Florin Road Partnership

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The Florin Road Partnership provides leadership service and programs to improve the image and economic vitality of the Florin Road Business District.

The Florin Road Partnership Property and Business Improvement District (PBID) was established by property and business owners in 1997 for a five year initial term.

In 2002, on the vote of nearly 90% of the property owners and with the unanimous consent of the County Board of Supervisors, the Partnership renewed for a second five year term.

In 2007, property owners and the County Board of Supervisors once again voted to renew the Partnership, this time for a 10 year term.



The Partnership operates under a management plan adopted during the renewal process (see "Publications" link).

The management plan directs the Partnership to provide streetscape improvements, economic development, marketing, and security services to property owners above and beyond those provided by the City and County of Sacramento. Existing City and County services are to remain intact during the tenure of the Partnership.





The total district budget for each of its ten years of operation is a base of approximately $300,000 per year with a maximum increase of 3% per year. The assessment may be increased only by majority vote of the County Board of Supervisors upon recommendation by the Partnership's Board of Directors.

Administration: $78,000

Security: $69,000

Marketing Promotions: $63,000

Streetscape Design and Implementation: $54,000

Economic Development: $24,000

Contingency: $12,000



The cost to the property owners on each lot within the boundaries of the PBID is $0.014 per square foot of assessed property.


District renewal requires submittal of petitions from property owners representing at least 50% of the total assessment. Should the required petitions be obtained, ballots and a district developed management plan are distributed by the County of Sacramento. The "Right to Vote on Taxes Act" (California Proposition 218) requires that more than 50% of the ballots returned, weighted by assessment, be in support of the district.


*Scott Rogalski, FRP President, Assistant Vice President, F&M Bank
*Linda Deavens, FRP Vice-President, CEO, Paratransit, Inc.
*Tom Burruss, FRP Secretary/Treasurer, Principal, Burruss & Associates

Emily Brantley, Manager, The Home Depot
*Aaron Chong, Chief of Staff for Jimmie R. Yee, County Board of Supervisors-District 2
Tom Donaldson, Owner, Florin Road Arts & Business Complex
Barbara Etrick, Agent, State Farm Insurance
*Patty Fitzgerald, FRP Treasurer, Community Relations Dir., Elk Grove Toyota Scion
Troy Givans, Economic Development Dept., Office of the County Executive
Salwa Hashwa, Owner, Oxford Street Clothing
Gary Perata, Owner, Tire Pros
*Geoffrey Ross, Redevelopment Manager, SHRA
Blake Snider, Owner, Elk Grove Toyota Scion

* denotes Executive Committee members

Verna Sulpizio, Executive Director, Florin Road Partnership

Copyright 2014, Florin Road Partnership. All Rights Reserved.
This page updated 12/18/14.






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