The Chamber of Commerce  recognizes that for many of our members, keeping track of the latest legislative and economic developments are nearly impossible. 

One of the benefits of being a part of our Chamber is our involvement and advocacy at every level of government. Throughout the year, Chamber staff and our Board of Directors work to represent local business to government.  We work closely with elected officials ensuring our members’ representation in every way possible.

With the help of our members, the Chamber attempts to track issues and changes that might impact business at the local, state and federal levels. 

We aim to inform our members of these matters and how best to get your voices heard.

Starting or Moving a Business?

US Small Business Administration provides information about and steps to starting a business:

The Internal Revenue Service provides information new business owners need about federal taxes:

Things to do when moving a business location:

Starting a small business in a small town:

Services Trinity County has available for new businesses: