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    Though set up and governed by a combination of provincial legislations and City policy, a BIA is initiated at the request of a business community. When a BIA is created, City Council establishes a business association, sets the BIA boundary, and approves a Board of Directors and annual budget. The budgeted amount is collected through a special tax levy of BIA members. Once established, City Council annually approves the BIA’s budget, Board of Directors, and special tax levy. All BIA collected monies  are returned to the Business Association to fund the BIA’s initiatives.


    A Business Improvement Area (BIA) is a unique opportunity for businesses to work together to accomplish mutual goals. Customers want safe, interesting and attractive places to shop, dine and conduct business. To attract these customers, a BIA can enhance an area through:

    Streetscape Improvements 

    Public Markets and Winterfest




    This is the Draft City Centre Area Redevelopment Plan which received First Reading by Council on April 23, 2019 and will be coming back to Council on May 27th for a Public Hearing.

    Draft City Centre Area Redevelopment Plan


    PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE - Open House Presentation, April 3, 2019

     As part of the City Centre Area Redevelopment Plan process, the consultants, Cushing Terrell Architecture Inc., presented the City Centre Area Redevelopment Plan –at 2 open houses held on Wednesday, April 3, 2019. A copy of the presentation can be viewed here:

    Open House Presentation - April 3, 2019


    COMMITTEE of the WHOLE - COW Presentation October 15, 2018

    As part of the City Centre Area Redevelopment Plan process, the consultants, Cushing Terrell Architecture Inc., presented the City Centre Area Redevelopment Plan - Draft Concept to Council on Monday, October 15th, 2018. A copy of the presentation and report can be viewed here:



    There are a number of background reports commissioned which look at specific issues as part of an overall plan.  These background reports were prepared by Cushing Terrell Architecture Inc. and include the following:

     City Centre ARP Infrastructure Assessment Background Report #1 – August 2018

    The purpose of this report is to assess the current City Centre infrastructure, evaluate the system capacities, service life and provide recommended upgrades and where required what the estimated costs could be for associated improvements/upgrades. These upgrades will increase the level of service of the City Centre for current and future development.

     City of Spruce Grove City Centre Parking Study – June 2018

    As part of the ARP study it was identified that a parking study has not been completed in the City Centre area. A parking study is sought to provide a base line of current conditions. In the event that changes are made to parking through the CCARP, the City will be able to measure if the parking situation improved.

     City Centre ARP Land Use and Urban Form Background Report #2 – August 2018

    The purpose of this document is to provide a framework and platform of directions and considerations upon which the Final ARP document will prepare specific policies structured in accordance to the Municipal Government Act (MGA) Section 635 as well as the Edmonton Metropolitan Regional Board

    City Centre ARP Columbus Park Revisioning Concept Plan Background Report #3 – August 2018

    One of the primary tasks of the Area Redevelopment Plan is to explore a new use and design for Columbus Park. This document includes revisioning/repurposing concepts for the existing park.

    City Centre ARP Economic Benefits and Costs Background Report #4 – June 2019

    This document provides an assessment and summary of the economic benefits and costs associated with the thoughtful and pragmatic implementation of the City Centre ARP recommendations.

  • Welcome to the Spruce Grove City Centre Business Association!

    The Spruce Grove City Centre Business Association, working with the City of Spruce Grove, is excited to engage the community, City Centre businesses and property owners to reinvigorate, redefine and reactivate Spruce Grove’s City Centre as the beating heart of the community; a place where residents and visitors can gather for family friendly events and activities while rediscovering the virtues of shopping local.


  • Mark Your Calendars

  • Volunteers Needed

    Spruce Grove Public Markets!


    Volunteering is:

    • a fun way to get involved in community events
    • great for a corporate team building day
    • super fun for groups
    • a fun way to meet new people
    • amazing way to build your resumè

    Interested in Volunteering? 

    Please email: 



  • Public Markets 2019

    NEW TIME: 10:00 AM TO 4:00 PM

    JULY 14, 2019

    AUGUST 11, 2019 

    AUGUST 25, 2019

    SEPTEMBER 8, 2019


    The City Centre Night Market

     2:00 PM TO 10:00 PM


    July 27, 2019