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Financial Allocation Marketing & Communications $ 120,040.00 Advertising, public relations, production of DTSF publication, and Annual Report. Primary responsibility for website development and management. Includes some salaries.

Administration $ 291,595.42 Includes Executive Director's salary, staff benefits, office space, equipment leases, insurance, accounting services, office supplies, postage and contingency.

Place Making $ 126,279.40 Installation and maintenance of banners and landscaping. Support for Clean and Green Team activities, including wages.

Events $ 113,833.46 Permits, rentals, beverages and other support services needed to host events and cultural activities in Downtown. Includes Event Manager's salary.

Promotions $ 50,931.40 Permits, rentals, beverages and other support services needed to host downtown promotions. Includes some salaries.

Economic Development 40,487.51

$

Retail Incubator Program.

Our Mission

With a $250 million infusion of new and proposed development since 2010, downtown Sioux Falls is thriving as the cultural and economic center of our community.

Downtown Sioux Falls, Inc. is a non-profit corporation committed to continually upgrading and enhancing the vitality of downtown by providing excitement, activity and a positive image within the community through economic development, public relations, promotions and design.

Joe Batcheller Executive Director, Downtown Sioux Falls

Our Vision

In 2015, we witnessed several new businesses, building renovations, and proposed developments—many of which contributed to the revitalization of Main Avenue. That revitalization will continue in the coming years with the completion of the Main Avenue road diet and the construction of Washington Square. Projects like these will play an important role in the success of downtown, as they contribute and reinforce an essential element to the downtown scene—the street life. The Downtown Sioux Falls organization has remained focused on adding to the street life with events, street musicians, improved signage, and keeping the environment clean and safe. Our beautification, programming, and promotional efforts are all designed to make downtown Sioux Falls attractive, active, fun, and interesting. You will see this theme throughout the report in all the various ways in which we are committed to enhancing the downtown experience.

Downtown is the heart of our city and belongs to residents and visitors alike. Our goal is to make downtown a place for anyone and everyone to work, live, shop, eat, visit, enjoy and experience the arts, culture and other festivals in a manner that is family friendly and environmentally sensitive. Laurie Knutson Board Chair, Downtown Sioux Falls

Downtown Sioux Falls is one of the best experiences in South Dakota because of dedicated staff, volunteers, sponsors, partners and investors. We live in a vibrant community that understands the importance of a thriving downtown. We are ever grateful for the continued support. The future for downtown Sioux Falls is most promising, thanks to you!

Downtown Sioux Falls Board

2015 Trolley Powered By

2015 Downtown Visionaries

Laurie Knutson, EmBe (Chair) James Krueger, Click Rain (Vice Chair) Mary Dally, Thurman, Comes, Foley & Co (Treasurer) John Henkhaus, Everist Company (Secretary) Dave Kroll, First Dakota National Bank (Past Chair) Tiffany Miller, Davenport, Evans, Hurwitz & Smith DeAnn Echols, The Great Outdoor Store Julie Grossman, Montgomery's Furniture

Erica Beck, Lloyd Companies Chris Hanmer, CH Patisserie Steve Jervik, Minervas Mark Millage, Kilian Community College Caroline Peterson, Plum's Cooking Co. Nancy Savage, Child's Play Toys Larry Toll, Washington Pavilion Kyle Raph, CO-OP Architects

Downtown Sioux Falls Staff Joe Batcheller, Executive Director Gina Rauk, Marketing Director Steven Dahlmeier, Events Manager

Brienne Maner, Communications & Membership Director Sarah Munce, Office Administrator Dave Oswald, Clean & Green Team Lead


Financial Allocation Marketing & Communications $ 120,040.00 Advertising, public relations, production of DTSF publication, and Annual Report. Primary responsibility for website development and management. Includes some salaries.

Administration $ 291,595.42 Includes Executive Director's salary, staff benefits, office space, equipment leases, insurance, accounting services, office supplies, postage and contingency.

Place Making $ 126,279.40 Installation and maintenance of banners and landscaping. Support for Clean and Green Team activities, including wages.

Events $ 113,833.46 Permits, rentals, beverages and other support services needed to host events and cultural activities in Downtown. Includes Event Manager's salary.

