About Main Street
Midvale's Historic Center
Midvale's Main Street is the historic center of Midvale City, located in the heart of Salt Lake County, Utah. Main Street has a long history of vibrant businesses, arts, and culture. In the next few years, a new wave of investment in Main Street will bring more people to live and work in the heart of our city. This investment is intended to attract private capital investment, create jobs, and contribute to the economic vitality and prosperity of Midvale City. Join our community as we look forward to new and exciting things on Main Street in the heart of Midvale!
Main street blog
History, business, arts, culture, food & all the things that make a great Main Street!
Thank you for your interest in revitalizing our Main Street here in Midvale. We are hosting a follow-up open house focused on the Main Street neighborhood next week, Wednesday, May 9 from 5-7 pm. We’d love to see you there! Since the first open house, we’ve been working on developing goals and strategies for phased[…]
Walkability is something we all enjoy in a neighborhood. Midvale’s Main Street neighborhood is one of the most walkable in the city, with high quality infrastructure for pedestrians, and destinations concentrated along Main Street. Midvale itself is the third most walkable community in Utah! With an average walkscore of 49, Midvale is well above the[…]
On February 28, 2018 the Redevelopment Agency of Midvale City hosted a public open house focused on Main Street. The purpose of the open house was to gather public input about the Main Street area as part of the public planning process for the production of a “small area plan”. Together with surveys and stakeholder[…]
Most Utahn’s know that many places in our state are famous for Westerns and Sci-Fi movies. But did you know that several movies – many of them iconic – and TV shows have been filmed on Midvale’s Main Street? Main Street is a popular filming location because of its historical authenticity. It looks like a[…]
Art and culture help educate our community, spark creativity and give meaning to our lives. Located on the corner of Main and Center, the Midvale Arts Council (MAC) has existed for over 30 years. Midvale City formally established the MAC by resolution in 1985 as a mechanism to promote the arts and rich cultural heritage[…]
Last week we had the opportunity to sit down with Mayor Robert Hale to discuss his vision for Main Street. Hale, who was raised in Murray and has lived in Midvale since 1969. He’s seen Main Street in its many phases over the last (almost) 50 years. As a child, Hale recalls using Main Street[…]
Midvale’s Main Street neighborhood is home to a wide variety of businesses. Big Mountain Barbell is a big draw to Midvale’s Main Street. The gym, located at 741 Smelter St., provides an amazing array of equipment and services for beginners to competitors. Big Mountain Barbell’s 11,000 square foot facility boasts high-quality equipment, locker rooms, a[…]
Don’t forget to join in on a discussion about the future of Midvale’s Main Street! The Midvale City Redevelopment Agency will be hosting a public open house focused on Main Street. Join us: When: Wednesday February 28, 2018 Time: 5 pm to 7 pm Where: Midvale City Hall, Dahl Room Who: Everyone interested in the[…]
¡Queremos escuchar de ti! ¿Qué partes de la calle de Midvale Main Street crees que necesitan apoyo? ¿Qué tipo de mejoras se pueden hacer? ¡Siga este enlace para hacer una breve encuesta de 20 preguntas sobre sus pensamientos sobre cómo la calle principal de Midvale podría revitalizarse! Esta encuesta estará “en vivo” hasta abril de[…]
The Midvale City Redevelopment Agency will be hosting a public open house focused on Main Street! Join us: When: Wednesday February 28, 2018 Time: 5 pm to 7 pm Where: Midvale City Hall, Dahl Room Who: Everyone interested in the future of our Main Street This open house is part of a public planning process[…]