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With the City of Cypress now sporting more than 2,000 businesses, the Chamber of Commerce is committed to speaking for that community. The Chamber has developed its own DVD, outlining its leadership and advocacy through testimonials. The Chamber also solicits input from its members through periodic electronic surveys, determining trends or interest on proposed projects or programs


The mission statement of the Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce is to promote business and community growth through active leadership in civic, cultural, legislative, and educational programs. The Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce is an organization consisting of business and professional members who have united for the purpose of community improvement and development. This development will carry out into the entire community and includes the creation of a sound economic base and orderly growth. The primary purpose of the Chamber is to be the “voice of business”, but it goes beyond that to reflect the feelings and the needs of the residential community.


The Garden Grove Chamber is diligent in serving local residents, businesses, and visitors as well as serving as a community information center. Each day, the Chamber answers inquires, fields questions, and distributes literature about local events and activities, community services and related information. Through its activities and resources, the Chamber is able to promote the community’s values and aesthetics as being an excellent place to work, shop and live.

The Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit, non-governmental, voluntary membership organization comprised of local businesses and leaders interested in enhancing our community. It serves as the link between businesses, local government, neighborhood associations, and the general public. Chamber members are able to mutually aid each other in promoting and producing business, and aid the community by providing important services and tax revenues.

Interaction with the entire Garden Grove community is an integral part of the Chamber’s objectives. Business…Community…Government…Working together to make Garden Grove a better place for everyone to live and work.


Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce

12866 Main Street, Suite 102

Garden Grove, CA 92840-5298

Phone: (714) 638-7950

Fax: (714) 636-6672


The Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce is the leader of and catalyst for plans, strategies, programs and services that promote a favorable business climate, improve the quality of life, and support the orderly growth and development of our City.


The Los Alamitos Area Chamber of Commerce's platform is to provide direction in the development of positions on legislation, and other public policy issues include:

Facilitate a market-based economy

Improve educational and cultural service systems

Eliminiate excessive regulation

Support programs

Community Leadership


Los Alamitos Chamber of Commerce

3231 Katella Ave.

Los Alamitos, CA 90720

Phone: (562) 598-6659

Fax: (562) 598-7035


The Seal Beach Chamber of Commerce is made up of merchants, businesses and organizations in and around the Seal Beach area.

The Chamber’s mission is to sustain, promote and grow business and to enhance the quality of life of the Seal Beach community.


Seal Beach Chamber of Commerce

201 8th Street, Suite 120

Seal Beach, CA 90740

Phone: (562) 799-0179

Fax: (562) 795-5637


The Stanton California Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1952 with a simple objective: to support local businesses. For over 55 years, that simple mission drives everything we do.

The Chamber's purpose in this community is to serve as the leader in three key areas:

  • Advocating the interests of local business to government organizations such as the City Council and planning Commission.
  • Providing cooperative programs such as marketing and public relations to benefit local businesses, which they could not afford individually.
  • Creating a healthy business environment that contributes to the Stanton quality of life.


Stanton Chamber of Commerce

8381 Katella Ave., Suite H

Stanton, CA 90680

Phone: (714) 995-1485

Fax: (714) 995-1184


Do you live in or travel to Huntington Beach ? Want the local's lowdown on Surf City USA ? This LocalHB website was created by the Huntington Beach locals to promote the sense of community in this city. It is a site where you can get the scoop on where to go , what to do , restaurants for dining or nightlife , surfing , where to shop , Huntington Beach Hotel reservations , coupons , places to see , calendar of events , local Huntington Beach real estate info, etc. Whether you are a " Surf City " local, or planning on visiting this great city, this website has the local information you want to know!
Covering zip codes 92646, 92647, 92648, 92649


The Local HB.com

Huntington Beach, CA

Phone: (714) 231-4623


Eco-friendly? Going green?

What does this mean for you? ForHuntington Beach locals, it suggests an awareness of each individual's impact on the environment. Being 'green' does not mean you have to be a tree hugger, it means making an effort to be environmentally responsible, it is easy to incorporate aspects of energy conservation and green living into our homes. Even small changes can have a big impact over time. Using reclaimed or recycled materials in furniture and flooring, supporting manufacturers that employ green friendly standards, becoming more energy efficient, or looking for alternative energy sources altogether are steps towards greening your life with ease. When doing a remodel, try to implement LEED-certification in the project, have a low environmental impact, and reduce waste begin the trend toward reducing green house gases. Products that are organic, made without toxic chemicals and use sustainable or easily replenished raw materials are also positive measures for supporting the green movement and being eco-friendly. So, who ever said “it's not easy being green?” More than ever we are given opportunities to make eco-friendly changes in our lifestyles! Not only will these smart decisions help make the earth a better place, they are also sure to benefit ourselves, our families, and our wallets- so it's really a win win situation! So if you want to start doing your part, check out all the pages in this site for all kinds of help in going green!


The Habitat ReStore is a Discount Home Improvement Center that sells quality new and previously owned goods at discounted prices. Most items are donated by local individuals and companies to Habitat. The products are offered at low ReStore prices. Proceeds from the ReStore go to Habitat for Humanity of Orange County to build more affordable homes for families in Orange County. Most major credit cards accepted. Hablamos espanol.



Garden Grove

12827 Harbor Blvd. Garden Grove, CA 92840

office (714) 590-8729 fax (714)590-9115

Monday - Friday: 9:00a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Sunday: 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Santa Ana

2200 S. Ritchey Street Santa Ana, CA 92705

office (714) 434-6200 x217

fax (714)434-1222

Monday -Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


Whole house fans can provide effective natural cooling for a fraction of the energy cost of air conditioning. Drawing cool fresh air in through open windows and exhausting hot stale air out through the roof vents, whole house fans create a comfortable, natural living environment while they draw heat out of the structure to reduce air conditioning load for the next day. In dry desert climates, a whole house fan is a no-brainer - it can eliminate the need for air conditioning completely. What many people don’t realize however, is that even in most other areas of the US, you can use it in conjunction with your A/C to dramatically reduce your energy consumption. Typically, a whole house fan uses just 1/10th the energy of A/C. Plus, you enjoy natural fresh air in your home rather than recycled indoor air. While traditional whole house fan designs tended to be difficult to install, noisy and not suitable for most climates, AirScape whole house fans use a completely different design philosophy: they’re more efficient, quieter and easier to install than older designs, making this natural and efficient cooling strategy a great "new" option.

A whole house fan is effective whenever the outside temperature is lower than the indoor temperature - typically in the evenings and at night. A whole house fan mounts between your living space and the attic, drawing cool outside air in through open doors and windows while forcing the hottest indoor air into the attic and out through existing roof vents. This cycle quickly creates a fresh, comfortable indoor environment, and, importantly, steadily draws heat out of the structure itself, so you start the next day with a cool house, delaying or eliminating A/C use. The net result is you enjoy fresh evening air in your home, a wonderfully cool sleeping environment and save a bundle on energy costs.

Key features include dual-speed; automatic insulated, sound-attenuating doors; drop-in installation; low power consumption; optional remote control. Three year warranty. Rebates may be available from your utility company


PEARL Protected is redefining the standards of home and fire safety with its flagship patented product, PEARL – a revolutionary Permanent Escape And Rescue Ladder that can be quickly and easily deployed in the event of a residential fire or other home emergency. PEARL was created to deliver an innovative, affordable way for homebuilders and homebuyers to easily add an unprecedented level of safety to their homes.