Montclair BID wants your feedback to help grow downtown
The Montclair Center BID is asking residents, visitors and business owners to take a survey to help them develop and grow the downtown.
Data received from this survey will help the BID identify priorities and initiatives for the next 10 years. Five respondents will win gift cards to Montclair Center businesses.
“We are delighted that through the Main Street NJ program from the State of New Jersey, we have the opportunity to take a measured, scientific and strategic approach to our post-COVID recovery,” Lisa Johnson, president of the Montclair Center BID, said in an announcement from the group.
Jason Gleason, the BID's executive director, said the group hopes to "hear from everyone – residents, business owners, shoppers and businesses staffers – to build a better downtown Montclair,."
The BID represents more than 400 businesses and more than 300 property owners in down town Montclair, and is responsible for initiatives including music performances, beautification projects, banners, way-finding signage and maintenance throughout the district.
— Information submitted to Montclair Local