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
In your proposal please clearly state the nature, date and location of your event or activities, the type of support you are seeking, and the benefit to the Downtown district. Our funding is limited to events that provide significant benefits to Downtown commerce. Events that take place outside of the Downtown are ordinarily not eligible for CCRC funding.
Please note that CCRC’s funds for assisting other organizations and events are very limited, and we usually receive more requests than we can honor. However, we look forward to receiving your application and working together with the mutual goal of improving our downtown!
For more information contact the CCRC office at at , or call 707.557.6762. Thank you!
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POSTED: 06/20/17, 6:44 PM PDT
Planning commissioners and audience members were left with questions Monday night after city staff requested the commission delay a public hearing regarding the relocation of a clinic in downtown Vallejo.
The commission was set to hear an appeal from the Central Core Restoration Corporation (CCRC), which objected to City Hall’s approval of an application from La Clinica de la Raza, Inc., to establish a large clinic at 415 and 417 Georgia St.…