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Midtown is the cultural hub of Sacramento, home to a diverse array of housing, businesses, restaurants, bars and shops, with a curated blend of cutting edge development and historic properties. Since our formation in 1985, the Midtown Association has facilitated the thoughtful growth and preservation of Midtown, enriching the lives of visitors and community members. As the owners association for two Property Business Improvement Districts (PBID) and two Restaurant Business Improvement Districts (BID), Midtown Association is the organization behind many incredible landscaping and lighting projects, efforts to keep our community clean and safe, and acts as the voice of the community to create a vibrant and lively neighborhood full of character.

Annual Reports

Midtown Sacramento PBID Corporation dba Midtown Association provides an annual report to our
stakeholders with updates on key community projects.

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Our Leadership

Typically held quarterly, the Board of Directors meets to ensure compliance with the PBID Management Plan, provide support to major initiatives or developments, and to conduct the annual business of the corporation including audits and elections.

Executive Committee

Board of Directors

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

The Midtown Association is committed to cultivating an empathetic culture where creativity and vibrancy thrive through diversity, equity, and inclusion. We draw on who we are, our experiences, and the love we have for our community to create a welcoming space for everyone. While we know we have more work to do to advance diversity and inclusion, we are investing in our community to make a difference. Read more about how Midtown Association is taking action to create space for everyone.

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Our Staff

The Midtown team is a small but mighty office of creative, civically engaged, high-performing, ethical employees who truly care about their community. Our team works well together because we hold ourselves accountable to strong project management and complement one another’s strengths. We really enjoy what we do and find ourselves laughing often. Our organization has been identified as a “Best Place to Work” by the Sacramento Business Journal.

Our Committees

Typically held quarterly, the below committees meet to discuss needs specific to their geographic areas of our community. These committees provide access to fellow stakeholders, Midtown Association staff, elected officials, and partner public agencies such as the Sacramento Police Department.

Midtown Parks

Generally held three times per year, the Midtown Parks board meets to guide fundraising events
and activities.

Sutter Midtown Committee

Typically held quarterly, the Sutter District Restaurant BID Committee meets regarding the joint efforts and interests of the Sutter District restaurants, bounded from J to N along 28th Street.

Midtown Central Committee

Typically held quarterly, the Midtown Central Restaurant BID Committee meets regarding the joint efforts and interests of the Midtown Central restaurants, bounded from 20th to
24th along K Street.

Midtown Committee

Typically held quarterly, the Midtown PBID Committee is open to all business and property owners located within the Midtown PBID with opportunities to discuss joint programming and promotions, public safety, policy matters and public space improvements.

Alhambra Committee

Typically held quarterly, the Alhambra PBID Committee is open to all business and property owners located within the Alhambra PBID with opportunities to discuss joint programming and promotions, public safety, policy matters and public space improvements.

16M Committee

Typically held quarterly, the 16M PBID Committee is open to all business and property owners located within the 16M PBID with opportunities to discuss joint programming and promotions, public safety, policy matters and public space improvements.

Nighttime and Economy

Generally held quarterly, the Nighttime and Economy committee meets to advocate for small independent venues, ensure e-permit operators are informed of current regulations, and to collaborate with regulatory agencies.

Our Services

Midtown Services

The Midtown Association provides Property Business Improvement District specific services to assessed commercial properties located within the Midtown Zone. These properties are indicated in the red area on the map above and are generally bound by 16th street, J street, 29th street and R street. These services include maintenance, safety, streetscape, placemaking, capital investments, advocacy and communication. Learn more about Midtown Association services , review the PBID management plan, or learn more about what agency is responsible for what. The Midtown Association welcomes your involvement, questions or comments. To request non emergency clean and safe services, email dispatch@exploremidtown.org. If you’re not sure who to contact, please send email us at info@exploremidtown.org.

Alhambra Services

The Midtown Association provides Property Business Improvement District specific services to assessed commercial properties located within the Alhambra Zone. These properties are indicated in the light blue area on the map above and are generally bound by J street, 30th street, Stockton Blvd and R street. These services include maintenance, safety, streetscape, placemaking, capital investments, advocacy and communication. A portion of this district does not receive certain maintenance and safety services in order to focus on the long term enhancement of Stockton Blvd. Learn more about Midtown Association services, review the PBID management plan, or learn more about what agency is responsible for what. The Midtown Association welcomes your involvement, questions or comments. To request non emergency clean and safe services, email dispatch@alhambracorridor.com. If you’re not sure who to contact, please send email us at info@exploremidtown.org.

16M Services

The Midtown Association provides Property Business Improvement District specific services to assessed commercial properties located within the 16M Zone. These properties are indicated in the dark blue area on the map above and are generally bound by H street, C street and concentrate along 16th street. These services include maintenance, safety, streetscape, placemaking, capital investments, advocacy and communication. Learn more about Midtown Association services, review the PBID management plan, or learn more about what agency is responsible for what. The Midtown Association welcomes your involvement, questions or comments. To request non emergency clean and safe services, email 16m@exploremidtown.org. If you’re not sure who to contact, please send email us at info@exploremidtown.org.

Sutter Midtown Business Improvement Area Services

The Midtown Association provides Business Improvement District specific services to assessed restaurants located within the Sutter Midtown Business Improvement District. These restaurants are indicated in the red striped area on the map above. These services include promotions, events, lighting, enhanced security, and beautification. Learn more about the Midtown Association services  or learn more about what agency is responsible for what. The Midtown Association welcomes your involvement, questions or comments. To request non emergency clean and safe services, email dispatch@exploremidtown.org. If you’re not sure who to contact, please send email us at info@exploremidtown.org

Midtown Central Business Improvement Area Services

The Midtown Association provides Business Improvement District specific services to assessed restaurants located within the Midtown Central Business Improvement Area. These restaurants are indicated in the red dotted area on the map above. These services include promotions, events, lighting, enhanced security, and beautification. Learn more about the Midtown Association services or learn more about what agency is responsible for what. The Midtown Association welcomes your involvement, questions or comments. To request non emergency clean and safe services, email dispatch@exploremidtown.org. If you’re not sure who to contact, please send email us at info@exploremidtown.org.

Midtown Parks Services

Midtown Parks is the 501(c)(3) arm of the Midtown Association with the mission to increase health and community engagement by investing in Midtown’s Parks and public spaces. Learn more about Midtown parks and make a donation and review the Midtown Parks prospectus. The Midtown Association welcomes your involvement, questions or comments. If you’re not sure who to contact, please send email us at info@exploremidtown.org.