Downtown Network Members

Town of Byhalia
Sarah Sawyer, Executive Director
Byhalia Area Chamber of Commerce
2452 Church Street
P.O. Box 910
Byhalia, Mississippi 38611
Cell: 662-291-0505
Cell: 901-268-3891
Fax: 662-838-8128


City of Charleston/Charleston Main Street
Stacye Trout, Volunteer Director
31 South Country Club Road
Charleston, MS 38921
Cell: 662.832.6771


City of Como/Como Main Street Alliance
Karen Ott Mayer, Volunteer Director
839 Williams Road
Como, MS 38619
Phone: 901-340-7281


City of Forest/Forest Downtown Network
Patsy M. Nicholson, Executive Director
329 McCormick Road
Forest, MS 39074
Phone: 601-469-4032
Cell: 601-506-5125
Fax: 601-469-4032


City of Long Beach/Long Beach Community Development Association
Shelda Jones, Director
P.O. Box 1352
Long Beach, MS  39560
Phone: 228-380-6851


City of Winona
Mayor Jerry Flowers
P.O. Box 29
Winona, MS 38967


The Mississippi Downtown Network Membership (MDN) level provides a variety of learning opportunities to stakeholders with a role in the preservation and revitalization of Mississippi’s historic resources. Communities may or may not have a paid staff member (a local Program Coordinator is required) or Board of Directors that guides their activities, but are interested in improving the economic vitality of their downtowns. This membership package allows for greater levels of consultation and technical assistance with the MMSA staff than the Association Membership abnd offers an opportunity to graduate to a Certified Main Street Community within three years. Please click here for more information on Membership levels.

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