March 1, 2020

Are you interested in participating in the Waterville Community Garden in 2020?  If so, now is the time to reserve your raised bed with Amy Larsen at the Waterville Library. There is limited space - based on participation in 2019, we expect the raised beds to be reserved quickly in 2020.  The cost is $25 to participate and that will cover all water for the growing season. The comm...

December 13, 2018

The  Waterville Main Street Association  would like to thank all who contributed in one way or another to the success of the 2018 annual lighting of our town's Christmas tree.  They are: Waterville branch of NCNB,  Lori Leming, Michael Davies, The Proclaiming Brass, Pioneer Park Deli, A & G Brothers Construction,  Knemeyers, the Federated Church, and the Town of Waterville....

September 12, 2018

As promised, we are providing an update with photos from the Community Garden (The Badger Patch).  We had a very successful first growing season and enjoyed seeing all of the variety of what was grown.  We hope everyone who participated this year had a great experience and we look forward to the 2019 gardens! 

August 11, 2018

Thank you to the following generous community members and area businesses for helping Waterville Days 2018 be a wonderful success: 

  • Auntie Bling's

  • Burrows Tractor

  • Don and Cindy Sangster

  • Douglas County PUD

  • Erica Stoddard

  • High Line Grain Growers

  • Jones & Jones ~ Betts

  • Kendrick Family

  • Kenner Automotive

  • Kurt Holes

  • LocalTel


June 8, 2018

The Douglas County Museum has a new director, Lori Leming, and along with a new leadership, the exterior sign has a fresh and bright new look..  The Waterville Main Street Association's Design Committee worked with Kimberly Gormley of Signs Ecetera on the design, and we thank the Museum's Board of Directors for the opportunity to contribute to their wonderful facility.

The Mus...

May 12, 2018

The Waterville Main Street Association has always thought having a small farmer's market downtown might be something that visitors and residents alike might appreciate.  Because most of the ground here is solid clay and difficult to garden in, we thought if we provided good dirt and a place where our community could gather, grow healthy food, and learn from possible classes given...

April 29, 2018

The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation sponsored the annual Main Street conference which was held in Port Townsend, WA April 23-25.  Jill Thompson and Lisa Davies attended, bringing a variety of new ideas and thoughts back to Waterville regarding the preservation of our downtown buildings, along with the supporting of our present business community.

There is always a varied...

March 29, 2018

Thanks to the Port of Douglas County Commissioners with their suggestion to the Pangborn Airport Director, we were able to place a 4'x4' quilt in their terminal.  We are truly honored...

March 21, 2018

We are pleased to welcome Debbie Angillely and Juanita Malone who have realized their longtime dream of owning a business.  They have opened the Pioneer Park Deli located at 114 W. Locust Street, offering breakfast and lunch 6 days a week, along with ice cream and milkshakes.  They are also hosting the Waterville Visitors Center, and have local art on display.  If you would like t...

February 28, 2015

>> The WatervilleMain Street Association received a Lifetime Membership donation from the Central Washington Grain Growers.  They are very appreciative of the Grain Growers’ support.


>> North Cascades Bank contributed to the WMA through the B&O Tax Credit program.


>> The Waterville Main Street Association Promotions Committee has begun a cord collection/recycling effort to h...

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