Promotions $ 50,931.40 Permits, rentals, beverages and other support services needed to host downtown promotions. Includes some salaries.

Economic Development 40,487.51

$

Retail Incubator Program.

Our Mission

With a $250 million infusion of new and proposed development since 2010, downtown Sioux Falls is thriving as the cultural and economic center of our community.

Downtown Sioux Falls, Inc. is a non-profit corporation committed to continually upgrading and enhancing the vitality of downtown by providing excitement, activity and a positive image within the community through economic development, public relations, promotions and design.

Joe Batcheller Executive Director, Downtown Sioux Falls

Our Vision

In 2015, we witnessed several new businesses, building renovations, and proposed developments—many of which contributed to the revitalization of Main Avenue. That revitalization will continue in the coming years with the completion of the Main Avenue road diet and the construction of Washington Square. Projects like these will play an important role in the success of downtown, as they contribute and reinforce an essential element to the downtown scene—the street life. The Downtown Sioux Falls organization has remained focused on adding to the street life with events, street musicians, improved signage, and keeping the environment clean and safe. Our beautification, programming, and promotional efforts are all designed to make downtown Sioux Falls attractive, active, fun, and interesting. You will see this theme throughout the report in all the various ways in which we are committed to enhancing the downtown experience.

Downtown is the heart of our city and belongs to residents and visitors alike. Our goal is to make downtown a place for anyone and everyone to work, live, shop, eat, visit, enjoy and experience the arts, culture and other festivals in a manner that is family friendly and environmentally sensitive. Laurie Knutson Board Chair, Downtown Sioux Falls

Downtown Sioux Falls is one of the best experiences in South Dakota because of dedicated staff, volunteers, sponsors, partners and investors. We live in a vibrant community that understands the importance of a thriving downtown. We are ever grateful for the continued support. The future for downtown Sioux Falls is most promising, thanks to you!

Downtown Sioux Falls Board

2015 Trolley Powered By

2015 Downtown Visionaries

Laurie Knutson, EmBe (Chair) James Krueger, Click Rain (Vice Chair) Mary Dally, Thurman, Comes, Foley & Co (Treasurer) John Henkhaus, Everist Company (Secretary) Dave Kroll, First Dakota National Bank (Past Chair) Tiffany Miller, Davenport, Evans, Hurwitz & Smith DeAnn Echols, The Great Outdoor Store Julie Grossman, Montgomery's Furniture

Erica Beck, Lloyd Companies Chris Hanmer, CH Patisserie Steve Jervik, Minervas Mark Millage, Kilian Community College Caroline Peterson, Plum's Cooking Co. Nancy Savage, Child's Play Toys Larry Toll, Washington Pavilion Kyle Raph, CO-OP Architects

Downtown Sioux Falls Staff Joe Batcheller, Executive Director Gina Rauk, Marketing Director Steven Dahlmeier, Events Manager

Brienne Maner, Communications & Membership Director Sarah Munce, Office Administrator Dave Oswald, Clean & Green Team Lead


Marketing & Communications

Live Well Sioux Falls • Sioux Empire Homeless Coalition • Bishop New Web Visitors up

DTSF received the International Downtown Association Merit Award for the

Dudley Hospitality House • St. Francis House • Homeless Advisory

Created

Board • NAMI Sioux Falls • Lutheran Social Services • Big Brothers

Restaurant Week Videos

Good Neighbor Guide

Added feet of Holiday Lights to the Federal Courthouse Plaza

Big Sisters • Friends of the Big Sioux River • Friends of the Levitt •

Advocacy & Partnerships

SculptureWalk • Sioux Falls State Theater • Sioux Falls Chamber of

Removed Maintained & Installed

Commerce • Parking Advisory Board • Siouxland Libraries •

Small Business Education Seminars

Siouxland Museums • Great Plains Zoo • 1 Million Cups Yankton •

DTSF.com Page Views

were held on the subjects of Marketing, Events, Merchandise Management, Financial Management, Retail Incubator, Human Resources, Recycling & Window Displays.

