In 1982, the Longmont City Council and the Longmont electorate created the Longmont Downtown Development Authority (LDDA) with a mandate to revitalize the City’s Downtown commercial core.
The LDDA encompasses 242 acres, spanning 1st Avenue to Longs Peak and Martin Street to Terry Street. Since 1982, more than $45 million in public and private funds has been invested in new and renovated buildings in the Longmont Downtown District. Click here to view the Master Plan of Development
MISSION: To develop, support and promote a vital and valuable Downtown Longmont. Through strategic development and programs, the LDDA makes downtown appealing to businesses, residents and visitors.
The LDDA also manages the parking fund and a General Improvement District (GID) at the direction of the City of Longmont.
The LDDA and GID boundaries can be viewed here.