About the Chamber
The Mission San Jose Chamber of Commerce is organized for the purpose of creating, enhancing and promoting business activity, fostering civic advancement, and to preserve and perpetuate Fremontâ€™s historic district of old Mission San Jose.
The Chamber was organized in 1909. Early projects included establishing a free library, rehabilitating the fire department, securing 20 street lights for the town, sponsoring clean-up days, and working to restore the mission. Learn more about the Chamber
If youâ€™re interested in joining the chamber â€” whether as a business or individual member â€” weâ€™d love to hear from you.
Photos on this site courtesy of Andrew deLory and Don Jedlovec
After years of international experience as a editorial and advertising photographer, MSJ Chamber Board member Andrew deLory has brought his talent back home to create MISSION SAN JOSE: A Global Village.
In the fall of 2011, the MSJ Chamber planted daffodil bulbs in strategic places to bring attention to businesses, as well as create a long-term visual impact similar to that in Placerville and Murphy California. Watch as we chronicle the appearance of this year’s flowers!
Since 1982 Old Mission San Jose and Fremont Cultural Arts Council provides an opportunity for families to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas. Each evening at 6:00 p.m. we will meet on the front porch of the Mission San Jose Museum, 43300 Mission Blvd., Fremont, to process while singing Christmas carols to a local business or site within two blocks of the Mission. Learn more about Las Posadas