New Video Launched
As part of Manufacturing Month, a video showcasing local employers demonstrates the many job opportunities that exist at manufacturing businesses in Haldimand. View the We Make It Here video.
Tourism Network Meeting
Tourism Network Meeting
Join us in our new Haldimand County office building for the first Tourism Network Meeting of the year. Monday, March 2nd, 9-11 am, 53 Thorburn Street South, Cayuga. Learn more and register here.
Haldimand employers are being urged to answer 20 questions for 2020 about their workforce needs and challenges.The annual EmployerOne survey is dramatically shorter, making it easier and quicker to complete.
Complete the survey HERE
Haldimand County Ranked # 13 in Maclean’s Best Communities in Canada 2019
See why below or read the full article here!
|Economic region unemployment rate as of March 2019:||4.7%|
|Median household income:||$84,225|
|Average value of primary real estate:||$487,655|
|Average rent for a two-bedroom apartment*:||$781|
|Property tax as percent of average income:||2.3%|
|Average annual property tax bill:||$2,596|
Health, Safety and Community Factors
|5-year average of Crime Severity Index in area covered by local police service**:||42|
|Percentage of population employed in arts and recreation:||0.8%|
|*NOTE: Estimates used where data not available|
**lower is better, national average = 73
Business Haldimand Objective
Our goal is to improve the economic well-being and quality of life for our community by creating and retaining jobs by providing support to help local businesses grow.
How we can help your business
Haldimand County is committed to creating an environment for businesses to thrive. Our Economic Development & Tourism team links the business community to partners, helping pave the way for business development and expansion within Haldimand. Staff leverage their experience and knowledge of the local landscape to provide consultation services and hands-on solutions to help you.
- Business visits assess your unique challenges and opportunities
- Potential funding, training and grants opportunities
- Community Improvement Program funding
- Referrals to business enterprise centres
- Information on licenses and zoning
- Advice on available properties and permitted uses
- Connections to Building Controls & By-law and Planning and Development Division for ease of development execution
- Assist in promoting your business through accurate Google business listings
- Advertising Opportunities
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call our tourism hotline at 1-800-863-9607.