Starting a Business

If you are a new business considering starting up in Dalmeny, here are a few factors that may make your decision easier.

Our Location
Dalmeny is located 20 kilometres (12.5 miles) northwest of the City of Saskatoon; an approximate 12 minute drive to Saskatoon’s boundaries. The City of Saskatoon has a current population 239,000 people with a trade area reaching over 300,000 people.

Surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Corman Park #344, Dalmeny is also in close proximity to two of Saskatchewan’s newest cities, the City of Martensville and the City of Warman. Martensville is located 13 kilometres (8.1 miles) southeast of Dalmeny and Warman is located 16 kilometres (10 miles) east of Dalmeny. According to Statistics Canada Census data, Martensville’s population in 2011 was 7,716 people (an increase of 55% from previous census) and Warman’s population in 2011 was 7,084 people (an increase of 48.5% from previous census).

Dalmeny’s proximity to these three cities enables Dalmeny businesses to access these trade areas and still enjoy the cost savings of being in a smaller community. Please view the map of our location here.

Our Infrastructure
Dalmeny has impressive infrastructure for new businesses including:

  • $20 million highway improvements on Dalmeny Access Road for better connections to Highway 16 and Highway 305
  • City of Saskatoon water (supplied by SaskWater)
  • Access to three-phase power
  • Utilities provided by SaskPower, SaskEnergy and SaskTel
  • Our Commitment to Support New Business
Dalmeny is known for its great community spirit and support and this extends to supporting its business community. We want your new business to be successful; please contact the town office should you have any questions, concerns or need help navigating your business start-up.

In addition to contacting the town office with your business inquiries, you may also find the resources you need in Dalmeny’s Business Development Guide along with information on purchasing a Town of Dalmeny Business Licence and Dalmeny’s Economic Development Incentives.