Downtown Great Falls Association and the Business Improvement District have moved to a new Central Avenue office

The offices of the Great Falls Business Improvement District and the Downtown Great Falls Association have moved the Downtown Great Falls office to 318 Central Ave.

The two organizations moved April 2 from their temporary space at the Great Falls Area Chamber of Commerce. The organizations were in the Chamber since November 2016.

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“We are so thankful for the partnership we have been able to firmly establish with the Chamber,” the BID and DGFA said in a release. “We look forward to continuing the relationship that we have begun.”

Their phone numbers and email addresses remain the same.

The BID and DGFA have leased the space at 318 Central through June 30, 2019.

The BID is funded through an assessment downtown property owners opt to impose on themselves and the DGFA is funded through membership dues.

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The new space will make the organizations more centrally located and more easily accessible to their teams and better able to do their work, said Joan Redeen, BID’s community director.

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The organizations offer many services and support to businesses and property owners in the downtown area.

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“We are super excited to be centrally located in the core of downtown,” DGFA’s director of operations Kellie Pierce told The Electric. “Having our office right on Central Avenue allows us to be the information center for downtown; the space is more accessible and inviting to our members, customers and tourists.”

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The space was previously the Sora and Company location. The boutique moved earlier this year to the 100 block of Central Avenue.