The Oxnard Downtown Management District (ODMD) is a dynamic, non-profit corporation dedicated to making downtown Oxnard a great place to live, work and play. As the leading advocate for downtown, we work in partnership with business and government to identify needs, develop strategies, shape public policy and implement programs to strengthen the economic vitality of downtown Oxnard and its role as the historic and cultural heart of the community.
Who we are
The ODMD is a private non-profit organization operating on behalf of the property owners within the Business Improvement District (BID) boundaries. The Board of Directors includes unpaid elected representatives from: City Hall, Commercial and Residential Property Owners and Business Owners. Representatives from community partners and advocacy groups contribute in an advisory capacity. The organization is dedicated to the economic and community development of downtown Oxnard through enhanced maintenance, security, beautification, marketing and advocacy. Click here for the organizational Bylaws.
What is a BID?
A Business Improvement District (BID) is a self-assessment area established and managed by property or business owners to provide enhanced services above and beyond what the City provides all residents or businesses. The Oxnard Property Based Improvement District (PBID), was established by Downtown Oxnard property owners in 2001. The BIDs are legally established by State of California legislation (Streets & Highways Code) and approved by the Oxnard City Council.
ODMD is not a membership based organization. You are a stakeholder of a BID by virtue of the location of your business or commercial property. Please click the link below to see the map illustrating the ODMD boundaries.
How are ODMD fees assessed?