Coming up in the Community
Help Light Up Heritage Lakewood and spread holiday cheer. The City of Lakewood is raising funds to Light Up Heritage Lakewood for the holidays! Alameda Corridor Business Improvement District has already donated $1000 to kick-off the fund raising. Click here for more details or Contact Emily Andrews, RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT SUPERVISOR CITY OF LAKEWOOD, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Alameda Corridor Business Improvement District announces Round 2 of its COVID-19 Small Business Innovation and Adaptation (SBIA) grants program to help small businesses in the ACBID service area. Learn more here and apply.
The Alameda Corridor Business Improvement District and the Village at Belmar are proud to co-sponsor The Passions Project Lakewood: Redefining Aging, a celebration of the beauty and vitality of local residents who are living life to its fullest no matter their age.
Read more here
Ever wonder how Alameda Connects & ACBID improve the vitality of the Alameda Corridor? Watch the 2020 AC & ACBID Recap from the October Community Meeting.
• City of Lakewood City Modifications Click here
• Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment Feedback form (added 5/20/20)
• Jeffco Safer-at-Home (added 5/8/20) Please visit www.jeffco.us/safer-at-home
• Guide for Retail Businesses Offering Curbside & Delivery Service. Click here (added 4/26/20)
• Open for Business. Find out if your favorite location is open Click here
• Are you open for business? Click here
Committed to Diversity & Inclusion
Here at Alameda Connects we are all about fostering a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion; welcoming diverse opinions; and promoting and respecting the diversity of our community.
When you join Alameda Connects, you become part of a dynamic, grass-roots organization that connects residents and businesses to enhance the vibrancy of our community here in the heart of Lakewood. We support our business members through community connections, trainings, and grants.
Alameda Connects works to foster sustainable business practices that result in bottom-line business returns and a greener future for our children.
The Alameda Corridor Business Improvement District (ACBID) works to promote a vibrant community in the Downtown Lakewood Business Corridor through thoughtful financial stewardship and strategic partnerships. ACBID invests in public art, landscaping, event sponsorships and other projects to improve the corridor.
ACBID Board Meeting
Thu, November 19, 2020 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM (MDT)
Sprout City Farms is hosting our annual Community Leaf Drive at Mountair Park Community Farm!
Sprout City Farms is an urban agriculture nonprofit with the vision of building a thriving local food system supported by a network of accessible city farms which nourish, and are nourished by, their surrounding communities. Mountair Park Community Farm is a 1.5 acre community farm that sits on the southeast corner of Mountair Park, at the corner of W 13th Ave & Depew St. Our farm relies on community leaf drop-off for winterization. Leaves provide essential nutrients that help us maintain and build soil health. We’re hoping to collect 1,000–2,000 bags of leaves!
You can drop off your leaves at the corner of W 13th St & Depew Ave. Follow the signs for the exact drop-off location.
Please bring leaves only — no pine needles, trash, potted plants, or misc. compost.
Drop off your leaves at the corner of 13th and Depew, follow signs for exact location.
At the Gold Crown Field House, we are still offering free food distribution to neighborhood families on Wednesday afternoons. I
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