Office of Community and Rural Affairs to hold Indiana Main Street Community Exchange in Cambridge City
- Panel discussion about Non-Profit Real Estate Development and Historic Preservation
- Place Based Economic Development
- Resilient Downtowns
The Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs’ (OCRA) mission is to work with local, state and national partners to provide resources and technical assistance to assist communities in shaping and achieving their vision for community and economic development.
The mission of Cambridge City Main Street (CCMS) is to foster community and economic development in downtown Cambridge City.
Since its founding the organization has already pulled off its first major project, the Lincoln Funeral Train Mural, in 2014. Since then CCMS has worked diligently on building membership and community ties. The organization is currently undertaking a project that will put the previously vacant Matthias and Kline Co. Building, at 12 W. Main Street, back on the market! The Matthias and Kline Co. building is one of the only vacant storefronts in our vibrant downtown.