The Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce Provides many services to non-members and members. Please see a detailed list below on each.
Benefit of Membership: Social media postings to all platforms, social media workshops, business mixers, State of the City Brunch, on-line newsletter featuring business highlights and events, one-on-one business counseling and access to resources.
Non-Members: Downtown events (Spring Fling, Sidewalk Sale, Downtown Trick-or-Treat Event, Car Show, Winter Festival) and emergency resources.
For resources for businesses and the community, please click below. We also encourage you to follow the Chamber of Commerce and Resilient Cloverdale on Facebook for up-to-date information during an emergency.
PG&E PSPS Events
A Public Safety Power Shutoff, also called a PSPS, occurs in response to severe weather. We turn off power to help prevent wildfire and keep communities safe. Multiple factors are at play when deciding to turn off your power and we take the decision very seriously.
The Chamber is your Government Advocate and advisor focusing on political and infrastructure issues that affect businesses at the local, state and federal levels.
The Chamber’s key function is creating an atmosphere in which business can prosper. The Chamber supports growth, expansion and retention of existing business and recruits new businesses. The Chamber has taken the lead in economic development for the City, and works with elected officials to promote a positive business environment in the city, county and state. The Chamber is committed to building a sustainable community by promoting business development that allows people to live and work in Cloverdale.
You decide how best to take advantage of your Chamber membership. The more you participate, the higher the payoff will be to you and your business.