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Presque Isle Downtown Revitalization Committee

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About Us
The Presque Isle Downtown Revitalization Committee (PIDRC) is our community program for improving and maintaining the heart of our city. It is a volunteer-driven organization working to revitalize downtown Presque Isle. Our mission is to encourage business development within the downtown area which in turn will increase the number of downtown patrons.

PIDRC partners with businesses, as well as civic and professional, individuals and educational organizations as we work to achieve our economic, aesthetic and event goals. We want Downtown Presque Isle to be a destination for both its citizens and visitors from afar. The revitalization of downtown Presque Isle is important for our economy and will have lasting effects for future generations. We encourage you to join us in our efforts. Meeting and Subcommittee information as well as upcoming events are listed on the City's Community Calendar and Meeting page. For up to date information on events and other downtown information, follow us on Facebook.

Sub-Committee Areas of Focus
Downtown Presque Isle is the first thing new visitors see when entering PI. We are working to enhance the appearance of the downtown by adding in flowers, banners, etc.

Economic Development
The PIDRC is an important part of driving economic revitalization into the Downtown merchants and shops. PIDRC members shape policy with City subcommittees for economic success. Projects members of the PIDRC have been apart of include the City's 30-year Downtown Redevelopment Plan, Downtown TIF District, and Downtown Façade Program. 

Promotional Events & Activities
Each year, the PIDRC brings the 6 part Rockin' on Riverside concert series to Riverside Drive and works to bring additional events and activities to the downtown.

Officers & Board Members

Matt McGinley, President
Christy Daggett, Vice President
Danielle Cyr, Secretary
Floyd Rockholt, Treasurer

Rod Cameron
Shawn Cunningham
Dennis Koch
Jim Carroll, City Council
Hank King, City Council