Our Mission: To help your business succeed!
The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce represents a variety of Valley businesses ranging from high-tech, industrial, small family-owned restaurants and home-based businesses. We work directly with business owners and city, county, and state leaders to help your business succeed.
We help our Chamber members by focusing efforts in four key areas:
1) To attract and retain Employers and Employees in the Snoqualmie Valley.
2) To create and sustain Vibrant Community hubs in the Snoqualmie Valley.
3) To represent the interests of Economic Development to Government.
4) To effectively market the assets of the Snoqualmie Valley to the appropriate target markets needed to accomplish our goals.
We exist for one reason - To help the communities of The Valley thrive.
We do this by:
- Providing networking opportunities for our local businesses.
- Offering business education opportunities.
- Marketing The Snoqualmie Valley to the outside world.
- Working with local and state government to make sure businesses can succeed.
- Producing events for the communities.
Our staff is here to help! Member Services Manager Monica Lynne can help you utilize our fantastic website, answer community questions, help you publicize your event - and much more! She's also happy to chat with you about the benefits of membership or about one of our great community events that brings activity to our Valley. Don't hesitate to ask Monica about ways in which the Chamber can explore ideas to support this amazing region. Please reach out to her with any questions or ideas!
Member Services Manager
Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce
Board of Directors
The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of a minimum of eleven Chamber members serving two-year terms. Board member candidates come from various business backgrounds bringing a broad range of experiences, leadership skills and energy to the Board. They are committed to serve the Chamber and the community, eager to share ideas, head projects and attend the monthly meetings, which are typically held on the second Tuesday of the month.