Downtown Partnership Services

In honor of Capital Region Small Business Week, we wanted to take the opportunity to remind you of some of the helpful services we provide to you as a small business owner, manager, or affiliate in the downtown district.

Downtown Workshops and Forums

At least four times a year we host workshops and forums covering an array of important topics from parking, and public space management to special event preparation, and more. Subscribe to our newsletters [hyperlink] and watch our website for information about the next one, coming soon.

Contact for resources: [email protected]

Marketing and Promotional Support

Did you know there’s a team at Downtown Partnership dedicated to reminding the region that downtown is a retail, food, and entertainment destination? They’re always looking for cool things to share so if you have a sale, promotion or special event you want people to know about, contact our marketing team.

Contact for resources: [email protected]

District Trends and Data

Want to know how many people are downtown and where they’re choosing to spend their time? Or, how about industry data such as restaurant sales? We have a research and analytics department that tracks trends like pedestrian traffic and economic activity. If any data-driven information could be useful to you, just ask!

Contact for resources: [email protected]

Lastly, don’t forget we have a downtown directory, events calendar and two websites full of resources you can use and take advantage of.
Give us a call at 916-442-8575 – we’re here to help!

A little about Capital Region Small Business Week:

Every year since 1963, the President of the United States has issued a proclamation announcing National Small Business Week, which recognizes the critical contributions of America’s entrepreneurs and small business owners.

More than half of all Americans either own or work for a small business, and they create about two out of every three new jobs in the United States each year.

The week-long series of events are designed to connect the region’s small businesses with local resources and celebrate the important role that small businesses play in the region.

For upcoming events and additional resources visit