Featured in BusinessWeek for being ranked #1 in high-growth cities in Texas and #2 in the nation, Atascocita, located in the heart of the Lake Houston Area, has certainly caught the eye of many people looking to relocate to the Houston area. Surrounded by the beauty of the heavily wooded banks of Lake Houston coupled with its close proximity to Houston ?only 20 miles away ?Atascocita and the Lake Houston Area is the perfect place to call home, start a business, or escape for a visit.
With immediate access to the one of Texas? best lakes, a first class international airport, world-renowned health care, outstanding school districts, and a thriving business community, the Lake Houston Area is an attractive choice for residents, visitors and businesses alike.
And at the heart of it all is the Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce. The voice of the business community since 1923, the Chamber serves as the premiere advocate for commerce and industry by facilitating interaction among business, government, education, labor, and the greater regional communities. As a regional Chamber with a local presence, we actively work to advance the interests of the business community to create an environment where they can thrive locally, nationally, and internationally.
The Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization of professional businessmen and women who have joined together for the purpose of promoting the civic and commercial progress of our combined communities. There are two primary functions of the Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce: 1. To act as the spokesperson for the business community and translate into action the group thinking of its membership. 2. To provide specific services of a type that can be most effectively rendered by a community organization, both to its members and the community as a whole.
Our Mission: The Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce is a cooperative effort of business people to attract new business, support and strengthen the business environment, serve the needs of the members, and cooperate with civic leaders and other interested parties to promote community growth.
Service Area: Boundaries include the City of Humble and a portion of northeast Harris County and south Montgomery County from New Caney to the north, Huffman to the east, I-45 to the west, and Beltway 8 to the south.