South East Commercial District
The South East Commercial District is an established retail commercial area, comprised of a mix of highway commercial mall retail businesses. Many of North Battleford's national retail brands including Wal-Mart, Canadian Tire, Staples, Boston Pizza, Tim Hortons, No Frills, Burger King, Subway, Taco Time, and The Source are located here due to excellent visibility and access to the Trans Canada Highway 16.
This district is also home to the brand new Credit Union CUplex, a recreation and culture facility which includes a 380 seat performing arts centre, aquatic centre with waterslides, wave pool and competition pool, an indoor soccer centre and a curling arena. This facility compliments the existing Gold Eagle Casino and the Gold Eagle Lodge. Other plans include a major cultural North American Indian Heritage Park development.
Commercial property is available in the district, both publicly through the city and privately through real estate and private ownership.
North Commercial District
Located adjacent to both residential neighborhoods that will provide the next 15 years or more of housing development, the North Commercial District is anchored by both CO-OP and Sobeys grocery as well as a Tim Hortons and the CO-OP gas bar. Renowned as the gateway to the North, Highway 4 North is home to many of North Battleford's car and recreation vehicle dealers due to excellent highway access and the thousands of annual summer tourist and resident traffic that rivals that of the Trans Canada Highway 16.
Commercial property is available in the district both publicly through the city and privately through real estate and private ownership.