Special Grass Valley City Council Meeting

TUESDAY, November 28th at 4:45 PM: City HallCouncil Chambers • 125 E. Main Street

Meeting Dates 2024

Economic Vitality Committee: begins at 8:30 a.m. / Second Thursday each month or on an agreed-upon alternate date

Promotions Committee begins at 9:00 a.m. / Second Tuesday each month or on an agreed-upon alternate date

Board Merchant Information Meeting begins at 9:00 a.m. / Second Wednesday each month or on an agreed-upon alternate date at Grass Valley City Hall, in Council Chambers.

Design Committee begins 8:30 a.m. / Fourth Wednesday each month or on an agreed-upon alternate date

Regular Board Meeting begins at 9:15 am / Fourth Thursday each month or on an agreed-upon alternate date

Special Meetings begin at 9:15 am / as needed

Exceptions: November and December due to holiday

Committee Leadership:

GVDA Exec Committee: Joy Porter, info@downtowngrassvalley.com

Economic Vitality: Co-Chairs Joy Porter and Nicole Arbaugh, info@downtowngrassvalley.com

Promotions: Co-Chairs Lillie Robertson and Christine Larkin, info@downtowngrassvalley.com

Design: Co-Chairs Craig Hamilton and the City of Grass Valley, info@downtowngrassvalley.com

Learn about Transformational Strategies and the Four Point Main Street Approach HERE

Transformational Strategies include Promotions, Design, Economic Vitality, and Organization

2024 GVDA Meeting Dates

Questions? Email info@downtowngrassvalley.com

Downtown Grass Valley Parking and Restroom Map

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125 Neal Street at Elizabeth Daniels Park: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
125 East Main Street at City Hall: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm M-Th

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Downtown businesses can call 530-272-8315

For a list of available vacancies, contact us.

Grass Valley, California

Nestled in the heart of the Sierra Nevada Foothills, Grass Valley, California is truly a postcard image. Bathed in a wondrous mix of cedar, pine, and an assortment of deciduous trees that burst forth a multitude of Fall colors as the cooler temperatures arrive, this circa 1800 Gold Rush era town offers a window into the past while providing the best the present has to offer.

Some things change…and some things remain the same!

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