Pincher Creek is open for business!
Local attractions draw over 500 000 visitors annually to the area and Pincher Creek boasts 32 000 residents within a 50 km trading area.
Before modern day settlements, this region was home to the Blackfoot, Peigan and Kootenai Aboriginal Tribes. Today, the Piikani Nation (formerly the Peigan Nation) the is headquarters in Brocket, Alberta just outside of Pincher Creek. The Piikani Nation controls two parcels of land, Peigan Timber Limit "B" and the Piikani 147 Indian reserve (on which Brocket is located). As of 2014 the band had a registered population of 3,638 members, of whom 2,358 lived on Piikani Nation reserves, and actively contributes to the regional economy.
Check out our statisctics at the Pincher Creek Community Profile
Regardless of the nature of a business, location and proximity are key to success and efficient operations.
Nearby highways running north and south are #6, #22 and #2
- 2022 Community Economic Development Strategy, Executive Summary
- Invest in Pincher Creek
- Pincher Creek Quick Facts
- Municipal Development Plan
COVID-19 SUPPORT for local business
Local business assistance is availble through the Business Recovery Support Progam, find more information here.
January 2022 Community Economic Development Strategy Approved by Council
November 2021 Community Economic Developement Strategy Update
The Town of Pincher Creek is in the final stages of a Community Economic Development Strategy. Find out more about this project here.
For more information on Economic Development, starting or growing a business in Pincher Creek, please contact:
Marketing, Events & Economic Development Officer
Phone: (403) 627-3156
Cell: (403) 627 -0754
- Doing Business
- Invest & Development
- Business Directory
- Economic Development