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The Estacada Development Association (EDA) is a not for profit, non-governmental, locally controlled organization with the goal of building a vibrant downtown as the HEART of our community

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Even though EDA is part of the Main Street Program it doesn’t mean that we work to benefit only Estacada’s businesses on Main Street. The name comes from the idea of Main Street, USA. The program is a locally driven process following the proven Main Street Approach™ which is a practical and comprehensive model capitalizing on downtown’s unique assets. In line with the goals of the Estacada Development Association, the goal of the Oregon Main Street™ Program is to build high quality, livable, and sustainable communities that will grow Oregon’s economy. We work with the Estacada Area Chamber of Commerce and The City of Estacada to build a vibrant downtown for business to thrive, visitors to enjoy and residents to be proud of! 

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Cascading Rivers Scenic Bike Ride

Cascading Rivers Scenic Bike Ride

Since last spring when the bike route from Estacada to Detroit was named the Cascading Rivers Scenic Bikeway, we have been working on the next exciting event — the Cascading Rivers Ride. It will be a two-day, 72-miles-each-way ride  — not for the faint of heart. In fact, the long ride is called the Killer(…)

Main Street Program

Main Street Approach The Main Street Approach is a proven comprehensive approach to downtown commercial district revitalization.

Estacada Station Cycling Plaza

Estacada Station Cycling Plaza

The Estacada Station Cycling Plaza is a striking feature of the new Estacada Streetscape project currently under construction on Broadway Street. It is the perfect starting point for a country ride or gathering place for riding groups. Check out its features just west of City Hall. Bike repair station Signage at Plaza and Park and(…)