About Ambler Main Street

Ambler Main Street is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the Borough’s crown jewel, Downtown Ambler, promoting it as a social, cultural and business center offering dining with diverse cuisines, award-winning entertainment and eclectic shopping.

The organization is made up of volunteers, community members and business owners, who live in, work in and love the Borough of Ambler. We are committed to improving our community, promoting economic development and engaging business owners, Borough residents and visitors from throughout the Delaware Valley.

In the late 1990’s, a group of Ambler business owners, residents and other interested parties joined forces to form the Ambler Main Street organization, to work with the Borough of Ambler in revitalizing the downtown area, with funding from the National Main Street program and grants from Montgomery County.

Since then, Ambler Main Street has worked closely with Ambler Borough, although it is autonomous from local government; instead, today it is primarily funded by business memberships and residential donations, along with contributions from Ambler Borough in the form of public works services and volunteers. We also work closely with other area businesses and civic organizations, including the Ambler Kiwanis and Ambler Rotary clubs.

Ambler Main Street organizes many well-attended annual events  throughout the year, including:

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PARKING IN AMBLER

Because Ambler has the busiest train station on the R5 rail line, we use meters for regulating parking. When commuters park their cars all day in the downtown, they take spaces away from our shoppers and visitors. The meters will help free up convenient spaces for shoppers and other visitors. That's the why of meters, now here's how to take advantage of them:

AMPLE NUMBER OF SPACES
247 spaces in the three Borough lots
146 spaces on the street within one block of downtown.

THREE CONVENIENT LOTS
On Lindenwold at Butler Ave., Cavalier at Butler Ave., and Butler at the Train Tracks

BARGAIN RATES
SUNDAYS AND AFTER 6 PM ARE ALWAYS FREE.
WEEKDAYS ARE ALSO FREE FROM 12-2PM
Fifty cents buys you 1 hour of parking on all meters