Design Review Board
DRB meets on the first Wednesday of every month at 5pm at the DMC Office, 114 N Main. For meeting information or minutes, contact email@example.com or 901.575.0540.
The Design Review Board (DRB) is a seven-member board with additional non-voting advisors who are all appointed by the Downtown Memphis Commission. The DRB serves to make recommendations regarding regulations with respect to signs and other public and private improvement projects within the Central Business Improvement District (CBID).
The DRB reviews applications for all projects receiving financial incentives from the DMC's affiliated agencies, as well as all signage and all public improvements in the CBID. The DRB is also charged with developing and implementing the CBID sign ordinance.
>> Click here to learn about the DRB Application Process
>> Click here to review the Design Guidlines
>> Click here to review the Sign Code
Greg Price, Chair
Mila Borden, Vice Chair
David Schuermann, Secretary
Nancy Jane Baker (non-voting)
William (Bill) Denton
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