A key to the success of the Menomonee Falls Downtown District is the collaboration between the Menomonee Falls Business Improvement District (BID) and Menomonee Falls Downtown Inc. (MFDI)
The Business Improvement District Board
The Menomonee Falls Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) is a nonprofit organization that aims to enhance the economic vitality and quality of life in the downtown district.
The BID is funded by a special tax assessment on downtown businesses, and uses those funds to support a range of initiatives, including marketing and promotions, beautification projects, and events that bring people to the area.
It works closely with local businesses, property owners, and community members to ensure that the downtown area remains a vibrant and welcoming destination for all.
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Kristen Sobotka, Shorewest Realtors
Layla Obregon, Poppy & Thyme
Dawn Damico-Wagner, Chocolate Falls
Tim Dunne, Dunne Commercial Properties
Stacie Estrada, Art Lounge
Cathy Hazzard, Community Development Authority
Katie Kress, Village Trustee
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MFDI is a not for profit organization which serves as an advocate and a voice dedicated to the continued growth of an economically vibrant, safe and exciting downtown Menomonee Falls, by promoting and strengthening the retail, business and residential quality of life in downtown Menomonee Falls.
MFDI also coordinates the scheduling, planning and operation of all community and private events held in Village Park.
Rob Kos, Traci Cain
Chris Lefler, The Hot House Tavern
Aaron Miller, Tri County YMCA
Danielle Marsh, Concordia University
Teresa Ortell, Life Coach
Kevin Pollard, Pollard General Council
Dave Glisczinski, Knights of Columbus
Jim Scherdin, Renewable Solutions
Danny Shepherd, American Legion
Jess Goniu, Chamber of Commerce
Jeanine Dederich, Optimist Club of Menomonee Falls
Mark Fitzgerald, Village of Menomonee Falls