Crafting a Vital Lincoln Park
Did you know that we have been the behind-the-scenes coordinators of the revitalization and innovation work in Lincoln Park? We’ve been #craftingsomethinggreat in the Lincoln Park Craft District and addressing housing, health, and education disparities in the neighborhood.
Now, we’re working to gain the Main Street™ designation for Lincoln Park. This national program offers a framework that creates a supportive environment for entrepreneurs, showcases the community’s unique characteristics, and cultivates partnerships, community involvement and resources for the district.
How this program is making change:
With the Main Street Approach™ we have been able to take ideas, stalled projects, and items on the neighborhood “to do” list and begin to move them forward in a prioritized and collaborative way using the collective knowledge and desires of our community. Together we’re building a positive and connected community where everyone can thrive.
Ways to support this project:
- Donate to support our leadership and organizing work that makes this revitalization work possible.
- Join us for a Main Street Lincoln Park meeting. Contact us for more information.
- Participate in upcoming community activities.
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