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Developing and maintaining a strong business community
Assessment notices are mailed in January. Tax notices are mailed in May.
Business Improvement Areas (BIAs) work to support local business interests.
Resources are available if you question the assessed value of your property.
Pay your property and BIA taxes through your bank, in person, by mail or monthly.
Our one-on-one support program experts can talk you through the business licensing and permitting process to ensure your experience goes smoothly.
Grants for renovations and improvements to commercial buildings to support Edmonton small business development.
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about how to start a business in Edmonton.
Resources to help your business grow, including one-on-one support to get your new business off the ground.
Processing times for building permits and inspections
Listings and offerings of City land for sale or lease, including commercial, industrial, multi-family lands plus single family lots.
Listings and procedures for the sale of surplus City of Edmonton equipment and vehicles.
Any individual or company can do business with the City of Edmonton, as long as you can provide the needed products and services in the right place, at the right time, and at the right price.
Occasionally the City has a requirement to purchase or lease space to accommodate civic needs or may have surplus space available for lease.