The Ashtabula Downtown Development Association (ADDA) mission statement:
Our mission is to lead, assist, and support activities that
enhance the quality of life in the downtown community.
The ADDA works closely with the City of Ashtabula, The Ashtabula Area Chamber of Commerce, area schools and other civic organizations who are dedicated to the revitalization and growth of the city of Ashtabula and surrounding regions.
Our calendar has an ever-growing list of retail and community activities for all ages, and during all seasons.
The ADDA is a seventy plus-member strong organization formed in 2004 to combine the efforts of business owners and concerned citizens to facilitate the growth and revitalization of Ashtabula’s downtown.
The Ashtabula Downtown Development Association has been a member of Heritage Ohio since 2008, and is using the Main Street Approach to assist in it's revitalization and preservation efforts.
Executive Committee Officers:
President: Lynda Annick, Michaels Furniture Co.
Vice President: Marty Cephas, Huntington Bank
Treasurer: Mary Lou Howe
Secretary: Carol Johnson
Other members of the Ashtabula Downtown Development Association Executive Committee are:
Rick Coblitz, A. Louis Supply Co.
Jane Haines, Ultimate Appearance
Carmen Kuula, Ashtabula County Community Action Agency
Josephine Misener, Ashtabula City Council
Roberta Madar-Pruett, Madar Appraisals
Jim Timonere, Ashtabula City Manager
Oscar Tomasio, Casa Capelli Restaurant
The Ashtabula Downtown Development Association's by-laws have been revised to reflect our merger with Imagine Ashtabula.
ADDA will have regular office hours on Mondays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Ashtabula County Chamber of Commerce, 4536 Main Ave, Ashtabula. Stop in, or send an e-mail at email@example.com. **
Ashtabula Downtown Development Association
PO Box 362
Ashtabula, OH 44005-0362