Economic Development Economic Development

Place Making Programs

1 Million Cups Sioux Falls • Cinema Falls • City of Sioux Falls •

Facebook Likes

Sioux Falls Leading Green • Pettigrew Heights Neighborhood • 10th & Western Neighborhood • All Saints Neighborhood •

pounds of Trash, Litter & Debris from Downtown Sidewalks

Sioux Empire Community Theatre • Sioux Falls Orpheum Theater • Created & Distributed

Created Content, Edited & Distributed Community E-Newsletter, Exactly Downtown

Washington Pavilion • The Center For Equality • Kilian Community College • AARP South Dakota • South Dakota Business Finance •

Maintained & Installed Holiday Wreaths

Denny Sanford PREMIER Center • OTA • Downtown Historic Design

Member E-Newsletter, Let’s Talk Downtown

Instagram Followers

Standards • Leadership Exchange with St. Joseph, MO •

Twitter Followers

Stockwell Engineers

Bank Midwest

The Bakery

Bogtrotter’s Irish Pub, Grub & Tap

Bishop Dudley Hospitality House

modtro Frontier Bank

Urban Archaeology

Knaughty Lox Salon

Clear Frame Media

MacKenzie River Pizza, Grill & Pub

Pappy’s The Original

The Prairie Farmers’ Market

Mi Tierra Authentic Restaurant & Bakery

Next Edge Academy

Duluth Trading Company

Kids, Inc. Students

The Sampson House

South Dakota Canoe & Kayak Association

JAM Art & Supply

J.H. & Sons Antiques on Old 8th Street ODE To Food & Drinks

WoodGrain Brewing Co. Unglued

Phillips Avenue Farmers’ Market S.H.U.E.S. CPMFITness: DTSF

American State Bank

Held a Shoplifting Prevention Seminar was held with the Sioux Falls Police

Events & Promotions 1,186

12,000

2,600

680

548

302

2,237

9,800

2,665

1,460

13,000

540

17,000

3,500

16,000

The Banks Railyard Purchase Washington Square 3rd Avenue Lofts Graham Salvage DM&E Renovation

Economic Impact

25,582

258,840

56,082

14,667

11,820

6,513

50,408

211,386

57,484

31,492

280,410

11,647

366,690

75,495

Say Anything Jewelry Lemonly Lot 2029 YMCA Foundry/ CEGA Innovations

Zandbroz Variety YMCA Traditions I Traditions II JH & Sons Merit Hardware Security Storefronts

Epicosity Best Building The Plaza Security Building Jones Lofts The Bakery Foundry State Theater Public Parking Building Skelly’s Building


Marketing & Communications

Live Well Sioux Falls • Sioux Empire Homeless Coalition • Bishop New Web Visitors up

DTSF received the International Downtown Association Merit Award for the

Dudley Hospitality House • St. Francis House • Homeless Advisory

Created

Board • NAMI Sioux Falls • Lutheran Social Services • Big Brothers

Restaurant Week Videos

Good Neighbor Guide

Added feet of Holiday Lights to the Federal Courthouse Plaza

Big Sisters • Friends of the Big Sioux River • Friends of the Levitt •

Advocacy & Partnerships

SculptureWalk • Sioux Falls State Theater • Sioux Falls Chamber of

Removed Maintained & Installed

Commerce • Parking Advisory Board • Siouxland Libraries •

Small Business Education Seminars

Siouxland Museums • Great Plains Zoo • 1 Million Cups Yankton •

DTSF.com Page Views

were held on the subjects of Marketing, Events, Merchandise Management, Financial Management, Retail Incubator, Human Resources, Recycling & Window Displays.

Economic Development Economic Development

Place Making Programs

1 Million Cups Sioux Falls • Cinema Falls • City of Sioux Falls •

Facebook Likes

Sioux Falls Leading Green • Pettigrew Heights Neighborhood • 10th & Western Neighborhood • All Saints Neighborhood •

pounds of Trash, Litter & Debris from Downtown Sidewalks

Sioux Empire Community Theatre • Sioux Falls Orpheum Theater • Created & Distributed

Created Content, Edited & Distributed Community E-Newsletter, Exactly Downtown

Washington Pavilion • The Center For Equality • Kilian Community College • AARP South Dakota • South Dakota Business Finance •

