Fruitvale Business Improvement District

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Fruitvale Property Business Improvement District

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Fruitvale Property Business Improvement District Quick Facts

Location
The District generally includes parcels fronting Fruitvale Avenue from East 12th Street to Foothill Boulevard; parcels fronting Foothill Boulevard from Fruitvale Avenue to High Street; parcels fronting International Boulevard from 29th Avenue to 42nd Avenue; and parcels fronting East 12th Street from 33rd Avenue to 35th Avenue.

Benefit Zones
Two benefit zones have been identified within the District. Parcels in the center of the District with the highest commercial activity have the greatest need and therefore receive the greatest benefit from the services provided. As a result, Zone 1 generally includes parcels fronting Fruitvale Avenue from 15th Street to East 12th Street; parcels fronting Foothill Boulevard from Fruitvale Avenue to 34th Avenue; parcels fronting International Boulevard from Fruitvale Avenue to 42nd Avenue; and parcels fronting East 12th Street from 33rd Avenue to 35th Avenue. The remainder of the District is identified as Zone 2.

Services
A cleaning, maintenance, and marketing program to promote the District throughout the region.  The following is a description of the services being provided through the District:

Zone 1
Regular sidewalk and gutter sweeping
Graffiti abatement
Removal of flyers, handbills, etc.
Sidewalk pressure washing
Marketing and promotion
Outreach and fundraising

Zone 2
Regular sidewalk and gutter sweeping
Graffiti abatement
Removal of flyers, handbills, etc.

Time and Manner for Collecting Assessments
As provided by local ordinance, the Fruitvale Property Business Improvement District appears as a separate line item on the annual property tax bills prepared by the Alameda County tax collector. Property tax bills are generally distributed in the fall and payment is expected by lump sum or in two installments. The County tax assessor disburses the assessments collected to the City of
Oakland which will in turn forwards them to the Unity Council.

Duration
The District has a ten-year life. The timeline of the District’s Management District Plan will be January 1, 2012, to December 31, 2021. After ten (10) years, a new Management District Plan and Engineer’s Report must be prepared and the petition, ballot, and hearing processes must be repeated for the District to be reestablished.

Click Here to Download the District's Formation Engineer's Report Dated April 18, 2011

Click Here to Download the District's Formation Management Plan Dated April 18, 2011

Click Here to Download the District's 2019/20 Annual Report

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Demographics and Key Facts for the Downtown Business Improvement Area

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