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The Abbotsford Downtown Business Association (ADBA) today is well positioned to act as the little engine that propels revitalization and economic activity in Historic Downtown Abbotsford. The wheels are in full motion with the engine humming - Downtown is again on the road to becoming a vibrant, enviable and diverse shopping and socializing destination, and a key commercial district.
The Austin Heights Business Improvement Association (AHBIA) is the first official Business Improvement Association (BIA) in Coquitlam. The AHBIA has made it their goal to develop Austin Heights as a community; to build on established relationships and build new relationships for a prosperous future.
Austin Heights is proud of its business owners! One of the more established neighbourhoods in Coquitlam, Austin Heights is conveniently located just off of Blue Mountain Street. This bustling commercial area offers an abundance of specialty businesses, professional services and delectable restaurants. Austin Heights is simply packed with local fare!
The Heights Merchants Association is a Business Improvement Area (BIA) consisting of approximately 400 merchants and 150 property owners who actively promote the Heights, improve its physical attractiveness, organize events, attract shoppers and businesses to the area, solve problems and lobby on behalf of its members, implement plans for our neighbourhood’s future, contribute to the community in multiple ways, and much more.
The Burnaby North Road Business Improvement Association is a not-for-profit organization that represents businesses and property owners along North Road in Burnaby. The Burnaby North Road BIA is committed to business development, promotion of the district, and the overall vitality of the area. This friendly, easily accessible, and diverse shopping district has something for everyone. Come and explore the North Road!
A BIA is a non-profit association of commercial property owners and business tenants who join together to promote and improve the economic vitality of their business district. The City assists by helping the merchants and landlords to form BIAs. Once a BIA is formed, it is managed by a volunteer board comprised of property owners and tenants. BIA funds are used to hire staff and implement BIA activities. The City has a continuing role assisting with contacts between the BIA and City departments, facilitating the annual funding process, and monitoring BIA budgets.
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