Main Street Program
Downtown Farmersville is an area of
national historic importance, and has been listed on the
National Register of Historic Places by the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Farmersville National Register District Boundary Map and Contributing Buildings
Farmersville Commercial District National Register Application
Downtown Farmersville Information
Downtown Shopping Guide
All About Main Street flier
Downtown Reinvestment Statistics
Architectural Details Scavenger Hunt --See the window display at 111 McKinney Street
We envision downtown Farmersville to be a unique, historical, and authentic regional destination that proudly offers diverse business, civic, cultural, preservation, recreational, and entertainment activities to professionals, consumers, residents and visitors of all ages both day and night.
Farmersville Main Street Program's overall purpose is to encourage downtown revitalization within the context of historical preservation. Through careful planning and the use of the National Main Street's Four Point Approach of design, economic restructuring, promotion and organization, historic downtown Farmersville will remain a vibrant civic gathering place for all to enjoy by improving public spaces and health/recreation activities, increasing business activity, and expanding heritage tourism programs through business development and retention efforts, physical improvements, historic preservation ,and promotional events.
Farmersville Main Street Program Board:
Doris Cooks-Vice President
James Moss- Secretary
Diane Piwko - Treasurer
Doris Cooks, Interim Main Street Manager
Mike Goldstein, M.D., Chair, Farmersville Community Development Corporation
Board meets 1st Monday of the month, 4:45 PM in Council Chambers.
Doris Cooks, Interim
Main Street Manager
205 S. Main Farmersville, TX 75442 972-784-6846