Membership

To become a member, print out the membership form, complete and mail to

Franklin Downtown Partnership
PO Box 413
Franklin, MA 02038


Membership form (PDF)

The Franklin Downtown Partnership is in it's 17th year and we are nearly 250 members strong!

Revitalization continues now that the streetscape design work is nearly complete and we are recruiting new retailers downtown. We are thrilled to have the community working together to revitalize our beautiful downtown area.

Please click on the link above to find the membership renewal form. We ask that you send it in no later than April 30. The Partnership is a non-profit organization and we rely on your membership dues and sponsorship for our funding. The following is a list of opportunities for 2018:

Membership Privileges:
  • Downtown Informational Meetings with guest speakers
  • A Voice in economic development and streetscape plans
  • Downtown Merchant Opportunities: Annual Strawberry Stroll, Harvest Festival and Holiday Stroll
  • Communication Updates on downtown events and development projects
  • Networking Breakfasts & Socials where you can meet people and introduce your business
  • Free link on the FDP website
Your membership dues support events including the Strawberry Stroll on June 8, Beautification Day on May 19, the Harvest Festival on October 13, Winter Decorating on November 18, and the Holiday Stroll in December (TBD). These events, along with projects like new greenspace, public sculptures, and downtown signs are all part of our revitalization efforts.

Your membership support is vital to our mission to stimulate economic development in the downtown in order to create a positive impact throughout the area. We appreciate your continued support. The Partnership is a 501(c)3 with the tax ID#03-0461971. Your membership dues are tax-deductible. 

We look forward to another successful year,

Lisa Piana, Executive Director

Membership Application Form

Franklin Downtown Partnership Board of Directors

Follow this link to view The Franklin Downtown Partnership brochure.