Resource Details

Arts & Culture, Economic Development

Wisconsin Downtown Action Council

WDAC champions downtown as a key component of smart growth; provides a toolbox for local/regional comprehensive planning and helps communities develop a quality downtown plan; educates developers on the benefits of downtown; works to identify and remove barriers to downtown development; and coordinates with other organizations to promote smart growth for downtowns.

Eligibility

Partners with organizations interested in revitalizing Wisconsin's downtowns into vibrant social and economic centers.

Top Benefits

  • Peer-to-peer learning and networking opportunities
  • Collaboration opportunities and partnerships
  • Access to a variety of tools focused on downtown revitalization

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