Time to renew your membership or join the Chamber!
Annual dues for the Chamber of Commerce 2017 memberships began January 1st, 2017. Watch your mail for an application, or contact us to join or renew. For your convenience, the application is available online, here: membership form. You’ll be listed in our Business Directory, online and in print. We’ll also like your Facebook page and promote select events for your business or organization. Individuals are also welcome to join the Chamber and support our local communities. We serve southern Butte County and Northern Sutter county.Questions? Call us anytime we are open!
☕️ Coffee Meet and Greet ☕️
Inviting all businesses, Organizations, clubs and community members in Biggs, Gridley and Richvale, Live Oak and the surrounding areas on Wednesday, January 18th at 7:30-8:30 am at Gridley Chamber Offices at 890 Hazel Street. Come let us know what your organization or business is about. Share ideas and have coffee with us. Bring your business card for a raffle drawing. Refreshments provided by the Chamber.
A&E’s American Pickers is coming to California.
Know someone who is sitting on a gold mine in that old barn? Have a relative with an interesting collection, or a rare item with an amazing story? American Pickers wants to know about it.
If you know someone who would be interested? Have them call 855-OLD-RUST, or Email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or contact the Gridley Area Chamber of Commerce for more information.
Memorial Bricks to be placed in Daddow Park are available for ordering until March 15, 2017, at the Chamber office, 890 Hazel Street in the Hazel Hotel. Bricks are $35 and make a great gift for that special someone with three lines available for message and/or names. The Chamber office is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Call 846-3142 for more information.
Hwy. 99 Improvements Community Workshop, to be rescheduled
Gridley Community Center, 200 Spruce Street
Refreshments & light fare will be provided.
HWY 99 IMPROVEMENTS, GRIDLEY
The project team is working with stakeholders and community members to further define and add to this list of project goals:
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) – in partnership with the City of Gridley – is planning to improve accessibility and safety along the Highway 99 corridor through Gridley. We have heard from many community members about what you want for the future of HWY 99. Now, we hope to share potential project options and hear about your specific preferences for improvements.
Red Suspenders Days weekend 2017 May 19-20
Want to be a part of this great community tradition? We need entertainers, performers, organizers, and volunteers. Contact the Chamber at email@example.com or call (530) 846-3142.
The Chamber provides Certificates of Origin for California products, including agricultural products.
- There is no fee for this for Gold Members.
- The service fee for Gridley Area Chamber of Commerce General Members is $15.00 per certificate.
- The fee for non-members is $50.00 per certificate.
Full policy is available here: certificate-of-origin-policy
Downtown Business Revitalization Efforts Paying Off!
The Hazel Hotel building is now fully leased, along with the full block of Kentucky Street from Hazel to Sycamore Street. There are still prime, low cost leases available downtown, with plenty of room for a deli, restaurant, or coffee shop. Retail, organization and business space downtown is one of the best values you’ll find anywhere.
Haven’t shopped or strolled in town lately? Visit our member businesses and organizations, including The Make-Up Room & Co., Packratt Trains & Toys, Uncommon Works Rare Books & Art, Continental Athletic Supply, The Gridley Museum, Children’s Hope Foster Family Agency, Empowered Wealth Management, The Gridley Herald, Ampla Health, AgData, Bidwell Title, Gridley Honda, Jefferson Pain Clinic, Ventana, Ravi Aujla at Farmer’s Insurance, Mid-Valley Tax Services and Taylor Accountancy Corporation.
Thanks to our Holiday Parade Sponsors! Dragon’s Lea Farm, Kid’s Castle, LLC, Ravie Aujla at Farmer’s Insurance, The MakeUp Room & Company, and Quota International of Gridley, Butte Auto Parts (NAPA), Rotary Club of Gridley, Nacho’s Electric, Harshbarger Ace Hardware, Uncommon Works Rare Books & Art, the Gridley Herald and Wheeler Ranch & Feed. Special thanks to the Lions Club of Gridley & the City of Gridley.
Images Of America: Gridley by Ruth Ann King & Lisa van de Hey
A new book about Gridley by the editor of the Herald and the Museum archivist!
On sale at the Chamber office.
If you would like to join the Chamber of Commerce, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by the Chamber office at 890 Hazel Street, Gridley, California, 95948
You can also print out a membership application, here and mail it in to the Chamber.