At Main Street Fairmont, we are working to help create a vital, community-centered Downtown where people find great shopping, good eateries, fun times and beautifully restored buildings. We want to host our University and College students and have something for everyone, from the youngest up. Partnering with the other great organizations who are aiming at the same target, we are seeing some major advancements in all the above. Come and see for yourself.
Welcome to Main Street Fairmont!
Check out our video for submission to HGTV's new upcoming series, Hometown Takeover!
HGTV is rolling out a new series, Hometown Takeover. They invited small towns with populations under 40,000, with architecture longing to be revealed, and a main street in need of a facelift. The community asked us to submit on behalf of Fairmont, and we jumped at the opportunity!
Main Street Fairmont's 2020 Elimination Dinner
Grand prize $1000! We are holding an elimination dinner on September 11, 2020 to benefit our many beautification projects. Click the button below for more info.
Want to give back to your community? Be a part of something big? Join us!
If you're interested in helping us with any of our ongoing or future projects, sign up to be a volunteer today!
Together, we can build a better downtown!
If you have any questions please contact
us at email@example.com or call 304-366-0468
Would You Like to Serve on our Board?
Please download and fill out this application and mail it to: Main Street Fairmont, 301 Adams Street, Fairmont, WV 26554
We want to hear from you!
Our newly created Economic Vitality Committee was created to help your business succeed and help recruit a vibrant and diverse business district. With that being said we need your input on how we can best serve you and the overall success of our downtown district. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey. If you have further input, questions, and/or concerns we would love to speak with you. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 304.366.0468.
This podcast documentary explores the past - through dozens of oral history interviews with local Fairmonters.