Maintained & Installed Holiday Wreaths

Denny Sanford PREMIER Center • OTA • Downtown Historic Design

Member E-Newsletter, Let’s Talk Downtown

Instagram Followers

Standards • Leadership Exchange with St. Joseph, MO •

Twitter Followers

Stockwell Engineers

Bank Midwest

The Bakery

Bogtrotter’s Irish Pub, Grub & Tap

Bishop Dudley Hospitality House

modtro Frontier Bank

Urban Archaeology

Knaughty Lox Salon

Clear Frame Media

MacKenzie River Pizza, Grill & Pub

Pappy’s The Original

The Prairie Farmers’ Market

Mi Tierra Authentic Restaurant & Bakery

Next Edge Academy

Duluth Trading Company

Kids, Inc. Students

The Sampson House

South Dakota Canoe & Kayak Association

JAM Art & Supply

J.H. & Sons Antiques on Old 8th Street ODE To Food & Drinks

WoodGrain Brewing Co. Unglued

Phillips Avenue Farmers’ Market S.H.U.E.S. CPMFITness: DTSF

American State Bank

Held a Shoplifting Prevention Seminar was held with the Sioux Falls Police

Events & Promotions 1,186

12,000

2,600

680

548

302

2,237

9,800

2,665

1,460

13,000

540

17,000

3,500

16,000

The Banks Railyard Purchase Washington Square 3rd Avenue Lofts Graham Salvage DM&E Renovation

Economic Impact

25,582

258,840

56,082

14,667

11,820

6,513

50,408

211,386

57,484

31,492

280,410

11,647

366,690

75,495

Say Anything Jewelry Lemonly Lot 2029 YMCA Foundry/ CEGA Innovations

Zandbroz Variety YMCA Traditions I Traditions II JH & Sons Merit Hardware Security Storefronts

Epicosity Best Building The Plaza Security Building Jones Lofts The Bakery Foundry State Theater Public Parking Building Skelly’s Building


Financial Allocation Marketing & Communications $ 120,040.00 Advertising, public relations, production of DTSF publication, and Annual Report. Primary responsibility for website development and management. Includes some salaries.

Administration $ 291,595.42 Includes Executive Director's salary, staff benefits, office space, equipment leases, insurance, accounting services, office supplies, postage and contingency.

Place Making $ 126,279.40 Installation and maintenance of banners and landscaping. Support for Clean and Green Team activities, including wages.

Events $ 113,833.46 Permits, rentals, beverages and other support services needed to host events and cultural activities in Downtown. Includes Event Manager's salary.

Promotions $ 50,931.40 Permits, rentals, beverages and other support services needed to host downtown promotions. Includes some salaries.

Economic Development 40,487.51

$

Retail Incubator Program.

Our Mission

With a $250 million infusion of new and proposed development since 2010, downtown Sioux Falls is thriving as the cultural and economic center of our community.

Downtown Sioux Falls, Inc. is a non-profit corporation committed to continually upgrading and enhancing the vitality of downtown by providing excitement, activity and a positive image within the community through economic development, public relations, promotions and design.

Joe Batcheller Executive Director, Downtown Sioux Falls

Our Vision

In 2015, we witnessed several new businesses, building renovations, and proposed developments—many of which contributed to the revitalization of Main Avenue. That revitalization will continue in the coming years with the completion of the Main Avenue road diet and the construction of Washington Square. Projects like these will play an important role in the success of downtown, as they contribute and reinforce an essential element to the downtown scene—the street life. The Downtown Sioux Falls organization has remained focused on adding to the street life with events, street musicians, improved signage, and keeping the environment clean and safe. Our beautification, programming, and promotional efforts are all designed to make downtown Sioux Falls attractive, active, fun, and interesting. You will see this theme throughout the report in all the various ways in which we are committed to enhancing the downtown experience.

Downtown is the heart of our city and belongs to residents and visitors alike. Our goal is to make downtown a place for anyone and everyone to work, live, shop, eat, visit, enjoy and experience the arts, culture and other festivals in a manner that is family friendly and environmentally sensitive. Laurie Knutson Board Chair, Downtown Sioux Falls

Downtown Sioux Falls is one of the best experiences in South Dakota because of dedicated staff, volunteers, sponsors, partners and investors. We live in a vibrant community that understands the importance of a thriving downtown. We are ever grateful for the continued support. The future for downtown Sioux Falls is most promising, thanks to you!

