Main Street Westerville
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Uptown Westerville is more than a place. It is the lifeblood of Westerville.
Be part of that life.
Serve on the Uptown Westerville Main Street Board.
It won’t be an easy task. But, it is important.
Important to how Westerville continues to grow. Important to how it manages change. Important to how it adjusts to the future.
Be important to Westerville. Be on the Uptown Westerville Main Street Board.
Main Street Westerville and Uptown Westerville is looking for a Board of Directors for a new organization that will be an advocate for every resident, business, and organization with a vested interest in the continued success of Uptown Westerville.
Working to fulfill the mission of “Enhancing lives by strengthening the Heart of Westerville” we have reached the final phase of the development process.
The first and most crucial step will be to establish a dedicated and energetic Board of Directors. An application for board membership may downloaded and completed offline.
- Please familiarize yourself with the board responsibilities and requirements.
- Main Street Westerville is asking two things:
If you feel your talents, experience, and accessibility bring exceptional value to the organization, please complete the application.
Forward the application form to any high-caliber leaders you feel would be an asset to lead Main Street Westerville forward. The formation of a talented, energetic, and dedicated Board of Directors is the most critical step in this process.
- All applications must be received by June 30.
- Return all applications to WUMA Treasurer Debbie Bennati, 20 North State Street, Westerville, OH, 43081 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Uptown Westerville Merchant’s Blog
The Westerville South High School boys basketball team earned a return trip to the Division I state final with an 87-78 win over Garfield Heights in a semifinal March 18 at Ohio State.read more
An Otterbein student pauses after class on Friday to photograph a white magnolia tree with her phone behind Towers Hall.read more
Brothers pretend they are a car with each kid displaying one of the antique Ohio license plates their mother bought at Pure Roots in Uptown Westerville.read more
Although the weather has been to warm for snow and ice, this weekend certainly loos like it is a perfect time to bring out the annual presentation of ice sculptures in Uptown Westerville.read more
Good Day Cleveland recently visited Uptown Westerville and featured ten businesses in its broadcast for Nov. 30.
The top video is the entire 45 minute broadcast.
Below that are videos that point to each segment in the show.read more
There’s never enough time to make sure you get all the information you need about Midnight Madness in Uptown. Always on the Fourth Friday in October and the last Fourth Friday celebration of the year, this years Midnight Madness adds more space with the closing of East College where there will be food vendors and easier access to events planned at merchants and businesses along that section of the street.read more
A painter finishes trim work on the interior of what will become Westerville Jewelers in the storefront next to the entrance to 8 State Bistro.read more
A long-time Uptown tradition, the Westerville Uptown Merchants Association presents Midnight Madness on October 23, 2015 from 6 p.m. to Midnight.
Midnight Madness is an annual showcase event for the Uptown Westerville merchants. With decorated shops, treats, surprises, and scary good deals, it’s a fun opportunity to visit Uptown Westerville. This is the night for visitors to check out their favorite haunts and dare to venture where they’ve never been before!read more
The changes known as bumpouts are intended to add width to the sidewalks at the intersection so pedestrians will have a shorter path across State Street making the crossing more safe and create a traffic calming effect for vehicles making turns and approaching the intersection.
The main attraction on the annual metro-wide tour is his Disneyland model railroad featuring the monorail, Cinderella’s Castle, Tomorrowland, and a cast of Disney characters.
It was a very windy afternoon in Uptown Westerville and we have a photo gallery to prove it.
Early moments in city council’s first meeting after a break honored two “Westerville Champions,” swore in three fire fighters and a new fire marshal, and presented a certificate of appreciation to the city police department.