Here are a few things to think about when setting up your business.
Before you sign a lease, you must ensure the land use zoning and building classification will allow for your business type to operate in the location.
Not sure where to start, The City of Airdrie offers pre-appplications meetings.
Looking for space to operate your business? Visit Airdrie real estate.
Airdrie offers a very competitive tax environment. The City of Airdrie does not charge a business tax.
Learn more and try our Tax Estimator.
All utilities usage is metered. Businesses are responsible for purchasing water meters from the City of Airdrie (who will supply and install the meter). Meters must be paid for at the same time the building permit is purchased. Visit Utilities for more information.
The industrial monitoring program provides the City of Airdrie a way to monitor, track and document effects of industry on city infrastructure and the environment.
The City of Airdrie only provides garbage and organics collection for single family/duplex residences. Businesses are responsible for making their own arrangements for this service.
Starting Oct. 1, 2022, small businesses (a Canadian-based corporation with fewer than 100 employees, no big box department and grocery stores) including agriculture businesses can start using Airdrie’s RECYCLE DEPOT as part of a one-year pilot.
A range of telecommunications providers service Airdrie to meet your telephone, wireless, and Internet needs.
Access local information to help your business make smarter, faster, better decisions.
The Recycle Depot is now open for small businesses and farms with less than 100 employees.