Our Mission

To promote the well-being of our communities
through healthy businesses and growing economies.

Communities Served

The Eastport Area Chamber of Commerce serves the Maine communites of: Calais, Charlotte, Dennysville, Eastport, Edmunds, Grand Lakes Stream, Lubec, Pembroke, Perry, Pleasant Point, Princeton, Robbinston, Whiting and also Campobello, New Brunswick, Canada.

Our Services

Communication link to the general public

  • Information CenterThe chamber receives calls to their 853-4644 number year round. With a remote connection the phone is answered by a volunteer even though the office is closed in the winter.

  • The email info@eastportchamber.net .

  • Eastport Area website, www.eastportchamber.net, gives links to member businesses, pertinent upcoming dates and general information about our area.

  • Staffed information office Mid June through mid September. Ten volunteers work to staff the office Monday through Friday 10 Am to 3 PM. Informational brochures office.

Communication network for members

  • Information from Maine Office of Tourism, the Maine Chamber of Commerce , Biz Magazine may be passed along to chamber members

  • Opportunities to socialize at after hours, breakfasts, and at meetings allows members to meet their fellow business leaders of the community.

Other Services and Activities

  • Chamber Insurance Program - The US Chamber of Commerce markets a reasonably priced health insurance which is available to members.

  • Seat at the table at Downeast Area Regional Tourism (DART) - The Eastport Area Chamber has been a leader in the Hancock- Washington County grassroots tourism group.

  • Organizes the Eastport Salmon and Seafood Festival - A fundraiser for the Chamber, the September festival brings people into the city for the Labor day weekend.

What We've Achieved

  • The Chamber was instrumental in coordinating the BikeMaine host city role for 450 bicyclists in the fall of 2016.

  • The Chamber has planned and financed the Eastport Salmon and Seafood Festival for over 30 years.

  • The Chamber has been in existence serving local businesses since 1918 - 100 years in 2018!

  • The Chamber is a stakeholder in working to bring ferry service back to the area.