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  • Your Magnolia Chamber, Your Leading Advocate!

    The Magnolia Chamber of Commerce is the leading advocate for the business community. 

    Together we...

    • highlight and take pride in the beauty of our area
    • build strong relationships, networks and resources
    • strengthen and connect the position of the community as a whole
    • promote sustainable economic growth of a diverse, viable business community
  • Welcome to Magnolia! Welcome to Magnolia!

    Located on a peninsula west of Queen Anne Hill‚ south of the Ballard Locks‚ and only minutes from downtown Seattle‚ Magnolia with its natural boundaries has a special feeling of being an island. Accessible by three bridges‚ Magnolia is a special place to live and visit‚ yet it still retains a small town atmosphere where you can easily get to know your neighbors. [more]

    The Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle has a remarkable and unique business district. The center is known as the ‘Village’ and is home to some of Seattle’s top award winning restaurants and coffee shops, well known specialty shops and professional services. The outer rim of this unique island-like neighborhood is home to marine business and borders the Fisherman’s Terminal with docks for the fishing industry. Additionally, there are a number of other great businesses in various commercial areas throughout Magnolia.

  •                                                                   Magnolia Chamber Mission Magnolia Chamber Mission

    To build a united, vibrant business community by enhancing our visibility and

    promoting our unique mix of enterprises in our community and to attract and engage the public.

  • New Update from the Board of Directors and Officers! New Update from the Board of Directors and Officers!


    The Chamber president, Scott Ward, has resigned.  The president of the Chamber is a position that requires time, energy & being available at moments notice.  With his life split between Bellingham & Magnolia, it wasn't possible for Scott to maintain being President of the Chamber.  Scott will maintain his involvement in two major events sponsored by the Chamber - Summerfest & Winterfest. 

    Scott's energy, vision, dedication, outreach & inclusiveness will be missed.  It is through his efforts that the Chamber is modernizing & attracting a broader base of businesses - both those that work out of their home & traditional brick & mortar locations.  Our best wishes to Scott & Cameron as they begin their next chapter. 

    The new Chamber president is Donal Kavanaugh from Triune Pilates, with Joe Villarino of Magnolia Patrol elected as the new Vice President.
     
  • Magnolia Village Tomorrow! Magnolia Village Tomorrow!

    The Magnolia Chamber of Commerce is 
    leading the work to
    improve Magnolia Village.


    We gathered data in the summer of 2015,
    held a Town Hall meeting in early October,
    met with focus groups,
    distilled this information
    to imagine the possibility of Magnolia Village.

     
    2016 is the year to take that vision & work on 
    Commercial Revitalization.


    Join us for the Inaugural Meeting 
     Wednesday, May 18th, 6:00 to 7:30 pm;
    Magnolia United Church of Christ
    3555 West McGraw Street
     
     
    We need your help to:

    - establish a steering committee -
     - create a neighborhood organization -
     - engage businesses & residents in the vision -
     

    Click here for PDF

     
     
     
  • Summerfest 2016 Fundraiser Summerfest 2016 Fundraiser

    Summerfest 2016 Fundraiser

    The Magnolia Chamber of Commerce, working with longtime

    Magnolia coffee roaster, Caffe Appassionato, announces a fundraiser to help support

    Summerfest 2016.

    The Magnolia Chamber of Commerce has sponsored Magnolia Summerfest for over 50 years and since 1985, it is a Seafair Community Event. There are a number of upfront expenses that the Chamber pays for in order for the event to take place. Here is a link to the proposed Summerfest 2016 budget.

     

    Summerfest 2016 Fundraiser Budget Click Here

     

    Please Support the Summerfest 2016! Click Here

     

    Caffe Appassionato, to help in the efforts of the Magnolia Chamber of Commerce

    sponsor Summerfest 2016, developed a new roast -

    Summerfest 2016 Blend.

    Suitable for many palates, it is available

    in Medium Roast, Dark French Roast and Decaf -

    Whole Bean & Ground.

    Cost is $12, with the proceeds devoted to Summerfest 2016.

    The Summerfest 2016 blend will be available in

    Magnolia Village at

    Current & Furbish,

    Caffe Appassionato will be selling

    Summerfest 2016 Blend at their

    Coffee Roastery across from Fishermen’s Terminal

    (4001 21st Avenue West).

    This makes for a unique Hostess gift or Holiday remembrance knowing you are supporting this fun Festival while enjoying an Award-Winning cup of coffee!

    Many thanks to the team at Caffe Appassionato Coffee Roasters for their

    support of Magnolia, the Chamber & Summerfest 2016.

  • Magnolia Village Vision Magnolia Village Vision

    Charmingly Urban Oasis

    We gathered data all summer long,
    had a Town Hall meeting in early October,
    met with focus groups,
    distilled this information
    to imagine the possibility of Magnolia Village.

    Here is that outcome.

    After the first of the year, work will begin on a number of areas to
    revitalize Magnolia Village

    - establish a steering committee -
     - create a neighborhood organization -
    - secure sustainable funding -
     - develop new events for Magnolia Village -
     - engage businesses & residents in the vision -

    Join us.

  • 2016 Magnolia Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors & Officers 2016 Magnolia Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors & Officers

    Here is the 2016 Magnolia Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors & Officers:

    Board of Directors

    Donal Kavanaugh      President

    Joe Villarino              Vice President

    Chuck Flaherty          Secretary

    Bill Whitham             Treasurer

    Heather Ussery         Immediate Past President

    Board of Trustees

    Mark Mauzey
    Shaun Myrick
    David Self
    Alissa Desancic
    Joe Villarino
    Jamie Williams

    Mike Smith - (Alternate)

  • Seattle Metro Chamber Seattle Metro Chamber

    Did you know that if you're a member of the Magnolia Chamber and meet the small business criteria, you can be a Seattle Metro Chamber member for FREE? 

    The Magnolia Chamber of Commerce is committed to helping grow small businesses.
     
    Do you qualify? Click here.