Support for the Davis Downtown


We, the undersigned organizations, appreciate the ongoing support and partnership we enjoy with Davis Downtown.  Many thanks for all you do for the Davis community!”

ASUCD, Armando Figueroa

ASUCD Picnic Day Committee, Grace Scott

Cal Aggie Alumni Association, Jane Eadie

City of Davis, Community Development Dept., Mike Webb

City of Davis, Chief Innovation Officer, Rob White

Davis Arts Center, Erie Vitiello

Davis Bicycles!, Mont Hubbard

Davis Farmers’ Market, Randii MacNear

Davis Live Music Collective, Kyle Monhollen

Davis Music Festival, Danny Tomasello

Davis Odd Fellows, Lea Rosenberg

Davis Roots, Anthony Costello

Downtown Art and Murals, Stephen Souza

JumpStart Davis, Bill Habicht

Pamela Trokanski Dance Theatre, Pamela Trokanski

Pence Art Gallery, Natalie Nelson

Radiate Art, Thelma Weatherford

RockBand University, Sandy Thai

Soups On!, Don Saylor

SPCA, Kim Kinney

STEAC, Jana Tuton

Taste of Davis, Lea Rosenberg

TEDxUCDavis, Chris Hays

Tour de Cluck Founder, Jake Clemens
-UC Davis Athletics, Scott Brayton
-UC Davis Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life, Thomas Whitcher

UC Davis Student Housing- Richard Ronquillo

USBHOF, Anthony Costello

YCVB, Alan Humason


About The Author

David Greenwald is the founder, editor, and executive director of the Davis Vanguard. He founded the Vanguard in 2006. David Greenwald moved to Davis in 1996 to attend Graduate School at UC Davis in Political Science. He lives in South Davis with his wife Cecilia Escamilla Greenwald and three children.

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2 thoughts on “Support for the Davis Downtown”

  1. Bill

    Thankfully there’s a forum to do more than sign my name as a show of support.  Davis Downtown, in many ways, is the backbone of this community.  They provide events that promote relationship building and community such as Dia de Los Muertos, music, 2nd Friday Art About, the Treat Trail and more… the businesses help to raise funds for local nonprofits…. they invest in innovation with energy and resources… they uplift the common good of the community.  DD has become a place I go to when I have an idea and, more often than not, they jump on-board and enable it to happen.  Good people committed to building a more awesome community.

  2. Michelle Millet

    One of things I love about Davis is the sense of community that comes along with having a great downtown. Thanks to the DDBA for all the work you put into making our downtown great. Thanks in particular for organizing and hosting the Halloween Trick or Treat Trail. It was fabulous to see so many people come out this year, despite the pouring rain, to take part in this family friendly, community building, event. Thanks!

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