The Orangeville BIA (OBIA) was created in 1976 with the purpose of building a stronger business area in an era when traditional downtowns began to struggle to compete against malls and plazas. Its goal was to bring independent business people together to build a stronger business area. The OBIA currently represents over 230 businesses in the downtown area, from Lakeview Court and the Best Western in the east westward along Broadway to Faulkner St. and Cunningham Vacuums at its western border, and includes all or portions of several side streets in between. The OBIA is mandated with developing the downtown through beautification, general improvements and upgrades, promotion, events and marketing; to advocate on behalf of the interests of the businesses within its boundaries and to undertake strategic planning. Quite simply, the OBIA is based on the principals that together we can accomplish more than we can alone, and that the best way to protect downtown's heritage is to look to the future. The OBIA believes that a vibrant, prosperous Orangeville must include a thriving Downtown. To achieve that, local, small businesses and commercial property owners must work together to encourage locals and tourists to do business in our beautiful downtown. The OBIA serves as the vehicle that drives Orangeville's downtown in that direction. Our goals are long term as we look to the coming decades and the need for a strong, healthy local economy. Our strength is in the commitment and support of our members and the community at large.
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