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AUGUST 18, 2014 – if you build it, they will come.
JULY 14, 2014 – The Big Four Bridge will soon be decked out in special computerized lighting capable of illuminating the span in patterns of dancing, colorful lighting that will be visible for miles up and down river.
JULY 8, 2014 – Enjoy tastings of wine, live music and local shops Friday in downtown Jeffersonville.
Jeffersonville Main Street Inc., a nonprofit downtown revitalization organization, and the merchants of downtown Jeffersonville are hosting the sixth annual Wine Walk & Shop event from 6 to 9 p.m.
JULY 2, 2014 – The city’s first sculptural bike racks are in the ground, and their use is threefold.
Dawn Spyker, member of the Jeffersonville Public Arts Commission, said the four structures are not only for securing bikes and adding art to the downtown streetscape, they’re for photo opps, too. Each sculpture that represents a family member has a place to rest your chin as you stand behind to have your picture taken.
JULY 1, 2014 A more colorful sight will be greeting visitors of the historic downtown district by next spring.
Jeffersonville Main Street, Inc., received a $10,000 Downtown Enhancement Grant through the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs that will be used for one or two murals painted on the side of downtown buildings.
JUNE 25, 2014 – The opening of the Big Four Bridge has been a boom for businesses on both sides of the Ohio River.
Two cities are now connected. In financial terms, the big winners are the businesses by the Big Four Bridge.
JUNE 25, 2014 – There was a celebration on the Big Four Bridge Wednesday, June 25.
It opened as a railroad bridge 119 years ago, now a pedestrian bridge, though the Indiana side opened in May the dedication ceremony is on Wednesday, June 25.
JUNE 23, 2014 – Downtown Jeffersonville’s trend of attracting new restaurants and drinking establishments continued Monday.
The Jeffersonville Redevelopment Commission voted unanimously Thursday to approve a $50,000 forgivable loan for a new O’Shea’s location in downtown Jeffersonville.
JUNE 1, 2014 – Fifteen years ago, Linda Williams opened the Old Bridge Inn Bed and Breakfast in her 1830s historic home on West Chestnut Street.
What she didn’t know when she named her business for the then-defunct railroad bridge was that the structure would one day guide people practically into her yard — and into other parts of downtown Jeffersonville, too.
MAY 24, 2014 – Days after folks on both sides of the Ohio River flocked to the newley opened Big Four pedestrian and cycling bridge, Jeffersonville officials say the ramp into its historic downtown seems to be giving it the boost they had hoped.
Jeffersonville Main Street, Inc.
Jeffersonville Main Street Inc. is a nonprofit organization working to continue the revitalization of the commercial and residential districts of downtown Jeffersonville, Indiana. We use a four-point approach that includes economic restructuring, design, promotion, and organization.
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