What we do
Ambassadors maintain the public realm seven days a week. Our team removes over 30,000 pounds of trash and 2,000 square feet of graffiti per week, maintains street furniture for the parklet on Hope Street, and supplies dog waste bags for Mutt Mitt stations within the District. Submit a service request by clicking here, or emailing email@example.com.
Safety Ambassadors patrol the district twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Our team respond to any non-emergency safety incidents in the district, assists with trespassing and other illegal activity, jump starts vehicles, and accompanies anyone walking within the District to their destination. Dispatch can be reached at (866) 560-9346. Click here to download a full list of clean & safe services.
The success of large and small businesses directly contributes to a clean, safe, and vibrant community. To facilitate that success, our team helps owners of new businesses navigate the complex processes of permits and construction; we promote and support existing businesses; we partner with brokers and leasing agents to attract new businesses; we advocate for better transit and pedestrian infrastructure; and we work with the City and developers to ensure new projects benefit the community at-large. For more information about our economic development efforts, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mission of the South Park Business Improvement District (SPBID) is to continually support the unique living and commerce experience for its residents and businesses by facilitating a safe, clean, collaborative and wholesome environment, while leveraging the opportunities that arise due to its location and role in the historic transformation of DTLA.
About the BID
Nestled in the Sports & Entertainment District, SPBID manages a 52-block area containing the STAPLES Center, L.A. LIVE, Los Angeles Convention Center, California Hospital Medical Center, and the Pico Metro station.
Our Clean and Safety Teams, who are easily recognized by their signature forest green South Park uniforms, patrol South Park 24-hours a day, seven days a week to ensure a positive experience for visitors and residents.
A Board of Directors, made up of South Park property owners and stakeholders, oversees the management of the BID. The full-time management team leads day-to-day operations including: security and maintenance of our streets, coordination with local developers, interaction with our valued residents, and business support services. The Board of Directors also works closely with city agencies in carrying out the City of Los Angeles-approved South Park BID Management Plan. All Board Meetings are open to the public, click here to download the 2019 Board Calendar.