The Braselton Downtown Development Authority works to assure the long-term economic stability of Downtown Braselton by maintaining the small-town character of the district and supporting the fundamentals that assure Braselton is a great place to live, work, play, invest, and do business.
Braselton’s Downtown Development Authority was formed in 2009 and is composed of a seven (7) member Board of Directors, appointed by the Braselton Town Council, to serve as advocates and advisers to the Council on issues related to economic growth and development in Downtown Braselton. Their goal is to strengthen the small-town character of the community. They work closely with Braselton Town Hall and within the Braselton business community to provide a bridge between the business and residential communities for the benefit of the entire Town of Braselton. The DDA’s daily operation is modeled after the National Trust for Historic Preservation's successful National Main Street Program. The Main Street Program provides a comprehensive approach to the economic revitalization of the historic commercial center of a community. While based upon a commitment to the preservation of historic commercial buildings, the Main Street Program is as much about preserving a strong sense of community as it is about preserving buildings. Main Street is based on four central elements that form the basis for the Braselton Downtown development program. These four points are Organization, Promotion, Design, and Economic Restructuring. Downtown Braselton has been an accredited Main Street community since 2014.
Current year’s work plan
Braselton Downtown Development Authority
Hollie Ansley - Chair
Cheri Winham Huff - Secretary
Cindy Green - Treasurer
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