Main Street Inc.

Mission Statement: “Working together to revitalize our community while preserving Ellettsville’s heritage.Downtown Ellettsville

Ellettsville Main Street, Inc. is a 501(c-3) non-profit corporation started in 2000. It is governed by a volunteer 9-member Board of Directors. Annual memberships are $25 (Basic), $100 (Contributing),and $250 (Sustaining). The area of concentration is the historic downtown between the one-way pair SR 46 streets (Temperance on the south and Main on the north) and also includes Association Street and Eagles Landing.

Ellettsville Main Street, Inc. is an Active Indiana Main Street community. Proven methods of revitalization use the national 4-point approach of Organization, Design, Promotion and Economic Restructuring. Main Street works closely with the town of Ellettsville, the Ellettsville Chamber of Commerce and other local organizations to accomplish its mission.

On-going Main Street projects include Historic Photo Preservation; Banners & Street Decorations; and Blooms for the Welcome Gateways. Ellettsville Main Street also has an endowment at the Community Foundation of Bloomington and Monroe County to provide on-going support for Main Street projects. Tax-deductible donations are always welcome to increase the endowment fund. 

A major project is the Heritage Trail which will be a pedestrian/bicycle trail along Jack's Defeat Creek. It will have features to educate about Ellettsville's limestone industry heritage. It is part of Monroe County's Alternative Transportation Plan and will eventually link to Bloomington and other parts of the County.

Meetings are usually held monthly. Tax-deductible donations and dues may be sent to Ellettsville Main Street, Inc., P.O. Box 143, Ellettsville, IN 47429. For more information, email to emainstreet@bluemarble.net.

Visit our BLOG at www.ellettsvillemainstreet.blogspot.com.

Ellettsville Main Street, Inc.
P.O. Box 143, Ellettsville, IN 47429

Members of the committee, Chris Fischer and Jean Kapzynski talk about Main Street Inc: MainStreet ProjectHeritage TrailMasonic Temple, and Limestone Industry.


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