The Texas Main Street Program has a network of 89 communities, one of the largest in the country!
Local Main Street programs apply the Main Street Approach™ to revitalize historic downtowns and catalyze positive economic impacts. Seasoned participating communities illustrate the importance of the continued prioritization of Main Street strategies and the effectiveness of Main Street as a framework for historic preservation and economic development.
Diverse and Active Network of Downtowns
Regardless of size, Main Street communities have one thing in common: they recognize that downtown matters. Communities that participate in the TMSP network range in size.
- Smaller TMSP cities: Granger, Goliad, Linden, and San Augustine
- Urban communities: Georgetown, Conroe, McKinney, and San Marcos
Congratulations to several Main Street local programs that are celebrating milestone anniversaries of 20 years or more within the TMSP network in 2023.
- Clarksville, Kilgore, Llano, Luling, Palestine, and Winnsboro (20 years)
- Levelland and Nacogdoches (25 years)
- Brenham, Grapevine, Henderson, Mount Pleasant, and Paris (30 years)
- Gonzales and Plainview (35 years)
Map of Participating Main Street Communities
Visit the Becoming a Main Street Community webpage to learn more.