Any individual person, licensed business, or registered association may apply to become a Member of the Chamber of Commerce.

The Board reserves the right to consider the value of reciprocating services as a membership consideration

Membership Investment:

Investment amount
Non-profit organizations
Non-business Individual
Commercial Boat
Non-business organization
Business with 1 – 3 employees*
Business with 4 – 7 employees*
Business with 8 – 10employees*
Business with 11 or more employees*


Each full time employee is a “full time equivalent” or FTE. For employees working less than full time, 2 seasonal workers each employed less than 6 months a year or 2 part-time workers each working less than 36 hours a week equals 1 FTE.

Policy on Website Fees

In order to have a listing on the Chamber website, current Chamber membership is required. A separate membership fee is required for each web listed business under which an entity is operating.

As of 2015, web fees are being incorporated into all membership categories, whether or not a member chooses to have a listing with hyperlink. Web fees will no longer be an optional charge.

Chamber membership can be initiated anytime throughout the year, but fees are not prorated for partial year membership.

Listings will be removed from the website if payment for membership renewal is not received by March 1.

Each member is allowed one change to a listing within a calendar year. Additional changes will be charged a $20 administrative fee.

Listings are free for non-profit organizations

Each business is responsible for the accuracy of its listing. Report any errors by email to the Chamber at