• Committees / Task Forces

    Mitchell Main Street & Beyond is composed of four committees, which combined bring the Four-Point Approach to Mitchell's Main Street. All members of Mitchell Main Street & Beyond are eligible to serve on committees.

    Task Forces are branches of committees, specific to an event or goal. All individuals are eligible to serve on a Task Force. Contact the committee chair through the Main Street office for further information and meeting times. Phone: 605.990.4500 Email: Jen@mitchellmainstreet.com


    Builds consensus and cooperation among the many groups and individuals who have a role in the revitalization process. Organization works with…

    • Broad Public and Private Partnerships
    • Community Involvement
    • Establishment of Four-Point Committees
    • Open Communications
    • Pro-Active Leadership
    • Strategic Work Planning
    • Clarification of Established Goals and Objectives
    • Identification of Planning Principles
    • Implementation of Plans

    The Organization Committee is currently chaired by Board President Jeff Logan of Logan Luxury Theater and meets as needed.

    Task Forces: Membership, Woolworth's Caramel Apples, Wingapalooza


    Enhances the physical appearance of the commercial district by rehabilitating historic buildings, encouraging supportive new construction, developing sensitive design management and long-term planning. Design works with…

    • Community Values
    • Natural Environment
    • Community Structure
    • Infrastructure
    • Parking
    • Urban and Architectural Character
    • Historic Resources
    • Physical Planning
    • Site Development
    • Plans, Codes and Ordinances
    • Maintenance
    • Quality

    The Design Committee is currently chaired Melissa Davidson of Make It Mine Designs and meets as needed.  

    Task Force: Upstairs Downtown Tour / Open Spaces Tour

    Downtown Development 

    Strengthens the district’s existing economic base while finding ways to expand it to meet new opportunities and challenges from outlying development. Economic Restructuring works with…

    • Broad Retail, Service and Housing Mix
    • Healthy Competition
    • Business Recruitment
    • Business Retention and Expansion
    • Market Potential
    • Development Partnerships
    • Adaptive Re-Use
    • Developer Selection
    • Infrastructure
    • Community Input

    The Downtown Development Committee is currently chaired by Dave Brooks, retired from CorTrust Bank. Downtown Development meets every second Tuesday at Noon in the Chamber Boardroom.  


    Markets the traditional commercial district’s assets to customers, potential investors, new businesses, local citizens and visitors. Promotions works with…

    • Market Identification
    • Public Relations
    • Virtual Identity
    • Slogan & Logo
    • Community Programs
    • Events and Activities
    • Merchandising
    • Education
    • Advertising
    • Media and Publicity
    • Sponsorships

    The Promotions committee meets quarterly beginning in January on the second Thursday of the month at Cornerstone Coffeehouse. 

    Task Forces: Parade of Lights, Christmas Shopping for Kids and 1st Fridays on Main

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