Established in 1947, the Coachella Chamber of Commerce has a proud history of serving its members.  Known as the “City of Eternal Sunshine”, Coachella has a rich history as a rural and agricultural community in the desert.  It has become one of the state’s fastest-growing cities in the late 20th century. When it incorporated in 1946, it had 1,000 residents, but as of the last census the population had grown to 40,704.

Growing beyond its agricultural roots, Coachella has quickly transformed into one of the valley’s premiere art hubs.  The Coachella Walls, beautiful murals painted by local artists throughout downtown that celebrate the city’s people and history, adorn historic buildings. Visitors can enjoy a variety of restaurants, downtown shops and gambling at Augustine Casino and Spotlight 29 Casino.  Hotel Indigo, a planned 35-acre resort will add to the city’s growing reputation.

The Coachella Chamber of Commerce is a founding member of the Greater Coachella valley Chamber of Commerce.

For more information on the City of Coachella, or the Coachella Chamber of Commerce, visit:

Coachella Chamber of Commerce
1515 6th St.
Coachella, CA 92236

Mon-Thu 8:30AM – 4:30PM

(760) 347-0676

Information on the City of Coachella click HERE

Chamber News

Fall 2023 GCVCC Voice of Business

Award Winners Announced for the 2023 Annual Installation and Business Awards Dinner

Ribbon Cutting Recap: Coachella Canna Club

COACHELLA TO HOST ALL VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES AT A PANCAKE BREAKFAST THIS SATURDAY

Coachella Valley Public Cemetery District Hosts Veterans Day Ceremony

Coachella Prospera Site Visit & Presentation: Coachella to detail plans surrounding their TCC Program Strategies

Coachella Valley Public Cemetery District Awarded the Earl F. Sayre Excellence in Safety Award

Calling all food vendors in Coachella

Congratulations 2022 Award Winners

Indio Ribbon Cutting & Economic Development Week Celebration

Board Members

Chair
Chair
Established in 1947, the Coachella Chamber of Commerce has a proud history of serving its members.  Known as the “City of Eternal Sunshine”, Coachella has a rich history as a rural and agricultural community in the desert.  It has become one of the state’s fastest-growing cities in the late 20th century. When it incorporated in 1946, it had 1,000 residents, but as of the last census the population had grown to 40,704. Growing beyond its agricultural roots, Coachella has quickly transformed into one of the valley’s premiere art hubs.  The Coachella Walls, beautiful murals painted by local artists throughout downtown that celebrate the city’s people and history, adorn historic buildings. Visitors can enjoy a variety of restaurants, downtown shops and gambling at Augustine Casino and Spotlight 29 Casino.  Hotel Indigo, a planned 35-acre resort will add to the city’s growing reputation. The Coachella Chamber of Commerce is a founding member of the Greater Coachella valley Chamber of Commerce. For more information on the City of Coachella, or the Coachella Chamber of Commerce, visit: Coachella Chamber of Commerce 1515 6th St. Coachella, CA 92236 Mon-Thu 8:30AM – 4:30PM (760) 347-0676 Information on the City of Coachella click HERE
Alma Gutierrez
Plaza Garibaldi Restaurant, Inc.
Alma Gutierrez
Plaza Garibaldi Restaurant, Inc.
Aurora Saldivar
CA State Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia, 56th District
Aurora Saldivar
CA State Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia, 56th District
Aurora Saldivar is the Communications Director for Assembly member Eduardo Garcia, representing California District 56.  She is also a past member of the Indio Chamber of Commerce staff.  In her role as Chair of the GCV Coachella Chamber of Commerce, Aurora advises the Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce on the Coachella Business District and matters of commerce and advocacy related to it.
Chris Little
Desert Jet
Chris Little
Desert Jet
Jose Lora
Entravision
Jose Lora
Entravision
Mirna Flores
FitzHenry-Wiefels Cremation & Burial Service
Mirna Flores
FitzHenry-Wiefels Cremation & Burial Service
Pedro Infante
Imperial Western Products
Pedro Infante
Imperial Western Products