Nightlife Planning and Management

Nightlife that is well planned and managed is an asset to your city.

Vibrant social options like bars, restaurants, live music venues and cafes attract students, tourists and entrepreneurs. They create jobs and drive the economic (re)development of a business district or downtown.

Yet poorly managed nightlife can drain your city's resources. Fights, shootings, unruly crowds at closing time, traffic and parking issues, and resident complaints about late-night noise can make nightlife challenges seem insurmountable. But they're not.

RHI Helps Cities Overcome Challenges in the Nighttime Economy

RHI has worked with nearly 100 cities in the U.S. and Canada.

Our community-based process is based on inclusion, consensus and on-site observations. We conduct a late-night tour to witness your nightlife firsthand. Then, we help you determine how best to move forward with a plan of action.

Learn about our approach to helping cities plan and manage their nightlife.

How RHI Services Can Benefit Your City

Communities that participated in RHI services reported the following positive changes:

  • Reduction in crime and alcohol-related disorder

  • Creation of incentives for business growth and retention

  • More effective deployment of public safety resources

  • Better management of quality of life impacts (e.g. trash, noise)

  • Improved working relationships and collaborative partnerships

  • Greater compliance with rules and regulations

  • Recognition of model businesses that maintain safe premises

Find out what RHI's clients have accomplished to make their nightlife safe, vibrant and sustainable.

We Can Help Your City's Nightlife Become Safer and More Vibrant

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RHI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1983 with a mission to assist businesses and communities to plan safe and vibrant places to socialize. RHI's Sociable City events create an organized  opportunity to connect and share information with peers and access resources from RHI.
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