What is the Main Street Program?

Each year, the Texas Historical Commission selects up to five Texas cities and urban areas as Texas Main Street Cities. The Texas Historical Commission selected Pilot Point as one of three Texas Main Street cities for the year 2002. Selected communities are eligible to receive a range of services.

Pilot Point Main Street Program

Vision Statement:

The Pilot Point Main Street Program envisions downtown Pilot Point as the heart of the community; where history is preserved, where businesses thrive, and where community and visitors feel welcome and are encouraged to return.

Mission Statement:

The Pilot Point Main Street Program will use the 4-point approach to revitalization (organization, promotion, design, and economic restructuring) to encourage reinvestment and preservation of the historic downtown area.

Public Notices

For an agenda, contact City Hall - (940) 686-2165.
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To subscribe to the Pilot Point Main Street Program's newsletter, please email your name and mailing address to
Program Directory at ppmainstreet@classicnet.net.

The Texas Main Street Program began in 1981. Affiliated with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Texas Main Street Program is among the most successful downtown revitalization programs in the nation.

Texas Historical Commission staff: