The Georgetown Main Street program recently presented checks for matching grants for new signs and building façade work at the Center for Cognitive Education and at J. Paul Aubin Real Estate. The Main Street Façade and Sign Fund is a matching grant program for commercial buildings in the historic downtown area.
The Center for Cognitive Education at 503 S. Main Street offers counseling and assistance programs to help people develop and maintain responsible patterns in living. The center received a $7,345 check for a portion of the cost of building façade improvements and signs.
Pictured (left to right) in the photo are Marcy Urban, Jim Wilson, David Kellerman, Dean Eddy, Cindy Harrington, Linda McCalla, and Shelly Hargrove.
J. Paul Aubin Real Estate at 810 S. Main Street is a real estate office with nine agents serving the Georgetown and Austin metro area. J. Paul Aubin Real Estate received an $8,133 check for a portion of the cost of renovating the building façade and new signs.
Pictured (left to right) in the photo are Marcy Urban, Linda McCalla, Jim Wilson, Joseph Aubin, Dora Aubin, David Kellerman, Cindy Harrington, and Shelly Hargrove.
The Main Street Façade and Sign Fund provides reimbursement grants to business owners in the historic downtown area for a portion of improvements made to building facades and new signs.
Sign matching grants are for up to $500 and façade matching grants are up to $10,000 for exterior work on a historic building.
Main Street is a program of the City of Georgetown Division of Downtown and Community Services.
Learn more at mainstreet.georgetown.org.