We have designed our programs for every type of business enterprise, from emerging and small businesses, to locally or regionally headquartered corporations and for non-profit organizations in our county. There are many reasons to join.
If you’re interested in participating, which we hope you are, please attend our Monthly Networking Mixers (member businesses host them on a rotating basis), committee meetings (please join one or more) or the Board of Directors meeting. There is just so much going on.
Members are entitled to participate in the Chamber Member Benefits Discount Program. This is great for your business and for your employees. It’s a win-win! Also, be sure to check out the Prescription Drug Discount Program!
Click here to obtain the member application form. Once completed and submitted, you will receive a confirmation and we will contact you within 48 hours to complete your membership.
If you’d rather speak to a staff member directly, call us at 209-532-4212 or send an e-mail to info@TCchamber.com
The historic industries of Tuolumne County are mining and timber. In recent years, tourism has become the foundation of the local economy. With local economic changes and the decline in mining and timber, Tuolumne County’s economy has expanded beyond resource-based industry. The local economy now includes a significant number of high tech firms providing components and equipment to California’s and the world’s growing use of computers and electronics. Working through our chamber we can help assure the continued growth of business in our county.
Many new firms have moved to Tuolumne County during the past 15 years. These moves were motivated by the combination of an outstanding quality of life as well as the proximity to state and world markets. The Economic Development Company works with relocating businesses to assist in site location and permits to ease their transition.
The bulk of Tuolumne County’s industrial zoned property is along the Highway 108 corridor. There are also industrial zones off this state route which meet the needs of current industrial firms and with available land/facilities for lease. There are 980 acres of heavy industrial, 309 acres of light industrial, 1,097 acres of business park, and 1,354 acres of commercial zoning in Tuolumne County.
Shipping logistics are made easy with the choice of service from numerous trucking firms offering trans-continental, interstate, and regional service. Rail service is available on the Sierra Railroad and there are two general aviation airports, one of which is lighted and operates 24 hours a day.
Tuolumne County offers available properties, infrastructure, accessibility to markets, a motivated workforce, and professional assistance to make this a great community in which to do business. Additionally, the quality of life makes it a great place to live and the Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce is here to assist!
It’s time you joined our Chamber.