The Downtown Plainview/Main Street Program/Tourism Coordinating Board (“Main Street Board”) consists of nine members appointed by City Council. The appointed members of the Main Street Board provide general oversight and guide implementation of the City’s Main Street Program to create local economic growth. The work of the Main Street Board is centered on the revitalization of Plainview’s Downtown Registered Historic District through a variety of business outreach and marketing efforts while focusing consistently on the preservation of the District’s historic integrity.
In addition to its efforts focused on the revitalization of the Downtown Registered Historic District, the Main Street Board provides general oversight and guidance for the community’s solicitation of conventions, meetings and special events in an attempt to increase tourism and the number of visitors to the City of Plainview. The Main Street Board is instrumental in providing a vibrant events venue for various parades, events, concerts and programs held Downtown.
Level of Authority: The Main Street Program provides updates/recommendations to City Council on the City’s Main Street Program and strategic planning efforts requiring Council action.
Term Length: Two year terms.