- Economic Development
- Historic Downtown
- Historic Downtown Economic Committee
Historic Downtown Economic Committee
Generally held on the first Thursday of each month, the purpose of the Historic Downtown Economic Committee is to provide input and advice to the Cedar City Council on the following:
1. Propose innovative and efficient ways to effectively invest in the Historic Downtown district.
2. Propose economically viable policies that are conducive to the economic health and preservation of Historic Downtown.
The Historic Downtown area currently includes the entire block of Main Street from 200 South to the Iron County Tourism Building and 100 East to 300 West.
- Jennifer Hendricks, Chair
- Mark Baruffi
- Brent Drew
- Jeff Corry
- R. Scott Phillips
- Ron Cardon
- Maria Twitchell
- Evan Vickers
- Donn Jersey
- Danny Stewart
- Megan Lamb, Secretary
Utah Main Street Program 2022 - 2023
|What is the Utah Main Street Program about?|
Historic Downtown Façade and Tenant Improvement Program
|What is the Historic Downtown Façade and Tenant Improvement Program?|
About the Facade & Tenant Improvement Grant:
Applicants will be reimbursed, or receive a “refund,” for all eligible cash expenditures up to $7,500, after the façade work is complete and paid for by the recipient.
A meeting was held on Thursday, April 14, 2022 at Cedar City Hall (10 N. Main St.) in the Council Chambers at 8:00 a.m. for businesses to learn more about this grant opportunity and meet staff from the National Main Street Program.
Cedar City recognizes the importance of preserving our Historic Downtown and is dedicated to assisting local businesses.
|Apply for the Facade & Tenant Improvement Grant:|
Cedar City / Iron County Economic Development and the Cedar City Historic Downtown Economic Committee administer the Cedar City Historic Downtown Façade & Tenant Improvement Grant program. The goal of the Façade & Tenant Improvement Grant program is to promote commerce in local “Main Street” business districts through rehabilitating historic buildings.
Phone: (435) 586-2770
Historic Downtown Sign Improvement Grant
About the Sign Improvement Grant:
Last updated 02/02/2023