Residents invited to help transport Downtown Seguin into the future; Citizens encouraged to have their voices heard during Downtown Open House
Posted on 10/18/2016 7:26:00 AM.

(Seguin) --  “Downtown should serve as the primary hub to which the rest of the City responds.  Attract downtown visits, downtown stays, and downtown spending.” This is the opening statement of the Seguin Comprehensive Plan’s chapter on downtown.

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Central Park Summer Concert Series kicks off with Big Band sounds
Posted on 6/2/2016 7:45:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- June 5th marks the beginning of the Central Park Summer Concert Series hosted in downtown Seguin by the Seguin Main Street Program. Kicking off the series will be the Comal Community Band which is conducted by Alfred Tapia. The San Antonio native served in the Army as a musician and Bandmaster until he retired in 1984. During his service Tapia conducted bands in Vietnam, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, the German Democratic Republic, France and Morocco. He has remained an active musician in the San Antonio area since including being a member of many other bands, teaching, and also conducting.

Central Park Summer Concert Series, Seguin Main Street Program

Downtown survey now available online
Posted on 5/11/2016 7:14:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Posts on social networking sites are good but sometimes the real changes come via an old fashioned survey. That's exactly how the Seguin Main Street Program is tackling plans for the future.
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Historic Aumont Hotel sells, marks latest private investment in downtown Seguin
Posted on 5/10/2016 7:46:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The keys have officially been turned over to the new owners of the historic Aumont Hotel. The Seguin Main Street Program is celebrating the latest private investment in downtown Seguin.
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Main Street Program says thank you to its volunteers
Posted on 4/19/2016 8:26:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- April is National Volunteer Month and from the National Main Street Program down to small town Main Street Programs, they are all taking the opportunity to recognize the volunteers assisting in the redevelopment of downtowns across the nation.  In 2015, 113,533 volunteer hours were logged in the 87 Texas Main Street communities, which has an industry value of almost $2.8 million.
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