Support your community with membership!
What is the Moses Lake Business Association (MLBA)?
MLBA is an association of community members who want to work together to strengthen the whole downtown. MLBA’s goals are to improve the economic development of the Moses Lake business community through organization, promotion, design, and economic restructuring. Revitalizing our downtown benefits all businesses and life in Moses Lake.
With a strong vibrant downtown comes a stronger community. Moses Lake can and will continue to grow, prosper and develop into the “heart” of the community. The MLBA is leading the way and we hope you will partner with us. Knowing what is going on in Moses Lake, business training, education, information and support are what makes belonging to a business association important, but, you don’t need to be a business to support our community.
Our involvement brings businesses to Moses Lake and helps to build the awareness of what a wonderful place Moses Lake is to live. Our partnership with other groups to bring Spring Festival, the Art & Wine Walk and Annual Agricultural Parade and many other events to downtown are a testament to your membership as well. The MLBA will continue to keep you up-to-date on current events and happenings through our website and Facebook page.
Your visions, ideas, concerns and membership are vital to our efforts. Please share them with us and please volunteer to help us in our efforts and activities. We need you! MLBA is able to continue the promotion, event planning and implementation of revitalization efforts through the participation of the members of our association.
Thank you for your investment in Moses Lake and our downtown. We welcome and appreciate your continued partnership.
Have you explored our downtown?
Our downtown defines a unique identity for a compact area and instills a sense of community pride in local residents, and generates interest among visitors who will want to investigate and discover what downtown has to offer.
The area is from the lake on Broadway Avenue to Fifth Avenue and from Pioneer Way to Dogwood Street including McCosh Park. There are over 200 businesses in this area, everything from restaurants to service businesses to retail. The downtown core seems to always be changing with new businesses but we also have some that have been downtown for many, many years and are a pillar in our community.