The Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce (LVCC) proudly represents its members, providing leadership to support economic vitality in the region for more than 80 years. Incorporated in May 1937, the Chamber supports its members with promotions, advocacy and a network of key connections for a sustainable and successful economy.
The Livermore Valley is located in the Tri-Valley region of eastern Alameda County. It lies along the I-580/Altamont highway and rail gateway corridor connecting the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area region with the Central Valley and the rest of California. It is situated within about a one-hour drive to major metropolitan areas including Oakland, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, the San Mateo Peninsula and Napa Valley. LVCC is located within the city of Livermore and its nearby neighbors are the cities of Pleasanton and Dublin. This strategic location makes the Livermore Valley an attractive draw for business.
Chamber members represent private businesses, public and public-private agencies, nonprofit organizations and individuals. Small businesses and the largest employers in the Livermore Valley are chamber members. National laboratories, large health care network systems, educational institutions, manufacturers, wineries, ranchers, hotels, restaurants and retail, high- and low-tech, start-ups, new and established businesses make up our membership roster.
What does this diverse cadre of members have in common? A spirit of collaboration and community, seeking success not only for the “bottom line” but also understanding and acting upon the definition of success as a good quality of life for employees and for the community in which it operates. LVCC membership is a partnership, strengthening the bonds between business, government and the greater community and creating a Livermore Valley that is an amazing place to live, work, visit and to do business. I invite you to visit and discover the benefits of being a member of LVCC.
Dawn P. Argula
LVCC President & CEO