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Our region has over 271,000 customers within a 15-minute drive spending $2.3 billion on retail purchases. There are three Interstate 57 interchanges offering quick access to over 91,000 average daily traffic.

Chamber 57 is a not-for-profit organization whose primary purpose is to promote and support the growth and development of the local business community. 


Join Chamber 57 now and connect with hundreds of business owners to build partnerships, increase your network and receive member to member discounts.


Stay informed with political, community, business events and networking engagements with our members and supporters through exclusive seminars.


As a member, you can be listed in our business directory. Join a tremendous group of business owners on a mission to build their business.


As a member, our goal is to help grow our community and be apart of community events through outreach programs that make a difference.

Join Chamber 57 for our 1st Business After Hours of the Year

Thursday, January 23, 2019
6 pm to 8 pm 

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Too often, property taxes are assessed incorrectly, and it is the responsibility of the property owner to challenge or appeal the assessment. Unfortunately, property owners are not aware that they have a right to appeal the valuation of their property; especially if the property is commercial, industrial or non-profit.  All of which can be appealed.

We will use all our resources to assess your property to determine if your property falls into the category of being over evaluated for the current market value.  Contact us today for your complimentary property assessment.

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Percy Scott

Executive Director


Keeana Barber

Board Member


Marlene Garcia-Bell

Board Member


Patricia Mazique-Dale, MSW

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Nancy Johnson

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Wendy Boston-Robinson

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Latest News

District 227 board votes to close Rich East High School in Park Forest as part of consolidation plan

The Rich Township High School District 227 board voted 4-3 Tuesday to close Rich East High School in Park Forest.

The decision indicates the district plans to consolidate students into its two other high schools, Rich Central in Olympia Fields and Rich South in Richton Park. The district is considering spending up to $105 million to repair, renovate and expand the two remaining schools. 

The vote to close Rich East also means the Cook County district serving about 2,900 students will no longer consider trying to acquire the former Lincoln-Way North High School building that closed in 2016 in Frankfort Township in Will County.

The Illinois Innovation Network (IIN), a group of hubs across the state that aims to boost Illinois’ economy through entrepreneurship, research and workforce development, announced the addition of nine new members today. IIN now has 15 hubs, including all of Illinois’ public universities and spans the entire state.

Led by the University of Illinois System, IIN launched last August with its first hubs at the three U of I System institutions and a fourth at the Discovery Partners Institute (DPI) in downtown Chicago. Northern Illinois University joined IIN in September and Peoria, which is home to a regional academic medical center, joined in December.

Governors State University will establish a Supply Chain Innovation Center and Business Incubator in University Park, Illinois. The center will provide faculty consulting to businesses and startups in Chicago’s southland region, as well as employee training and management development programs to assist in the creation of new businesses and the creation and retention of jobs. Building on the university’s existing partnerships with industry and non-profit organizations in the region, the center will help drive both local and regional economic development, including underserved communities in the region.

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