TIPP CITY, OHIO
Downtown Tipp City is an Organization that strives to enhance, preserve, and promote the historic retail and dining district in Tipp City, Ohio. You have seen our program at work every day when you walk through our district.
5445 S. St. Rt. 202, Tipp City, OH 45371
Downtown Tipp City, INC
Location: 6 South Third Street, Tipp City, OH 45371
We have Membership Levels for every budget.
Community Supporters can give any amount that you would like to invest. Non-profit organizations can become a member at $75 Small Businesses (under 100 employees) $100 Corporate Partners (over 100 employees) $500 The 1840 Club. We also would like to introduce a new funding level called the 1840 Club.
1840 was the year Tipp City was founded and in an effort to maintain the historic fabric of Downtown we ask that you consider becoming a member of the 1840 Club. For $18.40 per month or a one time yearly donation of $220.80 you will receive a canvas tote bag with our new 1840 Club Logo for you to use when you shop local.
Downtown Tipp City directly serves the merchants, businesses, organizations, residents, and property owners of Tipp City; this work also impacts the surrounding area and community. If you want to support this effort, whether you are a resident, business or organization, your Partnership with Downtown Tipp City in the efforts to support this mission will be greatly appreciated. Join and help shape your Downtown!
Thank you graciously to all our financial supporters who contribute to the preservation and promotion of the historical downtown Tipp City district!
Downtown Tipp City is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and a National Trust for Historic Preservation and Heritage Ohio organization. The DTCP is the leading advocate for downtown business and property owners. We directly serve the business owners, property owners, and residents of downtown Tipp City, but our work also impacts the surrounding community and visitors. A healthy, active, economically strong town center supports stable property values, good schools, and civic involvement throughout the City, not just in the downtown area.