Northmont Area Chamber of Commerce
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Dear Northmont Chamber members and all Northmont Community members:

We are going through an unprecedented disruption together but our communities have been tested before in different ways and we bounce back stronger than ever. The Chamber Board of Directors appreciates everyone's support of our Northmont Chamber members and our local businesses; we hope you will continue during this uncertain time. The Chamber has many resources and is willing to share any information we receive. We don't want to overwhelm everyone with too many emails, so we have put together a web page with useful and up-to-date information and resources. Here is a link to the
COVID-19 page.

Welcome to the Northmont Area Chamber, serving Clay Township, Clayton, Englewood, Union and the Village of Phillipsburg.

Use our website to connect with our members or call the office at 937-836-2550 and let us personally help you.

Sorry if I've missed you. Please note that our new office is located at 215 W. National Road, Englewood, Ohio. Feel free to call the Chamber number, 937-836-2550, or stop in to visit.

Thank you,
Cathy Hutton

Job posting for Northmont Chamber CEO/Executive Director

The Northmont Area Chamber is partnering with Northmont City Schools for the position of Executive Director/CEO and Community Engagement Liaison to Northmont City Schools. Applications will be accepted July 1, 2020-July 17, 2020.  Click here for details.


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Montgomery County CARES About Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grants
COVID-19 Grants Brochure

Montgomery County is distributing financial assistance to help small businesses who were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Eligible small businesses can apply for up to $10,000 dollars in grant money to use for rent/mortgage, utilities and business insurance. Montgomery County is utilizing $40 million of its CARES Act allotment to help small businesses impacted by COVID-19 that have not already received federal assistance. Go to www.MCOHIOCARES.ORG or call 937-224-FUND for more information.

Ohio Moving Slow to Reopen the Ohio Economy

Governor Mike DeWine, along with Lt. Governor Jon Husted announced the long-awaited details of what’s next for Ohio’s businesses and what steps they need to take to reopen the state amid the COVID-19 outbreak. After issuing orders closing all non-essential businesses in late March, Ohio’s small business community have been waiting to receive guidance from the state on what’s ...

Retail Business is Open!
Making the Northmont Communities Strong Again

  • Some businesses have restricted hours
  • Social distancing is in place
  • Masks may be required

Gallery Home Furnishings is open Monday through Saturday
Lily and Lace Boutique is open 10 AM - 7 PM, Monday - Friday and 10 AM - 5 PM Saturday and Sunday
Sherwin Williams is open 7 AM - 7 PM
Englewood Hardware is open 8 AM - 8 PM
Casey's is now open 6 AM - 9 PM
EZ Cleaners is closing at 6 PM daily and drive-thru only.
We also have many fine restaurants open. Call for details, drive-thru and carry-out.

Businesses to remain closed

  • Gambling industries
  • Auditoriums, stadiums, arenas
  • Movie theaters, performance theaters, and concert and music halls
  • Public recreation centers and indoor sports facilities
  • Parades, fairs, festivals, and carnivals
  • Amusement parks, theme parks, outdoor water parks, children's play centers, playgrounds, and funplexes
  • Aquariums, zoos. museums, historical sites, and similar institutions
  • Country clubs and social clubs
  • Spectator sports, recreational sports tournaments and organized recreational sports leagues
  • Health clubs, fitness centers, workout facilities, gyms, and yoga studios
  • Swimming pools, whether public or private, except swimming pools for single households
  • Residential and day camps
  • Campgrounds, including recreational camps and recreational vehicle (RV) parks
  • Excludes people living in campground RV's with no other viable place of residence
  • Excludes people living in cabins. mobile homes, or other fixed structures that are meant for single families where preexisting residential activity already has been established (E.g. for people who have part-time pre-established residences at campgrounds for the summer months)

For additional information, visit

Local Revolving Loan Funds Supported by State and Federal Stimulus Resources Spur Small Business Growth

Interest rates and access to conventional bank financing find themselves at a favorable intersection in today’s economy. As a small business or new business startup, however, access to capital and favorable rates can be challenging. Every business has different needs, and no financial solution is one size fits all. There are many financial choices a small business or startup needs to consider when looking at funding operations and how to structure and run an operation. From determining how much funding is...

Ohio Transportation Improvement District Funding Opens Up

Transportation systems play a central role in the movement of people, goods and services and communities with robust transportation infrastructure systems in place are well positioned to capitalize on economic development wins. Many communities are, however, facing infrastructure challenges to keep up with current growth, compete for growth and capture future economic development...

What does the CARES Act mean for Ohio’s local governments?

As Ohio’s economy continues to decline due to the COVID-19 outbreak many of Ohio ’s local governments who are on the front lines dealing with the impacts of the virus are experiencing decreased revenues as well and in some cases increased cost. In March of this year, Congress passed the CARES act, which provided a number of programs to help individuals, businesses, and governments deal with the fallout of the outbreak and the impact on the economy. One area of the CARES act which has an impact...

Upcoming Events

First Wednesday
Date: August meeting is cancelled.
Time: 8-9 AM
Location: Mila's Suburban Café
606 Taywood Road
Englewood, OH

PINGS (Professionals In Networking Grow Success)
Date: August 20, 2020
Time: 11:45 AM - 1 PM
Cost: $10
Speaker: TBA
Topic: TBA
Location: Meadowbrook at Clayton
 6001 Salem Avenue
 Clayton, OH
RSVP by August 17, 2020 to 937-836-2550 or email. No shows will be invoiced.
NOTE: The Northmont Chamber will follow all prescribed precautions and appropriate guidelines for in-person events for our members/attendees. Masks are required other than while eating your lunch. Thanks.

Golf Outing
September 23, 2020

Taste of Northmont Winners

Appetizer, Decorating and Entrée: LaFiesta

Dessert: Stone House Sweets

Drink: Boston Stoker

Discount at Park-N-Go Airport Parking for Northmont Chamber of Commerce

No more walking to the airport in the rain.

Warmed vehicle in the winter.  Cooled vehicle in the summer.

Northmont Chamber of Commerce has a
discounted rate of $10.20 per day at Park-N-Go.
Reserve at Park-N-Go



Paul Lambert
P: 513-739-1665
F: 800-621-9131

Northmont Communities
Northmont Area
Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 62
215 W. National Rd.
Englewood, Ohio 45322
Phone: 937.836.2550
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The Northmont Area Chamber of Commerce serves approximately 300 members (our investors) doing business in the Cities of Clayton, Englewood and Union , Ohio.


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