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The Ceres Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and Staff would
like to wish you and your families a very Happy Holiday Season.

We all have many things to be thankful for this holiday season. The Ceres Chamber is thankful for your support throughout this past year. As the holiday shopping season fast approaches, we want to encourage you to shop local and support our local business owners. By shopping local you are giving back to our community in so many ways. READ MORE...

Chamber calls for 2017 annual Awards nominations

The 2017 Annual Community Service Awards & Installation Dinner, the premier business event for the Ceres Chamber of Commerce, is highlighted by the recognition of outstanding members in the Ceres community who have made extraordinary contributions in service.


The Ceres Chamber of Commerce is joining business leaders, elected officials and various non-profits in supporting the Worth Your Fight campaign against the State Water Board's proposal. This proposal disregards our water rights and would force MID and TID to dedicate 40 percent of unimpaired flows along the Tuolumne River from February 1 to June 30 annually for fish and wildlife beneficial uses and salinity control, diverting much needed water to our local farmers and homeowners. You can join us and learn more at WorthYourFight.org.

Chamber cancels “2016 Ford Truck Giveaway” due to ticket sales shortfall

The Ceres Chamber of Commerce embarked on a contest at the beginning of the year to giveaway a 2016 Ford F-150 Crew Cab 4X4 Truck, but due to a shortfall in ticket sales the Chamber’s Board of Directors officially called off the contest at its meeting on Thursday, November 17. READ MORE...

City unveils plans for "Downtown Makeover"

In August, the City of Ceres unveiled plans to revitalize two downtown blocks along Fourth Street.  The conceptual plans show moving trees out into the street enabling 10-foot-wide sidewalks and allowing for outdoor café dining. Trees - possibly palm trees - would be planted nine feet out from the existing curb. The two existing Fourth Street roundabouts will be removed and artistically designed arches will define the two main entrances leading into the downtown district. A portion of the $2-2.5 million project will be paid for from proceeds of the bonds sold by the now defunct Ceres Redevelopment Agency. To view this and other elements of the plan, visit the Ceres Chamber of Commerce at 2904 4th Street.


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