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Programs & Projects

The Arlington Business Partnership is dedicated to helping Arlington businesses  succeed. Below are several programs available to you!


The Arlington Times (Co-Op Advertising)

The Arlington Business Partnership has partnered with the Press Enterprise to provide Arlington businesses with extremely discounted advertising rates. The Arlington Times publication is inserted into a Thursday and Sunday edition of the Press Enterprise bi-monthly to over 36,000 subscribers in the 92503, 92504, and 92505 communities. If you are an existing advertiser in the Press Enterprise and are interested in advertising with us simply contact your account representative today to take advantage of a larger color ad. RATE SHEET

Citrus Label Signs

These eye-catching crate labels were like mini-posters, depicting life and events surrounding the packinghouses that used them. Labels blanketed the country during California’s citrus heyday from the mid-1880s to 1955 and can now be purchased for your home or office; view our PRICE MENU now. As an added benefit, Arlington BID businesses may choose to install 4’ x 4 ‘ to 8 ‘ x 8’, labels on their business storefront  for FREE.   We have a large CATALOG of available labels to choose from.

Physical Improvement Program (PIP) Grant

The PIP Grant is the a major program with an annual budget allocation of $20,000. The grants allow businesses to make exterior improvements to their storefronts such as  painting, signage, parking lot resurfacing, window repair, exterior security cameras, landscaping, etc  Grants covers 50% of the cost of improvements up to $1,000 per fiscal year (November 1-October 31).






We’ve put up some beautiful murals in the Arlington Business District.  One of the biggest considerations is whether or not a building has a wall that’s visible and large enough to accommodate it.  In one case, we even took an empty lot and made it more appealing by installing a Historic Fence.

Large Mural at the corner of Van Buren Boulevard  and Magnolia Avenue.

  1. Keyes Building – 3761 Van Buren Blvd.
  2. Anaya Building – 9529 Van Buren Blvd.
  3. 9506 Magnolia Ave.

Bus Shelters

In order to appeal to the unique and historic aspect of the Arlington Business Improvement District, Arlington Business Partnership worked in partnership with several agencies to install five shelters that replaced the basic bench at each location.  These sites were chosen based on ridership information supplies by the Riverside Transit Agency (RTA).  ABP and RTA continue to work together in maintaining these beautiful bus shelters. 

Bus Shelter at Paseo

Shelter locations are as follows:

  1. On Magnolia Ave., near Jackson St.
  2. On Van Buren Blvd., near Magnolia Ave.
  3. On Van Buren Blvd. , near Lincoln Ave.
  4. On Magnolia Avenue, near Hughes Alley

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