MILTON FREEWATER DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE
A Community working together to create a Vibrant and Prosperous Milton-Freewater where everyone benefits.
Nestled near the spectacular Blue Mountains, among bountiful orchards, wheat fields and vineyards, Milton-Freewater is a distinct community offering a serene rural lifestyle with quick access to major cities and world-class conveniences. Milton-Freewater enjoys a great location within picturesque northeastern Oregon.
Milton-Freewater Downtown Alliance Receives $200,000 Oregon Heritage Grant!!
Oregon Heritage has awarded the Milton-Freewater Downtown Alliance (MFDA) a $200,000 grant to improve two vacant properties on North Main Street. These include a remodel of 620 N. Main Street for a bakery coffee shop and interior renovation and roof repair of 514 N. Main.
Make a donation to the Milton-Freewater Chamber Downtown Alliance (MFCDA) joint organization. Any amount you are able to give will support our efforts for creating a ‘Vibrant and Prosperous Milton-Freewater where Everyone Benefits’.
MILTON FREEWATER DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE AT A GLANCE
The MFDA strives to revitalize the main street areas throughout Milton-Freewater. We are using the “Main Street Approach” created by the Oregon Main Street Program -a branch of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. This approach serves as an all-encompassing way to allow Milton-Freewater to reach its full potential. Whether it is beautifying streets and building facades, highlighting the historical aspects of a building, or providing support for new and existing business owners, the MFDA exists to serve the community.
Our mission to create an inviting, family-friendly and inclusive climate in Main Street Districts for new and existing businesses through improvements to infrastructure and increased promotion.
As a Main Street America Affiliate™, the Milton Freewater Downtown Alliance is part of a national network of more than 1,200 neighborhoods and communities who share both a commitment to creating high-quality places and to building stronger communities through preservation-based economic development.