Mission Statementfbba-logo

Building a thriving business district that protects and promotes the interests of new and existing members while pursuing public and private investment.

About the Association

The Franklin Boulevard Business Association (FBBA) is focused on providing excellent maintenance and safety services; advocating for business-friendly public policies, increased economic development and enhanced public spaces; and promoting and marketing the area’s culturally diverse businesses, in particular its Latino and Hmong cultures. The Association facilitates positive development and change in the Historic Monterey Trail District and connects business, community, county and city partners to work together.

The Historic Monterey Trail District (HMTD), a project of the Franklin Boulevard Business Association, is a bustling, vibrant District that straddles both the City and County of Sacramento and it’s primarily focused along Franklin Boulevard from Broadway to Turnbridge, as well as portions of Fruitridge, 47th Avenue and 24th Street. It includes a thriving retail district and mixed use and light industrial/manufacturing zones surrounded by residential neighborhoods.

FBBA is a not-for- profit tax-exempt 501(c)6 corporation formed in 1985 by business owners and other stakeholders to make a great neighborhood even better – better for business and property owners, better for the residents, and better for visitors. Today, the Association includes both a Business Improvement Area (BIA) and a Property-Based Business Improvement District (PBID). The BIA consists of approximately 640 business owners and the PBID consists of approximately 153 commercial property owners on Franklin Boulevard between Sutterville Road and 47th Avenue.

Map: The Historic Monterey Trail District

Current Projects Underway
  • Community & Economic Development Strategic Plan
  • Streetscape & Complete Streets
  • Transit-Oriented Development (TOD)
  • Marketing & Social Media for the Business District
  • Coupon page to distribute to community members
  • Rebranding & Community Engagement
  • Seek Funding to Establish a Homeless Navigator Program
  • Establish a “Public Safety” Committee
  • Host and Sponsor Business-Related Workshops and Trainings
Quick info page

FBBA flyer download

Annual Reports

Annual Report-2015: English

Annual Report-2015: Spanish

2017 Board of Directors

Mike Bokan, President, Bokan Brothers

Jorge Plasencia, Vice-President
La Esperanza Bakery & Catering and Harvest Foods

Frank Cable, Secretary
Property Owner

Connie Herrera, Treasurer
Soccer Planet & La Pantera Club

Linda Avalos, Director, Jimboy’s Tacos

Aniceto Balingit, Jr., Director, Guardian Self-Storage

Lisa Cirill, Director
Commercial Property Owner

Brad Clark, Director
Urban Equities Advisors

Nate Ellis, Director
VP Hackman Capital Partners, LLC

Jorge Martin, Director
Del Campo Insurance

Keaton Riley, Director
Office of Sacramento County Supervisor Patrick Kennedy

Aaron Chong, Director
Office of Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Serna

Jess Huang, Director
Office of Councilmember Jay Schenirer

 

2017 Board Agenda & Minutes

January Agenda 2017 | January Minutes 2017

February Agenda 2017 | February Minutes 2017

March Agenda 2017March Minutes 2017

April Agenda 2017 | April Minutes 2017

May Agenda 2017 | May Minutes 2017

June Agenda 2017 – Cancelled

2016 Board Agenda & Minutes