City in Motion – Prince George BC

Video & text courtesy of City of Prince George:

In 2017, residents voted to build a new fire hall and pool, 151 condos were announced for downtown in 2018, Prince George was selected to host the 2022 BC Summer Games, and the international airport (YXS) saw a record number of passengers with 499,125. The City of Prince George issued 470 building permits worth $116,813,361, 91 percent of which was investment from the private sector. The building permit numbers for 2017 break down as follows: • Residential $76,437,262 • Commercial $28,780,136 • Industrial $1,227,463 • Institutional $10,368,500 • 132 new single family residences • 14 new commercial developments • 47 new multi-family units • 6 new duplexes • 53 new single family secondary suites In addition, the City saw three new industrial developments, 402 new businesses, and a population increase of 2.8% from 2011. In 2017, the Conference Board of Canada released a report stating that Prince George’s economy was growing at a faster rate than the national average. If you are interested in development opportunities and investing in Prince George, contact Economic Development at


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