As a region, the Eastern Sierras have much to offer our visitors, and those who choose to make their life here. That is why the Alpine County Chamber values our relationships with our neighboring communities; while each has unique offerings, we are all stronger when working together to accomplish our goals. Please visit our partner websites to learn more about our region as a whole:
The Amador County Chamber of Commerce strives to be an advocate for business, serve as the primary catalyst for a vibrant economy that stimulates and retains jobs, and the be the champion to create strong communities for the Amador County Area, resulting in an enhanced quality of life. Visit our site.
Stretching from the foothills above the Sacramento Valley through rugged mountains to Lake Tahoe, the “Golden County” of California has a terrain as diverse as its population. Many businesses and individuals have joined together to form a Chamber of Commerce devoted to preserving the quality of life in El Dorado County by advocating and promoting a strong, healthy and diverse business community. Visit our site.
Calaveras Visitors Bureau is located inside the Angels Camp Museum and is your go-to for information about all there is to see and do in Angels Camp, Calaveras County, the Gold Country and High Sierra. Visit our site.
CalBike advocates for equitable, inclusive, and prosperous communities where bicycling helps to enable all Californians to lead healthy and joyful lives. Visit our site.
The Carson Valley Chamber is a voluntary organization of businessesand professionals who have joined together for the purpose of promoting the civic and business community. The organization operates within the premise that the area’s economic well-being is directly linked to the representation and activities of the Chamber. Visit our site.
The Chambers of Commerce in each community throughout Mono County are excellent resources for information about local small businesses, available community services, and upcoming events, and also offer trip planning assistance. Visit our site.
The South Tahoe Chamber of Commerce shall serve as an advocate for business and residents of South Lake Tahoe recognizing that the welfare of our economy rests on the ability of our diverse population to sustain our natural environment in balance with the recreational, professional, cultural, educational, economic, and civic well being of our residents and visitors in the South Lake Tahoe area. Visit our site.
Due to large scale rain events in Eastern Alpine County, Highway 89 will be closed to all traffic from Turtle Rock Park to Markleeville until further notice. Access to Markleeville will be through Monitor Pass for residents.
Donate to the Markleeville Business Resilience Fund: https://gofund.me/15312fac
Road Closure Information: https://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/
Flash Flood Warning & Watch Mapping: https://arcg.is/1XqXLW