Incorporated in 1970, the Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce has now been serving the Indian Valley Communities (East Rockhill Township, Franconia Township, Hatfield Borough, Hatfield Township, Hilltown Township, Lower Salford Township, Salford Township, Skippack, Souderton Borough, Telford Borough, Towamencin Township, Upper Salford Township, West Rockhill Township) for over 30 years.
It is an organization made up of local businessmen and women who provide leadership and philosophical direction.
The Chamber sponsors an annual "Celebrate the Indian Valley Week", which is held the first week of October. The week showcases the various components that are vital to the community. The highlight of the week is our Business Expo. Just some of the other activities for all to be part of and enjoy, include an Arts Gala, Restaurant Festival and Career Day. It’s an opportunity to showcase the unique community that we are.
Detailed information on these activities is found throughout the website or you may contact the Chamber office (215) 723-9472.
IVCC was officially formed in 1970 by a group of concerned businessmen and women and civic leaders. The purpose of its formation was to be an advocate for business, promote orderly growth and improvement of this area in which we live. We feel that as a community it holds great promise now and for the future. We feel that it is a good place to do business, live, and work, and are pleased for the opportunity of sharing it with you, your family and your business.