Boulder, Colorado (August 27, 2012) – Property owners, tenants, business owners and professionals who are interested in helping maintain downtown Boulder as a premier business, cultural and entertainment destination are encouraged to apply for Board of Director’s openings with Downtown Boulder’s Business Improvement District (BID). Three-year terms begin January 2013. Time commitment for the Board is two plus hours per month and includes the BID board meetings on the second Thursday of every month.
The Board of Directors is made up of nine individuals representing the various stakeholders in the downtown district. The Board of Directors are volunteers with a broad range of interests and backgrounds and directly connected to the core area of downtown. BID candidates should represent various geographical areas of Downtown Boulder’s 49 block radius. Two candidates are needed to fill East End member positions as well as someone to represent the Pearl Street Mall. BID nominations and appointments are subject to the approval of the Boulder City Council.
For consideration, please email or fax (303-449-1582) a letter of interest to Sean Maher, Executive Director at Sean@downtownboulder.org by Wednesday, September 5. For more information please call 303-449-3774.
About the Downtown Boulder Business Improvement District (BID)
The Downtown Boulder Business Improvement District (BID) is a 49-block neighborhood where property owners tax themselves to make their community cleaner, safer and more vibrant. The tax is used by the BID to purchase services that supplement those provided by the city and provide a comprehensive consumer marketing program.
Working with the city of Boulder and our non profit partner, Downtown Boulder, Incorporated, the Downtown Boulder BID is leading a new spirit of cooperation among property owners, businesses and the community by providing a range of enhanced management programs including maintenance, marketing, economic vitality and physical improvements. These program areas of the Downtown Boulder BID are designed to retain, expand and attract businesses and investments to improve the Downtown environment.