The TMIP Project
The Tri-Municipal Industrial Partnership (TMIP) was created by the Municipal District of Greenview, the County of Grande Prairie, and the City of Grande Prairie to explore opportunities for developing a world class heavy eco-industrial district. The district will focus on attracting specific heavy industrial uses including those associated with methane gas, urea fertilizer and amine gas.
Where is the Project?
The proposed industrial district will be located in Greenview, south of Grande Prairie. The location is already served by rail, road, and pipeline infrastructure.
NOTICE is hereby given that the following Public Hearing will be held on:
Monday, August 26, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.
in the Municipal District No. 16 Council Chambers
Public Hearing Details
Public Open House Summary >
This innovative eco-industrial district is a collaborative initiative between TMIP and the Ministry of Environment and Parks (AEP) to coordinate the orderly development of industrial services in a defined area in a manner that supports provincial and municipal economic, social and environmental priorities.
Want to be involved, please contact
Kevin Keller, Manager | Economic Development | 780-524-7623
TMIP Community Liason | firstname.lastname@example.org | 1-855-441-5660
The district is located on the Montney Gas Deposit, a long term resource, that is one of the largest conventional gas formations in North America.
- Showcase the region’s untapped potential by providing services and infrastructure where heavy industry is interested in investing
- Through collaboration the three municipalities will ensure the region derives the maximum benefit from the natural resources located within this area
- Focus regional efforts to attract world-class environmentally conscious and sustainable industrial development
- Support the creation of long-term stable employment growth and opportunities for residents, communities and indigenous peoples living in the region