Main Street Collierville invites you to join our many members and volunteers ...
who actively support the renewal and preservation of our historic dictrict.
Download a volunteer application here
Make a tax deductible donation online to help strengthen and preserve the Collierville Historic District.
The heartbeat of Main Street Collierville, a variety of businesses line the square. Come and experience the quaint shops and restaurants that will make your visit to the town sqaure an experience to be remembered. Read More>
Civil War App
The Civil War in Tennessee tells the story of a state divided and a population at the mercy of total war. This complimentary app provides maps, memorabilia and images of people, arms, and documents that tell the stories of everyday citizens and soldiers. Download The App
Summer Concert Series
Partners In Preservation Party
Tennessee Specialty License Plates
Click here to order your license plates.
Main Street Directors Meeting
ECD's Tennessee Main Street Program held its Statewide Winter Meeting in January in downtown Nashville. Main Street directors from certified Tennessee Main Street communities across the state attended the two day session to exchange best practices, learn about new resources and network with fellow directors. Also joining the meeting were speakers Dr. Bridget Jones, Cumberland Region Tomorrow; Pamela Bartholomew, Department of Agriculture; and Brooxie Carlton, ECD.
Main Street Collierville is proud to announce
"Historic Collierville" specialty license plates,
the latest opportunity for you, your families, and
friends to support our Collierville legacy while
proudly showcasing our community and its ideals
to the mid-South and beyond. Read More
The tranquil setting of the Historic Downtown Collierville area not only serves as the backdrop for weddings but it also allows brides and grooms to have a chance to take in the beauty of the area. Read More
Town History Wiki
Check out the new online History of Collierville
wiki. This is the first step in creating an online history of the town. The site includes photos, census information, maps, video, and more.
Funds provided in part by the State of TN Department of Economic & Community Development Main Street/Green Street Innovation Grant