Depending on where you live, there are organizations of local businesses all working together to help themselves and the community succeed. Between different city chambers of commerce to organizations dedicated to specific streets, there may be such an organization available to you.
It’s passionate entrepreneurs like you that make Arcata the best small business community. Arcata business people are known for supporting each other, for working together, and for sharing best practices. The Arcata Chamber serves as the primary hub for connectivity and collaboration.
Arcata Main Street is a unique business membership organization operating in an area covering just a handful of blocks in downtown Arcata. Our intricate business community is our number one priority, and working with community partners to create downtown vitality is our goal. By fostering business vitality, providing opportunities for community events, and organizing projects and initiatives that respond to community needs we work to create a vibrant Arcata.
The Blue Lake Chamber offers mixers hosted by various businesses, business support services and community events. These opportunities are a great way to network with other businesses and learn how others are getting their name out and solving their challenges. The Blue Lake Chamber is also a member of the Arcata Chamber of Commerce. This allows you to have access to the events and programs offered by them.
The Eureka Main Street program began in 1992 as a public-private partnership between the Redevelopment Agency and the Downtown and Old Town merchants. The area served includes the forty-nine blocks between A and I Streets. The Eureka Main Street program is governed by a Board of Directors representing merchants, professionals, the City of Eureka, and various community organizations. A full-time, professional staff manages the day-to-day operations of the programs. Eureka Main Street promotes the unique character of Eureka’s Core Business District. The District is a magnet. Specialty shopping and distinguished restaurants draw locals and visitors from throughout the region.
The members of the Eureka Chamber Board of Directors are leaders from all areas of the local business spectrum. Directors are elected by the membership to serve three-year terms of office. This dynamic group provides policy guidance, evaluates Chamber programs and activities and directly represents the interests of the North Coast business community.
As the core organization of Ferndale’s business community, the Ferndale Chamber strives to promote tourism and nurture the economic development of local businesses as well as to maintain and enhance our unique quality of life through preservation and promotion of our historic community in beautiful Humboldt County and the Eel River Valley. Membership benefits include our chamber website, print, radio & TV advertising, social media campaigns, and billboards, among others.
The Fortuna Chamber of Commerce is the one-stop shop for members and visitors who have questions about who, what, when, and where in Fortuna. They help connect our membership with the resources they need to get business done
The City of Rio Dell, “The Warm Hearted City,” is located on the west bank of the Eel River, just below the ancient Scotia Bluffs and nestled comfortably in the surrounding redwood forests. Rio Dell is a small community with a population of around 3,300 residents.
Being a member of the Trinidad Chamber of Commerce helps you stay connected to your community, gives you access to support and promotion for your business, and strengthens the whole community.