See why Eisenhower Business Improvement District is making headlines
Site work begins for new amphitheater
On Monday, July 18, crews from the Public Works Department began tearing up the parking lot and islands at the Macon Mall to make way for construction of the new amphitheater.
Design/Build Team selected for amphitheater
Design/Build Team for the new outdoor amphitheater that will be built at the Macon Mall.
Macon-Bibb Commission Passes Ordinance to Re-establish EBID
From 13WMAZ – The Macon-Bibb Commission passed an ordinance at their June 8, 2021 meeting …
EBID Seeks Re-establishment
From 41WMGT – The EBID was originally established for a 6 year term in 2015. Read the article and watch 41WMGT’s …
In the District: COVID-19 Vaccine Information
In addition to some pharmacies within the District, there are also two large vaccination sites open to the public. Atrium …
STREETLIGHTS COMING TO PARTS OF EISENHOWER PARKWAY
From 41WMGT – Parts of Eisenhower Parkway will become brighter and safer. Crews are installing street lights near the Macon Mall.
BUSINESS OWNERS SEEK TO CHANGE PERCEPTION OF MACON BUSINESS DISTRICT
From the Macon Telegraph – Improved landscaping efforts, coordinated infrastructure repairs, and more security have been an emphasis for the Eisenhower Parkway business district.
GROUP WORKING TO ATTRACT BUSINESSES TO MACON’S EISENHOWER CORRIDOR
From 13WMAZ – Nearly $1 million is going to improvements along parts of Macon’s Eisenhower Corridor all thanks to additional property taxes brought in through the Eisenhower Business District.
PEOPLE DISCUSS FUTURE OF MACON’S EISENHOWER CROSSING
From 13WMAZ – Jamie Arnold, executive director of the Eisenhower Business Improvement District, says she is working to bring business back to West Macon. The district places an extra five mill property tax on 93 businesses. That funding pays for improvements like landscaping and extra security patrol.
BIBB LEADERS, BUSINESS OWNERS WORK TO REBUILD WEST MACON’S POPULARITY
From WGXA – At a recent Planning and Zoning Commission hearing, residents said they wanted to see more business in West Macon. The Eisenhower Business Improvement District (EBID) is working hard to do just that.