Our mission is to revitalize Historic Old Town Vallejo as the main street of commercial and cultural activity that promotes shopping, working, dining, and living in a secure and progressive environment.



Downtown Vallejo – CCRC was first established in 1980, as a committee, to study ways to revitalize the Historic Downtown Vallejo’s central core.  In 1995, CCRC was incorporated as a private non-profit management corporation and in 1998 it became Downtown Vallejo’s Property Based Improvement District (PBID).

Today, CCRC employs one Executive Director who is responsible for the day-to-day operations and the implementation of PBID programs and services.  The Board is composed of (11) members who serve alternating two-year terms.  At least (8) seats on the board must be held by an owner of property within the district or his/her authorized representatives.  The remaining seats are open for (2) at-large members and (1) representative designated by City of Vallejo.  Elections are held each December and all eligible applicants are welcome to apply.

CCRC’s purpose is to provide supplemental services and improvements in addition to those provided by city government and to coordinate with property and business owners, city agencies, and community organizations in an effort to promote the best interest of the district and ensure consistent, high-quality provision of services.

The PBID renewal process requires a vote of the majority of property owners within this district.  This current PBID was approved by district property owners for a fourth time in 2017 and runs from May 1, 2018 – December 31, 2024.  The annual budget has grown from $136,000 in 1998 to $220,835 in 2017.

The District’s geographical boundaries cover approximately 16 blocks of downtown Vallejo’s central core and include approximately 182 parcels with roughly 115 parcel owners.

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