• Welcome to the Northville Chamber of Commerce

  • Welcome to Your Chamber

    In its 58th year of serving the Northville Community, the Northville Chamber of Commerce gives voice to local businesses and skillfully fosters robust retail, manufacturing and service sectors through progressive programs, events and resources.  The Chamber partners with the City of Northville, Charter Township of Northville, local schools and groups to the benefit of its 400+ members and the broader community. By adapting a wide range of resources, it meets the needs of a diverse and expanding membership.

    Members and visitors drop in daily to the Chamber office. People from all walks of life take advantage of the Chamber's ability to link them to key business and community resources. Whether it's delivering timely information or providing start-up guidance, making productive personal connections is a primary Chamber mission.

    The Chamber continues to explore and implement new programs, while also maintaining the traditional tools and programs that work in concert to support and promote its local business community. The Chamber's attention to relationships drives community progress and its long-term ability to create a destination community.

  • Find a Chamber Member Business

  • Upcoming Events


  • What's Happening?

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  • Streets of Treats

    October 29, 2022
    10:00am - 12:30pm


    Main Street/Center Street
    Downtown Northville

  • Greens Market

    November 19, 2022
    9:00am - 4:00pm 

    November 20, 2022
    9:00am - 4:00pm 

    Main Street
    Downtown Northville

  • Military Banner Program

    Recognizing and honoring those brave individuals who are serving or have served in the United States Armed Forces.

  • Spotlight

  • Meet Northville

  • Community Events

    The Northville Chamber manages many of Northville's treasured and iconic events, including the Farmers' Market, State of Community Luncheon, Flower Sale, 4th of July Parade, Grub Crawl, Tapped in the 'Ville, Heritage Festival, Holiday Lighted Parade and the Military Banner Program. Sponsorship and volunteer opportunities are available at many of our events.

  • Our Community

    For nearly two centuries, Northville has been a destination. The early 19th century settlers who traversed uncharted territory to forge our community came with the same vision and determination that attracts today’s 21st century stakeholders. So what makes Northville so unique? A landscape of green space for recreation and leisure; a thriving historic downtown full of unique retail stores, restaurants and businesses; a nationally ranked school district; a robust manufacturing and technology sector, and a rich array of arts and cultural venues — these are just a few of our assets. We embrace our small town roots with events such as a weekly Farmers’ Market, Community Festivals and Parades.  We support a more than century-old cider mill along with a burgeoning global technology corridor. We are a community shaped by our past with a vision to the future. We are uniquely Northville.

  • Northville Schools

    Strong community support has long been a hallmark of the district, which educates 7,252 students at six elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school and a special education center. Robust academic resources and advanced courses challenge learning for elementary through high school students.