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North Broad Area BID Meetings

On May 8, 2019, the North Broad Renaissance (NBR) held the first meeting to explore the creation of a Business Improvement District (BID) to serve North Broad Street. From that group of attendees, a Steering Committee was formed to begin organizing and sharing information with other North Broad property owners.

As the BID Plan develops there will be a series of meetings. Although the BID will focus directly on North Broad and only include North Broad commercial property owners, it is important that the entire community is engaged and a part of the visioning.

As a result, the planning team will host a community meeting that will take place on July 18, 2019 at the School District of Philadelphia (440 North Broad Street) from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. During this time, the community will be able to come throughout the day to learn more, get additional information and provide feedback on important visioning component of the proposed Business Improvement District.

A final meeting will be announced when the BID ordinance is introduced.

In addition, the Steering Committee will also continue to meet regularly, please see below for upcoming meetings, presentations and minutes, as well as other opportunities to learn more about the BID.

Additional Meetings to Learn More about the BID

Again, while the focus area for the BID will continue to be directly on North Broad Street , it’s important that we meet with neighboring community organizations so we can ensure the needs of the entire community are a part of our visioning process. As a result, the NBR has reached out to neighboring RCO’s to schedule additional meetings. If you are an RCO where your boundary includes portions of North Broad Street, you should have received an email. However, if you did not, please contact the NBR at 267-318-7772, or at, so we can schedule a meeting with your group as soon as possible.

Meeting Minutes & Materials

Meetings Held to Date

  • Community Land Trust Corporation
  • 14th Ward Democratic Executive Committee
  • United Francisville Civic Association
  • Francisville Neighborhood Development Corporation
  • Beech Community Services Incorporated
  • Heritage Homeowners Association
  • 32nd Democatic Ward Leader, Judith Robinson
  • North Central Philadelphia Susquehanna CDC
  • Village of Arts and Humanities
  • Yorktown CDC
  • Callowhill Neighborhood Association
  • Tioga United

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