About the NBRA BID
Advisory Board of Director Meeting Information
- Date and Time:
- Fourth Wednesday of odd-numbered months (January, March, May, July, September, November)
- 9:30 a.m.
- Newport Beach and Company Offices, 1600 Newport Center Drive, Suite 120
- The Board holds its meeting on the days, time and location noted above unless otherwise noticed.
Business Improvement District Information
- Date established: November 13, 1995
- Bylaws adopted: February 19, 2014
- Assessment information, programs, and the BID's yearly budget are contained within the Annual Report.
- About the NBRA
- Annual Assessment of BID Members:
- On June 9, 2020, the Newport Beach City Council adopted Resolution No. 2020-59 setting the annual assessment of BID members for the fiscal year July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021.
- On June 23, 2020, the Newport Beach City Council adopted Resolution No. 2020-65 confirming the levying of assessments.
- On June 9, 2020, the Newport Beach City Council adopted Resolution No. 2020-59, proposed by the NBRA BID Baord to reduce the annual assessment levied for the NBRA BID as follows due to COVID-19:
- Full-service restaurant (e.g., with wait service), $450
- Fast-casual restaurant (e.g., place order at counter), $375
- Grocery or market, $375
- Coffee, tea or specialty shop, $112.50
- Dessert, bakery or treats, $112.50
- Juice bar or smoothie shop, $112.50
- Catering company, $112.50
- Exempt businesses which sell food include: certified farmer's markets, mini-marts, yachts and charters, banquet facilities, private membership clubs, theaters and gas stations.
- Annual Renewal Process
- The NBRA BID was formed pursuant to the Parking and Business Improvement Area Law of 1989, codified in Streets and Highways Code Sections 36500 et seq., for the purpose of financing activities and programs to benefit businesses located and operating within the area. The NBRA BID area encompasses any food-service business within the boundaries of the city of Newport Beach. Each spring, the Newport Beach City Council reviews the BID’s annual report and conducts a public hearing to levy member assessments in the new fiscal year (starting July 1). The public hearing provides members the opportunity to submit written and oral protests about the assessment or planned activities. If member protests represent less than 50 percent of the total assessment amount, the NBRA BID renewal is confirmed and levies assessed upon its members. If protests represent 50 percent or more of the total assessment, the BID renewal proceedings are abandoned.
- Restaurant Week - The assessments collected from member businesses are used to supplement marketing of the annual Newport Beach Restaurant Week event.
BID Marketing, Administration and Accounting Services
Newport Beach & Company
Newport Beach Restaurant Association
Juan Carlos Godinez, Tavern House Kitchen + Bar - President
|Christopher Roman, Fork, Knife & Spoon Catering - Vice President|
|Phil Crowley, Modo Mio Cucina Rustica - Treasurer|
|Thaddeus Foret, Pirozzi - Secretary
|Mark Bunim, Hopdoddy Burger Bar|
|Jordan Otterbein, A Restaurant & Market; CDM|
|Eunjoo Pluenneke, Balboa Lily's; Boardwalk by Balboa Lily's|
|Talia Samuels, representing Mutt Lynch's|
|Marin Howarth, Arc Butcher & Baker|
|Nicole Paskerian, Buddha's Favorite|
|Micah Schiesel, The Lounge Group (representing Blackie's, Malarky's, Helmsman Ale House, Dory Deli, Stag Bar)|