Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Updates

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.

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.

GUIDELINES & PERMITS

Below are essential downloadable documents you will need to conduct activities, events, business, or other endeavors in the downtown Anniston area. 

(CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD RESOURCE GUIDE)

MEET THE MAIN STREET ANNISTON TEAM

DIRECTOR

  • JACKSON HODGES, MAIN STREET DIRECTOR
  • KARLA EDEN, MAIN STREET EVENT COORDINATOR 

BOARD MEMBERS 

  • KRISTIN FILLINGIM, WARD 1
  • CHRIS COLLINS, WARD 1
  • THOMAS ZIMMERMAN, WARD 2 
  • JACQUELINE JUDKINS, WARD 2
  • CHRISTOPHER CARR, WARD 3
  • DARA MURPHY, WARD 4
  • CHRISTA MORPHIS, WARD 4

UPCOMING EVENTS

Noble Street Festival

 

The Noble Street Festival returns to Downtown Anniston on July 3, 2021 from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.! Join us for live music, local cuisine, pro bike racing, KidZone, and other exciting attractions!

Interested in participating in the Festival? Download the applications below:

 

Jackson Hodges, Main Street Director

jhodges@annistonal.gov

 

Karla Eden, Main Street Event Coordinator

keden@annistonal.gov