Since March 2020, Sacramento has been under State-mandated orders to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. In the past 10 months, office buildings have sat empty or with little occupancy, restaurants have had to navigate various capacity-limiting restrictions and pivot to entirely take-out or delivery service, and countless other industries have had to adjust daily operations to adhere to social distancing measures.
To gain understanding of the various disruptions and pivots that organizations and industries have had to negotiate, ULI YLG Sacramento is hosting a miniseries to highlight the adjustments that Sacramento-based organizations and companies have made in recent months to sustain through the challenges created by the Coronavirus.
Please join the YLG for several brief lunchtime panel discussions with industry representatives who are working with the community to remain resilient.
ULI Sacramento YLG will host the following moderated panel discussions to understand how these organizations have pivoted during one of the greatest worldwide disruptions.
- Session 1: Property Business Improvement District (PBID) Community Support
- Thursday, February 11, 12:30-1:00 PM
- Jameson Parker, Midtown Association
- Jenna Abbott, River District
- Kendra Macias Reed, Franklin Boulevard Business District
- Session 2: Volunteerism & the Pandemic
- Tuesday, February 23, 12:30-1:00 PM
- Laine Himmelmann, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento
- Session 3: Getting Projects Approved – Inspections and Project Review
- Session 4: Affordable Housing and the Housing Crisis