The citizens of Prophetstown, Illinois, had a vision of revitalization for their Main Street. Prophetstown has worked hard to revitalize the Main Street by a facade grant, a good membership base, and excellent volunteers who work with the City of Prophetstown and the businesses to grow together and make Prophetstown a wonderful place to work, raise children and retire. In 2005, the town was named “The Most Arts-Friendly Small Town in Illinois” by the Illinois Art Alliance Foundation.
Prophetstown remains true to the hallmarks of small-town life: Friendly, caring people; established local institutions and businesses, pride in well-maintained homes and offices, schools, city facilities and parks, and a strong faith community.
Click here to download the latest edition of our newsletter, Prophetstown's Main Street Matters.
The 32nd Annual Lighted Christmas Parade is coming up Nov. 25, 2017. Entries are due November 20th. Click here to download a parade entry form.