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About the Chamber

Serving You For Over 70 Years

The Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce was established in 1947 and has been serving members in the local community ever since. We understand the importance of a strong business network climate in our community, which is why we put members first in everything we do. Our mission is to provide value to our members, meet the needs of business and industry and create the best community in which to live, work and do business.

 

All aboard! If you’re invested in a flourishing local economy, are interested in connecting with business and political leaders and are drawn to making a difference in the community, you should consider a membership with the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce to start your journey to success.

 

We provide our members with support to help them develop and market their business, resources to connect them to new business opportunities and educate them on important policy changes and political advocacy to champion their growth. We also maintain a close, collaborative relationship with regional decision makers to ensure our members’ voices are heard.

 

We are also proud to be a Nationally Accredited Five-Star Chamber of Commerce. The Accreditation Program is instituted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to recognize outstanding contributions toward positive change by chambers to their communities. Only 1% of the chambers in the United States have achieved a Five-Star rating.

 

Join us today to be a part of Roseville’s thriving economy and successful business community. Give us a trial run and see how you feel about membership. Stop by our office (650 Douglas Blvd) or give us a call at: (916) 783 – 8136

 

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce is to provide value to our members; to promote and meet the needs of business and industry; to create the best community in which to live, work and do business.

The Roseville Area Chamber is driven by five core competencies:

1. Creating a Strong Local Economy

2. Promoting the Community

3. Providing Networking Opportunities

4. Representing Business to Government

5. Engaging in Political Action