Downtown Sioux Falls Board

2015 Trolley Powered By

2015 Downtown Visionaries

Laurie Knutson, EmBe (Chair) James Krueger, Click Rain (Vice Chair) Mary Dally, Thurman, Comes, Foley & Co (Treasurer) John Henkhaus, Everist Company (Secretary) Dave Kroll, First Dakota National Bank (Past Chair) Tiffany Miller, Davenport, Evans, Hurwitz & Smith DeAnn Echols, The Great Outdoor Store Julie Grossman, Montgomery's Furniture

Erica Beck, Lloyd Companies Chris Hanmer, CH Patisserie Steve Jervik, Minervas Mark Millage, Kilian Community College Caroline Peterson, Plum's Cooking Co. Nancy Savage, Child's Play Toys Larry Toll, Washington Pavilion Kyle Raph, CO-OP Architects

Downtown Sioux Falls Staff Joe Batcheller, Executive Director Gina Rauk, Marketing Director Steven Dahlmeier, Events Manager

Brienne Maner, Communications & Membership Director Sarah Munce, Office Administrator Dave Oswald, Clean & Green Team Lead


Marketing & Communications

Live Well Sioux Falls • Sioux Empire Homeless Coalition • Bishop New Web Visitors up

DTSF received the International Downtown Association Merit Award for the

Dudley Hospitality House • St. Francis House • Homeless Advisory

Created

Board • NAMI Sioux Falls • Lutheran Social Services • Big Brothers

Restaurant Week Videos

Good Neighbor Guide

Added feet of Holiday Lights to the Federal Courthouse Plaza

Big Sisters • Friends of the Big Sioux River • Friends of the Levitt •

Advocacy & Partnerships

SculptureWalk • Sioux Falls State Theater • Sioux Falls Chamber of

Removed Maintained & Installed

Commerce • Parking Advisory Board • Siouxland Libraries •

Small Business Education Seminars

Siouxland Museums • Great Plains Zoo • 1 Million Cups Yankton •

DTSF.com Page Views

were held on the subjects of Marketing, Events, Merchandise Management, Financial Management, Retail Incubator, Human Resources, Recycling & Window Displays.

Economic Development Economic Development

Place Making Programs

1 Million Cups Sioux Falls • Cinema Falls • City of Sioux Falls •

Facebook Likes

Sioux Falls Leading Green • Pettigrew Heights Neighborhood • 10th & Western Neighborhood • All Saints Neighborhood •

pounds of Trash, Litter & Debris from Downtown Sidewalks

Sioux Empire Community Theatre • Sioux Falls Orpheum Theater • Created & Distributed

Created Content, Edited & Distributed Community E-Newsletter, Exactly Downtown

Washington Pavilion • The Center For Equality • Kilian Community College • AARP South Dakota • South Dakota Business Finance •

Maintained & Installed Holiday Wreaths

Denny Sanford PREMIER Center • OTA • Downtown Historic Design

Member E-Newsletter, Let’s Talk Downtown

Instagram Followers

Standards • Leadership Exchange with St. Joseph, MO •

Twitter Followers

Stockwell Engineers

Bank Midwest

The Bakery

Bogtrotter’s Irish Pub, Grub & Tap

Bishop Dudley Hospitality House

modtro Frontier Bank

Urban Archaeology

Knaughty Lox Salon

Clear Frame Media

MacKenzie River Pizza, Grill & Pub

Pappy’s The Original

The Prairie Farmers’ Market

Mi Tierra Authentic Restaurant & Bakery

Next Edge Academy

Duluth Trading Company

Kids, Inc. Students

The Sampson House

South Dakota Canoe & Kayak Association

JAM Art & Supply

J.H. & Sons Antiques on Old 8th Street ODE To Food & Drinks

WoodGrain Brewing Co. Unglued

Phillips Avenue Farmers’ Market S.H.U.E.S. CPMFITness: DTSF

American State Bank

Held a Shoplifting Prevention Seminar was held with the Sioux Falls Police

Events & Promotions 1,186

12,000

2,600

680

548

302

2,237

9,800

2,665

1,460

13,000

540

17,000

3,500

16,000

The Banks Railyard Purchase Washington Square 3rd Avenue Lofts Graham Salvage DM&E Renovation

