Waterville Main Street
Waterville Main Street
44 Main Street, Suite 202
Waterville, ME 04901

Telephone 207-680-2055

Donate

Waterville Main Street is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, and donations are tax deductible by law. We rely on the generosity of over 100 members of our community to fund our activities throughout the year. There are several ways to donate to keep this good work going:








Make a cash donation: We encourage individuals and organizations to become Waterville Main Street Partners, a list of which you can find by clicking here. In the fall, we send out a letter with several donation levels. All levels are welcome and acknowledged all year long!

Sponsor an event: Annual events include Harvest Fest, Kringleville, Parade of Lights, Maine Open Juried Art Show, and our Kringleville Annual Dinner and Auction. Based on your level of support, your business name and logo appears with all publicity. Click here for full sponsorship opportunities.

Donate time, goods, and services: If you have a special skill that you are willing to share, a product that you make or sell, or a gift certificate or promotional item for a raffle prize, Waterville Main Street can put these to good use to grow enthusiasm and pride to our residents and friends.

When you support Waterville Main Street, you help local volunteers make fun things happen, give local kids a chance to make a difference in their community, support the local small business economy, preserve our local cultural and architectural heritage, and help make our city more beautiful. So local! Who knew?

Thanks very much!

Contact Us

Waterville Main Street
44 Main Street, Suite 202
Waterville, ME 04901

Telephone (207) 680-2055
Fax (207) 680-2056
Email info@watervillemainstreet.org

Businesses of Downtown

Downtown Waterville is bustling! From fine arts to pet stores, there's a little bit of everything downtown. Take a look at our Business Directory to find out more...

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Explore History

The Waterville Main Street Design Committee hopes that after the tour you will have a better understanding of the City’s importance in creative, artistic, architectural and industrial developments in Maine and the world.

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Did You Know?

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.