Main Street DeFuniak Springs believes everyone deserves a beautiful, vibrant downtown – a place that has a thriving local economy, is rich in character, and features inviting public spaces that make residents and visitors feel they belong. We want to celebrate the rich history of our community, while helping breathe new life into our downtown economy.
Walk DeFuniak Springs App: Want to explore the cultural, historical, and architectural treasures of DeFuniak Springs, Florida? There’s an app for that. Just go to Florida Stories Walking Tours, and download the app created by the Florida Humanities Council. With this app you can learn, at your own pace and on your own schedule, what some of Florida’s most unique towns and cities have to offer.
Please take a moment to complete our ongoing Visioning Survey, as part of our Master Plan development. With your help we hope to identify specifically how, why, and where downtown is critical to the resident or visitors’ experience. Your answers will be utilized to help craft the overall vision and draft recommendations over the next coming months. Have your voices heard about a variety of topics relevant to our downtown corridor.
Main Street DeFuniak Springs will host Food Truck Friday on the second Friday of each month in 2022. Local and regional food trucks and trailers will be lined along 886 Baldwin Avenue offering a variety of culinary options from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. The lineup of food trucks will be announced on Main Street’s social media channels. Be sure to follow Main Street DeFuniak Springs on Facebook and Instagram.
Shoppers are invited to stroll the street while browsing local farm stands, food vendors, crafts, & gift items going on now through Saturday, November 19, 2022, at our weekly Farmer’s Market. Occurring in its NEW LOCATION at 804 Baldwin Ave., one block west of its previous home, the market takes place on Baldwin Avenue between S. 8th and S. 9th St., from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Throughout the month of May, Main Street DeFuniak Springs will be spotlighting the “People Saving Places” within the City of DeFuniak Springs on their website, . Preservation-based organizations include the City of DeFuniak Springs and its Magnolia Cemetery, DeFuniak Springs Landmarks, Forward DeFuniak Inc., Tivoli Historical Society, Walton County Heritage Association, and the Walton-DeFuniak Library.