The BID works year-round to keep Cherry Creek North clean, accessible and green. Services like litter and trash removal, irrigation, lighting, infrastructure maintenance, and tree and flower care ensure that Cherry Creek North is a destination that people love coming to.
About Snow Removal: Snow removal is performed by the City of Denver, businesses, residents and property owners. All of these parties are responsible for clearing the snow. The BID provides supplemental services on the public right of way and sidewalks. Once snow has stopped falling, property owners have four hours and residents have 24 hours to remove snow and ice from public sidewalks adjacent to their property as required by Denver Revised Municipal Code. The City and County of Denver is responsible for plowing the city streets and has classified Cherry Creek North as a Level A Priority.
Streets are places, too. The BID beautifies the area through seasonal landscaping and decor programs with 8500 flowers planted in the spring, over 21 miles of white lights hung during the holidays and 600+ trees maintained year round.
Denver's Art and Garden District: In November of 2010, the BID financed and managed the design and construction of The New North, an $18.5 million streetscape renovation effort created to retain and attract visitors and users, and to protect and preserve the District’s character, while keeping it a competitive retail environment. With a theme of Art and Garden, the streetscape frames and supports an active and attractive public realm. Improvements included new landscaping to beautify the area and conserve water, new lighting for safety and energy conservation, and better way-finding signs to enrich the pedestrian experience.
In addition, the BID implemented 20 distinct Art and Garden spaces throughout the District, each with signature street furniture, lighting, public art or other special elements to encourage people to relax more and linger longer. The District’s signature event space, Fillmore Plaza, also received a significant renovation, allowing it to host a wider range of large events. The project was completed in July of 2011.
Read more about the BID’s streetscape efforts that have helped create one of Denver’s most vibrant, walkable, visited destinations here.
Through a comprehensive marketing, communications and special events program, the BID promotes Cherry Creek North as a premier destination for shopping, dining, living, working and staying. The BID manages the CherryCreekNorth.com website, social media channels on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and publishes the monthly e-newsletter that is delivered to all businesses located in the BID and 13,000+ public subscribers.
The BID manages the Cherry Creek North gift card, accepted at many businesses in the area. Twice a year, the BID publishes the Cherry Creek North Shopping and Dining guide – distributed to more than 80 hotels and other visitor locations like the Colorado Convention Center, Tourist Information Center, and Denver International Airport.
Signature BID events include Sidewalk Sale in July, Food & Wine in August, Art Feast in September and a calendar full of programming during the holidays. To learn more about the BID’s signature events, click here.
The BID works to keep Cherry Creek North on the top of consumer's minds when it comes to shopping, dining, events and visiting. The BID purchases annual media buys that reach both local and regional audiences through multiple outlets including digital, print, online and social media, cable and Comcast.
The BID also invests in a variety of co-operative marketing and advertising campaigns produced by Visit Denver, Denver’s Convention and Visitors Bureau including Mile High Holidays, Denver Restaurant Week and Denver Arts Week. These campaigns reach millions of visitors nationally and regionally and help position Cherry Creek North as one of the top visitor destinations in Colorado.
The BID is in the business of fostering relationships. The creation of programs like Live + Work + Stay bring constituents, residents and employees together for cross-promotional opportunities. The BID collects and distributes reports and data to help business and community leaders make informed decisions. The BID also partners with key local organizations to ensure Cherry Creek North and its constituents are represented in decisions that could impact the business environment. Our partners include:
Access to, from and around Cherry Creek North is important. Cherry Creek North is a nationally recognized compact, walkable urban district in Denver with a walk score of 95.
The BID collects data on the area’s accessibility, advocates for improvements and builds public-private partnerships to address unmet needs when it comes to parking and transportation. Click here to read the Cherry Creek North BID 2017 Public Parking FAQ.