The PBID

Our Leadership

The 80 Watt District (previously known as the Watt Avenue Partnership) manages the PBID, a 501-C6 private nonprofit corporation. The 80 Watt District Board of Directors provide oversight regarding identification and implementation of solutions that benefit the district. These responsibilities include the dissemination of funds for designated programs while addressing the underlying tenets of safety, beautification and security for businesses and residents.

Transparency is a key principle of this business model. Annual activity and expenditure reports are submitted to the County of Sacramento and are also accessible to business owners. Public meetings are noted on the calendar and records are available in accordance with the Brown Act and Public Records Act.

Staff

Executive Director
Rebekah Evans 
80 Watt District, PBID
E:  [email protected]  P: 916-495-5599

Board of Directors

Chairman
David Kuhnen
President, Recycling Industries
[email protected]

Vice President
Jim MacLaughlin
Partner, Longview Storage
[email protected]

Treasurer
Jason Currier
Manager, SAFE Credit Union
[email protected]

Secretary
Monica Billey
Essex Realty
[email protected]

Board Members

Member
Tom Carroll
San Juan Unified School District
[email protected]

Member
Vanessa McCarthy-Olmstead
Deputy Chief of Staff, County of Sacramento
Supervisor Susan Peters’ Office
[email protected]

Chairman of the Security & Maintenance Committee
Seth Astle
CEO, The Gun Range
[email protected]

Member

Daniel Savala
Field Representative, City of Sacramento
Council member Allen Warren’s Office
[email protected]

Member
Larisa Shulzhik
Walmart
[email protected]

Our Partners

The 80 Watt District partners with local government and nonprofit organizations to attain mutual goals through collaborative practices:

  • Sacramento County Supervisor Susan Peter’s Office
  • County of Sacramento Sheriff’s Department
  • City of Sacramento, Councilman Allan Warren’s Office
  • City of Sacramento Police Department
  • WEAVE (Women Escaping a Violent Environment)
  • California Highway Patrol
  • California Department of Transportation
  • Sacramento Regional Transit
  • Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District