The Arcadia Chamber Of Commerce

Serving businesses and the community: The Chamber of Commerce, with a membership of some 400+ leading businesses and citizens, serves primarily as the voice and unmatched marketing, promotional and resource center for the Arcadia business community.

The Chamber also serves as the public relations arm of the City and the “front door” through which new visitors to Arcadia, both local and from around the world, are greeted with a warm welcome to our “Community of Homes.”

The Chamber sponsors a variety of events, including monthly networking breakfasts and luncheons, a Community Connection forum, the ACE Awards, Dine Arcadia, and more!

The Chamber also helps to host the State of the City and supports the community and local non-profit groups in a number of other ways.

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the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce building

Mission Statement: “To play a critical and integral role in maintaining a healthy business environment, contributing to the economic growth of the city, and enhancing the city’s image.”

Arcadia Chamber Community Roots

In 1965, the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce became the geographic hub, as well as the civic hub of the City, when it moved into its eye-catching circular office at the west end of the Civic Center island where Holly Avenue meets Huntington Drive, across from the famous Santa Anita Race Track.

The Arcadia Chamber proudly celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2021!

Arcadia Chamber Office Info:

Office hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday–Friday excepts holidays.

Phone: (626) 447-2159
Location: 388 W. Huntington Drive, Arcadia, Ca. 91007

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Arcadia Chamber and Membership Dollars Support Community

Strong Business Builds Stronger Community

Ongoing Services

  • Information: Assist walk-in visitors and callers with directions, city information, maps, etc.
  • Tourists: Provide thousands of tourist & visitor information brochures.
  • Networking Events: Open to members and prospective members for networking opportunities
  • Signature Events: The Chamber hosts Dine Arcadia, a 2-week celebration of restaurants, every spring
  • Marketing Opportunities: A member exclusive, members can marketing on the Chamber website for no additional cost
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