Business in Rosetown
Our Business Community
Rosetown’s economy is fuelled by an established Agriculture industry (with many innovative value-added processing), growing Manufacturing and Oil and Gas sectors, and a prominent Retail and Service sector. As a centrally-located community, many government services (including Farm Credit Canada, Heartland Health, and Sun West School Division) are located here.
Starting a business, or doing business, in Rosetown has many advantages:
- Our close-knit community offers a strong network of business
- Over 150 businesses providing a variety of products/services
- Reasonable cost to purchase commercial land
- A supply of skilled labour through the local Prairie West College
- An active Rosetown and District Chamber of Commerce
- Access to two local small business loan programs
- New Business Incentives and a development-minded Town Council
- Access to communication systems including high speed internet
- Minimum licensing requirements to operate a business in Rosetown
- Online access to BizPaL for Municipal, Provincial, and Federal permits and licenses
Being located at the crossroads of Highway 4 and 7 offers a competitive edge:
- Two major highways bring high volume of traffic through the region - approximately 5,000 vehicles/day
- Centrally located between four major Saskatchewan communities - Saskatoon, Kindersley, Swift Current, and North Battleford
- A central location reduces the cost of transporation to the above mentioned major Saskatchewan communities.
- Both truck and rail transportation make Rosetown an ideal place for exporting businesses
- Provides a central location in West Central Saskatchewan for meetings, conferences and events
Doing business in the Rosetown community? You may need a business license. Click here to learn more.