Our Committees
ADDC follows a process called the Four Point Approach: Organization, Promotion, Economic Restructuring, & Design. These pillars help to support our mission. This approach is a comprehensive revitalization process designed to improve all aspects of a downtown, producing both intangible and tangible benefits.

Organization Committee

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The Organization Committee keeps our house in order!  Currently it is the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors but we are looking to expand by adding a few key volunteers.  Are you good at coordinating efforts and managing small projects?  We have some options for you.

Purpose of the Organization Committee

The Organization Committee plays a key role in keeping the board, committees, staff, and progress plan in good shape by attracting people and money to the organization.

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Planning and conducting the annual training for the Board of Directors
  2. Organizing and conducting the annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner
  3. Work to building new sources of funding for a portion of the program’s total annual budget
  4. Acquaint new board and committee members with Downtown Albemarle’s goals, activities, policies, and procedures

Current Projects

  1. Finalize the volunteer package
  2. Maintain policies and procedures

Committee Members

Tamara Singletary, chair
Nancy Joines
Blake Martin

*Meetings are on an As Needed Basis

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Promotion Committee

Are you outgoing, enjoy having loads of social media “friends”, a great marketer, always involved in your [Fill in the blank] _________________[neighborhood outings, kids sporting events, church functions, youth events, other]  AND… (most importantly!) Do you want to see Downtown Albemarle flourish? If this sounds like you, then we can use your talent.

Purpose of the Promotion Committee

The job of the Promotion Committee is to PROMOTE downtown as the center of commerce, culture, and community life for residents and visitors alike.

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Monitor community and consumer perceptions of the downtown and seek to reverse negative attitudes and build on positive ones
  2. Build strong network of volunteers to help implement promotional programs and establish good working relationships with community organizations, charities, school clubs, and other groups that might participate in promotional activities
  3. Assist the committee chair to prepare an annual plan of work for the committee.
  4. Assist with marketing the Board approved annual events
  5. Work toward building new sources of funding for the promotional budget.
  6. Monitor the effectiveness and economic impact of special events.
  7. Establish a sound working relationship with local media

Committee Members

Nancy Lipe, chair
Kristi Treptow
Tiffany Dahle
Betty Crook
Connie Goins

*Meetings are on an As Needed Basis

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Design Committee

Are you into design and architecture?  Do you love to beautify the places you frequent?   If the answer is yes, then we need you to help us beautify Downtown Albemarle!

Purpose of the Design Committee

The Design Committee plays a key role in shaping the physical image of Downtown as a place that is attractive to shoppers, investors, business owners, and visitors.

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Assist the committee chair to prepare an annual plan of work and budget for the committee
  2. Review all Façade Grant applications upon receipt.  Make recommendations as needed
  3. Work with the City of Albemarle to guide the future growth and impact of the district through changes in policies and ordinances
  4. Continue to review and expand the visual and functional enhancements in the ADDC service area
  5. Promote awareness of downtown design and historic preservation issues throughout the community and monitor design changes throughout downtown
  6. Continue to raise funds for the downtown plantings with the Holiday Tour of Homes event

Current Projects

  1. Planning the Tour of Homes event
  2. Assisting the City of Albemarle Planning and Community Development Department with a suggested building maintenance code
  3. Awarding downtown businesses with a “Downtown Business Award
  4. Raising funds to continue the Facade Grant Program

Committee Members

Casey Greene
Kent Harkey
Nancy Joines
Joyce Lambert
Richard Lambert
Gina Martin
Beth Roberts
Karmen Russell
Mary Senter

*Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of each month @ 5:30 pm in the Community Room of City Hall

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Economic Restructuring Committee

Do you want to see more viable businesses make Downtown Albemarle their home? If you have a mind for business and want to help us create opportunities for business growth in downtown, then we need your talent!

Purpose of Economic Restructuring Committee

The job of the Economic Restructuring Committee is to identify new market opportunities for the Municipal Service Tax District (MSTD) by finding new use for historic commercial buildings and stimulate investment in property.

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Promote the downtown as a good place for business
  2. Assist the committee chair to prepare an annual plan of work for the committee.
  3. Identify ways to help strengthen existing businesses.
  4. Recruit complementary businesses to fill building vacancies
  5. Identify ways to develop underutilized space in the ADDC service area.
  6. Maintain a building inventory.
  7. Build relationships with other organizations who share an economic development focus.
  8. Monitor sales leakage

*Meetings on on an As Needed Basis

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Get In Touch

144 N Second St. Albemarle, NC 28001

Mailing Address:
PO Box 2123 Albemarle, NC 28002

Telephone: 704-984-9415

Email: admin@albemarledowntown.com

Hours: M-F: 8am – 5pm

NC Main Street Designated CommunityAlbemarle Downtown Development Corporation (ADDC) is a North Carolina Main Street Community, designated by the NC Department of Commerce and Main Street & Rural Planning Center.  ADDC is charged with administering the program at the local level and building a public-private partnership to spur economic development in partnership with the state agency.