We are associated with several wonderful groups in our community. If you desire to engage in your community and keep up-to-date on the latest Morgan Hill events and issues, please feel free to visit these Key Affiliate sites on a regular basis.
The City of Morgan Hill
17555 Peak Avenue
Morgan Hill, CA 95037-4128
The ongoing partnership between the Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center and the Gilroy Visitor's Bureau continues to provide many opportunities to leverage advertising dollars to reach a national and international audience that would be prohibitively expensive for either organization to access on their own. Funding from the Cities of Morgan Hill and Gilroy allow this partnership to promote our region and bring much needed tourism to our area.
Morgan Hill Downtown Association, with funding from the City of Morgan Hill's Redevelopment Agency and membership dues, the MHDA promotes downtown business interests and keeps merchants, residents and land owners informed of issues effecting the downtown.
Boasting 350 miles of the world's most gorgeous coastline, California's Central Coast stretches from Ventura County just north of Los Angeles to Santa Clara County south of San Francisco. Visit here and you'll find that the Central Coast's four regions offer everything you desire.
The Western Association of Chamber Executives (W.A.C.E.) is the premier organization for education and professional development for chamber executives and staff. W.A.C.E. now represents over 850 chamber professionals in 15 Western states.
The California Chamber of Commerce is an advocate and resource for California employers, working to enhance the California economy and make the state a better place to live, work and do business.
Chambers of Commerce Coalition of Santa Clara County (CCCSCC) - Representing over 10,000 businesses in Santa Clara County, the CCCSCC is a unified voice of county, regional, state and federal legislative issues of concern to Chambers of Commerce. The coalition serves as a forum for discussion and takes public positions when appropriate.
Leadership Morgan Hill are training and development programs created to inspire future leaders to community service. The local programs, founded in 1995, are similar in concept to leadership programs in place in 56 California communities. With new understanding, Leadership graduates have the opportunity to become a part of a network of corporate and community leaders who are committed to making Morgan Hill even greater.