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Painting A Brighter Tomorrow

Does your business front need a facelift? How about that alleyway behind you? We are starting facade improvements in Downtown Anchorage, so let us know that you want to participate!

via Joran Apers

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Foster A Flower

Each summer, Anchorage blooms into the “City of Flowers” program. Our municipal greenhouse grows over 76,000 plants and 1400 hanging baskets. As an admirer of flowers, residents or businesses can help maintain this program by “fostering” two hanging baskets.

May 16, 2015: Anchorage Downtown Partnership - Petals and Spokes

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Downtown Advisory Group

Led by former mayors Tony Knowles & Rick Mystrom, the Downtown Advisory Group (DAG) was a voluntary coalition of downtown businesses, property owners, organizations, and other stakeholders who came together to collaboratively identify challenges and opportunities facing the community and to identify recommendations on how to address these challenges for the incoming Berkowitz administration.
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Downtown Walking Tour with Anchorage Mayors

The Alaska Channel and Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. have together a self-guided walking tour like no other! Imagine hearing stories about different downtown landmarks from past and current leaders of our city! This audio tour — which is available as part of the FREE Alaska App available on iTunes — is both entertaining and educational.
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2011 Anchorage First Campaign

Did you know when you spend local and shop Anchorage First you are powering our economy?
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4th Avenue Theatre mural project

The 4th Avenue Theatre is the iconic downtown building, located in the heart of historic 4th Avenue. The Theatre currently lacks a tenant and fell victim to vandalism over the past winter. In order to help put a brighter face on this icon of downtown until a new tenant can be found for the building, Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. worked with local photographers and the University of Alaska to compile historic photos of the Theatre and 4th Avenue that could be blown up into larger than life murals covering the previously boarded-up doors and windows.
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Cigarette Litter Prevention Program

In the past decade, cigarette smoking in America has decreased 28%, yet cigarette butts remain the most littered item–in the U.S. and across the globe. Dropping cigarette butts to the ground, putting them in planters, and disposing of them in waterways is littering.
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