SUMMERFEST ON JULY 13TH & 14TH Come downtown for two fun-filled days, including Outhouse races and free eating contests, and more! MORE DETAILS GREAT AMERICAN MAIN STREET WINNER Rawlins, in 2015, was the first community in the northern Rocky Mountain region to win this prestigious economic development award. READ MORE Saturday, June 9 Installation of interactive educational equipment featuring and downtown project day MORE DETAILS Kidpreneurs at SummerFest Pop-up market featuring young entrepreneurs, makers and innovators. MORE DETAILS "Public Art" Proposals Deadline May 15, 2018 For more information, click below MORE DETAILS RAINBOW TE-TON ENTREPRENEUR CENTER RTEC provides free resources throughout Carbon County for new businesses and businesses looking to expand. READ MORE Upcoming events Click here for event information VOLUNTEER To become involved with downtown revitalization activities, serve on a committee, or to take part in a project pertaining to your personal interests and skills, consider volunteering with us. GROW YOUR BUSINESS Whether you are starting a new business, or looking for to grow your existing business; whether you are are in downtown or located anywhere in Carbon County, we can help you find the resources you need to expand your business! Goals & Ongoing Projects Here are some of the projects and programs that Rawlins Downtown Development Authority/Main Street is currently working on. Main Street Minutes Follow Us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/downtownrawlins/Unable to display Facebook posts.Show errorError: Error validating application. Application has been deleted.Type: OAuthExceptionCode: 190Please refer to our Error Message Reference. Upcoming Events Super Saturday/Project Day Downtown Rawlins 9:00 am - 12:00 pm 06/09/2018 SummerFest Downtown Rawlins All Day 07/13/2018 - 07/14/2018 Please see rawlinsevents.com for a full list of community events and the Carbon County Visitor’s Council for a list of major events. Website funded by Wyoming Main Street Technical Funds, Rawlins DDA/Main Street, Big Idea Advertising, and Carbon County Visitor’s Council.