Polson Chamber of Commerce

The Polson Chamber of Commerce

**Governor Bullock and CSKT have both issued shelter-in-place directives for all non-essential businesses, beginning on March 28 and ending April 24.**

***Attention Polson Chamber Community:

After much deliberation, and with the health and safety of our incredible office manager and selfless volunteers, the Chamber Board of Directors have decided to close our Chamber Office for the foreseeable future.

This doesn’t mean we are ceasing operations, however. You may still reach us by email at chamber@polsonchamber.com or by phone at 406-883-5969. For more pressing matters, you can contact Polson Chamber Board of Directors President Julyn Sanders-Dewitt at dewittsandj@yahoo.com.

Though we won’t physically be in the office, we will continue to respond to emails and phone messages as frequently as possible. You can also stay in touch by connecting with our Instagram and Facebook social media accounts. 

Thank you in advance for your understanding.


The Polson Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

The Polson Chamber of Commerce was founded on August 31, 1909 with the intent to serve, support and strengthen our members by enhancing the business climate, promoting our area, and fostering a sense of community. Today, the chamber continues that goal by offering platforms for networking, community outreach, and development.  The chamber has two monthly events open to the public, the General Meeting Luncheon and S.P.L.A.S.H. The luncheons take place on the first Wednesday of every month, from noon to one o’clock. S.P.L.A.S.H., Support Polson Late Afternoon Social Hour, takes place on the third Thursday of every month Locations for these events vary, please check our events calendar for details. The chamber also puts on the Fourth of July parade and fireworks, the Annual Chamber Banquet celebrating our member, and the Chamber Blast fundraiser. The Polson Chamber of Commerce welcomes all businesses and community members to join. 

About Polson

Polson lies in a natural amphitheater at the south end of Flathead Lake in Northwest Montana, and is located on the Flathead Indian Reservation. This charming lake shore community is the trading center for one of most fertile farming areas in Montana. This prime cherry growing region is home to dozens of orchards, which Polson celebrates with its annual Cherry Festival. Polson becomes a popular attraction in the summertime, when temperatures range from 80 to 95 degrees.

The broad, sweeping Mission Valley, south of Polson, is bordered by the rugged, snow-capped Mission Mountains. At the foot of the mountains is Flathead Lake. Flathead Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake in the United States, west of the Mississippi River. Studies at the Flathead Biological Station show that water quality in Flathead Lake is among the best in the world. The Flathead River flows through Polson and features the Seli’š Ksanka Qlispe’, formerly Kerr Dam. The dam is located at the outlet of Flathead Lake in Polson.

Just south of Polson, visitors can see large herds of bison, elk, deer, antelope and barn sheep at the National Bison Range at Moiese. Bird watchers will enjoy the Ninepipes and Pablo Wildlife Refuges. Visit one of our museums, The Miracle of America, the Polson-Flathead Historical Museum, or the Peoples Center in Pablo. All offer many displays and historic memorabilia. Polson also has several city parks situated along the lake and the beautiful Polson Golf Course.

Cover photo by David W. King