Communities

Main Street America™ Affiliates are programs that have demonstrated a commitment to achieving meaningful economic, social, physical, and organizational improvements in downtowns or neighborhood commercial districts. These are organizations that have committed to comprehensive revitalization and undertake ongoing efforts to achieve meaningful community outcomes.




2017 NC Small Town Main Street Affiliate Programs

Angier 
Badin 
Belhaven 
Fairmont 
Granite Falls 
Hayesville 
La Grange 
Lillington 
Marshville 
Mayodan  
Mount Gilead 
Mount Olive 
Pittsboro 
Plymouth 
Richlands 
Robersonville 
Roseboro 
Saluda 
Scotland Neck 
Spring Hope 
Troutman 
Walnut Cove 
Warrenton 
Weldon 
West Jefferson 
Wilkesboro 


Since 2003, the N.C. Main Street Center has selected new communities and there are currently 26 designated Small Town Main Street towns and cities across the state.  

  • 2013 - Belhaven, Hayesville, Marshville, Mayodan, Robersonville, Valdese**
  • 2012 - Cherryville**, Elizabethtown**, Richlands, Saluda, Spencer*
  • 2011 - Bessemer City**, Lillington, Pittsboro, Troutman, Warrenton
  • 2010 - Catawba*, Highlands*, Murfreesboro*, Plymouth, Scotland Neck, Troy***
  • 2009 - La Grange, Liberty*, Robbins*, Selma*, Waxhaw**, Wilkesboro
  • 2008 - Benson**, Burnsville*, Granite Falls, Hamlet*, Maxton*, Roseboro
  • 2007 - Angier, Badin, Burgaw*, Tryon**, West Jefferson, Windsor*
  • 2006 - Ayden**, Fairmont, Mount Gilead
  • 2005 - Walnut Cove
  • 2004 - Spring Hope, Zebulon*
  • 2003 - Chadbourn*, Mount Olive, Weldon, Williamston**

* Inactive
**Moved to Main Street status in 2015
***Moved to Main Street status in 2016

NC Main Street is a Main Street America™ Coordinating Program. 

As a Main Street America™ Coordinating Program, NC Main Street helps to lead a powerful, grassroots network consisting of over 40 Coordinating Programs and over 1,200 neighborhoods and communities across the country committed to creating high-quality places and to building stronger communities through preservation-based economic development.

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