Your Partner in Success

Your trusted voice for St. Helena businesses.

Local Government

The Chamber of Commerce works closely with the City of St. Helena to advocate for businesses and support commerce.

As stakeholders in important conversations, the Chamber of Commerce has a valued seat at the table.

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BUSINESS FORUM MEETING

The first Thursday of each month, the Chamber hosts a virtual forum in partnership with the City of St. Helena to keep partners informed of local initiatives, finances, projects, and events. The Chamber is actively involved with the following local projects:

  • Downtown Sidewalk Improvement Project

  • Main Street Sewer Lateral Repair

  • General Plan Zoning Code Update

  • COVID-19 Business Recovery Efforts

  • Tourism Improvement District

  • Destination Marketing for St. Helena

  • Parks and Recreation Local Events

St. Helena Business Forum

Nov 4 | Dec 2 | Feb 3

9:30am

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Meeting ID: 921 5351 9625

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Napa Valley Chamber Coalition

The largest voice for Napa Valley businesses

 

The St. Helena Chamber of Commerce is a proud member of the Napa Valley Chamber Coalition. Our Chamber along with the American Canyon, Calistoga, Napa, Napa Valley Hispanic, and Yountville Chambers of Commerce, in collaboration with the NCC Countywide Business Advisory Group, formed the coalition to advocate for Napa Valley Businesses.

 

Together, we are the voice for our businesses in partnership with local, municipal, and state governments.

 

Tourism Improvement District

Formed in 2010, the Napa Valley Tourism Improvement District (TID) is a county-wide organization funded through an assessment on hotel room nights implemented and collected by lodging businesses throughout the Napa Valley. The intent of the assessment is to support local activities and products that promote, support, and enhance locally based tourism and hospitality efforts. Under the NVTID, each municipality, including the City of St. Helena, has created its own Tourist Improvement District Committee to monitor, support, and fund activities for their respective cities.

2020-2021 Board of Directors

Chair TID Board, VACANT
Mark Hoffmeister, Wydown Hotel, Vice Chair
Marcelle Adderley, Southbridge Napa Valley, Secretary/Treasurer

Pierrette Therene, El Bonita Motel
Ty Accornero, General Manager, ALiLA Napa Valley
Eric Hall, City Council
April Mitts, Administrative Services Director, City of St. Helena

The Committee meets three to four times annually as needed and is open to the public.  

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