The SJDA is a non-profit, membership-based organization founded in 1986 to represent business and property owners. We make downtown a better place for business, residents and visitors through events, advocacy, marketing and more.
Downtown Alameda Business Association is hard at work year-round with our 470+ members and district visitors in mind. We serve as a support network and advocate for Alameda, especially for businesses operating in the Historic Park Street Business Improvement Area. Our goal is to develop an economically prosperous district that is family-friendly, clean, green, and safe.
Walnut Creek Downtown is an association made up of every business and property owner within the borders of the city’s downtown Business Improvement District. Its more than 650 members include restaurants, shops, entertainment venues and service providers. The organization’s mission is to work with its members, partners and community to promote and enhance downtown business vitality. We do this in four main areas:
Beautification – Ensuring that Walnut Creek’s downtown is safe, clean, and inviting.
Marketing – Create, promote, and enhance the downtown experience.
Events – Produce special events to bring more people downtown.
Advocacy – Provide a unified voice to represent and promote the shared needs and concerns of the downtown.
The Telegraph Business Improvement District works to build a dynamic and inclusive community that works together to improve the pedestrian environment; keep the streets safe and clean; support local businesses, residents, and non-profits; nurture urban innovation that is sustainable, attractive, and inclusive; and relish its prime location in Berkeley adjacent to the best public university in the world.
For over 25 years, NBS has served communities across California and beyond by implementing and tuning up revenue tools. Business Improvement Districts and other tools are the primary focus within the CDA world.
The Downtown Berkeley Association is Owner’s Association for the Downtown Berkeley Property-Based Business Improvement District (PBID), representing 187 property owners and approximately 680 of their merchant and business tenants. The DBA was originally formed in 1989 as Main Street project with voluntary dues. In the 1990’s, the DBA became a Business Improvement District (BID) funded by a surcharge on all business licenses. In 2012 the PBID replaced the BID to bring sufficient funding and focus on key strategic issues in the Downtown. Services including cleaning, hospitality, landscaping, beautification, social service outreach, marketing, communications, events, and land use planning.
The Union Square Alliance serves members and creates a high-quality visitor experience by managing and activating public spaces, attracting new investment and advocating for the District’s future success.
Formed in 1999 and currently representing 420 active member-businesses across many industries, the Downtown Vacaville BID works in close collaboration with city leaders and community stakeholders to advance common goals and concerns like parking allocation, cleanliness, security, streetscape design and economic/retail development. We also provide ongoing marketing and business support to our merchants and host a full calendar of festival-style music/food events and shopping strolls designed to bring locals and visitors downtown to shop, dine and play.