Over the past 108 years, the Antelope Valley has evolved from a farming community to one of the premier aviation research and development sites in the nation.
Lancaster was a prosperous community in the late 1890s, and local businessment began to recognize a need to join forces to promote their town and protect local businesses. On Nov. 17th 1902, the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce was formed to fill this need.
The business community now serves a greater Antelope Valley region population of more than 480,000 people. As the Antelope Valley continues to develop, the Chamber of Commerce continues to evolve to meet the changing needs of its members. The Chamber offers a variety of benefits to help business network and grow their businesses.
The Antelope Valley has a lot to offer both as a home for business and as a community to live in and raise a family.
Lancaster, CA is a great place to live and do business. The city’s reasonable housing, family-focused environment and outstanding incentives for starting or relocating a business make this the perfect community for “having it all” and realizing a better quality of life, both personally and professionally.
R. Rex Parris Mayor