City of Homerville
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Homerville Main Street Program

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Historic Station N° 11 Train Depot

Located in the Historic Station N° 11 Train Depot in Downtown Homerville • Driving Directions
40 E. Plant Ave. Homerville, GA 31634 • (912) 487-0714 •
Designed a Classic Main Street Community in 1998
Nationally Accredited Main Street Program since 2005
Our motto is “Where Preservation & Progress Meet”
The Depot is the perfect venue for your next event! 
Our historic train depot won GA Downtown Association's Sensitive Restoration/Rehabilitation Award for 2011
Rental Amenities Include:
Tables & Chairs for 100+ Guests •Digital Projector• Electric Projector Screen •Integrated Sound System• Full Kitchen • Buffet Area • Flexible Floor Plan • Warm Wood Details • Expansive Covered Porch • Wheelchair Accessible • Railroad Memorabilia

Facade Improvement Program

"If it's here...don't buy it there."

Shopping locally isn't just convenient, it is one of the best ways to stabilize our local economy. Not everything is in town, but you might be surprised what you can find locally when you look. Remember...if everyone in Clinch County spent just $10 a week more at home it would generate $3.6 million for our community.


How do we look? 
Design means getting downtown into top physical shape and creating a safe, inviting environment for shoppers, workers, and visitors. Downtown Homerville underwent an $880,000 streetscape project funded by the Georgia DOT Transportation Enhancement Grant. Empire Plaza was created during the project and is located in the heart of downtown. Empire Plaza includes a limestone fountain surrounded by over 900 commemorative engraved brick pavers, benches, additional parking, landscaping, an integrated sound system, and more. Empire Plaza won the 2012 Georgia Downtown Association's Creative Problem Solving Award.

Click below to learn more about Downtown Homerville design standards! 


What do we do?
Promotion takes many forms, but the goal is to create a positive image that will rekindle community pride and improve consumer and investor confidence in the commercial district.

Promotions and events showcase Homerville’s unique characteristics, business establishments to shoppers, investors, potential business and property owners, and visitors. Since 2006, the Homerville Main Street Program's main event is our annual Christmas celebration-Homerville for the Holidays. We collaborate to bring unique cultural experiences to the community and to the school system.

Showcasing our community and local businesses may be why Homerville was recognized in the 2012 Georgia Travel Guide as one of Georgia's great small towns.

In addition to spearheading specific campaigns and planning local events, Homerville Main Street Program works to create marketing materials to promote our community as a whole. Check out our ad in the recent Guide to Clinch County.


How can we help?
Putting together pieces of the economic development puzzle is a daunting task. Homerville Main Street Program is here to help by strengthening our community's existing economic assets and diversifying our economic base. Homerville Main Street Program works with small business owners, potential entrepreneurs, and local officials to navigate funding options and tax incentives, provide training opportunities, and disseminate relevant information.

Homerville Main Street Program and the Clinch County Chamber of Commerce host Small Business Development Courses locally. If you have ever dreamed of being your own boss, want to increase your income, have a home-based business you want to grow contact us TODAY!

Homerville Main Street Program "Where Preservation & Progress Meet!"