New Business Signage, Downtown is about to get a lot more artsy

New Business Signage, Downtown is about to get a lot more artsy

The Beaverton Downtown Association is partnering with local artists, downtown business owners, and sign fabricators to develop creative, artistic, and unique blade signs that will project from the sides of building exteriors. This program, called CoSign, will result in 10-12 new blade signs that will be unveiled to the public on November 30, 2019, Small Business Saturday.

Are you a local artist or designer? Find more information and submit your designs by July 26, 2019 on www.downtownbeaverton.org/cosign.

CoSign is made possible as a result of funding from the Washington County Visitors Association, both the City of Beaverton Arts Program and the Storefront Improvement Program, and Global Art of Dance.

Beaverton Restaurant Week is coming again September 26, 2019 through October 6, 2019. In 2018, over 40 restaurants offered limited-time menu items. We expect this program to be even larger this year, with exposure to hundreds of thousands of people through social media, press, and word of mouth. Beaverton is the premier dining destination on the Westside, and we want to show how great it really is!

BOO-verton Trick-or-Treat will be back again this year, and better than ever. Keep your eyes on the BDA website and social media for more details as this program unfolds.

Each of these programs offer incredibly high visibility for downtown, so contact us if you are interested in learning more about volunteering or sponsorship opportunities.

Beaverton Downtown Association

The Beaverton Downtown Association promotes the historic preservation of Old Town Beaverton and supports activities that add to the vibrancy of the historic downtown core.

Want to get involved? Check out our website at www.downtownbeaverton.org. For more information, contact Kevin Teater, Executive Director, Beaverton Downtown Association, (503) 332-5419