Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the Harford County Chamber of Commerce?

A: The Harford County Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit, 501(c)6 organization dedicated to supporting businesses and organizations in the Harford County area.

ADVOCACY: Over the past 45 years, the Harford Chamber has been the recognized voice for business in the area, offering support of pro-business legislation, relationships and connections, and educational and professional development opportunities.

CONNECTIONS: The meaningful relationships and connections made between Harford Chamber members go beyond networking. Traditional event attendance is only one of many ways to create relationships and gain recognition – the Chamber offers exclusive promotional opportunities, digital members-only forums, leads groups, and frequent virtual Happy Hour with Heather and Coffee & Connections “business card exchange” sessions. 

EDUCATION: The Harford Chamber works to both foster the next generation of leaders and provide established individuals with valuable professional development opportunities.

COST-SAVINGS PROGRAMS: Chamber members enjoy 13 cost-saving programs which provide enhanced flexibility in business finances. Learn more.

Q: How do I become a member of the Chamber?

A: Joining the Chamber is easy! Simply fill out our membership application here, make your annual dues payment, and we will reach out to you with an introductory call to discuss how you can make the most of your membership. If you’re not sure if you want to become a member yet, contact us for more information!

Q: How do I find out if a business is a Chamber Member?

A: To see a full updated list of current Harford Chamber members, view our online Membership Directory.

Q: If my employer is a member of the Chamber, does that make me a member?

A: Yes! If your employer has joined the Chamber, they are providing all of their employees with access to Chamber benefits. The business/organization is always listed as the member, and employees are listed as member representatives. To be listed as a representative on our website or Member Information Center (MIC), please contact Chamber staff.

Q: Can the Chamber provide me with a list of all the businesses in Harford County?

A: We do not keep a list of every business in Harford. We do have a list of businesses that are Chamber Members. To view this list, see our online Membership Directory.

Q: Is the Chamber government-affiliated?

A: The Chamber of Commerce is not a department of county or state governments.