Economic Vitality

Committee Meetings:  Third Tuesday of the month at 4:30 pm in the DMI Office (207 S. Walnut St.)

Committee Chair: Walt Hepford

Strengthens the town’s existing economic assets while diversifying its economic base.  It is accomplished by retaining and expanding existing businesses to provide a balanced mix of commercial entities, by converting underutilized or unused space into productive property, and by sharpening merchandising skills of downtown business people.

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EV programs supporting business development and economic growth:

Riverwalk Farmers Market: Every Saturday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm from May through October the Riverwalk Farmers Market is open in Downtown Milford. Small Business Loans: Downtown Milford Inc. can loan both new and existing businesses up to $5,000 at low interest rates. Businesses must be located in the defined Milford Main Street designated area. Amount available is limited. Contact Murrie Zlotziver, Executive Director 302-839-1180 or 5 for Free: For every 5 gallons of paint you purchase to repaint your downtown business Downtown Milford Inc. will purchase 5 more! Vacancy Inventory: The EV committee keeps an up to date inventory of all commercial vacancies in Downtown Milford. Small Business Saturday: Every year in November Downtown Milford celebrates Small Business Saturday. Support your local businesses and #ShopMilford.