The Kensington Business District Association (KBDA) was officially established in 1992 to represent the interests of businesses operating in Kour community .  Easily accessible via auto and other public transportation (Marc Train, Ride-On Bus, or Metrobus and Metrorail), Kensington boasts more than 300 businesses from a variety of disciplines including service, professional, retail, restaurant, government and health care.

The KBDA’s objective is to work in a cooperative environment with the local government and the community to:

  • Effect change;
  • Lobby more effectively;

  • Enhance awareness of Kensington’s business district through coordination of special events, brochures and cooperative advertising; and
  • Improve the quality of life for business commerce by addressing an ongoing physical revitalization strategy and economic development.


The KBDA 2020/2021 Board Officers and Directors include:

            Dennis McCurdy, President

          Brett McCurdy, Treasurer

          Christina Ortiz, Secretary

  Duane Rollins, Director

          Elisenda Sola-Sole, Director 

  Frank Linn, Director  

  Mario Bruno, Director





20895  Kensington Business District Association (KBDA) April 2009

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