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Membership Application
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Membership List
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CHAMBER INFORMATION

The Belhaven Community Chamber of Commerce is a membership-based organization serving the towns of Belhaven, Bath, Pantego and all of Northeastern Beaufort County. The Chamber is located at 125 W. Main Street in Belhaven, in the town’s original train depot. We are easy to locate because we have our own caboose!



The Chamber has been serving the community since 1952. The mission of this non-profit organization is to “promote and enhance the business, civic and economic development of Bath, Belhaven, Pantego and all of northeastern Beaufort County by serving as an information distribution center, a small business development center and providing economic support to our communities.” The Chamber’s goal is to protect the vitality of Northeastern Beaufort County, improve the quality of life and work to ensure our membership’s success. We are dedicated to tourism, serving as a Visitor’s Center for Belhaven, Bath and Pantego providing area tourist information, maps and updates on area events and attractions.

In Belhaven and our surrounding communities you will find a balance of business, recreation and a true sense of community. Visit our towns and discover the charm, friendliness and opportunities that are offered.

Please feel free to stop by the Chamber for a visit!


Chamber Newsletters

All Newsletters are in Adobe .pdf format, and when clicked on will open in a new window. Download times will vary with each newsletter.

2015 Newsletters:
Newsletters
2015-07 Newsletter
2015-03 Newsletter
2015-04 Newsletter
2015-06 Newsletter

Chamber Minutes
BOD Minutes Feb. 2015.docx
BOD Minutes May 2015.docx