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Downtown Freeport Main Street

Freeport Main Street

A place to live, build your business and create your own space.

Illinois Main Street supports a network of communities across the state that are working to bring prosperity to their older and historic downtowns and commercial districts.

Illinois Main Street is part of Main Street America, a national movement of individuals and organizations with a shared commitment to bring economic vitality back downtown, while celebrating their historic character, and bringing communities together.

Downtown Sites for Sale or Lease

The Partnership recently launched the Downtown Freeport Historic Tour with the help of the Placemaking sub-committee. Interested in adding your building to the historic tour? Please complete this form to be added!

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Construction, Plumbing, Heating, & Service

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Know Your Audience June 19, 2024 Freeport, greater freeport partnership, Stephenson County Other Partnership staff members and I often get asked to speak to local service organizations about what’s going on in Freeport and Stephenson County. We love these occasions to get out in the community, hear from great people, talk about positive progress, and learn from other perspectives.   Before one such opportunity last week, I was able to join the group […]
Make a Difference: Volunteering Opportunities in Freeport & Stephenson County June 5, 2024 Volunteering is a fantastic way to give back to the community, meet new people, and make a positive impact in Freeport and Stephenson County. Numerous local organizations offer a wide range of volunteer opportunities, ensuring there’s something for everyone interested in community service. One of the prominent organizations is the United Way of Northwest Illinois, which collaborates with various local […]
Building a Network June 5, 2024 business after hours, Freeport, greater freeport partnership, rise n' shine breakfast, Stephenson County When I meet with businesses, one of their top priorities is building a network of local people. Their reasons for wanting to build a network are as varied as the businesses they represent. Some want to attract more customers, while others are looking to build a peer network. Some business owners want to feel more connected to the community and […]