College Park Main Street continues to make a vital difference to the attractive, economically vibrant community that College Park is today. Our success is due in large part to the enthusiastic, engaged volunteers who serve on our four steering committees and who truly energize the efforts that have led to our long track record of success! These four committees help steer the promotion, design, organization, and economic growth efforts to make College Park Main Street one of the best districts in all of Orlando! We need your help to oversee the College Park Main Street events and projects that benefit the entire community. Please see our list of committees and descriptions below, and considering joining these critical teams. You can also join our College Park
Volunteers group on Facebook here.
College Park Main Street Volunteer Committees
We want Edgewater Drive to convey a visual message about College Park and what it has to offer residents and patrons. This is achieved by improving the physical appearance of buildings, streetlights, parking areas, sidewalks, and window displays along Main Street.
The Design Committee oversees the annual holiday decorating in Albert Park and management of the semi-annual Nip/Tuck community cleanup projects along Edgewater Drive, among other activities.
Meetings are held the 2nd Thursday of each month from 12-1 pm. (Currently online via Zoom)
Chair: Brian Spain
Effective promotion creates a positive image of the community through retail promotional activity and special events, utilizing the community as a stage area for activities.
The Promotions Committee helps with the production and marketing of the community’s unique characteristics through College Park Main Street’s signature events: College Park Spring Fest, College Park JazzFest, and Holiday on the Drive.
Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 5:30-6:30 pm. (Currently online via Zoom)
Chair: Nick Seidule
Economic Vitality Committee
The Economic Vitality Committee strengthens the existing economic base of Edgewater Drive , connects the College Park Main Street’s businesses and business members, and also helps to foster new business development along Edgewater Drive.
Meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 12-1pm. (Currently online via Zoom)
Co-chairs: Jordan Bohannon and Kristen Whipple
Many individuals and organizations in College Park have a stake in the economic viability of the community. The Organization Committee supports the Main Street vitality through branding and marketing efforts with our website, email newsletters, social media, establishing membership levels and benefits, and management of fundraising through the use of grants and other endeavors.
Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 12-1 pm. (Currently online via Zoom)
Chair: Patti Brownsord
Ready to make an impact in College Park?
Apply to a committee.