• BID and City to Offer Rebates for Cleaning Your Awnings

    As we all know, Gull Season is upon us. While the City and BID are generously power-washing the sidewalks, awnings in the Downtown district remain an issue. To help with this, The Downtown Business Improvement District and City of Pacific Grove will each offer a $25 rebate ($50 total) to any BID member that has their business’ awning professionally washed prior to October 1, 2014.

    By utilizing a professional washing service, the BID, City and participating businesses will be in compliance with the State’s Emergency Restrictions 
on excess water waste and runoff.
Questions: Moe Ammar 831.373.3304

    To take advantage of this offer the participating business must:

    1. Have their awning professionally washed by a licensed vendor

    2. Have all work completed before October 1, 2014

    3. Submit a copy of the invoice and payment receipt to: 
Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce,
584 Central Ave., 
Pacific Grove, CA 93950 
Attn: Gull Rebate


    posted to Cedar Street Times on August 11, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News


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