The purpose of the El Dorado Main Street is to enhance our downtown identity and heritage, to foster a center of activity for both business and recreation and to ensure economic stability for the heart of El Dorado through concentrated efforts of design, promotion, organization and business enhancement.

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Partnerships- Businesses

City of El Dorado


Commerce Bank
AseraCare Hospice


State Farm Bonnie Buckman
Sungroup Real Estate
El Dorado True Care
Security 1st Title
El Dorado USD 490
Savage Services
Spencer, Wernli & Wilson Advisors

Posh In An Upper Class Way
Farm Bureau Financial -Tom Faudere
PKHLS Architecture
Copies Plus
Wilson Chiropractic
Emprise Bank
Mediation Works, LLC.

Partnerships – Individuals

Partnerships – Non Profits

Coutt's Museum
First United Methodist Church

Partnerships- Home Based Business

Scentsy-Cindy Mann
Wildtree-Rachel Tipton
HYPR Marketing-Deanna Bonn
Tastefully Simple-Danae Johnson

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El Dorado Carnegie Library

101 S. Star

1619647_857493937610750_6526700156456494300_nThe El Dorado Carnegie Library is a former public library, constructed in 1912. Did you know that El Dorado has ties to one of this country’s most famous and wealthiest families? Andrew Carnegie was one of America’s most successful industrialists. It was Andrew Carnegie that made the El Dorado Carnegie Library possible with a $10,000 grant. In 1959, a new library was built in El Dorado; as a result this building was eventually purchased privately and in the 1980s it was renovated and converted into private offices. It is currently the home of PKHLS Architecture.

999942_792682974091847_1508597682_nThis two story limestone building is a Classical Revival style (Classical Revival – Characteristics of Classical Revival include colossal porticos, large columns, pilasters, pedimented windows, and domes. The buildings are generally masonry structures of monumental proportions, using terra cotta, brick, and stone materials.). The building is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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