Phoenix's Miracle Mile Merchant's Association is a group of business owners along the McDowell Corridor who are dedicated to reviving our business environment and economy. We hope to engage with our customers and neighbors to build a vibrant community! By taking ownership and responsibility as a community, organizing clean up events, and addressing the issues we face, we hope to restore the Miracle Mile to its once vibrant, thriving state.

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There are many ways to join in the efforts for improving our area. Whether you own a business along the McDowell Corridor, you are part of an organizaion with an interest in improving our city's business landscape, or you can donate time or resources to projects and improvements, we need your involvment.


Organizations within our business community who are spearheading efforts to revive and restore Phoenix's Miracle Mile





Trellis was formed in 1975 with help from the City of Phoenix and NeighborWorks America. NeighborWorks America is a national nonprofit organization, federally funded by an appropriations from Congress that provides financial support, technical assistance and training for community-based revitalization efforts in all 50 states.





 As the premier membership organization dedicated to Greater Downtown, PCA provides engagement opportunities that link key stakeholders, identify synergies across sectors, foster collaboration, and connect key decision makers to resources and potential partners.





The City of Phoenix is emerging as a renowned entrepreneur hub with the escalating growth of local Incubators, Accelerators, Coworking and Maker spaces. National attention is focusing on the Phoenix region as a result of several successful startups causing various funding sources to explore the local entrepreneurial ecosystem.