Cedar Falls Downtown Gift Certificates may be used like cash at any business in the downtown district. They make wonderful gifts for teachers, co-workers, employees, etc. Gift certificates must be purchased with cash or check payable to Community Main Street, you have the ability to use Venmo or card (with a fee) at the Community Main Street office.
Gift Certificates may be purchased at:
The Community Main Street office located at 310 E 4th Street
Or at the following downtown locations:
- Black Hawk Hotel
- Cedar Falls Community Credit Union
- Community Bank & Trust
- Farmers State Bank
- First Bank
- Lincoln Savings Bank
- US Bank
- Cedar Falls Visitor Center located at 6510 Hudson Road
Here is a link to the map of the District. All businesses within the Cedar Falls Downtown District accept the gift certificates, making it the perfect way to support local.
You may also order your gift certificates in advance to be ready for pickup by calling our office at 319-277-0213 or you may fill out the form below:
Thank you for supporting the Cedar Falls Downtown District!
Stephanie Houk Sheetz
Economic Development Committee
The E.D. committee meets the first Wednesday of the month at 12:00.
Goal: To help existing downtown businesses and expanding and recruiting new ones to respond to today's market. Help convert unused space into productive property and sharpen the competitiveness of business enterprises.
Lisa Rivera Skubal
The Design Committee meets the third Friday of the month at 12:00.
Goal: To develop a visually identifiable and marketable environment through historic building preservation/rehabilitation and streetscaping of the downtown district.
Organization and Development Committee
The Organization and Development Committee meets the second Monday of the month at 12:00.
Goal: To build consensus, cooperation and financial support among groups that have an important stake in the district by fostering a volunteer-driven program and organizational structure working toward the same goal(s).
The Promotions Committee meets the first Thursday of the month at 12:00.
Goal: To sell the image and promise of Main Street to all prospects. By marketing the district's unique characteristics to shoppers, investors, new businesses, and visitors, an effective promotional strategy forges a positive image through advertising, retail promotional activity, special events and marketing campaigns carried out by local volunteers.