|About||Paducah Main Street serves to develop and enrich Paducah's Historic Downtown and the LowerTown Arts District.|
• Paducah Main Street partners with business owners, property owners and our citizens through historic preservation and effective marketing.
• Paducah Main Street maximizes the potential of our unique Renaissance District by focusing on business and artist recruitment and retention.
•Paducah Main Street believes that promotion of the Renaissance District will make Paducah a thriving, vibrant, and attractive destination, benefiting the entire community.
• Paducah Main Street works with private citizens, businesses, and other civic organizations who desire to see the Renaissance Area continue to thrive as an historic district, and premier arts and entertainment attraction.
Paducah Main Street provides networking opportunities, and allows participation in professional educational seminars, special events and promotions in the Renaissance Area, and previews of upcoming projects such as the Riverfront Development project.
Paducah Main Street strives to develop solutions to issues pertaining to downtown, the LowerTown Arts District and riverfront development, including creative design, land & building use, signage, lighting, parking, public safety, streetscape improvements and transportation issues.
District businesses have access to Paducah Main Street's media contacts, marketing services, e-mail updates, monthly e-newsletters, discounts at other District business, as well as a complete library of props used for retail window displays.
American Planning Association-National Planning Award/Special Community Initiative
Kentucky Chapter of the American Planning Association-Special Merit Award for Outstanding Planning
2002 Governor's Government Award in the Arts
2001 James C. Howland Awards for Urban Enrichment-Recognition Award
Kentucky Arts Council Grant
City of Paducah Beautification Award
Kentucky Bankers Association-Pegasus Award for Community Project
2004 Kentucky League of Cities-Enterprise Cities Award
Dorothy Mullins Arts and Humanities Award-National Recreation and Parks Association
2005 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence