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Local Business

More than 500 businesses are members of the Chamber working together to ensure a strong, viable economy.


Focusing on community promotion the Chamber acts as the resource center for city-wide projects and programs, encouraging visitors and promoting tourism.


The Chamber works to improve the effectiveness of legislation and regulations which affect our business environment every day.

Thank You to Our President’s Circle Members

2020 Legislative Forum 

The Redlands Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Legislative Forum on Friday, October 16, 2020 from 12 – 1 PM. The program will be hosted via Zoom webinar and feature speakers from elected offices whose jurisdictions cover Redlands. Topics will center on issues impacting businesses and the economy but will vary depending on the speaker.

Speakers in attendance include Congressman Pete Aguilar (CA-31), Senator Mike Morrell (SD-23), Assemblymember James Ramos (AD-40), Supervisor Dawn Rowe (San Bernardino County District 3), and Redlands Mayor Paul Foster. This one-hour program is curated to provide a “one stop shop” of salient legislative and economic updates to businesses and the greater community in these districts.

The Chamber seeks to be a reliable resource of information, convener of leadership with our community members, and advocate for businesses. This legislative forum will offer beneficial information by hearing directly from your elected officials on key issues impacting us all.

Additional information and online registration and payment can be found here.

Cost to attend is $25 for general admission. Chamber members were sent an email with a discount link for $15  chamber member admission. 

Redlands Shop it Forward

This is a movement to get people to do their Christmas shopping now, online, through Redlands businesses — paying for things now and getting them in December. This shop local campaign aims to help businesses now, when they need it most, while providing a benefit to you later in the year. As the weeks continue you will see much more educational information about the importance of shopping local and a listing of participating businesses.

  • Economy

    Shopping locally puts more money back into the local economy

  • Jobs

    Shopping locally generates more jobs and diversity of products

  • Environment

    Shopping locally creates a greater positive impact on the local environment

  • Community

    Shopping locally nurtures our community and supports entrepreneurship


The Chamber is happy to announce the launch of a new recognition program for local businesses. The purpose of the Business Leader of the Month award is to recognize local businesses that have made an impact on our community through their business expertise and community service. The Business Leader of the Month Award program is co-sponsored by the Redlands Chamber of Commerce and Redlands Sunrise Rotary.

Please refer to the nomination form for criteria and details of submitting nominations.

The inaugural award was presented in February to the oldest business in Redlands:
Citrograph Printing Co.

Gerrard’s Market was recognized in March, and the Tartan of Redlands was May’s recipient.

What others say about us

The Redlands Airport Association is proud to be a member of the Redlands Chamber of Commerce. Our relationship with the Chamber has helped us to work with the airport sponsor, the City of Redlands, to promote a great community asset, Redlands Municipal Airport.

Ted GablinPresident, Redlands Airport Association Redlands Airport Association

I was unemployed when I came to Redlands 46 years ago to begin a new business and career. The Chamber welcomed and embraced us from the beginning…and has been a significant partner in our ability to thrive in this wonderful community.

David O. MaupinOwner/Founder
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