Better Together: your input = greater output!

The following is a brief survey about BIA initiatives.  The West Broadway BIA formed in 2011 and is a non-profit business association, spanning from Collingwood to Larch Street. 

As a newer BIA relative to other areas, we have one of the smallest operating budgets and strive to maximize resources through collaborative initiatives (creativity and volunteer hours included!)  We are operated by one staff, and a volunteer Board of local business and commercial property owners.  We greatly appreciate your time and valuable input.  

For more information or assistance, please contact Michelle Barile, Executive Director at or (778) 384-6377.  Thank you!

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* 1. Contact Information (Optional)

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* 2. Please select if you are a business owner and/or commercial property owner 

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* 3. Please rank the following marketing and event initiatives:

Advertising - digital, radio, print, co-op ads, program guides
Online marketing - social media, website, apps
Business directory brochure
Promotional swag
Street festival - Greek Day 
Outdoor movie event - Music and a Movie 
Halloween event - Kids and Pets trick or treat
Holiday campaign - roaming holiday entertainment, ad campaigns, prize contests

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* 4. Please rank the following street enhancement initiatives:

Street lighting - decorative pole and tree lighting
Street cleaning - Street Clean Team, neighbourhood cleanup events
Street furniture - bike racks, litter cans, benches, parklets
Public art - murals, utility box wraps, sidewalk enhancements
Landscaping - planters, boulevard or tree base maintenance

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* 5. Please rank the following member relations and advocacy initiatives:

Business recruitment and retention - BIZMAP profiles, resources to attract and retain businesses and property investors
Merchant updates - safety incidents/tips, local initiatives, resources, opportunities 
Merchant networking events - to connect with local merchants and community organizations/representatives, and discuss local initiatives 
Advocacy on key issues - including commercial property assessments and tax policies, permits and development, transit system and expansion
Memberships - Vancouver BIA Partnership (22 BIAs meeting monthly, sharing resources, addressing key issues); BIABC and IDA (annual conferences, project development and networking), LOCO BC (research and advocacy to support small businesses); and Tourism Vancouver. 
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