EDO -Nancy Smith ~Email: email@example.com
T:204-764-3050 ext. 107
Land~ Properties Available for Sale
Awesome lots for your future home or business are awaiting you in Hamiota.
Commercial- North end of Hamiota, along Highway 21 on the west side, there are two commercial lots available; both of which could provide a perfect location for your business. On the town property map these sites are numbers 3 & 4 along Elm.
Listed with Ken Kirk Royal LePage C: 204.764.2904
Currently Hamiota Economic Development Corporation (HEDC) is offering an incentive package to individuals that build or move a new home in the north subdivision. These serviced lots include: curbside pickup of recycling and garbage, option to hook up to high speed fibre internet- at a very reasonable rate (community owned), and reliable clean pure water. On the town property map (see the link above) these sites are along Aspen Avenue on the north side of the street. Below, you can see by the photo, that the available lots are on the edge of town. Living in this location a person can get the best of both worlds by viewing green pastures and having the opportunity to walk downtown to shop.
Listed with Ken Kirk Royal LePage C: 204.764.2904
In Hamiota, there are more commercial and residential lots available at very reasonable rates. Email or phone to request a map of the infill lots and details regarding the size of the sites. If you can come for a visit we could take you on a town tour! We always welcome visitors and like to showoff our unique town!
T:204-764-3050 ext. 107 Nancy Smith
Economy: a strong agriculture base supplemented by medical, educational, financial, retail, tourism and skilled trade sectors.
Jobs: Check out the Prairie Mountain Health website
https://www.prairiemountainhealth.ca/for up to date careers at the Hamiota and District Health Centre.
Education: On the Park West School Division website check out employment opportunities – https://www.pwsd.ca/ for employment opportunities at Hamiota Elementary School and Hamiota Collegiate Institute.
Other employment opportunities in Hamiota include our strong base agricultural industry: careers in grain, livestock, and agribusiness.
Daycare and Nursery School
A bit about HEDC – The Hamiota Economic Development Corporation is an independent service funded by the Hamiota Municipality.
The Board of Directors consist of two councillors and citizens appointed by the Council of the Hamiota Municipality. HEDC meets once a month on the second Tuesday at 7:00 a.m. HEDC Board of Directors consists of: Mayor Larry Oakden, Councilor Kerri Wilson, Chair- David Rawlings, Ron Knight, Ken Kirk, Riley Smith and Lisa Hamilton. The Hamiota Economic Development Officer is Nancy Smith and CAO Tristan Urquhart also is an important part of the HEDC Board.
The role of HEDC is to diversify and expand the local economy, increase the tax base and to also increase the number of local job opportunities.
- Promoting Hamiota
- Business Development- assistance, support, communication
- Assist: locals, groups, visitors and organizations
- Tourism Opportunities and Regional Tourism
- Research Data and Surveys
- Public communications, planning meetings and gatherings
- Planning events to: catch visitors attention, support residents, and bring people together
- Sharing information, keeping the community in the know about news and events.
- Attending Regional Meetings and Forums
- Keeping communication lines open by connecting with education stakeholders, health stakeholders, Hamiota Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Westman on a regular basis throughout the year.
Some of the interesting events planned in the past by HEDC.
HEDC hosted a community brainstorming evening on Wednesday, March 13 from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. with a great attendance; community came together with sharing of positive ideas to make Hamiota move forward in a positive direction.
HEDC hosted the Hamiota Trade Show In 2018 & 2019 in April. Booths were setup at the sports complex. Booths filled the curling arena on both occasions and some were in the skating arena also in 2918. Many visitors came through the doors and viewed the booths that were set up through the arena. The booths looked amazing and a very positive event for the businesses and the community. An example of everyone pulling together for the betterment of our community and surrounding area.
HEDC had the electronic sign erected in August, 2018 on the corner of Highway 21 and Maple Ave. If there is an event you’d like up on the sign, please notify Nancy firstname.lastname@example.org.
Facilitated a round table business networking evening in February, 2017. Large turnout; many great conversations and sharing of positive ideas.
Town Tour on fair day in July of 2017.
2017 assistance with putting together information in power point presentations and planning for meetings regarding the fibre internet project.
Social Media, Newspapers -Nationally, Radio – Regionally, In person – at Trade / Home Shows and Expos.
We assist in Beautification:
Hamiota Banners hung up around town, electronic sign
Monthly newsletter- Leader, Bulletin Board weekly updates, and Electronic Sign updates.
The EDO position is a part time position and office hours are: 8:30-12:30 on Monday & Tuesday and from 8:30-4:30 on Wednesday and Thursday. Contact Nancy at 204- 764- 3050 ext. 107 or email@example.com or stop in you are always WELCOME!