• About CCRC

    The Central Core Restoration Corporation  provides a wealth of valuable services in the downtown, coordinating with property and business owners, city agencies and community organizations in administering the Property and Business Improvement District.  Here are a few of our past year’s accomplishments, as well as current services provided by the CCRC.
    • Security: 2 guards, 8 hours/day and 5 days/week throughout the district.
    • Saturday Farmer’s Market: oversee and manage
    • Employ a 30 hr/week staff person to create newsletters, attend city meetings, coordinate with city staff and community organizations, and facilitate programs and services including Farmer’s Market and Black Talon security
    • Regular graffiti removal
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  • SOMA sculpture arrives in Vallejo

    Two blocks of Georgia Street — known as commercial and activity dead-zones — should benefit from a new Vallejo resident who is expected to bring more people downtown.

    Her name is SOMA.

    A crew of volunteers, more akin to a bee hive, have been working over the past week to install the 28-foot tall sculpture near the John F. Kennedy Library in Unity Plaza.

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  • Work on huge Vallejo-celebrating mural begins downtown

    By Rachel-Raskin-Zrihen, Vallejo Times-Herald 10/25/16

    Andre Jones of Richmond preps a wall on the end of 301 Georgia Street where he will be painting a large mural of Vallejo. Jones won a contest to receive Participatory Budget money to create the piece of art.Chris Riley ‑ Times-Herald 

    Andre Jones says he hopes to have his “feel-good” giant Vallejo mural finished before the holidays, assuming the weather cooperates.

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  • Local woman hopes to open healthy food restaurant downtown

    By Rachel Raskin-Zrihen, Vallejo Times-Herald |06/15/16

    Vallejo native Tirzah Love is all about helping people eat healthy and enjoy it.

    The Benicia resident is already a popular caterer with a growing clientele and now she’s trying to open an eatery in downtown Vallejo. She’ll call it Tirzah’s Kitchen, she said.

    The deli inside 301 Georgia St. had to close when the operator was diagnosed with cancer, building owner Jim Barcewski said.…

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