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ISABID SPONSORS ANNUAL "FREE PHOTOS WITH SANTA"
Over 100 children enjoyed free photos with Santa Claus plus candy and stockings as the ISABID sponsored its annual event at the Irvington Public Library on December 8.
The ISABID once again provided instant color photos and digital photos upon request via PhotoBom.
We thank the Irvington Police Department and Kevin Boykins who played Santa's helpers and Santa, respectively.
ISABID, ICC CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS!
The 2nd Annual Tri-Community Holiday Mixer was hosted by CareWell Health in East Orange on Thursday, December 8. More than 45 business colleagues and municipal officials from East Orange, Orange, and Irvington attended the event, along with Santa Claus. Door prizes were donated by the Irvington Chamber of Commerce and cold hors d'oeuvres were donated by the Irvington Neighborhood Improvement Corporation. Orange Mayor Dwayne Warren offered holiday greetings. The event was co-sponsored by the Orange and Irvington Chambers of Commerce, the Irvington Springfield Avenue BID, and the Business & Professional Association of the Oranges.
A great evening of holiday cheer was enjoyed by all.
TRI-COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR
May, 2022
A capacity crowd of more than 50 businesspeople attended the seminar: realtors, property managers, developers, lenders, retailers, to hear presentations from officials representing Orange, Irvington, and East Orange.
(Left) City of Orange Township speakers Laquana Best, Director of Economic Development, and Mayor Dwayne Warren.
(Right) Township of Irvington speakers Jadette Williams and Osner Charles, Economic Development Department & Grants Oversight.
(Left photo) Essex County Commissioner (District 3) and East Orange resident Tyshammie Cooper
presented development information on behalf of the City of East Orange
which she represents on the county level.
(Right photo) A Question-and-Answer session with the 53 attendees and all of the speakers, moderated by FTM President David Biagini, concluded the seminar.
TRI-COMMUNITY HOLIDAY BUSINESS MIXER
December 9, 2021
Our 2021 Tri-Community Holiday Business Mixer was enjoyed by more than 40 businesspeople on December 9 at Parkway Office Campus, 50 Union Avenue, Irvington. Business colleagues from the Orange and Irvington Chambers of Commerce, Irvington Springfield Avenue and Camptown Business Improvement Districts, and the Business & Professionals Association of the Oranges enjoyed good food, comraderie, Santa Claus, and $250 in Visa Gift Card prizes at the event.
"FREE PHOTOS WITH SANTA"
December 8, 2021
More than 100 photos using a digital photo kiosk were produced at the ISABID's 2021 "Free Photos with Santa" event at the Irvington Public Library on December 8. Families enjoyed two instant prints and a digital photo along with candy, courtesy of the ISABID.
SANTA INVITES CHILDREN TO WRITE LETTERS TO NORTH POLE!
Watch Santa's Instructions for Kids' Letters (click here!)
The Irvington Springfield Avenue Business Improvement District (ISABID) has completed its 2020 holiday decorations project for your enjoyment as you shop in our business district.
160 pole decorations were installed by two different decorations vendors and feature garland/red bow wraps around the small black antique poles in Irvington Center, flanked by bells on the eastern (Newark) end of the district and by candy canes on the western (Maplewood) end of the district. Our "Seasons Greetings" skyline also returned this year to the ISABID's banner poles near Civic Square.
In all, the ISABID expended more than $30,000 on the decorations, which will be on display through early January, 2021.
The Township of Irvington has waived its parking fees for the
first two hours for ISABID shoppers throughout the holiday season.
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 World Health Organization (WHO) 
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Current Announcements/Recent Activities
ISABID HONORS HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS
The 2018-19 Irvington High School Girls' Basketball team that captured the eight-team Freedom Division title in the Super Essex Conference, was honored with individualized varsity jackets by the Irvington Springfield Avenue BID. Pictured above (l-r) are Head Coach Noel Segarra, players Jada Breland, Chioma Diggs, Briana Lee, Bre Spevey (kneeling), ISABID President Dr. Thomas Panitch, player Rayna Smith, Assistant Coach Michael Brown.
ISABID COMPLETES MODEL FACADE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

"Before"
To read the story behind the first ISABID facade improvement project, go to the ISABID website by clicking its logo above.
"After"
CBID INSTALLS FIRST GATEWAY AT LYONS & GROVE
The Camptown Business Improvement District has installed its first Gateway at the corner of Lyons Avenue and Grove Street. The Gateway, which intends to soften the landscape and identify the major entrances into the CBID, consists of a flower box, CBID welcome sign, sponsorship plate, and holiday decorations prepared by Arizona Landscaping, which has been hired by the CBID to construct the boxes, plant seasonal flowers and maintain them. The first Gateway sponsor is Stuyvesant Press. Investors Bank sponsored the second Gateway; Real Antique Wood is sponsoring the third.
The CBID has nine more Gateways to install by next summer at various entrances into its business district. Any Irvington business that wishes to sponsor a Gateway should call the CBID at (973) 395-8900.

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Irvington, New Jersey Business Community in the Township of Irvington, located in eastern Essex County at Exit 143 on the Garden State Parkway,
encompasses three major business organizations:
Irvington Springfield Avenue Business Improvement District (ISABID), Camptown Business Improvement District (CBID), and Irvington Chamber of Commerce (ICC).

These three organizations promote commerce within the Township as a whole,
and in the case of the two business improvement districts, within specific
geographic areas in particular.

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and the businesses we offer by browsing through our website.

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