Survey. This survey will help identify the needs of current and future businesses, as well as provide guidance and direction for future economic growth.
Local businesses will be called at random to participate in the survey.