Business Support


A thriving beach community in north county San Diego, California, Encinitas is known for it’s friendly people and great business atmosphere. The Encinitas Chamber of Commerce, ECC, plays an important role in supporting local business. The ECC works with a number of community organizations in the north county to provide service and support designed to help businesses grow and prosper.

DEMA -  Downtown Encinitas Mainstreet Associationwww.encinitas101.com

DEMA is an organization committed to revitalizing and preserving the Encinitas, California area between the Pacific Ocean to the west, Encinitas Boulevard to the north, Vulcan Avenue to the east and K Street to the south. A dedicated Board of Directors from businesses in the area takes great pride in helping foster the development of programs and initiatives that will highlight their historical district, dating back to its development in the late 1800’s.

Leucadia 101 Main Street Associationwww.leucadia101.com

The creation of Leucadia 101 in 2003 marked the beginning of a MainStreet revitalization effort for the North Coast Hwy 101 corridor from Encinitas Blvd. to La Costa Blvd. Following the example of the Downtown Encinitas MainStreet Association (DEMA), and 1700 other MainStreet programs nationwide, Leucadia 101 works in community partnership with the City of Encinitas and stakeholders located in Encinitas and Leucadia towards the improvement of the North Hwy 101 corridor.

Cardiff By The Sea Chamber of Commercewww.cardiffbythesea.org

The Cardiff Chamber of Commerce/Cardiff 101′s mission is to promote small town friendliness within the community towards local residents and visitors alike. The Chamber is an all volunteer organization of business and professional people, along with community members, who combine their efforts to improve their community within the city of Encinitas.

Colony Olivenhainwww.olivenhain.org

The Olivenhain Town Council is a not-for-profit corporation formed to hold and preserve the Olivenhain Meeting Hall and property. The objective of the Olivenhain Town Council is: to protect and preserve the rural atmosphere that we have inherited from those before us. Membership is open to any resident or property owner of Olivenhain. Membership is $25 per year which pays for the monthly newsletter and contributes to maintenance of the Olivenhain Meeting Hall and grounds. Members receive 10-12 newsletters each year. To join, fill out the membership form and mail your check to the Olivenhain Town Council.

Encinitas Live:www.encinitaslive.com

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Encinitas Chamber of Commerce

Physical Address: 527 Encinitas Blvd. Suite 207, Encinitas, CA 92024
Phone 760-753-6041 - Fax: 760-753-6270
E-mail: info@encinitaschamber.com

Monday, December 11, 2017