1601 Capitol Avenue
Cheyenne Wyoming 82001
Phone: (307) 433-9730 Email
Individuals who would like to report any safety or police concerns regarding downtown should contact John Gay III, Detective at 307-633-6630 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mill Levy Question and Answer Guide
For information on the upcoming mill levy election on October 20th, 2015, please click here.
If you have any further questions, please send us an email or call the DDA/ Main Street office.
Thanks go to the nearly 500 Cheyenne-area residents completing the Artspace Market Survey about the local arts community. The survey results will determine if there is a need in Cheyenne for affordable living and working spaces for area artists.
DOA-Main Street Board President, Hans Seitz said he is pleased with the number of people who took the survey. In August, DOA-Main Street's board will study information from the survey results. The results will give the board direction in moving forward with the Artspace project.
Curious about Artspace and the many successful Artspace community projects throughout the United States? Visit Artspace.org and see the exciting developments
(many in historic buildings) the Artspace program has created.
Click here to read "Artspace survey: Cheyenne artists want to live downtown" for survey results!
DDA/Main Street would like to thank everyone, from the businesses who stayed open, to those who came to partake, in the Thursday Night Out event on August 13th, 2015. In addition, we would like to thank anyone who had any involvement with the Cheyenne Arts Festival on Friday, August 14th and Saturday, August 15th. The event could not have happened without those who helped pull it together or those who were able to attend!
The 17th Street Project is happening!
To obtain a copy of the RFP for the design, please click here. If you have further questions, please contact Bob Bradshaw at 637-6328.
Façade Improvement Program Update-Dave Ohde-Design Committee Chairman
The Façade Improvement Program (FIP) is a new DDA/MS program funded by DDA/MS, the City of Cheyenne and the Cheyenne Laramie County Economic Development Joint Powers Board.
The FIP is a competitive matching grant program to help downtown Cheyenne property owners improve the exterior appearance of their building. Nine applications were received for this years funding cycle and range from small fix-up projects to larger restoration efforts.
The applications will undergo a review process conducted by the DDA/MS Design Committee to determine which projects should receive funding. It is expected that construction will start this summer for several projects.
Although the application process is closed for this funding cycle, this is expected to be an annual program with more projects funded each year. If you have an interest in improving your building façade with financial assistance in the future contact Rockie at the DDA office for details about the program.