• EOTW's

    Mission & Vision for Warrenton

    Our Mission at EOTW

    Our mission is to foster and inspire an environment in Old Town Warrenton that enhances economic vitality while preserving the historic character of the community; and to promote a rich and appealing cultural atmosphere to live, play and do business.

    Our Vision for Warrenton

    We envision Warrenton as a place with strong character and history. It has a lively Old Town where vitality fills the streets. People enjoy an authentic small-town experience that boasts a welcoming and safe environment for everyone. It is a vibrant and charming community filled with thriving businesses, exceptional public service and all the elements necessary to make Warrenton a place where people like to live, shop, work and play.

  • EOTW's Statement of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

    Internal

    EOTW’s board is comprised of people from all walks of life representing a variety of ages, religions, ethnicities, genders, cultural, and political views, all working towards one common mission. We are committed to cultivating and preserving a culture of inclusion and connectedness. EOTW believes diversity empowers us to have open conversations, coming together to explore new ideas and seek out new opportunities. We believe we are better able to serve our community with a diverse board and staff whose unique perspectives encourage growth and inspire equitable outcomes.

    External

    EOTW celebrates and embraces the collective sum of the individual differences, life experiences, knowledge, innovation, self-expression, and talent that our merchants, vendors, and business owners bring to their crafts. These represent not only part of our overall culture, but our reputation as a diverse community as well. We continue to work towards an environment where all people from all walks of life feel welcome through inclusive programming, events, placemaking, and wayfinding. We work with our community partners to ensure equity in all things and strive to always be better.

  • The EOTW Approach

    Economic Vitality

    Focusing on capital and incentives to assist new and existing businesses, catalyze property development and create a supportive environment for entrepreneurs and innovators that drive local economies.

    Design

    Enhancing the physical and visual assets of Old Town, including beautification of the streetscape while preserving the historic character.

    Promotions

    Promoting Old Town to residents, tourists, investors and new businesses, while creating a positive image that showcases our community’s unique characteristics.

    Organization

    Building a strong foundation for a sustainable effort, including cultivating partnerships, community involvement and relationships with investors.

  • Board of Directors

    We've got a top notch team!

    John McAullif

    Chair

    William Ashwell

    Past Chair

    Tray Allen

    Past Chair

    Sam Blaser

    Treasurer

    Nancy Griffin-Bonnaire

    Secretary

    Kate Sprague

    Director of Communications

    Anthony Sfreddo

    Director

    Jennifer Robinson

    Director

    Casey Ward

    Director

    Matt Carson

    Director

    Brandi Norrell

    Director

    Lori Gibson

    Director