About Main Street Greensburg
Main Street Greensburg promotes and serves Greensburg’s iconic downtown by honoring its unique history, strengthening its economic vitality, and cultivating growth while remaining rooted by the famous Decatur County Courthouse tower tree.
We are a public/private entity that was founded in 2005 with a commitment to preserve and support the downtown community. As a member of the National Main Street Center and the Indiana Main Street program, the organization is driven by the Main Street Four-Point Approach — organization, promotion, design, and economic restructuring.
Main Street Four Point Approach
Organization Committee - This committee builds leadership and focuses on strengthening the organizational capacity.
Economic Vitality Committee – This committee focuses on small business development and retention, as well as oversees the Low-Interest Revolving Loan Program.
Design Committee – This committee focuses on all aspects of downtown’s physical appearance, including reviewing Facade Improvement Grant Program applications.
Promotion Committee – This committee focuses on marketing downtown and creating community events.
Our team at Main Street Greensburg is composed of two dedicated staff members, talented volunteers, and a board of directors that work together to create a strong and resilient organization focused on reviving our town's charm and history. Scroll below to learn more about our team and their commitment to our mission.