Is It Normal for Cities to be Members of Their Respective Chamber of Commerce?
Since the City of Huber Heights is not a member of its respective chamber of commerce, I was curious if it was “normal” for cities to be members of their respective chambers.
So I looked at a few neighboring cities and found that, yes, it is normal for cities to be members of their chambers of commerce. Granted, I didn’t look at every city that exists, so this is
Here are the Cities that are members of their Chamber:
- The City of Riverside is a member of the Riverside Area Chamber of Commerce
- The Kettering Moraine Oakwood Chamber has all three cities as members:
- Both the township and city are members of the Vandalia Butler Chamber of Commerce:
- The City of Trotwood is a member of the Trotwood Chamber of Commerce.
Yes, the City of Dayton is a member of the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce
Interestingly enough, so is Huber Heights, along with the following cities:
- The City of Brookville
- The City of Centerville
- The City of Clayton
- The City of Germantown
- The City of Riverside
Also, and interestingly enough, while the city is not a member of the Huber Heights Chamber of Commerce, the Huber Heights Division of Fire, Huber Heights Police Division, and Huber Heights Streets Division are.