Resources & Links
Bruderheim Planning Documents
The Municipal Development Plan (MDP) is a tool by which policies are established to aid in decision making related to growth and development. The MDP presents a vision of what the Town will look like in the future and gives direction to Council on the day-to-day implementation of policies to achieve long term goals.
Bruderheim's strategic planning document - Vision 2035 - outlines the goals and strategies for realizing Bruderheim's full potential.
Tax Free for Three Policy
Tax Free for Three is a tax incentive policy designed to attract new business, industry, and residents to our Town by offering municipal tax breaks during the first three years after development.
Our Land Use Bylaw guides and regulates both the development and use of all land and buildings within Town limits. PLEASE NOTE THAT BRUDERHEIM'S LAND USE BYLAW HAS BEEN UPDATED. SOME DETAILS RELATED TO DEVELOPMENT MAY HAVE CHANGED. PLEASE CONTACT THE TOWN OFFICE WITH ANY QUESTIONS.
Lamont & District Chamber of Commerce is an advocate for today's business community and our future business leaders.
Alberta's Industrial Heartland Association (AIHA) is a non-profit cooperative group of five municipalities dedicated toward sustainable eco-industrial development.
The Capital Region Board consists of mayors and reeves from the 25 municipalities in the Alberta Capital Region. Together, they have devised a Growth Plan to deal with four priorities: regional land-use planning, inter-municipal transit, geographic information services, and affordable housing.
The NCIA is a not-for-profit cooperative representing industry located in Alberta's Industrial Heartland.
Life in the Heartland is an initiative aimed at improving access to information, contacts, and resources of interest to residents in and around Alberta's Industrial Heartland. The initiative is a partnership of five regional organizations dedicated to a new approach to communication.
Get updates on a number of industrial projects in the area.
The Eastern Alberta Trade Corridor (EATC) is a major economic development initiative underway in Canada's Energy Province - Alberta. This initiative is a combined effort between Alberta HUB, the Battle River Alliance for Economic Development and the Palliser Economic Partnership. The EATC is part of the Ports to Plains Corridor linking the United States, Canada and Mexico.
The federal government recognizes the important contribution made by small businesses across the country and the challenges they face. Here you'll find information on tax relief and hiring credit.
BizPaL is an innovative project that provides entrepreneurs with simplified access to the information on permits and licences that they need to establish and run their businesses. This unique partnership among federal, provincial, territorial, regional and local governments is designed to cut through the paperwork burden and red tape that small business owners encounter.
Gain insight on Alberta's economy and current initiatives.
Need a loan to grow your Alberta small business? You can purchase equipment, renovate your premises, or take your business further with small business loans. Learn about available funding programs and what you need to do to apply to receive government loans for your Alberta small business.
Information on Labour Relations