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Dear Members:

City Council elections will be held this November 7th.  The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce has invited each candidate (from both the Republican and Democratic parties) running for the LBNY City Council to take part in a one-on-one interview. Each interview will be hosted by the Chamber and recorded on video. Any interested candidate will be given the opportunity to share their views on specific issues that affect our LBNY business community. 

 The answers to the questions posed in the interviews will help define who the candidates are as people, how they may serve as your representative, and showcase their economic intentions affecting our business community and residents.

 Please keep an eye out for these interview videos. All videos will be shared on the Chamber’s social media platforms and the Chamber’s website. The purpose of these conversations is to shed further light on the issues that affect us all, and to do so in a direct manner. We want to help you get the information you need to make an informed choice when you vote.

Your vote matters! It is our hope that these interview sessions will help everyone make informed decisions come the November elections!

 Board of Directors, The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce.

  • Oct

    NY Forward Public Workshop

    LBNY has been awarded $4.5 million thru the NY Forward program.  These funds are to be used for projects to improve the LBNY downtown area and support the local economy.  Join us to learn more about the project and give your input on what improvements you would like made.  Meeting 10/4, 7pm-9pm, LB Public Library, Auditorium - 2d Fl., 110 W. Park. Ave., LBNY.   For more info click on link:

    LBNY Public Library, 2d Fl.

  • Oct

    AOH Irish Heritage Parade & Festival

    Join the festivities!  Pipe bands, vendors, entertainment, games, rides, music, dance and more! The annual Ancient Order of Hibernians, Saint Brendan the Navigator Division 17, LBNY - Irish Day Parade and Festival is being held on Saturday, October 7, 2023.  Festival starts at 10am. Parade starts at 11 am, begins at Washington Blvd. and W. Beech St.   Want to be a Vendor?  For more information and vendor application, click here.

    West End, LBNY

  • Oct

    25th Annual LBNY Fall Festival

    The festival offers fabulous shopping with unique gifts, handmade items, jewelry, Long Beach apparel and various local vendors. Attendees will also get a wide variety of food from food trucks and delicious dessert treats such as zeppoles and candy apples. Farmers Market fans can even pick up some fresh produce.  Admission is free and there’s free parking for the event at the LIRR parking deck.


    Kennedy Plaza, 1 West Chester Street, LBNY

  • Oct

    October General Meeting

    Join us at our monthly General Meeting for networking and information about what's important to LBNY businesses and the community. Guest speaker, Patricia Bourne, Director of Economic Development for the City of Long Beach, will discuss the City's recently approved Comprehensive Plan. (NOTE: This meeting was originally scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 17th, featuring a presentation by a guest expert regarding offshore wind.  However, due to the City of Long Beach also hosting the New York State Article VII information sessions and hearings regarding Empire Wind 2 on October 11th, the Chamber cancelled its meeting on this same topic.) 

    Bridgewater, 780 Long Beach Blvd., LBNY

  • Oct

    NY Forward - Local Planning Committee Meeting 5

    LBNY has been awarded $4.5 million thru the NY Forward program.  These funds are to be used for projects to improve the LBNY downtown area and support the local economy.  Join us to learn more about the project and give your input to the Local Planning Committee (Meeting #5).  For more info click on link:

    LBNY City Hall, 1 W. Chester St., 6th Fl.

  • Nov

    Chamber Board Meeting

    Monthly meeting of The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce's board of directors to discuss current projects and plan future initiatives to improve and support the LBNY business community. Sorry, this meeting is NOT open to members or the public.

    LBCC Office

  • Nov

    18th Annual City Council Turkey Trot

    One-mile race begins at 8:30am and 10k race (6.2 miles) begins at 9am.  For more information and to register, click here

    Boardwalk at New York Ave., LBNY

  • Nov

    November General Meeting

    Join us at our monthtly networking meeting.  All Chamber of Commerce members are welcome.  Come socialize and get informed about issues concerning our local business community and what's going on in LBNY.