who we are
COORDINATOR, EUREKA MAIN STREET
Amanda oversees the Eureka Main Street program. Eureka Main Street, an accredited National Main Street program, began in 1992 and includes the forty-nine blocks between A and I Streets, and the Waterfront to Eighth Street. Amanda is on the board of California Main Street and serves the merchants, professionals, and various community organizations within the district.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life for Eureka's residents, businesses and employees, and visitors through positive actions to attract, retain, and expand businesses within the city.
economic development commission
The Economic Development Commission (EDC) advises the City Council, the City Manager, and City staff in all matters pertaining to Economic Development, including:
- Ongoing analysis of economic development issues and opportunities that have the potential to impact or influence the economy of the City of Eureka;
- Gilding the City's short- and medium-term efforts to promote local economic development;
- Promoting actions that maintain and create high-quality jobs, build Eureka's community assets, create a diverse and resilient economy, and strengthen the City's revenue base;
- Making recommendations to City staff regarding implementation of the most up-to-date City of Eureka Economic Development Strategic Plan.