The membership of the Downtown Dartmouth Business Commission (DDBC) recognizes that the downtown needs an independent voice, with strong leadership representative of the business community, to guide it through a process of economic renewal and community development.
Without this leadership role we would not be able to bring the voice of the business community to all government levels and the private sector to advocate for development.
We are an integrated community organization that identifies and pursues opportunities and partnerships which cultivate economic growth and social well being. The Commission promotes a vibrant business and residential environment built on its strength.
To accomplish it goals the Commission provides a wide range of services that enhance our growth. These includes projects related to community events, business promotions, services related to parking, safety, maintenance, administrative support and recycling. In addition we have an active marketing program as well as a productive capital improvement partnership with the Halifax Regional Municipality. To ensure that our organization accepts its responsibility for addressing the social concerns of our business district we are also involved in programs that support our social agencies through cooperative programming initiatives.
The DDBC is an active and functional organization created by its membership to ensure that our business community actively participates in the economic growth of this region. We look forward to the input we receive from our members and the resultant growth in our programming as a result of that input.
Take a walk through Historica Downtown Dartmouth and discover everything it has to offer. You'll be amazed at the things you will find and the people you will meet.
Park Smart Program
The DDBC continues to promote its Park Smart Program. The program is aimed at providing strategies for a positive Downtown Dartmouth parking experience. The Park Smart Brouchure is available at various retailers downtown.
**Please note that the Kiwanis Club lot on Pine Street has closed.
** There is a lot on Dundas Street availible - $77/month. For more information please contact Bonnie Shubaly by phone at 401-3004 or by email at email@example.com