The Oyster Bay Main Street Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating a healthy economy in an attractive hamlet, while maintaining the downtown’s historic integrity. We engage the public and private sectors to revitalize the heart of Oyster Bay through responsible preservation, beautification, community events, educational outreach, and business development.
The inviting gateways to Oyster Bay, including the waterfront, Route 106, and the Long Island Railroad, lead to an aesthetically pleasing historic downtown. Visitors and residents alike are impressed by the artistic and cultural attractions, including appealing diverse restaurants and shops. Walking through the downtown, one can view public art and a pleasing streetscape, which provides outdoor seasonal dining. Museums and an accessible waterfront provide an engaging family-friendly experience.
Strategic Goal #1 - Organization Goal
Increase public awareness of OBMSA as an agent for positive change in the district by coordinating people, partners, and resources to support the ongoing revitalization efforts.
Strategic Goal #2 - Promotion Goal
Create and support activities and events to generate excitement, local pride, and commerce in the historic downtown.
Strategic Goal #3 - Design Goal
Preserve and enhance historic resources and local character through appropriate design, to make downtown Oyster Bay visually appealing, clean, and safe for residents and visitors.
Strategic Goal #4 - Economic Restructuring Goal
Support and retain existing businesses, while working to attract diverse new businesses to create a more sustainable local economy.