Dover Main Street is a non-member based community program designed for historic preservation and revitalization of the downtown. Come visit Dover and see all there is to offer. It’s changing every day!
Incorporated in 1920, the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce is the ‘go to’ resource for business education, networking and promotional opportunities, as well as visitor information and referrals.
Our self-guided Harbor Trail map highlights three different walking tours through the waterfront and downtown with more than 70 points of interest. Join us for this and other tours to get connected to Portsmouth.
Your resource for savings at over 100 local, sustainable businesses. The GA is a community of like-minded people that believe in being gentle on the planet. Businesses are members to grow qualified referrals. Consumers are members to gain buying power at local green business. All of our Partnering Businesses are sustainability certified so you know exactly what makes them green!
HERON was established in 2009 by businesses on Water Street in Exeter. The networking group is comprised of business owners in the Historic District including Water, Lincoln, and Front streets. The goals of HERON are for beautification, marketing, and promoting the historic downtown business district.
The North Hampton Business Association was established to promote and preserve local businesses. We provide our members with the attention and personal service they have come to expect and enjoy. We believe that keeping our money in our community is the best way to support locally owned and operated businesses, as well as creating more jobs.
Rochester Main Street is a non-profit organization focused on bringing together stakeholders in the downtown to aid in downtown revitalization. By focusing on historic preservation, community events and economic development, this self-help program helps build a stronger future for the entire community.
Seacoast Eat Local connects people with sources of locally grown foods and advocates eating locally for the health of our environment, community, culture and economy. We organize winter farmers’ markets, co-produce Seacoast Harvest, sponsor workshops and events, and provide information through our email newsletter, blog and website.
Slow Food Seacoast hosts and supports events that educate about and celebrate what “good, clean, and fair food” means. We seek to learn and teach how food is produced and prepared by skilled farmers, artisans, and chefs; what we can do to support farmers and their land; and how to appreciate fresh, seasonal, and local food. At celebrations, we seek to bring together people of all ages and backgrounds to share the community table.
A citizen-driven grassroots program dedicated to creating a walk-friendly, vibrant downtown through advocacy for pedestrian-oriented way-finding signage and for City infrastructure improvements to improve the quality of pedestrian facilities, safety, and accessibility. Leveraging web-based technologies, we will highlight our community assets for visitors and residents, as well as promote programs to educate the public of the health, economic and environmental benefits of walking in our urban center.