Winners

Great American Main Street Award Winners

Since the award’s inception in 1995, over 90 Main Street programs have been honored.

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Winners

2017
Covington, Kentucky
Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard, New Orleans, Louisiana
West Chester, Pennsylvania

2016
Audubon Park, Orlando, Florida
Dahlonega, Georgia
Shaw District, Washington, DC

2015
Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Montclair, New Jersey
Rawlins, Wyoming

2014
Harrisonburg, Virginia
Milledgeville, Georgia
Woodbine, Iowa

2013
H Street, Washington, DC
Ocean Springs, Mississippi
Rochester, Michigan

2012
Bath, Maine
Culpeper, Virginia
Jacksonville, Illinois
Valley Junction/West Des Moines, Iowa
Washington, Missouri

2011
Beloit, Wisconsin
Fort Pierce, Florida
Old Town Lansing, Michigan
Newark, Delaware
Silver City, New Mexico

2010
Columbus, Mississippi
Fairmont, West Virginia
Ferndale, Michigan
Lee's Summit, Missouri
Paducah, Kentucky

2009
Broadway District, Green Bay, Wisconsin
El Dorado, Arkansas
Federal Hill, Baltimore, Maryland
Livermore, California
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware

2006
El Reno, Oklahoma
Lynchburg, Virginia
Natchitoches, Louisiana
Parsons, Kansas

2005
Barracks Row, Washington, DC
Emporia, Kansas
Frederick, Maryland
New Iberia, Louisiana
Washington Gateway, Boston, Massachusetts

2004
Burlington, Iowa
Encinitas, California
Paso Robles, California
Rogers, Arkansas
Westfield, New Jersey

2003
Greenville, South Carolina
Littleton, New Hampshire
Manassas, Virginia
Rome, Georgia
Wenatchee, Washington

2002
Cedar Falls, Iowa
La Crosse, Wisconsin
Milford, New Hampshire
Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Staunton, Virginia

2001
Danville, Kentucky
Elkader, Iowa
Enid, Oklahoma
Mansfield, Ohio
Walla Walla, Washington

2000
Coronado, California
Keokuk, Iowa
Newkirk, Oklahoma
Port Townsend, Washington
St. Charles, Illinois

1999
Bay City, Michigan
Cordell, Oklahoma
Denton, Texas
LaFayette, Indiana
San Luis Obispo, California

1998
Corning, Iowa
Lanesboro, Minnesota
Morgantown, West Virginia
Thomasville, Georgia
York, Pennsylvania

1997
Burlington, Vermont
DeLand, Florida
Georgetown, Texas
Holland, Michigan
Libertyville, Illinois

1996
Bonaparte, Iowa
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
East Carson Street Bus. District, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Saratoga Springs, New York
Wooster, Ohio

1995
Pasadena, California
Dubuque, Iowa
Clarksville, Missouri
Franklin, Tennessee
Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin

*GAMSA was on hiatus 2007 and 2008 while the National Main Street Center undertook a review and revitalization of the program.