What's New in Downtown Roseburg?
Downtown Facade Grants Available Now!
Press Release & Map
Grant Program Overview
Letter to Downtown Properties
Downtown Roseburg is an Oregon Main Street
This powerpoint presentation explains the Main Street Four Point Approach
Organization involves building a Main Street® framework that is well represented by business and property owners, bankers, citizens, public officials, chambers of commerce, and other local economic development organizations. Everyone must work together to renew downtown. A strong organization provides the stability to build and sustain a long-term effort.
Promotion creates excitement downtown. Street festivals, parades, retail events, and image development campaigns are some of the ways Main Street® encourages customer traffic. Promotion involves marketing an enticing image to shoppers, investors, and visitors.
Design enhances the attractiveness of the business district. Historic building rehabilitation, street and alley clean-up, colorful banners, landscaping, and lighting all improve the physical image of the downtown as a quality place to shop, work, walk, invest in, and live. Design improvements result in a reinvestment of public and private dollars to downtown.
Economic Restructuring involves analyzing current market forces to develop long-term solutions. Recruiting new businesses, creatively converting unused space for new uses, and sharpening the competitiveness of Main Street's traditional merchants are examples of economic restructuring activities.
Plans, Studies and Reports
Community Impact Measurement - NeighborWorks Umpqua
Downtown Roseburg Association
New DRA Director!
Roxana Grant, a Lookingglass rancher and 1975 Camas Valley High School graduate, has been hired as the Director of the Downtown Roseburg Association.