Main Street

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We envision Historic Downtown Nacogdoches as a year round destination where visitors and locals experience the heart of our community rich with history, commerce, entertainment, cultural, and educational opportunities.
The Nacogdoches Main Street Program will preserve and promote historic downtown Nacogdoches through public and private partnerships and the Four Points of Main Street: organization, design, economic restructuring and promotions.

Mainstreet Manager


Often property owners, merchants, and sponsors anticipate Main Street staff devoting the majority of its time and resources to event planning. In the Main Street approach, events and festivals are only a limited way to influence economic development. Because of this the staff’s charge is actually much broader and includes advancing efforts that effect:
  • Design - the physical infrastructure of downtown
  • Organization - fundraising and public awareness
  • Marketing/Promotion - downtown image development
  • Economic redevelopment - business recruitment and retention

Constituents


The Main Street staff answers to many supervisors and constituency groups. Primarily, the City of Nacogdoches, the Main Street Advisory Board, and the Texas Historical Commission oversee the development of Main Street’s annual work plan and review the level of success in achieving priority objectives. Additionally, the Main Street board and staff work among several other constituency groups that have similar goals in common. Those include
  • Stephen F. Austin State University
  • Nacogdoches Independent School District
  • Nacogdoches Convention & Visitors Bureau
  • Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce
  • Nacogdoches Economic Development Corporation
Partners
  • Texas Size Bling Boutique
  • Commercial Bank of Texas
  • Simpson Real Estate
  • Red House Winery
  • S&W Expert Collision Repair
  • Old Town Generator Service
  • Boom Boom Photo Booth
  • The Fredonia Hotel and Convention Center
  • BXI Insurance 
  • Gary LaFour
  • First Bank & Trust 
  • ETECH
  • Old Pilar Street Antiques
  • ANNACO
  • John & Mary Young
  • 3M Investments LLC
  • Judy Abbott & Ralph LaRue
  • TFP Nutrition
  • Travis & Lupe Mast
  • Church Street Art Gallery
  • Stripling & Co
  • Raguet Child Care
  • Blackburn Transmitters
  • Rhinestone Rifles
  • Community Title
  • House of Traditions
  • Brick Street Antiques
  • Heart of Texas
  • Angela Wiederhold
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Home Works