About the Chamber

Welcome to Monrovia!

The Monrovia Chamber of Commerce is a volunteer based non-profit corporation comprised of the businesses in this community. The Chamber of Commerce harnesses the tremendous potential of the private enterprise system and enables its membership to accomplish collectively what no one could do individually. Founded in 1897 and incorporated in 1939, the Chamber continues to grow to meet the challenges of today’s business climate.


The objective of the Monrovia Chamber of Commerce is to promote and meet the needs of business and to make Monrovia the best possible community in which to live, work and do business.


Membership in the Chamber provides advantages designed to meet business needs in areas such as business promotion, business assistance, networking, advertising, education, and legislative representation.The Chamber members who serve on the Board of Directors, on the committees and as Ambassadors are business leaders who volunteer their valuable time working for you because they believe in the effectiveness of the Monrovia Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber maintains an office with a full-time staff to provide services to the membership, visitors and the community.


Stop in and say HELLO…

620 S. Myrtle Avenue,
Monrovia, CA 91016
Telephone: 626-358-1159
Website: www.monroviacc.com
Email: Chamber@monroviacc.com

“Several years ago, I left nineteen years in corporate management and embarked on a new career in real estate. Initially intimidated by the prospect of starting a new career, I was encouraged by friend and Monrovia business legend Pam Fitzpatrick to not only join the Chamber but take an active involvement it. Through active involvement as a Chamber Ambassador, my business prospects have grown but more importantly, the business and personal relationships established through the Chamber are priceless.”

Richard Duran Andrews, Realtor, Century 21 Adams & Barnes

“As the Community Outreach Specialist for the Blood Donor Center, my job is to educate the community about the importance of blood and platelet donations for patients at City of Hope. I always look forward to Monrovia Chamber events, and when I hear the words “here comes our Community Vampire,” I know that it is a term of endearment, and that I have done a good job. Through our work with the Monrovia Chamber of Commerce we have gained MANY community partners who have joined us in the fight against cancer. Whether it has been hosting a blood drive, donating snacks or donor gifts, coming to the center to donate blood or platelets, or helping us spread the word to family and friends, the Monrovia community has really come through for patients in the fight of their lives. Together we make a difference, and we truly appreciate your continued support.”

Latascha Johnson, Community Outreach Specialist, City of Hope Blood Donor Center

“Being a Chamber member has enriched my experience as a Monrovia businessman and resident. The Monrovia Chamber of Commerce is the ideal way for any business to get to know the community and its members. By joining the Chamber and being an involved member, you’ll build connections with fellow business owners, the city leadership, and the rich tapestry of local groups and organizations that make Monrovia a great place to work and live.”

Robert Helbing, President, Air Tro Inc.

“The Monrovia Chamber is about working together and helping each other’s businesses grow. Foothill Credit Union has been a member since 1999. Through our relationship with the Chamber we have been able to strengthen our community involvement and are viewed as a partner versus just a financial institution. The Chamber provides networking opportunities, supports businesses on legislative issues and is always there to help promote your business. Take advantage of the opportunities, get involved, build relationships and you will see results. I am community-minded and truly care about the economic development and public safety. Monrovia is a very quaint community; it’s a great place to raise a family, a great place to own a business.”

Judy Schaeffler, Vice President Lending, Foothill Credit Union