About the Chamber
The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit, voluntary organization of members working together to promote positive and productive relations among the businesses in the city, and between those businesses and the community itself.
History of the Chamber
When former Mayor Kenneth E. Patton took office in January, 2000, one of the main objectives of his administration was to establish a venue where the local businesses could work with the City Administration to achieve continuing strong economic growth…
Board of Directors
Executive Committee and Board of Directors members…
The City of Brooklyn is a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio located just six miles southwest of Downtown and less than fifteen minutes from Cleveland Hopkins Airport with a population of 11,169 (2010 Census)…
Interactive map with a feature that lets you find chamber members by category.