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Support Main Street

The community rose to the challenge in 2022 and, together, we secured

$2M to restore, preserve, and revitalize Historic Downtown Kendallville!

We can only execute on the mission of Historic Downtown Kendallville with the community's support. Your gift helps us build capacity and ensures the long-term sustainability of Historic Downtown Kendallville. Gifts are tax deductible! 

Since 2021, the city's Main Street organization has:

  • Been featured on HGTV’s “Hometown”

  • Partnered with the city on installation of new Pocket Park

  • Been designated as a PreservINg Main Street Community ($2M grant)

  • Become a stand-alone 501c3 non-profit with a full-time director

  • Established Historic Preservation District and Commission

  • Created a Heritage Trail to honor historically significant people and buildings

  • Leveraged $300,000 in funding to stretch the PreservINg Main Street grant to more property owners

  • Secured $55,000 in grants to establish a business incubator in downtown Kendallville (in partnership with the Noble County EDC)

  • Partnered with Be Noble Inc. (EDC) to attract investors for 2nd floor housing projects

  • Rebranded to Historic Downtown Kendallville

  • Logged 0ver 2,300 in volunteer hours

  • Hosted 10 family-friendly events, attracting thousands of visitors and consumers to downtown

  • Leveraged $8,500 in funding for new Edison lights recently installed downtown

Donate securely using the button above, or use this form and mail a check to:

Historic Downtown Kendallville
234 S Main St
Kendallville, IN 46755


Thank you, Community Partners!


Jenna Anderson

Betty Lou Design & Graphics

Black & Ramer Insurance

Century 21 - Patty Seutter

Community State Bank

Color Master Inc.

Dependable Metal Treating

Don Gura, State Farm Insurance Agent

Teresa Gremaux

Mayor SuzAnne Handshoe

Brianna Hayden

Hossinger Refrigeration

Jansen Family Dentistry

Jansen Law

Jill Jollief

Dr. Thomas E. Koerner

Dep Hornberger & Stephane Langelier

Love Me Two Times on Main

Noble County Disposal

Northeastern Center Inc.

Phoenix Office Machines


Patty Seutter

Tara Streb

The Pure Dream

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