The Portage Regional Economic Development (PRED) Board of Directors is selling, by way of sealed bid, the property and building located at 56 Royal Road North, legally described as Lot 2 Plan 1026, in the City of Portage la Prairie. The building, known as the PRED Office is 2,700 square feet on the main level and 2,364 square feet in the basement. The site will be available to view on Wednesday December 14, 2016 between 10 am – 12 pm.
Interested parties may acquire an offer to purchase and related documentation at the site viewing on December 14th . Sealed bids must be received no later than 4:00 pm on Thursday, December 22, 2016.
For more information or to submit a sealed bid contact:
Jean-Marc Nadeau, City Manager,
Nettie Neudorf, CAO
Effective October 31 the Portage Regional Economic Development Office will be temporarily closed while we transition to a new location and build a stronger delivery of economic development services.
If your matter pertains to economic development initiatives in the City limits and/or administrative matters, please contact the City Manager, Mr. Jean-Marc Nadeau, at (204)239-8336. If your matter pertains to economic development initiatives in the Rural Municipality of Portage, please contact Nettie Neudorf, CAO, at (204)857-3821 ext. 6.
We thank you greatly for your patience and look forward to serving you better once our transition is complete.
The city of Portage la Prairie and the surrounding municipality is a progressive community with an area population of approximately 20,000 inhabitants. Located in south-central Manitoba on the picturesque Assiniboine River, the Portage region is, and always has been, an important transportation centre, dating
back to its inception as a fur-trading post. Today, it is connected to the rest of Canada via the Trans-Canada Highway and Yellowhead Highway, with service from both major railroads, a trans-continental bus service, and air through Southport Airport.
It is at this intersection of ideas, agricultural rich lands and world-wide connectivity that the Portage Regional Economic Development office (PRED) operates. We seek to foster economic growth through the diversification of small to medium-sized enterprises and community capacity building.