As a Main Street America Coordinating Program, Mississippi Main Street Association is part of a powerful, grassroots network consisting of 45 Coordinating Programs and over 1600 neighborhoods and communities across the country committed to creating high-quality places and to building stronger communities through preservation-based economic development.
Mississippi Main Street Association is a program of the Mississippi Development Authority and has many strategic partners in Mississippi including the Mississippi Development Authority, Visit Mississippi, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Mississippi Arts Commission, Mississippi Heritage Trust, Mississippi Center for Nonprofits, Mississippi State University Extension, Mississippi Urban Forestry Council, the Carl Small Town Center at the Mississippi State University School of Architecture, the MSU Stennis Institute and the Mississippi Department of Transportation.
Mississippi Main Street is also supported by the private sector. We are proud to partner with these capital investors:
Mississippi Main Street Investors
Citizens Bank of Philadelphia
Community Bancshares of MS
The First National Banking Association
Fred and Sheila Varnado
Ivey Mechanical Company