SRI Moves to Albright Center for the Arts

We are pleased to announce that Sunbury’s Revitalization Inc. (SRI) has relocated to its new location inside the Albright Center for the Arts located at 450 Chestnut St. The Alright Center for the Arts, being an SRI owned building, provides a unique way of furthering...

2019/2020 Facade Grant Funding

Would you like some assistance** in repairing or renovating the exterior of your downtown property? Perhaps you need a new sign? We’d like to help you! SRI is happy to share that we will be applying for Facade Repair and Renovation grant funding through the...

2019 Volunteer Committees Forming NOW

Volunteer committees for all of our 2019 events, programs and initiatives are now forming. If you are interested in volunteering (with planning or on event days) please complete our volunteer application, we’d be happy to have you join the team.CLICK HERE TO...

A message from SRI President, Jeb Stotter

As we move into 2019 I’d like to share some highlights from 2018 as well as our vision for the coming year(s). 2018 saw the opening of Eclipse Craft Brewing, winner of the 2016 Biz Pitch competition, the debut of the renovated Garden Level at The Albright Center for...

LATE NIGHT SHOPPERS SUCCESS; NEW YEARS EVE UPDATE

Today Sunbury’s Revitalization, Inc.(SRI) announced winners of the December 6th Late Night Shoppers drawings. SRI Executive Director, Sierra Woodling, said, “The event was a huge success.” An estimated 1,000 shoppers, visitors, and children patronized dozens of stores...

UPMC Expansion and Hill Neighborhood Council Relocation

A Statement from Sunbury’s Revitalization, Inc. President, Jeb Stotter “For the past five years, we have appreciated Sunbury Community Hospital’s, and now UPMC’s, donation of the use of the Line Street house (“House”) to the Hill Neighborhood Council. We...