Center Street Marketplace - BID 39 is a Business Improvement District responsible for developing, managing and promoting the District.
Business owners - please don't forget about the great resources from WWBIC.
Racism has no place in our BID 39 Commercial Corridor on Center Street. We elect individual to office to be fair, consistent, as well as a voice for all, not just some. Our BID wants to end racism in our city and will continue to support initiatives to end this tragedy called racism. Dr. Jennifer Potts
We must demand real change. And, we need your help.
Center Street BID39 fully supports the Creative Corridors plans, growth and future movement in the district. Not only will the project bring affordable housing; it will
Also bring jobs during the development phase as welll as long-term in the Northside of Milwaukee. Please
Continue to support the future plans of this project and these brothers-we do.
Great. News for Center Street
Developer Que El-Amin is moving forward on The Community Within The Corridor.
We’re All In small Business grant applications open on June 15th.
Thanks for the mask donation for the small businesses on Center Street. We are so appreciative of the donation from the Granville Business Improvement District.BIDs helping BIDs. Wow - they care about Center Street❤️
June 8th check in
BID39 update June 8, 2020
On Center Street We have 5 businesses with windows that are broken out and our BID will issue a mini grant to each one to help today Our BID has held clean ups since the protests we also have participated in clean ups in our area and supported those clean ups by purchasing supplies for the community to use. We have also and will continue to check on our small businesses and support them. We have picked up many many rocks that were placed on Center Street from the Protests. We have picked up large trash cans that are getting turned over again and again. We have to maintain our BID in the best possible fashion. Milwaukee is comprised of many areas that all need support. We are on the Northside of Milwaukee and there are plenty of small businesses out here that deserve to continue to operate and stay open. We are working day and night to support these businesses on the Northside.
Cleaning up the community today on Center Street. BID39 will support the initiatives in our business district and community. Northside Milwaukee Matters. #shopcenterstreet
May 30, 2020
Equality in business means equal. It is not for your friends, favorites or those in affluent areas - It is for all. You have been absent in our District - you have turned a blind eye to the condition of an entire area. Shame on you. Time to level up. You ask of us, but do not really want to know the truth, you want to pacify us, you call us - we show up - you ask of us and we deliver - this is not equality.
BID39 - FOI came through with food, masks and sanitizer for a community that is in
A high need during this pandemic. Our board
Chair Rickey Potts is being thanked
For his support. This event happened in the 15th Aldermanic District. The community and businesses will continue to support and speak. The Northside of Milwaukee is not forgotten. Our businesses deserve equal access as well as our systems to support us. A tale of 2 cities. Our board is consistent and will continue to work towards equality in Milwaukee. Dr. Jennifer Potts
The Milwaukee Black Panthers visited BID 39 on Center Street. Community is strong.
BID Update May 22, 2020
The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic caused unprecedented challenges and interruptions to businesses nationwide. The goal of the Milwaukee Restart Program (Restart) is to help local businesses that suffered as a result of the pandemic to reopen and adapt to the "new normal"
PP with MARY GLASS & COMPANY DR JENNIFER POTTS & CHAIRMAN RP POTTS
At The Fuel Cafe, 818 E. Center Street, Milwaukee, WI - August 4, 2018, Public Policy w/MARY GLASS & Company - CENTER STREET DAZE, mpapublicpolicyreview.blog...
The dressing room.shop
Northside Businesses - please apply. We need help on Center Street in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We have been left behind; we are suffering at a high cost and are economically disadvantaged - do not let this opportunity pass. Dr. Jennifer Potts
Gov. Tony Evers said Monday he would hand out $75 million in federal funds to small businesses that have lost money after the coronavirus pandemic shut them down.
BID 39 has representation from Alderman Stamper, Alderman Rainey, and Alderman Murphy. Accountability is knocking at your door. Make sure you answer it.
Equal access for all Businesses on Center Street In Milwaukee Wisconsin. We promote opportunity in BID39. Thanks to everyone that has called today. The Northside of Milwaukee is Worthy. We hear your voices loud and Clear.
BID39 May 16th Update
BID39 Weekly Update - May 16, 2020
For the Salon Owners in the Center Street BID 39 Commercial corridor, please don't forget about the informational session today (Saturday, May 16th) regarding reopening safely. I will be in participation and will have information (as we always do) for you afterwards. For those that have conferred with the BID, you will receive follow up calls. Dr. Potts - Executive Director
Milwaukee-area salon and barbershop owners and Wisconsin licensed barbers and cosmetologists are invited to join Barbicide, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and the City of Milwaukee Health Department for a webinar on best practices for re-opening your business.
Going Back to Work Safely – Best Practices will happen Saturday, May 16 at 11am CDT.
Register now, via GoToWebinar. Capacity is limited.
Together with Mayor Barrett and Deputy Commissioner of Health Claire Evers, Leslie Roste, RN of Barbicide will talk through best practices for reducing infection risk and operating safely.
Operators in Milwaukee will also hear the Health Department's outlook and expectations for safe salon operations in the City of Milwaukee.
We all share the commitment to keeping employees and clients safe as businesses decide to re-open. Barbicide, Mayor Barrett, and Milwaukee's local health officials want businesses to open safely, when they're ready.
Join us and learn more about reducing risk for your clients and staff.
Reasonable accommodations, of an auxiliary aid or service required due to a disability, for a City of Milwaukee event will be provided upon request. Contact the City of Milwaukee ADA Coordinator, 414-286-3475 or [email protected] as soon as possible but no later than 72 hours before the scheduled event.
ADA accommodation requests for Milwaukee County events should be filed with the Milwaukee County Office for Persons with Disabilities, 414-278-3932 (voice), 711 (TRS), or [email protected] upon receipt of this notice.
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Milwaukee's stay-at-home order still in place -- bars cannot open and public gatherings prohibited, says Mayor Tom Barrett
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett says the city's stay-at-home order is still in place, meaning bars and restaurants here are still barred from reopening.
BID39 Update - Center Street Marketplace
Thanks City of Milwaukee - Center Street BID39 has 11 new Bike Racks installed between 37th through 58th and Center Street. This brings normalcy to the Commercial Corridor. Looking forward to a safe summer on Center Street.
Center Street PPE - Safety & Social Distancing organized by Jennifer Potts
Milwaukee has one of the highest episodes of COVID 19 in Wisconsin. Sher… Jennifer Potts needs your support for Center Street PPE - Safety & Social Distancing
Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) - Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance
Information about this benefit that provides payment to workers not traditionally eligible for unemployment benefits (self-employed, independent contractors, workers with limited work history, and others) who are unable to work as a direct result of COVID-19.
If you are a business in Wisconsin please follow the “safer at home” order. If you are NOT supposed to be open do not open. If you have any questions please call your BID39. Our district boundaries are from 32nd Street to 60th in Milwaukee Wisconsin.
Our board chair is going door to door in Center Street educating our retail establishment owners about the value and benefit of PPE and the rules of the Safer at Home order for retail establishments in Wisconsin. We need all hands on deck to help our community.
Photos from Center Street Marketplace BID 39's post
We need donations and PPE for our community.
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