Batavia Business Improvement District Management Association In
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 198
P O Box 1697 200 East Main Batavia NY 14021 USA
Cultivates and promotes the economic vitality of our downtown to create a vibrant destination.
Business development committee - focuses on identifying economic opportunities, strengthens existing businesses and recruits new ones, attracts new uses to the district, helps revitalize unused space, monitors the district's economic progress and cultivates the entrepreneurial spirit.
design committee - responsible for any activity or effort that improves the appearance and enhances the overall image of downtown. This includes facades of buildings, streetscape projects, signage and parking.
organization committee - provides leadership and improves the way downtown is organized. It helps strengthen the management skills of individuals and to bring together the concerns of various groups that have a stake in downtown- merchants, bankers, property owners, city government, the chamber of commerce, civic groups and other governmental agencies.
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The success of a city can be determined simply by the way its downtown prospers. The Batavia Business Improvement District (BID) is an organization made up of the downtown owners & businesses that take the extra effort. Their leadership in creating a friendly environment that promotes the quality of life of its residents & consumers is unconventional & creative.
If you want to be part of a community that treats you like family & helps each other, then look no further than the downtown Batavia BID! Their role in the downtown includes: streetscape & beautification projects, recruiting new business, assistance with existing businesses, maintenance & public safety, and downtown events.
Volunteers for comittees and/or events are always welcome!
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