Interested in joining a committee and contributing to the revitalization of Downtown Wayland? Please feel free to drop in on an upcoming meeting or reach out to the Committee Chair or Main Street Director for more information.

Committee Meeting Schedule:


3rd Monday of the month at 5:15PM at 324 W Sycamore (WUS Central Receiving Building behind Pine Street Gym).

Economic vitality (werc-shops):

2nd Tuesday of the month at 8AM at various downtown businesses.



2nd Thursday of each month at Noon at 105 E. Superior St. (McDuff’s Bar & Grille)


2nd Thursday of the month at Noon at 105 E Superior St (McDuff’s Bar & Grille)

The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Main Street program offers an approach to downtown revitalization that has been successful in more than two thousand towns and cities nationwide.

Many approaches to downtown revitalization, from urban renewal to fix-up projects, have failed because they focused on just one or two problems, rather than dealing with the full spectrum of interrelated issues that affect traditional commercial districts.

The Main Street Four-Point Approach® is a community-driven, comprehensive strategy that encourages economic development through historic preservation in ways that are appropriate for today’s marketplace.

Our program and its committees are under the leadership of our Main Street/Downtown Development Authority Board. You can find out more about the board, including meeting minutes, here: Main Street DDA Board

We are always looking for new faces and ideas in our committees. If you want to get involved or would like more information, visit our volunteer page and send us a message!