We put together this list of more than 20 chambers of commerce in and around Houston -- where we are based -- as a resource for our clients and business partners. We hope it may somehow help you improve your sales and/or your supplier base.

Businesses Should Know Their Chamber(s) of Commerce

For many businesses, especially new ones, joining your local Chamber of Commerce can be the absolute best use of your time and resources. We always recommend visiting them and learning more about them, in the very least.

Disclaimer: The information in this list was collected from various resources online and is intended purely for informational purposes only. The information in this list should not be accepted as guidance or as an endorsement of any organizations. We have attempted to be objective. 

Houston West Chamber of Commerce
The Houston West Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to being a trusted advisor for businesses in the highly competitive West Houston area.  This Chamber of Commerce covers the area west of Loop 610, from south of Highway 290 to the south end of Highway 59.  http://www.hwcoc.org/

Houston Metropolitan Chamber
This 60+ year old Chamber of Commerce covers quite a large amount of the Houston area, including Westheimer, Bellaire, South Main corridors, and parts of Interstate-10.   The Houston Metropolitan Chamber is a non-profit volunteer organization made up of about 500 members. http://www.gswhcc.org/index.asp

Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce
The northwest region of Houston is an unincorporated area and does not have a town hall or mayor.  To fill the void, the Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce has partnered with county officials to improve the area for businesses and families alike.   The Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce covers the areas north of Highway 290, Loop 610, and a small area to the east of the north end of Interstate-45, then north into The Woodlands, at Rayford and Sawdust roads. http://www.houstonnwchamber.org/

Bay Area Houston Partnership
The Bay Area Houston Partnership has approximately 260 members and includes business professionals, local governments, and educational institutions in the southeast side of Houston.   The Bay Area Houston Partnership encompasses many cities and counties including Harris County, Galveston County, Dickinson, Kemah, La Porte, League City, Pasadena, and Friendswood. http://www.bayareahouston.com/default/

Baytown Chamber of Commerce
The southeast town of Baytown is home to Baytown Chamber of Commerce and its 800+ members.  In the past year the Chamber has drastically increased the amount of business members in Baytown and there are many major corporations slated to join the ranks.  http://www.baytownchamber.com/

Brazosport Area Chamber of Commerce
The Brazosport area is a South Texas community about 50 miles from Houston, at the mouth of the Brazos and San Bernard rivers.  This area has become a popular place to live due to its numerous beaches, coastal plains, and forests.  http://www.brazosport.org/

Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce
The Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce is a United States Chamber of Commerce accredited Chamber that covers the South Houston area of Clear Lake.  Clear Lake is made up of the cities of Clear Lake City, Kemah, League City, Webster, and parts of Houston and Pasadena.   http://www.clearlakearea.com/

Conroe and Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce
Previously known as the Montgomery Country Chamber of Commerce, the Conroe/Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce is celebrating 75 years and over 1,000 members.   The birthplace of the Texas Flag, the City of Montgomery is one of the seven cities covered by this Chamber of Commerce alongside Cut and Shoot, Conroe, Shenandoah, Willis, and Panorama Village.  http://www.conroe.org/

Cy-Fair Chamber of Commerce
Cy-Fair is a thriving community in Northwest Houston and their Chamber of Commerce has over 500 members.  The Chamber is a strong advocate for businesses and has partnerships in education, transportation, and infrastructure.   Cy-Fair Chamber of Commerce covers a wide swath of Houston, including Jersey Village, Cypress, Katy, and Magnolia. http://www.cyfairchamber.com/

Deer Park Chamber of Commerce
Encompassing the southeast side of Houston between Interstate-45 and Highway 225, the Deer Park Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to improving its town and building business.  Tourism is a large part of its city and its soil is rich with Texas history, including the San Jacinto Monument and Battlefield Texas.  http://www.deerpark.org/index.asp

Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce
The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce has over 1,500 members and is the voice and advocate of business in Fort Bend County, southwest of Houston.  It is the second-largest Chamber in the Houston Metro area and is sure to provide immediate benefits for all businesses who join.   http://www.fortbendchamber.com/

