Georgetown BID

ABOUT THE BID

The Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) works to protect and enhance the accessibility, attractiveness and overall appeal of Georgetown.

The Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and enhancing the accessibility, attractiveness and overall appeal of Georgetown. Established in 1999 by its property owners and merchants, the Georgetown BID has more than 1,000 members. The organization is located in the heart of Georgetown in Washington, D.C. and sets a standard of excellence in preserving historic charm while meeting contemporary needs. From marketing and special events, to transportation, economic development, destination management and streetscape, the Georgetown BID contributes to the vitality and quality of life in Georgetown. Governed by a Board of Directors elected by its membership, the Georgetown BID is proud of the role it has played in the ongoing evolution of Georgetown as an exceptional shopping, dining and visitor destination. 

Current Job Openings

None Visitor Services & Volunteer Coordinator (part time) 

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Georgetown By the Numbers
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More than 450 stores, restaurants, hotels, art galleries, salons, spas and service establishments
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More than 100 restaurants, representing over 16 ethnicities
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3.6 million plus square feet of office space
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1.7 million plus square feet of retail
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More than 1,000 hotel rooms
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Georgetown’s annual signature events draw an estimated 20,000 people a year
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The BID Clean Team collects more than 80,000 bags of trash each year, and cleans more than 5 miles of sidewalk daily.
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290 petunia flower baskets line the streets of Georgetown
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