The Holly Springs Downtown Development Authority wants to hear from local business owners to discuss what's in store for the city and how the DDA can help them.
The DDA is hosting a business outreach at 6 p.m. Wednesday March 20 at the Holly Springs Municipal Court chambers. The outreach will precede the DDA's monthly meeting, which will start at 6:30 p.m.
Carla Hoenshel, chair of the DDA, said about six people have confirmed they'll attend the event, but added several others have expressed interest in possibly attending.
The event is open to any business owner in Holly Springs.
Along with how the DDA can help current business owners, Hoenshel said the meeting will also touch on how the city can attract more businesses.
Hoenshel said the meeting will also catch business owners "up to speed" on the what the city has in store for the downtown, including possibly starting improvement projects that would enhance pedestrian safety throughout the downtown area.
She also said the meeting will be designed for business owners to provide feedback on what the city and the DDA can do to make the economic environment more favorable.
"We want to keep the business owners we have and do what we can to help them maintain their business here," she added.
Business owners who wish to attend the event can RSVP here.