Through our Details of the District campaign, we plan to expand the vibrant sense of place throughout the downtown district as we:
• Brighten things up: We’ll add double and single street lamps for better lighting and historic charm.
• Be more welcoming: We’ll add benches and bike racks for comfortable and easy access to the entire district.
• Beautify, beautifully: We’ll add new flower baskets, more trash containers, brick details and new banners on the light poles to unify the district.
The goal: $600,000
We believe it is the details that make all the difference.
The Cedar Falls downtown district has always been defined geographically as a 29 block area: bordered by the Cedar River on the north and east, west to Franklin Street, and south through the 600 block.
Visually, however, it’s a different story.
The small but crucial elements that help define that sense of place are only found along Main Street: historic streetlamps, welcoming benches, bike racks, bountiful flower baskets.
Wander a block or two away, and you’ll find a decidedly second-rate feel with little beautification, a lack of amenities and utilitarian streetlights.
The entire downtown district of Cedar Falls is thriving and growing, and we want to reflect that synergy.
This phased construction is a partnership between Community Main Street, the City of Cedar Falls and Cedar Falls Utilities.
What’s your favorite moment downtown? Who would you like to honor? We’ve created giving opportunities at a variety of levels to give everyone the chance to put their name on downtown.
• Three year pledges are available
• All gifts are tax-deductible
Pledge Form or Donate here!1) Send in your check to Community Main Street, 310 East 4th Street, Cedar Falls, IAor 2) Donate online via PayPal
The donors of the Details of the District campaign have given generously to help keep the developing vision of a vibrant downtown district alive and growing. We would like to thank our donors for their continued support. As the non-profit organization that works to keep the downtown district strong, Community Main Street cannot do what we do without you! We believe the details make all the difference, and so do they.
Thank you to the following donors received through January 24th, 2019:
1Vision250 State House Party Cash DonationsBob & Linda AndersonJoshua BealSandy & Tom BenakSteve & Julee BernardBike TechBlack Hawk Lodge No. 65BraceAbilityCatherine Ann Livingston FundCedar Falls Association of Indpendent Insurance AgentsCedar Falls Lions ClubCedar Falls RotaryCommunity Bank & TrustRussell & Diane CurtisThomas ConnorsFrank & Cary DarrahDave & Jan DeaverMaureen DietzMatt DunningEagle View PartnersBecca EberhartAngela EdgingtonSteve & Jean FirmanFirst National BankCrystal FordDee FranklinFriends of Phyllis CarterWynette FroehnerGreat Western BankLarry GregorySara GregoryJudith HarringtonLexie HeathCody HeglundJim & Nancy HughesBrad JacobsonKate & Co.Gary KelleyMark KittrellKoch ConstructionDave & Joni KrejchiChris & Carol LillyStan & Marnell LyleDan & Melissa LynchAnn & Pat LyonsMatthias LandscapingMarc LattinTimothy & Genevieve ManattNeil & Barb McMahonMare Schmidt MemorialSandy Jo MessinghamMark & Nancy MillerStephen MillerMatt & Fred MieheAmy MohrMontageLiane NicholsMark & Cheryl NookJim O'LoughlinKaren & John OltmanKaren PageGreg & Rena RaeckerClark RickardFred RoseCathy RottinghausLeaAnn & Greg SaulMichelle SmithJames & Leanne SprauState Farm InsurancePhyllis SteeleStan & Cydni SweetJon TaiberNick TaiberTandem TirePam & Jim TaylorKathy TindallKayla ToaleUS BankViking PumpPeter VoorheesRoger WhiteDave WielandWilson Restaurant SupplyKarmen Woelber