Downtown Business Association releases Annual Report for 2017
Tuesday, April 3 2018
The Red Deer Downtown Business Association (DBA) released its 2017 Annual Report, which shows a continued focus on advocacy for the Downtown businesses, promoting the Downtown experience, and enhancing the safety, cleanliness and attractiveness of the core.
The report highlights information about the many projects, programs and events that happened in 2017 including:
DBA subsidized programming available to Downtown business owners, such as the Façade and Shopfront Improvement program, CPTED (Crime Prevention through Environmental Design) and Adopt-a-Planter, which had the participation of 43 Downtown businesses in 2017
Continued support by The Clean Team to enhance the safety and cleanliness of the Downtown through snow removal, garbage pick-up and the collection and disposal of needle debris
The return of many successful, annual events including North Pole Stroll, Dine Downtown and the ATB Financial Downtown Market
“The 2017 Annual Report highlights the progress the DBA has made towards goals and objectives identified in our Strategic Plan”, said Amanda Gould, Executive Director of the Downtown Business Association. “With many new revitalization projects, economic development opportunities and special events, Downtown Red Deer is an ideal place to work, play, shop and dine.”
For more information and to view the 2017 Annual Report, click here.