Brew City Match program information and guides for small business owners.
Brewcity Match Forms
These are regularly used forms that assist business owners in preparing business plans, and understanding what information will be required to be considered for lending through the program.
This webinar answers the following questions:
· What are the major zoning types?
· What is the Board of Zoning Appeals (BOZA)?
· Why might I need to go in front of BOZA and is it worth it?
· What is it like going before BOZA?
· How can I prepare for BOZA and who can help me?
This webinar covers the following topics:
· Permits & occupancy process
· Licensing/permits – when and why do I need one?
· Business permits versus building permits
· Property and construction inspections
· Commercial Corridor Team intro
· Purchasing a City property and what it entails
- WWBIC provides a directory that features organizations offering various support services to Milwaukee businesses.
- The Transit Oriented Development study identifies retail demand and trade areas, retail-appropriate spaces and strategies for the Historic King Drive corridor.
- The Guide to Storefront Signs for Neighborhood Business by the City of Milwaukee demonstrates signage guidelines.
- The Fond du Lac/North Avenue Market Analysis and FDL /North Market Analysis: Opportunity Corridor identifies development opportunities, retail data, and market trends for the BID 32 area.
- The Clarke Square Neighborhood Overview and the Clarke Square Market Analysis identify development opportunities, retail data, and market trends for the Cesar Chavez Drive Business Improvement District and the wider Clarke Square Neighborhood.
- The Historic King Drive Sell Sheet identifies development opportunities, retail data, neighborhood assets, and trends for the Historic King Drive.
- The Near West Side Market Analysis Executive Summary and the Near West Side Sell Sheet identify development opportunities, retail data, neighborhood assets, and commercial trends for the Near West Side Neighborhoods.
- The POP-UP MKE Took Kit is meant to be a resource for any person, neighborhood, organization, business, governmental agency, or collaboration interested in implementing a “pop-up” program, where entrepreneurs sell their products or services in a brick-and-mortar setting on a temporary basis.