Frequently Asked Questions

The Downtown Exchange is a vibrant project in Zanesville, Ohio combining food vendors, private meeting & coworking space, business offices and downtown revitalization.

Read our most frequently asked questions and answers.

How do I get to The Downtown Exchange?

Located in the heart of downtown, The Downtown Exchange is easily accessible from all directions. View our location on Google.
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Where can I park at The Downtown Exchange?

There are several parking lots that offer our visitors free parking! View this map for a full list of neighborhood parking options.
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Do vendors accept credit cards?

Yes! Our vendors accept credit, debit and the EBT (Ohio Direction Card) card. There is also an ATM on site, located near the Jupiter Bar.

Are tours of The Downtown Exchange available?

We do not offer guided tours however, we welcome charter buses and schools. We simply ask that your group make arrangements with our Office at 740-683-5841 to let u know we have a large group coming to visit. We may limit the number of large groups visiting in one day. If students are visiting, there must be adequate adult supervision. We ask all visitors to respect that The Downtown Exchange is first and foremost a place of business.

Is photography permitted in The Downtown Exchange?

Yes, photos can be taken throughout The Downtown Exchange. All media events and commercial photography must be arranged through the Manager’s Office. If you would like to schedule filming at The Downtown Exchange, a location release is required.

How can I become a Downtown Exchange vendor?

For information on becoming a vendor, please fill out our convenient online application. Vendor space vacancies vary and rates are calculated on the size of the space, commodity offered, and the location.
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Is The Downtown Exchange handicap accessible?

Yes! All of our vendors are located on the ground level.

Can I bring my dog to The Downtown Exchange?

Dogs or any other pets are not permitted inside The Downtown Exchange (with the exception of service animals).