The Downtown Memphis Commission (DMC), formerly known as the Center City Commission, is the organization charged with advancing Memphis and Shelby County by making Downtown Memphis a better place to work, live, learn, invest and visit. The DMC is an independent development agency that is not funded by City or County taxes. The DMC is primarily funded by a special assessment on commercial properties in the Central Business Improvement District (CBID), the area referred to as Downtown Memphis, and fees paid by private Downtown developers. All of Memphis and Shelby County benefit from the work done by the DMC, but citizens and property owners outside of Downtown do not contribute to the DMC’s operations or incentives.
The DMC’s aim is to attract more people to Memphis and Shelby County with a vibrant Downtown that is densely populated, authentic, mixed-use, walkable, clean, safe and fun. The City of Memphis and Shelby County governments established the Downtown Memphis Commission to
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Join Red Shoe Society for an evening full of boo’s & brews at some of downtown Memphis’ hottest spots on Saturday, October 27 starting at 8:00pm for a Halloween-themed bar crawl. “Boos and Brews” Halloween-themed Bar Crawl is hosted by Red Shoe Society – Ronald McDonald House of Memphis and benefits the Ronald McDonald House of Memphis. Participants will “crawl” Read more...
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