The mission of the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is to encourage historic preservation, to create and implement development plans, to promote economic growth, and to correct and prevent deterioration in the District.
Our 3rd annual Toys for Tots Tuesday's starts tomorrow! 20% of our sales will benefit the children in Jackson!
The soups of the day are Wisconsin Cheese & Homemade Chili.
The pizza for lunch is ham &...
Shop Downtown Jackson and keep your dollars LOCAL! Spend local and win big this holiday season! For each $150 you spend in Downtown Jackson between November 27 and December 21, you can enter for a c...
Happy SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY!!! Make your way to downtown Jackson today to support your local businesses!! EAT LOCAL.. SHOP LOCAL... Lots of fun and awesome things going on today!!! #SHOPSMALL ... See MoreSee Less
We hope everyone had a safe and happy Thanksgiving!! Don't forget tomorrow is SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY and there are lots of awesome things going on DOWNTOWN JACKSON!! Support your local businesses and #SHOPSMALL 💙 ... See MoreSee Less
So many GREAT SALES going on DOWNTOWN JACKSON this weekend! Don't miss out this SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28th for SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY!! ... See MoreSee Less
Dresses starting at $29, Shop Small Saturday, November 28th, 10-3pm only.
Samples blown out at additional 10%off marked down prices!
All special orders 10%off, with additional 10% off orders paid in ...
Live local. Buy local. Create local. Jackson’s two largest employers are working with community officials in an attempt to promote and create a vibrant downtown, officials from Consumers Energy and Allegiance Health confirmed. Dubbed the “Anchor... read more
After over 6 years of service, the DDA and Executive Director Jonathan Greene are parting ways, though Greene is not actually leaving Jackson. In 2013, the City of Jackson approached the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) about sharing staff resources. Greene became... read more
Overview of June 29 – July 3 What was completed this week: All Michigan Ave. properties between Blackstone St. and Francis St. are now being served by new gas mains and sanitary sewers. Consumers Energy has completed the replacement of the gas main through the... read more