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Business & Commerce

Local business & professional organizations


Forks Chamber of Commerce

The Forks Chamber of Commerce is a voice and advocate for the business community and other organizations of the West End of the Olympic Peninsula. The chamber is the primary promoter of tourism in our area. They also operate the year-round Visitor Information Center in Forks; create many guides for lodging, shopping, fishing, activities and dining; and sponsor the free Logging and Mill Tours which run from May through September.

Clallam County Economic Development Council

The Clallam EDC is a private non-profit organization that has been working to help businesses in Clallam County since 1985. They provide a broad range of support services and an expansive network of contacts, tools, and solutions to existing local business as well as to new businesses and those looking to move to the area.

North Peninsula Small Business Development Center

Are you working for your business or is your business working for you? Let’s talk about it!

  • How do I compare to other firms like mine?
  • Should I look into exporting?
  • Are my marketing efforts effective?

If you are a Clallam or Jefferson County business owner, the North Peninsula Small Business Development Center is ready to work with you.

Click here to learn more.

Port of Port Angeles

The Port of Port Angeles is a municipal corporation approved by Clallam County voters in 1922 and established in 1923. The port is responsible for promoting and enhancing the economic vitality of Clallam County through business development and job creation, and serves the community as both a public steward and an economically self-sustaining enterprise.

Click here to learn more.

West End Business & Professional Association

WEBPA was founded in 1983 to serve as a forum for local business to discuss issues and promote their businesses.

The non-profit group meets Wednesday mornings at 7:30 a.m. at the Congregational Church, 280 S Spartan Avenue.

Meetings are informal and usually include a speaker or program of interest to the members. New members and the public are always welcome.