top of page

main street is open.

We are excited to welcome you to downtown Monroe and pick up where we left off!

You'll still find your favorite restaurants, stores and businesses, plus new spots, events, and our 11th annual summer theme.

The health of our visitors and guests has been our number one priority. We take the process of doing business during the COVID pandemic very seriously. In fact, we started a mask up campaign before the county did.

Our aim is to make shopping, dining and conducting business as easy and safe as possible. Main Street exists to assist the businesses in the district in every conceivable way. We are continuously working with state officials to provide up-to-date information on operating procedures to keep employees and customers as safe as possible.


Can you guess how much money Main Street raised for businesses during quarantine? Click HERE for more about Main Street Rocks and our LIVE! shopping nights.


Please help by following the guidelines below. Check out Green County Health's official webpage for more ways stay safe.

Thank you!

"Open" Sign

What to Expect


Nearly all retailers are open with normal capacities.


Be patient, be kind, and take the opportunity to enjoy walking around the district.


Many of the eateries have expanded their outdoor dining, but it can still fil up fast! Call ahead or place your order to go. There are several public seating areas throughout downtown.


Call ahead to to arrange a private shopping hour. Online shopping is available for some businesses.


Contact us! We are here to help you arrange your visit, answer questions, and give you detailed store information to fit your exact needs and interests.

green county public health department guidelines


Fully vaccinated people can: Resume activities without wearing masks or physically distancing, except where required byrules and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance


Avoid touching your face, eyes, mouth, and nose.


Cough and sneeze into your elbow.


Wash your hands with soap and water.


Use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.


When you are feeling unwell, stay home. 


Clean frequently touched surfaces.

bottom of page