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Business Retention & Expansion Project


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Economic Development & Tourism Services
The City of Quinte West
7 Creswell Drive
P.O. Box 490
Trenton, ON K8V 5R6

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Tel: (613) 392-2841
Toll-free: 1-866-485-2841
Fax: (613) 392-5608
TTY: (613) 965-6849

Linda Lisle
Manager of Economic Development & Tourism Services
(613) 392-2841 x 4477

Christina Edwards-Scott
Economic Development Coordinator
(613) 392-2841 x 4416

Retail/Commercial BR+E (2016)

The City of Quinte West initiated a Business Retention and Expansion (BR+E) project for its retail and commercial sectors to foster the stability and growth of local business. While the City has undertaken other BR+E surveys in various sectors, this was the first City-wide retail/commercial project and brings a new perspective to foster growth and to identify common areas of concern for the City's consideration. Through a review of the findings, seven key theme areas were identified and are described in detail in this report, along with moving forward action items.

A copy of Quick Facts and the complete 2016 BR+E Report is available by clicking on the links below. 

2016 Quick Facts Pamphlet

2016 Retail/Commercial BR+E Report


Quick Facts 2016

 BR+E 2016

City of Quinte West Public Flex GIS

Welcome to the City of Quinte West Public Flex GIS map site. The mapping system runs on ESRI's ArcGIS for Flex.

Features Include:

  • Arial Photos for 2013, 2008 and 2002
  • Locate addresses, roads, parks, schools, and much more.
  • Embed Google Street View.

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Please click on the link below to visit our interactive mapping site.

Click on the link below to download a .pdf map