The Roxbury Area Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to serving the citizens of Roxbury by providing a forum for local businesses to exchange ideas and information as well as creating a voice for business owners in the local community. Our initiatives and programs help to contribute to the economic success of our community.
We are a non-profit organization. It is The Roxbury Area Chamber of Commerce’s goal is to create a flourishing economic environment for our local businesses. Our purpose is to build a relationship between the town and businesses and our success is measured in the success of our members and affiliates. Our mission is to create business opportunities, lead economic development, and provide an environment in which local businesses can network. More →
Local businesses are welcome to join us at our monthly luncheon meetings. They are great for networking and visibility. We also have a marketing table where members display their materials. Plus, we have informative and dynamic, yet brief speakers with pertinent topics to help benefit and grow your business.
Some of our 2012/2013 luncheon speakers included: Partnership for a Drug Free NJ for a drug free work place; Ron DeFilippis and Glenn Thurnes of Mills & DeFilippis CPAs LLC about new tax laws; Chris Burke of Vigilin LLC about today’s business technology; S.C.O.R.E. (Service Corp of Retired Executives) with consulting and business coaching; Motivational speaker Tommy Hilcken of Tommy’s Toolbox; Katherine Trezise of Absolutely Organized and Assemblyman Anthony Bucco.
There is a lot going on with the chamber and around Roxbury! View our calendar for upcoming Chamber and select community events.
Chamber News & Announcements
Roxbury Township, Morris County, New Jersey was formed on December 24, 1740 and was formally incorporated as a township by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on February 21, 1798, as part of the state’s initial group of 104 townships.
Today, the Township of Roxbury is made up of six communities—Kenvil, Landing, Ledgewood, Berkshire Valley, Port Morris and Succasunna. It covers an area of approximately 22 square miles with a population of 23,324 according to the 2010 Census. It is located at the crossroads of Routes 46, 10 and 80—just 50 miles west of New York City.
Roxbury Township is a residential community offering a wide variety of amenities. In fact, in 2011 Roxbury became the first community in the state to be selected as one of America’s Promise 100 Best Communities For Young People in tribute to the breadth and depth of its youth-oriented efforts.
For more information, visit roxburynj.us.
What’s that Smell? If you have noticed a noxious odor around Roxbury recently, it may be from the Fenimore Landfill. If you smell the described rotten egg or sulfur odor at any time and you believe it is coming from the Fenimore Landfill, please call 1-877-WARN DEP (1-877-927-6337) to let them know and to register a complaint.
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