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UNITE
Unifying businesses, government and organizations in advocacy for a thriving downtown area

 

TEAMWORK
We support our city and local businesses with events, work days and collaborative efforts

 

BUSINESS GROWTH
Strengthening our existing economic assets while diversifying the downtown area.

 

RMS is Seeking an Executive Director!

who we are

The Ridgefield Main Street Program is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the cultural heritage of downtown Ridgefield, while advocating for its future, through economic development, community events, public and private partnerships, and unified branding and marketing of downtown.

THE FOUR POINTS OF THE MAIN STREET APPROACH™

The National Main Street Center and Washington Main Street Program offer a comprehensive commercial district revitalization strategy that has been widely successful in towns and cities nationwide. These points work together to build a sustainable and complete community revitalization effort.

DESIGN

Getting Main Street into top physical shape. Capitalizing on its best assets convey a positive visual message about the commercial district and what it has to offer.

ORGANIZATION

 Getting everyone working toward the same goal and assembling the appropriate human and financial resources to implement a Main Street revitalization program.

PROMOTIONS

Sells a positive image of the commercial district and encourages consumers and investors to live, work shop, play and invest in the Main Street district.

ECONOMIC VITALITY

Strengthens a community’s existing economic assets while expanding and diversifying the economic base creating a commercial district that responds to the consumers’ needs.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to create a sustainable, vibrant downtown that is the heart and soul of our city by showcasing our unique destination and history, and by nurturing our sense of community.

The Washington Main Street Program

Since 1984, the Washington State Main Street Program has been helping communities revitalize the economy, appearance, and image of their downtown commercial districts. Using local resources and initiative, the state program helps communities develop their own strategies to stimulate long term economic growth and pride in the heart of the community – downtown.

our board

of directors

Judy Hinz – President
Sandy Schill – Vice President
Frank Shuman – Secretary
Steve Coxen – Treasurer
Terry Hurd – Downtown Business Owner, Sportsman’s
Lee Knottnerus – Deputy City Manager, Ridgefield
Brent Grening – Executive Director, Port of Ridgefield
Nathan McCann – Superintendent, Ridgefield School District
Stan Okinaka – Member of City Planning Commission
Mark Moore – Downtown Business Owner, Buckets
John Main – Member of City Council

News & Events

Stay up to date and in the loop with our current events, news and happenings.

BUSINESSES

Meet a few of our currently featured downtown Ridgefield businesses.

Emmy's Nails and Spa

Emmy’s Nails and Spa

Tammy Nguyen, licensed nail technician and esthetician, is the face of this family owned and operated full-service salon. From the basics to hot stone pedicures and gel manicures, you can get it done here. Additional services include waxing and facials.

206 N. Main Ave., Ste. 130
360-606-5028
Find us on FB at Emmy’s Nails and Spa

Mulberry Avenue

Mulberry Avenue

Mulberry Avenue is a cozy home decor and gift shop tucked away on the edge of Main Ave., specializing in beautifully restored one-of-a-kind furniture pieces. The owners – Billie Jo Jackson Moore and Loretta Hoskins, sisters who spent their childhood in Ridgefield – each bring their own distinctive design aesthetic and personality to the shop’s unique pieces. Visitors to Mulberry Avenue can expect to come in looking for treasures and leave with a sense of community. Mulberry Avenue: where classy meets eclectic.
 
112 S Main Avenue
360-635-2594
Find us on FB at Mulberry Avenue
Sage Organics

Sage Organics

Laurie Lanza is a licensed esthetician and massage therapist who is passionate about your wellness. She offers facials, waxing, and massage therapy – from relaxing and restorative to medical, prenatal, tone, deep tissue and cupping. She is also an experienced Reflexologist. Check out her customer appreciation program at her website, and contact Laurie to schedule a consultation or appointment.

414 Pioneer St., Ste. 101
360-600-4825
Website: sage-organics.com
Facebook: Sage Organics
Email: lanza.laurie@gmail.com

VIDEOS

See what we’re all about!

Volunteer

Ridgefield Main Street is a busy, volunteer-driven organization that makes good things happen because GOOD PEOPLE share their talents and great ideas with us.  Do you have some extra time, a great idea, or a talent you would like to invest in our downtown? We need volunteers for committees and for individual events. Many hands make light work, it’s lots of fun, and a great way to get to know more people in the area and serve your community.

 

To volunteer, please state your interest using the contact form below: Volunteer at an event, become a committee member, or help with special projects.

Invest

Your tax-deductible donation to the Ridgefield Main Street program, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, helps us do valuable work to make improvements to our Downtown area, the heart and history of Ridgefield. Even a small donation helps RMS make a difference. Thank you for supporting the Ridgefield Main Street program.

Meeting Up

The Ridgefield Main Street holds a community meeting every 3rd Thursday at 8:30AM at the Sportsman Bar & Grill.

 

121 N Main Ave
Ridgefield, WA 98642

Get In Touch

We love to hear from you! For questions, concerns or just to say hi, drop us a line at ridgefieldmainstreet@gmail.com or fill out the form below.