Regional District: Central Kootenay
The Town of Creston seeks to support and promote the establishment and expansion of businesses within the community. People planning business start-ups are encouraged to contact Town staff early in the process. Staff are available to explain business-related regulations, and play a coordinating role in referring business owners to other agencies for regulatory and safety information if requi... Read More
The Town of Creston seeks to support and promote the establishment and expansion of businesses within the community. People planning business start-ups are encouraged to contact Town staff early in the process. Staff are available to explain business-related regulations, and play a coordinating role in referring business owners to other agencies for regulatory and safety information if required. The Town of Creston has a number of bylaws and services, which are important to businesses operating within Town boundaries. These include land use and planning, signage and business permits, among others. In addition, all businesses operating within Town boundaries need a valid business license.
There are also a variety of services available for existing and prospective businesses in the Creston Valley. These include economic development services, support for small business development and tourism.
The Creston area includes the Town of Creston, rural Electoral Areas A, B and C of the Central Kootenay Regional District, and Lower Kootenay Band (Yagan Nukiy).
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NOTE: Driving distances are measured using the road/ferry network starting with a key point in a community (e.g main office address).
115 MacKenzie Ave, Kootenays, BC
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- Completed services to the lot line
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- Picturesque mountain views...
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