The Farmersville Main Street Program is led by a Main Street Manager.
The Main Street Manager reports directly to the City Manager, and broad oversight is
provided by the Main Street Board and 4B Community Development Corporation Board.
Since its inception in 1981, the Texas Main Street Program has helped generate approximately $2.4 billion in reinvestment in Texas downtowns and urban neighborhood commercial districts, created more than 27,000 jobs, and established more than 7,000 new businesses. For more information about the Texas Main Street Program, contact the THC's Community Heritage Development Division at 512.463.6092 or visit www.thc.texas.gov.
We envision downtown Farmersville to be a unique, historical, and authentic regional destination that proudly offers diverse business, civic, cultural, preservation, recreational, and entertainment activities to professionals, consumers, residents and visitors of all ages both day and night.
Farmersville Main Street Program's overall purpose is to encourage downtown revitalization, within the context of historical preservation. Through careful planning and the use of the National Main Street's Four Point Approach of design, economic restructuring, promotion and organization, historic downtown Farmersville will remain a vibrant and civic gathering place for all to enjoy. This will be accomplished by improving public spaces, health/recreation activities, increasing business activity and expanding heritage tourism programs through business development, retention efforts, physical improvements, historic preservation and promotional events.
Board of Directors:
Clifford James Moss
President of 4B Community Development Board
and 4B CDC Liaison
Dana N. Mingo, M.S.
Main Street Manager