Downtown Management Commission
The Downtown Management Commission (DMC) was established Jan. 1, 1988, to create one, cohesive commission that manages the Pearl Street Mall and the Central Area General Improvement District (CAGID). They meet monthly to review CAGID’s policies, programs and operations.
The Downtown Management Commission consists of five members appointed by the City Council, each to five-year terms. Three appointees must either own real property or represent owners of real property in the Downtown Boulder area. Two appointees are residents from the community-at-large. The Commission has the combined responsibilities of the previous Central Area General Improvement District Board and the Downtown Mall Commission, as well as quality of life improvements in CAGID.
Meetings are typically held every other month on the second Tuesday of the month at 4 p.m. in Municipal Building, W-100 Broadway Conference Room, Penfield Tate II Municipal Building, 1777 Broadway. They are currently being held virtually.
- Staff Liaison : Yvette Bowden, Asst. City Manager & Director, Community Vitality, [email protected]
- Secretary : Heather Hayward, [email protected] , 303-441-4191
|Andrew Niemeyer, Citizen-at-Large||[email protected]||2017-2022|
|Adam Knoff, Downtown Property Owner/Representative||[email protected]||2018-2023|
|Susan Nuzum, Downtown Property Owner/Representative||[email protected]||2019-2024|
|Don Poe, Downtown Property Owner/Representative||
|Stephanie Trees, Citizen-at-Large||[email protected]||2021-2026|
Next Downtown Management Commission Meeting
@ 4 to 6 p.m.
The DMC is scheduled to meet on the second Tuesday of the month in January, March, May, July, September, and November.