Main Street Anniston is a designated community within the Main Street Alabama network. Together, we strive to revitalize historic communities by using the Main Street Four-Point Approach. This method leverages local assets—from cultural or architectural heritage to local enterprises and community pride—to revitalize our district. The four points of the Main Street approach work together to build a sustainable and complete community revitalization effort through Organization, Promotion, Design, and Economic Vitality. To learn more, visit our Main Street Anniston stand-alone page here.
Main Street Anniston is a division of our city’s Public Relations Department. The Public Relations Department consists of city’s public relations, our Main Street Anniston Department, and the Anniston Downtown Market.
Main Street programs are more than having great events and making downtown look better. At its core, Main Street is an economic development tool that enhances the tax base of a community, fosters entrepreneurship, builds community capacity, and creates partnerships among key groups in a community.
Interested in starting a business on Main Street Anniston? Check out our helpful guide linked below! Further down on our page, you will also find information on funding resources, market research, and more!
The Anniston Downtown Farmer’s Market occurs every Saturday, from in May!
This Certified Farmers Market is an opportunity for small and medium growers and producers to interact directly with you, their customer!
For additional information, call 256-624-7172 or email email@example.com.
To volunteer with our Main Street Anniston team, please download the application linked below:
You can learn more about joining the Main Street Anniston board as well! Just call Main Street Director, Karla Eden, for more information at 256-371-3711!
Main Street Anniston hosts many vendor events, such as: the Noble Street Festival, Neewollah, Makers Market Fourth Fridays, and more!
To apply as a vendor, or to see what upcoming vendor opportunities we have, please contact us at: MainStreetAnniston@annistonal.gov
Below are essential downloadable documents you will need to conduct activities and events, as well as guidelines for historical design requirements in the downtown Anniston area.
Here you will find information on demographics, economics, and more in the Downtown Anniston area.
The Noble Street Festival will return on May 6, 2023!
Every 4th Friday of the month we will have vendors and events on Noble Street! For more information contact Main Street Director, Karla Eden, at: 256-371-3711.
Main Street Anniston is always planning something fun! To view all of our events, please follow the portal below!
Karla Eden, Main Street Director
Jackson Hodges, Public Relations Department Director
Kristin Smith, Administrative Assistant