The Downtown Business Association created the Downtown Business Development Corporation with the goal of beautifying our city’s center – and they’ve hit the ground running.
For each of the past 16 years, I have welcomed the opportunity to share some insights in this space with readers of the annual Corporate Relocation Issue of Bakersfield Magazine. As I near the end of my fourth and final term as the Mayor of Bakersfield, I am amazed by the many changes our city has experienced during that time.
There are a lot of things going on behind Kern County’s scenes that most people don’t know about. Things that will affect every last one of us.
We’re talking, of course, about Millennials; the youngest generation currently in the workforce.
The Bakersfield Convention and Visitors Bureau is now known as Visit Bakersfield. This new streamlined name says exactly what the organization is about.
Since 1998, the Bakersfield Condors have been bringing excitement to the ice in a way that only they can, and they have rightfully built up a loyal and strong fanbase. A recent shift in ownership has actually not only changed the division in which they’re placed, but may also open doors in many different aspects for Bakersfield, as well, further growing the bonds that they have already formed.