Willamette is more than just a neighborhood in Clackamas County’s city of West Linn. It is both the historic core of town, providing a sense of community and place, and a group of volunteer merchants and residents dedicated to preserving small town charm and a healthy economy among great shops, services and restaurants. Implementing the Main Street Four Point Approach™, which has been successful in over 2,000 cities and towns across America, will attain these goals. The four points include the Design, Economic Vitality, Organization and Promotions.
Historic Willamette Main Street’s mission is to celebrate and preserve the rich history and natural beauty of the area, invest in the heart of our downtown by promoting our local businesses. Our purpose is to foster an inclusive, diverse community where local residents and visitors feel welcome to dine, shop, connect and socialize with others.
About Our Meetings
Our Board meets on the first Thursday of each month at 5:30pm. We invite you to join us and learn more about how we can best serve our community. If interested in coming to a meeting, please send an email.
Volunteers welcome! We know it takes a village. If YOU have the time, resources and the know how we’d love to plug you into one of our committees. Committees include Design, Economic Vitality, Organization and Promotions. Be involved and lend your talents in shaping the future of our great district. If interested in learning more about becoming a volunteer, please send us an email.
Volunteer Board of Directors
Executive Director, Rebecca Hollenbeck
President, Shannen Knight – Business Owner, Resident
Vice President, Currently Open
Secretary, Currently Open
Treasurer, Brad Hulquist – Resident
Lacey Sprague – Resident
Jody Carson – Resident
Pauline Beatty – Resident
Kristine Smith – Resident
Design – Jody Carson, Chair
Economic Vitality – Shannen Knight, Chair
Organization – OPEN, Chair
Promotions – OPEN, Chair
COUNTY AND STATE SUPPORT
Clackamas County, Catherine Grubowski-Johnson – Main Street Liaison
Oregon Main Street Program, Sheri Stuart