The HB Business Journal

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Covid-19 has changed the way social interactions and celebrations are conducted, from class meet-ups to graduations. Fortunately, the Robert Mayer Leadership Academy Class of 2020 was able to celebrate their graduation while practicing social distancing.

To Our HB Business Community, The past few months have certainly presented once in a lifetime challenges for our businesses. But I want to assure you that helping our business community to recover and succeed going forward continues to be one of the City’s highest priorities.

*Information directly from the City of Huntington Beach website* On June 15, City Council approved the COVID-19 Small Business Relief Program to deliver one-time grants of up to $10,000 to Huntington Beach businesses with 30 or fewer employees.  The Program will provide immediate relief to qualified local businesses that have experienced hardship due to COVID-19. 

*Information directly from the City’s HB Ready website*

Our businesses in HB play a critical role in the viability of our community and the City’s ability to offer services. It is vital that our business community is able to not only survive the COVID-19 pandemic, but to come back stronger.

About Us

Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce is a membership-based business advocacy and networking organization that represents 675+ businesses, employing more than 160,000 employees in Huntington Beach and Orange County.

Contact Us

Phone (714) 536-8888

Fax (714) 960-7654

15744 Goldenwest Street
Building 22
Huntington Beach CA, 92648