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DCI Development & Improvement Districts Forum April 10th

DCI's Development & Improvement Districts Forums

Engagement and planning for long-term implementation

APRIL 10th 

Consider the relationship between the planning process and long-term, comprehensive management of the revitalization process. Colorado’s small communities struggle with keeping the revitalization ball rolling (or getting it started). Learn resources to start an initiative, build momentum, and keep it up by providing continuity in the never-ending downtown revitalization process.  Register HERE!
 

About DID's:

DCI has been listening to our district partners and members, and we understand there is a need for information sharing, networking, and coalition building to support the work that you do. DCI is proud to announce a forum just for you! Designed to address the needs of special districts, including business improvement districts (BIDs), downtown development authorities (DDAs), and urban renewal authorities (URAs), DIDs Forums are part of Downtown Colorado, Inc.'s Development & Improvement Districts (DIDs) Program, created to provide overall benefits targeted to special districts, including education and advocacy.

2014 Member-Only Educational & Networking Forums

DIDs forums allow members to network, discuss current events, and participate or listen to discussions on targeted topics. Networking forums are usually held on the second Thursday of the month (3:30PM – 5:00PM) at the Offices of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck (410 Seventeenth Street, Suite 2200, Denver, CO 80202.)*

Educational events are open registration and aimed at imparting information on specific topics such as proposed legislation, policy, or for sharing strategies for implementation.

Cost:
$30 per registration
$15 call-in option

*Please note the new location!  

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