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The Wilton Main Street Association is a non-profit organization operated by a Board of Directors in Wilton, NH.

The program emphasizes ongoing incremental economic development through a four point approach. In 1998 Wilton was selected as a NH Main Street Community and is a certified Main Street Community by the National Main Street Center.


WMSA Mission Statement: Our mission is to promote a climate in which our community is thriving.



Our Approach to Town Revitalization 

There are many things people do to make their house a home.  In like fashion, we are striving to make a "home" of our fair town of Wilton.  We develop and present opportunities for visitors and residents alike to interact with our merchants and with each other.  We have many excellent businesses that offer a rare or one-of-a-kind experience.  Our artists' community thrives; we offer some of the best chocolates available anywhere; and we invite you to step back into the golden age of movies at our beloved Town Hall Theater.  Not to mention the great dining opportunities at our five excellent restaurants.

We strive to involve both the public and private sectors in our commitment to the success of our town.  We do for the community that which is desirable, but which is beyond the scope of a public institution.

See our Projects and Events Page for more about what we do!


Board of Directors
first Wednesday of each month6:

Design Committee

second Tuesday of each month 5:30pm


Meetings are held in the WMSA office

Please feel free to drop in if you're interested in getting active in your community


Board of Directors
Alison Meltzer - President

Michelle Levesque - Treasurer

Leslie Rook - Clerk​

Bobby Levesque

Renee Munroe​

Melanie Chouinard

 Katherine Schimke

Design Committee

Patsy Belt - Chair

Mickey Pieterse

Alison Meltzer

Lynne Stone​​

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