As a unique economic development tool, the Main Street Four-Point Approach is the foundation for local initiatives to revitalize their districts by leveraging local assets-from cultural or architectural heritage to local enterprises and community pride.
The four points of the Main Street approach work together to build a sustainable and complete community revitalization effort.
|Design Committee - Our Design Committee is about restoring downtown's character and identity as the foundation for commercial competitiveness. These physical qualities are what differentiate the downtown area from all other districts. Ultimately, downtown's marketability depends on its unique "sense of place."|
|Economic Enhancement Committee - Our Economic Enhancement Committee is about strengthening the existing economic base of Windsor Center while diversifying it with compatible, new businesses. Focus is placed not only on existing businesses, but the long-term goal of reconfiguring the mix of goods and services to make Windsor Center balanced, adaptable, and competitive.|
|Organization Committee - The organization committee focuses on building the civic value of Windsor Center. This includes developing and maintaining partnerships with local institutions and encouraging the public to become involved.|
|Promotion Committee - Our Promotion Committee focuses on marketing Windsor Center's unique characteristics to shoppers, investors, new businesses, tourists and others.|