The city of Victor is an officially designated Main Street community within Colorado Main Street and adopted its own city-sponsored Main Street program in 2012.
Colorado Main Street is a non-profit organization that assists qualifying local governments and downtown organizations seeking support in restoring and reenergizing their historic downtown and commercial districts. Administered through Colorado’s Department of Local Affairs (D.O.L.A.) and funded by the State Historical Fund, Colorado Main Street is an active member of a national support network called Main Street.
Victor Main Street serves the purpose of enhancing Victor’s downtown business district aesthetically, socially, and economically by holding civic engagement, residents’ pride, historic preservation, and small business and entrepreneurship as its core priorities. The Main Street program is an addition to Victor’s D.R.E.A.M (the Downtown Revitalization and Economic Acceleration Movement), an effort led by a group of community members dedicated to advancing the City of Gold Mines in four key areas; design, promotion, organization, and economic restructuring .Together, Victor Main Street and D.R.E.A.M. organize and implement a variety of local renewal projects that foster the success of Victor’s downtown district while maintaining its authentic feel.
For more information, please contact
Becky Frank, Main Street Program Manager
City of Victor
500 Victor Ave
P.O. Box 86
Victor, Colorado 80860
> Victor RE
> Economic Development Incentives
> Colorado Enterprise Zone Project
For additional information regarding the national Main Street movement, the Colorado Main Street program, or Victor MS or D.R.E.A.M., please follow this links displayed below.
Historic Building Assessment and Marketing Strategy Final Report
Winter 2015 Newsletter
Colorado Main Street
Victor D.R.E.A.M. on Facebook
Victor Main St. & D.R.E.A.M. Newsletter
3rd Street Plaza Project Conceptual Design
Victor Wayfinding Concepts
Main Street Assistance
D.R.E.A.M. Commission Public Notice