The Main Street Program creates a vibrant, multiple-use, pedestrian-friendly environment in the traditional commercial district, thereby increasing economic vitality and saving historic buildings that make up the character and heritage of a community. As a Texas Main Street community, Elgin provides free design assistance for property and business owners, technical training, promotional events, and volunteer recruitment and management to implement economic development in the context of historic preservation.
Main Street is a national approach to saving our heritage by preserving historic downtown areas. The Main Street Board operates from a 4-point approach. These 4 points are Design, Economic Restructuring, Promotions, and Organization.
We envision a revitalized and active historic downtown destination with warm hearted friendly people and vital businesses, where ethnic and cultural diversity are celebrated.
We will enhance downtown vibrancy through historic preservation and mixed use and pedestrian friendly development, by strategically implementing the National Main Street Four Point Approach of: Design, Organization, Promotion and Economic Restructuring.
How to VolunteerThe Main Street programs has four committees and several groups that handle things like the Hogeye Festival, special events, and special projects to volunteer or for more information contact Amy Miller, Community Development Director firstname.lastname@example.org