The Dixon District Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1909. We promote and sponsor many annual community activities like the Historical and exciting Dixon May Fair Parade, which is the oldest State affiliated parade. Some other events include the popular Epicurean Fete-Wine & Food Festival, the annual Citizen-of-the-Year Dinner Dance as well many candidate forums. We invite you to attend our monthly mixers or our fun Ribbon Cutting as we welcome our new businesses into the Dixon Chamber. The Dixon District Chamber of Commerce is a group of dedicated business leaders and volunteers who actively work together to advocate for our town and local businesses.
The Dixon District Chamber of Commerce is located in the historical Downtown area in the Transportation Center at 220 N. Jefferson Street.
For more information about the Dixon Chamber or how to join, please visit our “Become a Member” link or stop by our office and we will be happy to assist. Thank you for your interest in the Dixon Chamber of Commerce.
Board of Directors
Herb Cross, Chair of the Board
Kay Cayler, Immediate Past Chair of the Board
Robin Tully, Tully Consulting, First Vice Chair
Laura Ziegler, Travis Credit Union, Treasurer
Jill Orr, Dawson’s Bar and Grill
Kathy Ernest, Ram Town Karate
Fernando Ontiveros, Johnson Group Powered by RE/MAX Gold
Haley Andrew, Dixon Wellness Collective
Ted Jorgensen, Dixon Tire Pros
Rudolpho Peneda, Universal Services
Ambassadors – Serves as the goodwill arm of the Chamber, the Ambassadors attend and assist at various events including: Grand Openings, Ribbon-Cuttings, Mixers, and any other events. It is the goal of the Ambassadors to increase membership and members’ knowledge of programs, services, and benefits of membership with the Chamber. Contact Chief Ambassador Tonyah Everhart at 858-381-7071
Business Issues & Governmental Affairs – Monitors, evaluates, and acts upon proposed city, county and state issues which could affect the business community. encourage active interaction and involvement in governmental affairs, keep the public informed, and to support issues for local impact. Contact Herb Cross at 530-848-7281
Business Resources & Education – Promotes interaction between educational partners and the business community and provides education tools for business. Hosts business forums to educate and connect business leaders. Contact Robin Tully at 707-628-4219
Fundraising and Events – To help plan and execute special events, fundraisers, and other events as needed. Contact Jill Orr at 916-416-2876
Membership Attraction & Retention – This Committee evaluates Recruitment and Retention programs, and Member benefits for the Chamber membership. Contact Kay Cayler at 707-688-1438