Downtown Business Improvement District
More than 300 businesses in the City's Downtown area are members of the Huntington Beach Downtown Business Improvement District, known as the Downtown BID. Each business pays an annual assessment which supports the BID's efforts to market the Downtown to locals and visitors.
In June 2002, downtown merchants approached the City of Huntington Beach about forming a new Business Improvement District in the downtown commercial area. On September 7, 2004 the City Council approved Ordinance No. 3661 to establish the Huntington Beach Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) as a method of marketing the downtown area. Downtown businesses are assessed based on their size, location and business type. Assessments currently range from $100 to $1,500 per annum. Funding decisions are made by a seven-member BID Advisory Board, which is selected by election from the businesses which pay the assessments.
The Advisory Board is made up of business leaders with a vision to strengthen and improve the experience of the downtown business district of Huntington Beach. Working collectively with their members, local residents and the City of Huntington Beach, the BID is dedicated to enhancing the overall Downtown Business Improvement Plan for Huntington Beach.
Please visit the Downtown BID website for information about their events, activities and more.
For a copy of the IDA Community Profile Powerpoint, contact OBD staff. (Powerpoint does not contain recommendations)