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Welcome to our Creative, Diverse, and Eclectic downtown  home to wonderful boutiques, a large selection of international restaurants, downtown parks, and other civic amenities. Downtown also hosts several community events each year, including the Oatmeal FestivalArt Night Out, and Peach Festival.

Visit
 Mary Miller Theater  Bob L. Burger Recreation Center
 Miner's Museum  Festival Plaza
 Art on the Street - Sculpture Exhibit  Wilson Community Gardens
 City Hall  Alley Art Amazin'

Our History
The downtown business corridor is located in Old Town Lafayette and runs primarily along Public Road and Simpson Street. For information about the city’s founder, Mary Miller, and our rich coal mining and agricultural history, read about Historic Lafayette.

Vision Plan
In 2011, a Downtown Vision Plan was adopted by the Lafayette Urban Renewal Authority to set forth policies for the future of downtown and to outline a strategy to continue the area’s revitalization. The plan is advisory and serves as a guide for public decisions related to development within the downtown area. It is intended to provide the city and stakeholders with a guiding document based on market reality, community sentiment, and economic feasibility.

Public Parking
Find Public Parking in Old Town:
600 S. Public  Road — North of Lafayette Florist
309 S. Public Road — Behind the Starkey Building and Festival Plaza
103 N. Public Road — Behind the businesses at the northwest corner of Simpson and Public
101 S. Public Road — Behind Anspach’s Jewelry (Simpson/Public)



Contact Us
Jenn Ooton
LURA Executive Director
Email

303-665-5588 x1265
Fax: 303-665-2153

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