Since it’s founding in 1935, the Spring Valley Chamber of Commerce has provided dedicated services to its…More members and to the community at large. The Chamber helps its members stay informed of local governmental activities on issues affecting the community. The Chamber works closely with other civic groups and public officials. It works to build public sentiment towards a solution to civic problems.
Last year, the Chamber celebrated its 75th anniversary, making it one of the oldest Chambers in San Diego County.
The executive director is Tina Carlson. Other Board of Directors members include:
Linda McBride-Cypher – President Angelica Wallace – 1st Vice President Mindi Jarvis – 2nd Vice President Ann Duggan – Secretary Frank Lukehart – Treasurer
The board meets on the first Thursday of each month at 7:30 a.m. at Cali Comfort Restaurant.
Tucked behind the historic Reverend Henry A. McKinney House on University Avenue before it becomes La Mesa Boulevard…More are the museum and archives of the La Mesa Historical Society. The Palermo Building houses this material.
The society is a nonprofit, volunteer-backed organization that uses no state or city funds. Its board of directors meets monthly, with a general membership meeting quarterly. The society hosts special events three or four times a year, including a Historic Homes Tour.
Officers also can be reached at P.O. Box 882, La Mesa CA 91944.