Waterville Opera House Downtown Business of the Year
...downtown business owners and employees, volunteers, and City officials gathered to celebrate downtown's outstanding independent businesses and recognize the many volunteers working to further Waterville's downtown revitalization efforts. Waterville Opera House was named. more...


- Barrels Community Market
- WMSt 10th Anniversary Publication
- Meet Me Downtown Business Profiles
- Downtown Historic Walking Guide
- Maine Downtown Center
- Downtown Partners 2014-15
- Loyalty Flyer Discount Coupon - April/May/June 2014
- Loyalty Flyer Discount Coupon - July/Aug/Sept 2014


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Waterville Main Street would like to thank the following 2014-15 Downtown Partners for their investment in the future of Downtown Waterville. For more information on how you can become a Downtown Partner, contact WMSt at 207-680-2055 or jennifer@watervillemainstreet.org. You may also make a secure contribution online by clicking on our PayPal donation link.
View a list of 2013-14 Partners.

 

 

CONTRIBUTING BENEFACTORS:

$20,000+ Platinum

  • City of Waterville

$5,000+ Silver

  • Thomas College

$1,000+ Bronze

  • Are You Ready to Party??
  • Kennebec Savings Bank

BUSINESS PARTNERSHIPS:

$500+ Community Partners

$250+ Downtown Partners

$100+ Associate Partners

 

PERSONAL PARTNERSHIPS:

$500-999 Community Partners

$250-499 Downtown Partners

$100-249 Hometown Partners

$50-99 Family Partners

  • Mandy Kitchen

$15-49 Individual Partners

 



Want to learn more about the independent business owners in downtown Waterville?
Check out our Meet Me Downtown series, written by volunteer Michelle Troutman to highlight the people behind the storefronts...more

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Elm and Park Streets

Rev. Jeremiah Chaplin, the first president of Colby College, formed this church in 1818. Because it was illegal for a religious group to own property, an organization of pew holders was formed... Learn more.

For every $100 spent at a locally owned business, $45 stays in the local economy, creating jobs and expanding the city's tax base. For every $100 spent at a national chain or franchise store, only $14 remains in the community.