Paducah: Celebrate Main Street

For more than 20 years, the City of Paducah has flourished with its Main Street program. The City of Paducah with the advisory board, Paducah Renaissance Alliance, serves the community through promoting economic development in Paducah’s historic downtown and the Lower Town Arts District. Paducah partners with local merchants, cultural organizations, and artists to cultivate and promote cultural events and attractions to a national, regional and local audience.

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Paducah: Create a Memory

Paducah's historic downtown and Lower Town Arts District offer a wide variety of arts, recreation, and entertainment venues sure to appeal to every taste and style. Five museums, 36 galleries and studios, 21 local eateries, more than 30 specialty shops, as well as ongoing festivals and events are all situated in one of the most charming river cities in the country.

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Paducah: Build a Life

Paducah's historic downtown and the Lower Town Arts District are among the most charming and desirable neighborhoods in the country. With arts, culture and recreation all within walking distance and an excess of charm and personality, the historic Renaissance Area offers the highest quality of life. Visit the Downtown Farmers’ Market from now through mid-November for a wide selection of produce, breads, herbs, and fresh honey.

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Paducah: Develop a Business

Paducah Renaissance Alliance has amassed all of the economic development, regulatory, and business resources you'll need to establish a thriving business in the historic Renaissance Area. PRA is committed to the economic health and vitality of the downtown and the LowerTown Arts District, offering ongoing marketing support, in addition to significant incentives to build successful businesses within the district.

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At a time when funding for the arts is being cut, Paducah fosters an environment where artists and the arts can flourish. The program began in August 2000 and has become a national model for using the arts for economic development.

Artist Relocation Program

Economic incentives are available to qualified investors looking to locate their businesses within the district.

Business Recruitment

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