Community involvement is the key to a Successful Main Street Program

The Main Street Program is comprehensive and incremental. Small projects and simple activities lead to a more sophisticated understanding of the revitalization process and help develop skills so that more complex problems can be addressed and more ambitious projects undertaken in the future.

Past Accomplishments:

Below are a few of the Pilot Point Main Street Program accomplishments.

August 24, 2005

Preserve America Community

Pilot Point is Designated a PRESERVE AMERICA COMMUNITY " by President and Laura Bush.

December 2004

Christmas Social and Volunteer Appreciation NIght Volunteer of the Year Award presented to Nadine Pitzinger (center)
by Joyce Wood & Elwood Branum

Spring 2004

1885 Bloomfield Schoolhouse begins educational program.

September 2003

First Main Street Low-Interest Loan

April 2002

Mission and Vision Statements adopted.

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.

August 2003

Two highway signs were erected on State Highway 377 north and south of town.

Do you have a skill or talent that might help us in our revitalization process?
If so, call the Main Street office at 686-6488 and let us know.