Edmonds Chamber Committees
If you would like to be a part of one of these committees, send us an email.
Mission: To organize and present a community family oriented festival. Raises funds for the Chamber of Commerce while promoting Edmonds as a destination of choice for families and businesses.
Mission: To represent the Chamber with fun and pride at public functions to make new members and prospective members feel welcome and to establish personal contacts with all members. Committee meets the first Wednesday quarterly, 8:45 am, Fairwinds-Brighton Court.
Organizes and executes themed plan for the Chamber’s Annual Meeting. Usually held end of January or beginning of February. For more information contact us.
Board and Operations
The Executive Committee includes the president, first and second vice presidents, the treasurer, the Chamber staff, and, at the discretion of the president, other directors. See full board and staff lists.
Operations are reviewed and recommendations are made in preparation for Board meetings. This committee, excluding the Chamber staff, acts as the Personnel Committee.
The Board of Directors is responsible for the fiduciary health, goals and objectives and all policy matters on behalf of this Member organization.
Chamber Advocacy Committee
Mission: To represent the interests of the Chamber and its members through communication with City Council and City government by identifying issues relevant to the economic vitality of Edmonds, developing a position, and then advocating for that position.
Chamber Arts & Culture Committee
Mission: To raise awareness of the contributions our local arts and culture sector makes to the economic vitality of Edmonds by highlighting the many partnerships and collaborations that support this valuable aspect of life in Edmonds.
Downtown Edmonds Merchants Committee
Mission: Working together to increase sales through collaboration, events, and promotions, while having fun.
DEMA meetings are held the first Friday of the month at 8:30am at The Savvy Traveler
Economic Development Committee
Mission: To foster a vibrant economic environment for the Edmonds area in industry, services, and retail businesses and to keep abreast of local issues that may affect the business community. City, Port and County governments make decisions every day that affect commercial business interests. You can share in the Chamber's collective influence on local economic decisions and in area government affairs. Join us in our public service efforts and help spur the kind of strategic development in the city of Edmonds that will ultimately enhance your own business' growth.
425 Launch ~ Entrepreneurs' Forum
If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, are about to start a new business, or have already started one, this new discussion forum could be just the place you want to be. 425 Launch, a program of the Edmonds Chamber, seeks to strengthen our community by promoting and fostering entrepreneurship. By providing a forum for aspiring and existing entrepreneurs to exchange ideas and experiences, we can improve communication and strengthen entrepreneurship in the Edmonds community. In 2012 Forums will be held on the 4th Wednesday of every other month starting in January. Please see our Event Calendar for dates.
Assist in the organization and execution of an annual event.
Fourth of July
Organizes a family oriented Independence Day in Edmonds to attract visitors and enhance the small town atmosphere.
The Halloween event invites families to bring the kids down for a safe and fun Trick or Treating experience. This committee helps orchestrate the event. The businesses in the downtown area hand out candy to over 3000 children.
Edmonds Classic Carshow
Organizes a festival for a quality car show in September in Downtown Edmonds that will enhance our town’s image as a destination of choice for visitors, shoppers and new businesses.
The Chamber PRIM Committee (PR/Marketing & Information Committee) keeps Chamber members and the general public informed of Chamber programs, services, events and news through printed publications, advertising, marketing activities, community outreach, the Chamber website, Facebook, Twitter, plus media relations. Basic information requests from prospective new members, the community, and industry partners are also serviced through PRIM.
Serves not only in recruitment, but also in member retention by communicating regularly with members. The primary function of the committee is to offer members benefits and opportunities to enhance and promote their business. For more information please contact us.
Organizes and executes program and promotion of Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony.