Dedicated to our Members

Here at the Atascadero Chamber of Commerce, we are dedicated to our members every step of the way, from starting to growing your business.

Membership with the chamber means many things. First, you have access to all the resources available through our network. Everything from mixers to vendors opportunities will be available to our members. If you’re a business in Atascadero, that’s reason enough to consider joining northern San Luis Obispo County’s fastest-growing Chamber.

But there’s more.

In addition to chamber resources, our members are part of a system of collaboration and support – chamber staff, ambassadors and members working together to make Atascadero and surrounding region and outstanding location for business prosperity.

Why Join the Chamber

Here at the Atascadero Chamber of Commerce, we are dedicated to our members every step of the way, from starting to growing your business.

Membership with the chamber means many things. First, you have access to all the resources available through our network. Everything from mixers to vendors opportunities will be available to our members. If you’re a business in Atascadero, that’s reason enough to consider joining.

But there’s more.

In addition to chamber resources, our members are part of a system of collaboration and support – chamber staff, ambassadors and members working together to make Atascadero and surrounding region and outstanding location for business prosperity.

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Chamber Initiative

To assist you: attentive, helpful and courteous staff

To help you reach goals: chamber ambassadors

To build clients: events, vendor opportunities, speaking engagements, mixers, networking

To improve your business: workshops, virtual library

To stay in the loop: e-blast, e-newsletter

To amplify your voice: chamber advocacy

To meet people: mixers, ribbon cuttings, events

To be a part of the business network: event calendar, Destination Guide, Business Directory

Which membership level is right for me?

​​One of the perks of becoming a member of the Atascadero Chamber of Commerce is choosing your level of investment. Check out all of the membership options and contact our Membership Director, Julie Matthews, at julie@atascaderochamber.org or 805.466.2044 to talk with us about which investment is right for your business.

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Explore Membership Options

Annual Small Membership (Businesses with 0 to 25 employees

Annual Medium Membership (Businesses with 25 to 50 employees)

Annual Large Membership (Businesses with 51+ employees)

Non Profit

Civic Member

Individual/No Business

Virtual Office At BridgeWorks

Conference Room Daily Rental

BridgeWorks Coworking Day Pass

BridgeWorks Coworking Day Pass (Pack Of 5 Passes)

UnReserved BridgeWorks

Reserved BridgeWorks

BridgeWorks Private Offices

Manager Office BridgeWorks

Reserved BridgeWorks

BridgeWorks Private Offices

Manager Office BridgeWorks

Executive Office BridgeWorksCall for availability. 805.466.2044

Additional BridgeWorks Team Member (For Manager Office & Executive Office)Virtual Office At BridgeWorks

Conference Room Daily Rental

BridgeWorks Coworking Day Pass

BridgeWorks Coworking Day Pass (Pack Of 5 Passes)

UnReserved BridgeWorks

Reserved BridgeWorks

BridgeWorks Private Offices

Manager Office BridgeWorks

Executive Office BridgeWorks – Call for availability. 805.466.2044

Additional BridgeWorks Team Member (For Manager Office & Executive Office)

Supporting Local

To support Atascadero’s local business purveyors and service providers, we need you. We always encourage our members to support one another, either through promotions or simply word-of-mouth. You’ll find that with Chamber membership, clients and leads can be generated organically through your level of involvement. In the long-run, all of this leads to efforts geared to bolster local business in Atascadero with a penchant for maintaining a commitment to helping Atascadero business’ thrive through our shop local program.

Community Solidarity

Whether it’s the many nonprofit chamber members who drive charitable causes or the Colony District mom-and-pop boutiques bringing a flourishing arts, culture and nightlife scene – your membership helps Atascadero business thrive.

As your chamber, we are committed to bringing our members together. In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re working cohesively to strengthen city tourism dollars and boost economic prosperity. We advocate for you on legislative issues and work hard to ensure you have fair representation on our boards and committees. In addition, keeping members abreast of these opportunities is a transparent process that reflects our values rooted in integrity, honesty, and fairness.

Moving Atascadero Forward

In 2022 and beyond, we look forward to working with you as members and the Atascadero business community at-large to make Atascadero the best place to live, work and place possible. In the last decade, Atascadero has grown tremendously into thriving business climate. In the next decade, expect great things to come from the wonderful City of Atascadero.

Interconnection

Business networking in Atascadero begins with the Chamber. Mixers, events, workshops and classes are amongst opportunities to grow your business and create new relationships. The Chamber is proud offer its members the chance to meet and intermingle with fellow Atascadero business folks, city supporters, government officials, nonprofits and the many new faces that we’re seeing at local events. As a member of the Chamber, your business has the chance to participate in these events as vendors, guest speakers, judges, and event host. This front-facing exposure creates vibrancy amongst our members and is a wonderful way to meet in person.

Government relations

Advocacy is a huge part of what we do at the Chamber to protect your business interests by petitioning legislators and playing an active role in the legislative process on your behalf.

Essentially, we work for you while you work on your business. We bring your perspective to elected leaders, who frequently look to the Atascadero Chamber for information directly from our membership.

Locally, the Atascadero Chamber of Commerce acts on your behalf to ensure government policies are in sync with the memberships’ needs well and works hard to informs it members of ways to have their voices heard in local politics.

If you’re looking for a strong voice in government, the Chamber has and will continue to serve as a strong government advocate for you and your business with a strong pulse on government policies that affect you as business owners such as:

Business: taxation, ballot measures, assessments, regional input

Development: building codes, municipal projects, urban/rural projects

Social issues: diversity, equity & inclusion, homelessness, jobs creation

Learn more about Chamber advocacy.

Examples of Atascadero Chamber resources:

As a Chamber member, you have access to tools provided by the Chamber to help support your business needs. These resources are available to our members. Here are some examples:

BridgeWorks Coworking – an affordable option for entrepreneurs seeking office space

Women’s Small Business Development Center – the first of its kind in northern San Luis Obispo County

Events – get involved, sponsor, become a vendor

Member Assets – downloadable for your use

Business Directory –local businesses listings by category

Boards & Councils – leadership and oversight opportunities

One-on-one – call or visit us anytime