Thank you for visiting the Indian River County Chamber of Commerce website. As we celebrate our 100th anniversary, the rich legacy of Indian River County shines through on every tab. Our goal is to make it easy for you to find all that the communities of Vero Beach, Fellsmere and Sebastian as well as the County have to offer in one location. Let this website be your first stop in building a lasting relationship with us.
Our business climate is accessible and proactive, with many opportunities throughout the county to build and grow your business. The Economic Development tab is the first step in allowing us to help you achieve success. Once you’re here, I invite you to join the Chamber to maximize your networking and professional development opportunities. Membership information is also available on our website.
Indian River County offers an extraordinary quality of life to our residents, guests, and business partners with so much to offer – world class beaches, amazing arts and cultural activities, great restaurants, quaint shopping districts and convenient retail centers. Our Chamber of Commerce is committed to the success and well-being of Indian River County. We offer a Newcomer’s Guide to make it easy to get to our community. As we move into our next 100 years, we are committed to continuing our legacy of service to this community.
Indian River County Chamber of Commerce
1216 21st Street
Vero Beach, FL 32960
Congratulations to our Business of the Month:
Proud Supporters of
Through the efforts of both Senator Mayfield and Representative Grall and Indian River County businesses, the businesses that were affected by the Red Tide are now eligible to participate in the Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program. Qualified businesses are eligible for up to $50,000. The loan terms include an interest-free loan for up to 180 days. The deadline for the application is December 16, 2018.
If you are interested in the Vero Electric sale, the following is a link to a third party petition that requests that the Florida Industrial Power Users Group drop its protest at the Florida Public Service Commission and allow the Vero Beach electric system sale to be completed.