The Economic Vitality committee deals with the business aspect of downtown.  Members study the economic situation of Main Street and work to improve economic activity and building utilization.  It is the job of this committee to offer incentives to encourage businesses to move into the downtown area.  They also brainstorm ways to help improve use of buildings and public space that are vacant or struggling.  The Economic Vitality Committee monitors activity in downtown and studies what is working well and what could be improved.  By helping struggling businesses, considering alternative uses for vacant buildings, and working with the other committees to make a plan for downtown, the Economic Vitality Committee works to improve the economic aspects of downtown.

The current chair of the Economic Vitality Committee is Warren Judy.

Members of the Economic Vitality Committee see alternate uses for old buildings and spaces, and want to help existing businesses prosper.