• Drone View of 300 Block - East Main Street, Ottumwa
  • Appanoose Rapids Prior to Restoration
  • Appanoose Rapids Following Facade Improvement
  • Appanoose Rapids Following Renovation
  • El Rancho Grande Facade Renovation Beginning
  • El Rancho Grande Facade Restoration in Progress
  • El Rancho Grande Following Facade Renovation
  • 100 Block of East Main Prior as Facade Renovation Begins
  • Cover Removed - Former Plow Boy Building
  • Renovation Nearing Completion
  • Side View Including Owl's Nest
  • 200 Block East Main Prior to Facade Renovation
  • Metal Cover Removal
  • Look What Was Underneath the Metal Cover!
  • Rear of 334 East Main Adjacent to Historic Jefferson Street Viaduct
  • Rear of 334 East Main Following Renovation
  • Interior View of Top Hat Coffee 228 East Main
  • Planter Located in Canteen Alley
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  • Aerial View of Central Park with Main Street Ottumwa Trees of Love
Drone View of 300 Block - East Main Street, Ottumwa1 Appanoose Rapids Prior to Restoration2 Appanoose Rapids Following Facade Improvement3 Appanoose Rapids Following Renovation4 El Rancho Grande Facade Renovation Beginning5 El Rancho Grande Facade Restoration in Progress6 El Rancho Grande Following Facade Renovation7 100 Block of East Main Prior as Facade Renovation Begins8 Cover Removed - Former Plow Boy Building9 Renovation Nearing Completion10 Side View Including Owl's Nest11 200 Block East Main Prior to Facade Renovation12 Metal Cover Removal13 Look What Was Underneath the Metal Cover!14 Rear of 334 East Main Adjacent to Historic Jefferson Street Viaduct15 Rear of 334 East Main Following Renovation16 Interior View of Top Hat Coffee 228 East Main17 Planter Located in Canteen Alley18 Main Street Ottumwa History Walk Volunteers19 Aerial View of Central Park with Main Street Ottumwa Trees of Love20
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Main Street Ottumwa Mission Statement: The mission of the Main Street Ottumwa program is to improve the social and economic well-being of our district by capitalizing on the unique identity, assets and character of our downtown area using the comprehensive Main Street Four Point Approach®.

The Photos Show the Continuing Accomplishments of the Main Street Ottumwa Program.  Not Only are Buildings Being Renovated and Facades Restored, but our Ottumwa Community is Very Involved in our Main Street Ottumwa District.  Businesses, Upper Story Housing, and Community Events are Returning to Downtown Ottumwa.   The Main Street Ottumwa Board Members and Volunteers Make Our Program Happen!   Fred Zesiger, MSO Executive Director.  

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