The Chamber is a business and it incurs costs of operations and expenses similar to any other type of business. Those expenses are apportioned among our members--individuals and firms representing all types of business, industry and professionals. Chamber membership is an investment in the present and future welfare of our county.
The Chamber is a 501(c)(6) organization. Although we are tax exempt, dues and sponsorships are not considered to be tax-deductible contributions, but rather a normal business expense (for income tax purposes).
Annual Chamber membership fee ranges from $55 for a one person business membership to $550 for large employee firms, financial institutions, and utilities. In order to give the Chamber a steady and dependable income on which to plan its community development programs, memberships are understood to be continuous.
Download our 2016 Membership Investment (PDF) schedule and membership form here: Membership Investment.