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Connecticut Main Street Programs
The Connecticut Main Street Center is a non-profit corporation devoted to the revitalization of Connecticut's downtown districts by spurring economic development within the context of historic preservation. They provide human resources for training, assistance, and technical support. Each community must provide its own financial base.
Darien Revitalization, Inc., 30 Old King's Highway South, Darien, CT 06820, 203-655-7557, email@example.com.
New London Main Street: A nonprofit organization committed to revitalizing New London's Historic Waterfront District. Helping to plan and direct activities to preserve, develop, and enhance the economic, social, and cultural quality of life in New London's downtown Historic Waterfront District. Get Involved!
Niantic Main Street, P.O. Box 634, Niantic, CT 06357, 739-2550.
Established in 1997, a nonprofit organization created to highlight the charming village of Niantic. An inviting seaside village - easily accessible by car, foot, boat or train. It is a wonderful place to live, work and play. Residents and visitors gather for specialty shopping, creative entertainment, the arts, fine dining and water activities.
Rose City Renaissance, 77 Main Street, Norwich, CT 06360, 860.887.3289, firstname.lastname@example.org. A community response to the real and perceived problems facing our city by leading the revitalization of downtown Norwich through creativity, cooperation and community partnership.
The Rockville Downtown Association, Inc., 30 Park Place, PO Box 865, Rockville, CT 06066, (860) 875-7439, rdaCT@hotmail.com. A private, non-profit membership organization formed by individuals in the community dedicated to improving the image, physical environment, and economic stability and revitalization of downtown Rockville.
Simsbury Main Street Partnership, P.O. Box 3
Simsbury CT 06070, 860-651-8577, email@example.com.
Main St. Waterbury, 83 Bank St, Waterbury, CT 06702, 203-757-0701. Historic New England city center of Waterbury, Connecticut with its classic architectural landmarks, exciting educational opportunities, and prominent cultural venues. Celebrate the diversity of this treasure chest of vibrant nightlife, eclectic dining and thriving businesses in a pedestrian friendly setting.
Upper Albany Main Street, 1382 Albany Avenue, Hartford, CT 06112, (860) 727 9830
firstname.lastname@example.org. Upper Albany Main Street views economic development as the principal catalyst for improving the quality of life on Albany Avenue for all those who live, work and visit this historic and diverse neighborhood. As a mission-focused organization, UAMS is an economic development engine in Hartford working to improve the environment for small businesses, promote entrepreneurship, and establish Albany Avenue as a vibrant Afro-Caribbean neighborhood of destination.
Winsted: Friends of Main Street, 115 Spencer Street, 1st Floor, PO Box 18, Winsted CT 06098, 860-738-3351, email@example.com
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The Downtown New London Association (DNLA) of merchants organizes SAILFEST
& the TASTE OF NEW LONDON
in July and the HAUNTED HOUSE in October.
Middletown Downtown Business District: DBD, 393 Main Street, Middletown, CT 06457, (860) 347-1424, Fax: (860) 346-1043, firstname.lastname@example.org. A special services district created in 2001. Supporting commerce, culture and community in the Downtown Business. The DBD extends from one block north of the intersection of Main and Washington to Union Street on the east side, and from Liberty Street to William Street on the west. The east side of Broad Street from Washington to William is included as well as Court, College and William Streets between Main and Broad Streets.
First Town Downtown, 6 Poquonock Avenue, Windsor, CT 06095, 860-683-8410, Fax:860-683-8412, email@example.com. Historic Windsor Center, with its classic New England Town Green, is located at the confluence of the Connecticut and Farmington Rivers. Pedestrian friendly, it is an inviting living and gathering place where residents and visitors can find dining and entertainment, specialty and convenience shopping, historic sites and museums, family-oriented community events and commercial and municipal services.
Town Information Links
Builders Association of Eastern CT
Moving to Connecticut, or to another town in our State? Here's where you can find the kind of information you need to make an educated choice about where you want to build, where you want your kids to grow up and go to school, what kind of taxes you will pay, and more.
Need to know the local calling area of a particular city or town?
Try this GREAT resource from Hamilton Community Net: Telephone Exchanges by Region
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