• 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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  • Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why” Filming in Downtown Vallejo

    The Selena Gomez Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” began filming in Vallejo in June 2016. Paramount Television has created a coffee shop in a building on Virginia Street, a movie theater and pharmacy in buildings on Georgia Street, and a mural in Indian Alley in downtown Vallejo. They are also filming the interior of a restaurant on Tennessee Street and an apartment building on Sutter Street.…

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  • Netflix TV series starts filming in Vallejo

    By Richard Freedman, Vallejo Times-Herald 06/07/16

    Carina Barlow is an old pro at this “extras” game. Colleen Burckin is a first-timer.

    Both, though, were thrilled that Paramount TV brought the Selena Gomez-produced “13 Reasons Why” to downtown Vallejo this week.

    Around 50 extras were hired for Tuesday’s first day of filming the 13-episode Netflix series documenting the true story of teenage girl who commits suicide, but before doing it she records her suicide note on cassette tapes, and then sends the tapes to 13 people who she deemed responsible for her death.…

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  • Huge mural to grace Georgia Street wall in Vallejo

    By Rachel Raskin-Zrihen, Vallejo Times-Herald, 07/26/16

    The vote is in, and it’s Andre Jones’ stylized depiction of Vallejo’s landscape that will go on the huge empty wall on the side of Jim Barcewski’s building at 301 Georgia St.

    A $25,000 public art grant from Vallejo’s Participatory Budgeting funds is being used to pay an artist to install a mural in some way celebrating Vallejo on the upper part of that wall, Central Core Restoration Corporation member Erin Bakke said.…

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