JAMAICA CENTER IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION INC
161-10 Jamaica Avenue 419, Jamaica, NY 11432 jamaica.nyc

Total Revenue
$1,147,155
Total Expenses
$1,129,461
Net Assets
$399,729

Organizations Filed Purposes: To promote the vitality and economic growth of the business improvement district located in NYC.Enhance-ensure that the district is attractive, welcoming, safe, clean and graffiti-free.Promote-conduct creative district marketing campaigns, host special events and encourage tourism.Coordinate-align the districts retail mix with shopper preferences and connect district businesses with the resources needed to succeed.Advocate-champion for public improvements, capital investments and economic development initiatives in the downtown.

The BID provides district supplementary sanitation services 7 days a week from 7 a.m. 6 p.m., year-round. Services include: sweeping the sidewalks and gutters (18 out from the curb), bagging litter, and emptying trash cans cleaning graffiti and stickers regularly from street furniture, light poles and building surfaces, winter snow clearing from catch basins, crosswalks, intersections, bus stops, and fire hydrants within district service area. Additional Services: regular street condition and quality of life assessments and filing 311 reports to address.

Business Support and Economic Development: The BID participates in and leads economic development studies and collaborative revitalization stakeholder planning efforts. It also provides business assistance to our current merchants and hosts events targeted towards its business community. It notifies local businesses of new city regulations, incentives or services that could affect their business, and relays feedback to city government regarding street-level issues and policies affecting merchants. BID also offers periodic technical assistance classes of interest to the business community and coordinates sidewalk sales events. To encourage visitation/awareness of downtown Jamaica, the BID maintains www.jamaica.nyc, a full business directory, produces periodic guides featuring downtown businesses and attractions, presents community special events, and more.

Public Improvements: Seasonal holiday lighting installations, year-round street pole banner program, temporary public art installations and advocacy for streetscape investments.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Whitney BarratExecutive Dir.40$90,065
Jennifer FurioliExecutive Dir.40$19,231
Samantha ChampagnieDirector1$0
Sari KulkaDirector1$0
Bill De BlasioDirector1$0
Scott M StringerDirector1$0
Farrukh RaghibDirector1$0
Melinda KatzDirector1$0
Rose BoordDirector1$0
Jerry BlackDirector1$0
Daniel KulkaDirector1$0
Norman FairweatherTreasurer1$0
Michael MattoneSecretary1$0
Aaron SchwartzVice President1$0
Michael HirschhornPresident1$0

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