The Sepulveda Boulevard corridor in Manhattan Beach is finally getting some much-needed attention.
On Thursday, Nov. 29 at 6 p.m., city officials will hold a meeting for Sepulveda Boulevard business owners to discuss future plans for and improvements to the corridor, according to a city press release, including the possible formation of a Business Improvement District.
BIDs, which function to help promote local businesses and fund community improvements that benefit businesses, currently are in place for North Manhattan Beach as well as downtown.
“This is a great opportunity for local businesses to engage in planning the future of the vital commercial area along Sepulveda Boulevard,” said Moe. “I encourage all to attend and bring their questions on Nov. 29.”
Public Works Director Jim Arndt, Community Development Director Richard Thompson, and Finance Director Bruce Moe will give presentations on future plans for Sepulveda Boulevard, including physical improvements, the Sepulveda Bridge widening project, guidelines and zoning codes, and parking restrictions. They will also discuss the BID formation process and benefits of a BID.
The meeting will be held in the city’s Police/Fire Community Room at 420 15th Street, adjacent to the Civic Center lot.
If you have questions or would like more information, contact Bruce Moe at 310-802-5552 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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