The Belmont District Management Association (BDMA) is a designated New York City Business Improvement District (BID). A BID is defined as:
“… a formal organization made up of property owners and commercial tenants who are dedicated to promoting business development and improving an area’s quality of life. BIDs deliver supplemental services such as sanitation and maintenance, public safety and visitor services, marketing and promotional programs, capital improvements, and beautification for the area – all funded by a special assessment paid by property owners within the district.”
The mission of the Belmont Business Improvement District is to promote and expand the economic well being of the business community, and the community at large, by promotion of the “Little Italy in the Bronx” brand, our strong ethnic heritage and leadership in the culinary marketplace, and by leveraging the mercantile, social, political and cultural assets within and around our community. Our focus areas are sanitation, security, marketing and promotion, cultural programming, and streetscape improvements.
District Map can be found here.
Press Fact Sheet can be found here.
Board of Directors
Peter Madonia – Chairman
Richard Liberatore – Vice-Chairman
Frank Franz – Treasuer
Celeste Calabro – Secretary
Angelos Kontos – Mayor Representative
Rafael Roger – Borough President Representative
Victor Martinez Vega – Comptroller Representative
Romina Enea – City Council Member Representative
Philip Marino – Executive Director
Alyssa Tucker – Assistant Director
Belmont District Management Association Office Location
2396 Arthur Avenue
Bronx, NY 10458
Belmont District Management Association Mailing Address
P.O. Box 580-203
Mt. Carmel Station
Bronx, NY 10458