Author Archives: Liliana Garcia-Rivera
We have partnered with Assemblywoman Weber and the Small Business Development Center to host a workshop for small businesses. The topic for the workshop is “New Mandatory Regulations and Program for Small Businesses”. You will learn about new state and …Continue reading
The Diamond Business Association has received a mini-grant from SANDAG, iCommute, and GoByBike to promote biking in the district! One of the ways we are promoting bike safety is by putting on a Bike-In Movie Night at the Market Creek …Continue reading
The Diamond Business Association will host a Pit Stop on Bike To Work Day 2017 outside our office. Register with iCommute to receive an official Bike To Work Day 2017 t-shirt. Our partner Tried & True Bicycles will provide …Continue reading
There is no better way to celebrate Earth Day than by helping clean up our community! Join us for our annual Diamond Business Corridor Clean Up on Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 9am – 12pm. We are partnering with I Love …Continue reading
The Diamond Business Association is getting ready to print our first Annual Business Directory! Members will receive a free listing (Business Name, Type of Business, Address, Phone) but have the option to upgrade to a larger space. We would …Continue reading
Join us to welcome Master Barbers to the Diamond Business District! There will be raffles, free food, a DJ, and vendors! Bring your family, friends & neighbors to help celebrate their ribbon cutting.
Please join us for a workshop to learn about our new program, Access to Capital! We have partnered with Civic San Diego and other community and business stakeholders to help finance and grow small businesses.
The Nefarious Plans’ Games Convention aims to bring together lovers of modern tabletop gaming to help support their local game creators and local business owners. We are setting up an event for people who would like to create and test …Continue reading
Have you noticed the new banners recently installed on Euclid Avenue (between Imperial Avenue & Naranja Street)? These banners were made possible thanks to a generous donation from the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation. Not only do we need positive images in communities …Continue reading
When we first met with the owners of Fresh Garden Market they told us they needed advocacy for a new pedestrian crosswalk. They were worried about their customer running across Market Street at the Denby Street intersection since cars sped by to …Continue reading