Friendswood Chamber of Commerce
The Friendswood Chamber of Commerce is a group of volunteers who are dedicated to investing time and money into improving its community through business.   This Chamber encompasses the area southeast of Loop 610 along Interstate-45. http://www.friendswood-chamber.com/

Galveston Chamber of Commerce
The Galveston Chamber of Commerce has 167 years of dedication to its community businesses, growth, and innovative thinking.  Encompassing the entire island, the Galveston Chamber of Commerce has many members working to improve this beautiful island city.  http://galvestonchamber.com/

Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce
The historic Houston Heights area is booming with businesses and the Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce is largely responsible.  The Chamber provides education, business support, and referral opportunities to business owners looking to improve.   http://www.heightschamber.com/

Greater Houston Partnership
While not officially a Chamber of Commerce the Greater Houston Partnership tops the charts for largest business partnership in the state.  The Partnership encompasses all ten counties in the Greater Houston Area and is dedicated to building prosperity for the entire city.  http://www.houston.org/about/

Houston East End Chamber of Commerce
Houston’s East End is a bustling, historic, and exciting area of Houston full or opportunity.  This Chamber of Commerce has 22 years of improvement under their belt and they are using their knowledge to further the businesses of their members.   The area sports over 7,000 businesses and includes Hobby Airport, Texas Medical Center, and Port of Houston. http://www.eecoc.org/

Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce
Located to the North of Houston along Highway 59, the Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce covers Atascocita, Kingwood, Fall Creek, Summerwood, and Humble.  The Lake Houston Chamber provides seminars and programs to help business owners increase their profit and improve the city around them.  http://www.lakehouston.org/

Katy Area Chamber of Commerce
Since 1960 the Katy Area Chamber of Commerce has been serving Katy businesses and producing economic growth.  This voluntary organization encompasses the area West of Houston along Interstate-10.  The Chamber offers numerous resources for the owners of small and large businesses alike to create a talented workforce and raise their profit.  http://www.katychamber.com/

La Porte – Bayshore Chamber of Commerce
Encompassing the cities of La Porte, Morgan’s Point, Shoreacres, Baytown and Pasadena, the La Porte – Bayshore Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to increasing membership involvement and bringing new businesses to the communities.  Since 1923 this Chamber has served these beautiful Bay Area cities.  http://www.laportechamber.org/

Pasadena Chamber of Commerce
The volunteer forces of the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce are dedicated to working together to improve the economy, culture, and civil well-being of the area around Pasadena.  This southeast Houston city has seen significant improvements over the years, and the Chamber is determined to see more.   http://www.pasadenachamber.org/

The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce
The northwest community of The Woodlands is one of the most prosperous areas of Houston.  The Woodlands Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to keeping The Woodlands beautiful and increasing and encouraging business growth.    http://www.woodlandschamber.org/

Pearland Chamber of Commerce
The Pearland Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business in this southwest Houston community that has ranked as the fastest-growing retail market in Texas.  They are dedicated to providing stability and growth for their members to encourage the continuation of this rapid growth and prosperity.  http://www.pearlandchamber.com/

Texas City – La Marque Chamber of Commerce
Dedicated to creating a positive business environment, assist in economic development, and encouraging community involvement, the Texas City – La Marque Chamber of Commerce is a great Chamber to join.  Texas City and La Marque are located at the very southeast side of Houston, just north of Galveston Island along Interstate-45.  http://www.texascitychamber.com/

Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce
Though it was not incorporated until 1965, the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce was organized in the 1920s.  The Chamber has since gained an excellent reputation for representing its members well and is recognized for its advocacy of its community.  Tomball is located on Highway 249, between Interstate-45 and Highway 290 in the northwest side of Houston.  http://www.tomballchamber.org/

There you have it -- a big list of Chambers of Commerce in Houston and all the surrounding suburbs. If we've left one or two out, and there's a good chance we have, feel free to let us know.

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