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Our search continues....

posted Apr 15, 2019, 2:27 PM by Brooks Erickson   [ updated Apr 15, 2019, 2:30 PM ]

In taking formal action, our Board has terminated its earlier unsuccessful search today.  Effective immediately, it has activated a new search to find a qualified staff person to manage and head up our organization prepared and poised for success and full of expectation and promise.  

Please make this opportunity known to your friends and acquaintances. Review the needs in the document linked to the image below:



Our Search is on...

posted Dec 28, 2018, 12:32 PM by Brooks Erickson

In December, our Board of Directors authorized a call for qualified and enthusiastic individuals to candidate for our Executive Director opportunity.  If finding effective solutions in community building, helping shape a new, progressive organization, and positively impacting the lives of individuals in business, community, and government brings out the best in you, we look forward to hearing from you and exploring the possibilities.  Please review the notice below and forward your expression to the e-mail address therein.  Thank you for reading and considering this opportunity!

ED Notice

2017 Annual Report

posted Oct 13, 2018, 1:52 PM by Jenifer McDonald   [ updated Oct 13, 2018, 1:54 PM ]

Improvement Districts are required to provide an annual report to Sacramento County. The report for the Carmichael Improvement District for 2017 is available here:

Owners Meeting set for Wednesday, October 24th 3:30 - 6:00 p.m.

posted Oct 10, 2018, 6:09 PM by Jenifer McDonald   [ updated Oct 12, 2018, 1:20 PM by Brooks Erickson ]

Property and Business Owners are invited to attend an informal meeting from 3:30 - 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 24th at the Carmichael Library.

Make the most of your CID resources.  Members of the Carmichael Improvement District Board of Directors, our security and maintenance contractors and management are joining in and happy to answer questions you may have about the CID.

No RSVP is required - join us anytime between 3:30 and 6:00 p.m. on October 24th!

Economic Study on Carmichael Community just Released by CID

posted Sep 27, 2018, 4:44 PM by Brooks Erickson

The Improvement District board received a comprehensive economic and retail study in its September meeting.  

The study offers a detailed and comparative review providing an informed perspective on our demographic, employment, consumer, and real estate dynamics.  Carmichael has a great story to tell of economic prosperity and opportunity.  Comments are welcomed.  

View or download a PDF of the Powerpoint slide deck by clicking the image below:

Carmichael Improvement District Seeking Applicants for Open Board Positions - November 15th deadline to apply

posted Sep 27, 2018, 4:39 PM by Brooks Erickson   [ updated Oct 24, 2018, 10:27 AM by Jenifer McDonald ]

Carmichael Improvement District (CID) is accepting applications for its voluntary Board of Directors. An induction and orientation for the new member(s) will take place in January 2019. Prospective board members may include CID-area business owners, public sector property owners and owner representatives, as well as engaged residents of the greater Carmichael community.


A description of expectations for a Board Member and application can be found HEREApplications must be submitted to by November 15th, 2018.


The Carmichael Improvement District was formed in December 2016 to promote the common interests of business and property owners by improving business and economic conditions in the Carmichael area. For additional information, contact or call 916-481-3015.

District completes first year of Clean & Safe initiative.

posted Sep 27, 2018, 3:34 PM by Brooks Erickson   [ updated Oct 13, 2018, 11:36 AM ]

What a difference a year makes!  July 31st marked the completion of the Carmichael Improvement District's first full year of its signature "Clean & Safe" work plan.  For your benefit, we have engaged best-of-class service providers who are hard at work in our district each day.  This is a quick over view of accomplishment.

Daily patrol service is provided by trained officers from Paladin Private Security.  In the course of rendering over 4,300 hours of patrol service, some 5,725 incident records serve to memorialize their positive assistance which helped business present an inviting, care-free place for their customers.  As the officers have worked their beat in Carmichael, they have developed an understanding of the unique needs of our area.  Of the records, 2,598 were proactive officer-initiated service calls where situations were observed and professionally addressed by our officers on their own, thereby heading off the potential of greater difficulties later.  In specific response to owner needs, 2,667 calls were made because of calls to summon the assistance of our officers to your concerns.  In addition to working on these pressing needs, when the chance arose, officers stopped and introduced themselves and our District to business owners and their employees 413 times in the year.  The efforts of our security team helped to measurably keep order and all moving along smoothly in our community.  To evaluate and coordinate these efforts, your District leaders convened ten joint force meetings in Carmichael where uniformed officers with California Highway Patrol, Sacramento County Sheriff's Department, and County Code Enforcement joined around the table with the Sacramento District Attorney's Community Prosecution Unit, a homeless outreach Navigator from Sacramento Steps Forward, and a representative from Carmichael HART--all working to share and coordinate resources toward solutions for Carmichael.

The second component of this program was a full year of cleaning and maintenance service provided by Hilary Gould and his business district maintenance team. Over these months, 2,006 buckets of litter were cleaned by hand while walking the streets of our service area, 413 bags of trash were removed from our area, 309 abandoned shopping carts were returned to merchants, 284 illegal signs were removed from our walks, 203 piles of refuse that was illegally dumped were hauled away, and 171 graffiti tags on property within our District were erased.  Various other issues were timely addressed that, together, made our community appear its very best.  What's more, we benefited from cohesive teamwork.  When situations were observed by the maintenance team while service was being rendered where others could help, they were quickly called to the attention of our leadership for prompt correction.  

All detail--large and small--over our first year add up to a large win for our business community and all who live, work and enjoy Carmichael.  The results are a clear demonstration of the power of unified and coordinated "eyes & ears" dedicated to our common benefit.  After all, our community finds the end result remarkable.  Words we hear most often heard include, "Amazing," Wow," and "Great." Appreciation goes out all around--to our ratepayers for resourcing our efforts and to the men and women who commit to "getting it done" each day.  Thank you!

Join in. Meeting set for February 22nd

posted Feb 14, 2018, 4:51 PM by Brooks Erickson   [ updated Feb 15, 2018, 11:04 AM ]

Property and Business owners are encouraged to join together with the CID Board of Directors on Thursday, February 22nd.  All are welcomed.  Plan to attend and be informed.

In addition, peruse our winter update mailer for an overview of the work accomplished since formation and useful detail on the services and benefits of CID.  

Call for Board Members

posted Dec 16, 2017, 5:11 AM by Brooks Erickson

Carmichael Improvement District Seeks Board Members

Carmichael Improvement District (CID) is accepting applications for its voluntary Board of Directors. An induction and orientation for the new member(s) will take place in January 2018. Prospective board members may include CID business owners, public sector property owners, and owner representatives of the designated district, as well as engaged residents of the Carmichael Improvement District community. 

Applications must be submitted to by December 15.

The Carmichael Improvement District does not and will not discriminate because of political affiliation or opinion, age, ancestry, marital status, physical condition, pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition, race, ethnicity, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin or medical condition.

The Carmichael Improvement District was formed in December 2016 to promote the common interests of business and property owners by improving business and economic conditions in the Carmichael area. For additional information contact

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