Membership Meeting

Join us on the first Wednesday of every month for the Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. Monthly Membership Meeting from 9:00am – 10:00am at the Alaska State Trooper Museum (245 West 5th Avenue – the ground floor of the 5th Avenue garage.) (more…)

Where to Park

Need to know where you can park if you are coming Downtown for a concert, dinner or to shop? We have just what you need! Check out your parking options with our handy map and rate/availability schedule. (more…)

Maintenance Ambassadors

Maintenance Ambassadors (MAs) provide supplemental services for downtown Anchorage within the approximately 113 blocks of the DID. (more…)

Security Ambassadors

As the “eyes and ears” of Downtown, Security Ambassadors (SAs) serve and assist local businesses and our thousands of visitors as they patrol the streets. (more…)

LATEST NEWS & EVENTS

September 1st, 2014

Now hiring: Events Director

Willy Wonka famously said: “We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams.” Do you have the imagination and vision to be our next Events Director?
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September 20th, 2014

Pirate Pub Crawl

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Ahoy Anchorage! Calling all pirates & scallywags for a night of adventure and glory! The Annual Pirate Pub Crawl event is a fun opportunity to grab mateys and set your course to Town Square in downtown Anchorage for a fun night on the town!
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Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd.

Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. (ADP) is a 501 (c) 6 non-profit entity charged with management of the Downtown Improvement District (DID). ADP provides clean and safe services throughout the DID, provides marketing and event promotion throughout the DID, and serves as an advocate for the business and property owners within the DID on issues affecting downtown.

The Anchorage Downtown Improvement District (DID) covers 113 square blocks from 9th Avenue to 1st Avenue and from Gambell to L Street. Downtown property owners created the improvement district to help improve the cleanliness of downtown; to help decrease crime; to increase occupancy rates, investment values and lease income; and to generally stimulate economic development and improve the quality of life in downtown.