Economic Impact

25,582

258,840

56,082

14,667

11,820

6,513

50,408

211,386

57,484

31,492

280,410

11,647

366,690

75,495

Say Anything Jewelry Lemonly Lot 2029 YMCA Foundry/ CEGA Innovations

Zandbroz Variety YMCA Traditions I Traditions II JH & Sons Merit Hardware Security Storefronts

Epicosity Best Building The Plaza Security Building Jones Lofts The Bakery Foundry State Theater Public Parking Building Skelly’s Building


Financial Allocation Marketing & Communications $ 120,040.00 Advertising, public relations, production of DTSF publication, and Annual Report. Primary responsibility for website development and management. Includes some salaries.

Administration $ 291,595.42 Includes Executive Director's salary, staff benefits, office space, equipment leases, insurance, accounting services, office supplies, postage and contingency.

Place Making $ 126,279.40 Installation and maintenance of banners and landscaping. Support for Clean and Green Team activities, including wages.

Events $ 113,833.46 Permits, rentals, beverages and other support services needed to host events and cultural activities in Downtown. Includes Event Manager's salary.

Promotions $ 50,931.40 Permits, rentals, beverages and other support services needed to host downtown promotions. Includes some salaries.

Economic Development 40,487.51

$

Retail Incubator Program.

Our Mission

With a $250 million infusion of new and proposed development since 2010, downtown Sioux Falls is thriving as the cultural and economic center of our community.

Downtown Sioux Falls, Inc. is a non-profit corporation committed to continually upgrading and enhancing the vitality of downtown by providing excitement, activity and a positive image within the community through economic development, public relations, promotions and design.

Joe Batcheller Executive Director, Downtown Sioux Falls

Our Vision

In 2015, we witnessed several new businesses, building renovations, and proposed developments—many of which contributed to the revitalization of Main Avenue. That revitalization will continue in the coming years with the completion of the Main Avenue road diet and the construction of Washington Square. Projects like these will play an important role in the success of downtown, as they contribute and reinforce an essential element to the downtown scene—the street life. The Downtown Sioux Falls organization has remained focused on adding to the street life with events, street musicians, improved signage, and keeping the environment clean and safe. Our beautification, programming, and promotional efforts are all designed to make downtown Sioux Falls attractive, active, fun, and interesting. You will see this theme throughout the report in all the various ways in which we are committed to enhancing the downtown experience.

Downtown is the heart of our city and belongs to residents and visitors alike. Our goal is to make downtown a place for anyone and everyone to work, live, shop, eat, visit, enjoy and experience the arts, culture and other festivals in a manner that is family friendly and environmentally sensitive. Laurie Knutson Board Chair, Downtown Sioux Falls

Downtown Sioux Falls is one of the best experiences in South Dakota because of dedicated staff, volunteers, sponsors, partners and investors. We live in a vibrant community that understands the importance of a thriving downtown. We are ever grateful for the continued support. The future for downtown Sioux Falls is most promising, thanks to you!

Downtown Sioux Falls Board

2015 Trolley Powered By

2015 Downtown Visionaries

Laurie Knutson, EmBe (Chair) James Krueger, Click Rain (Vice Chair) Mary Dally, Thurman, Comes, Foley & Co (Treasurer) John Henkhaus, Everist Company (Secretary) Dave Kroll, First Dakota National Bank (Past Chair) Tiffany Miller, Davenport, Evans, Hurwitz & Smith DeAnn Echols, The Great Outdoor Store Julie Grossman, Montgomery's Furniture

Erica Beck, Lloyd Companies Chris Hanmer, CH Patisserie Steve Jervik, Minervas Mark Millage, Kilian Community College Caroline Peterson, Plum's Cooking Co. Nancy Savage, Child's Play Toys Larry Toll, Washington Pavilion Kyle Raph, CO-OP Architects

Downtown Sioux Falls Staff Joe Batcheller, Executive Director Gina Rauk, Marketing Director Steven Dahlmeier, Events Manager

Brienne Maner, Communications & Membership Director Sarah Munce, Office Administrator Dave Oswald, Clean & Green Team Lead

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