• Chamber Corporate Sponsors

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      Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument
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      Gila National Forest
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      Lake Roberts
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      Silver City Blues Festival
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      Tour of the Gila Bike Race
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  • Welcome to the Silver City Grant County Chamber of Commerce!

    We are the gateway to the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument, the Continental Divide Trail, the 3.3 million-acre Gila National Forest, and home of Western New Mexico University. With four gentle seasons through-out the year, this is a great place to live, work, and play.

  • Advanced Air has flights from Albuquerque or Phoenix to Silver City / Grant County Airport.

    They also have connecting flights direct to Hawthorne Airport in Los Angeles from the Phoenix terminal.

    Click on the picture of the plane to visit their website.

    Click here to see a video of the Advanced Air aircraft.


    Our mission is to serve our members by promoting business, commerce and tourism in Grant County.

    We have super educational systems, first-class health care facilities, and opportunities for the young and retired. Whether you like the outdoors, the artistic scene, or just laying back watching the clear blue sky of day or the starry night sky... Grant County is a great place.


    Grant County has an almost ideal year-round climate, with plenty of sun and few very hot or very cold days. And… although we are part of the sunny southwest, there is just enough Fall and Winter to assure us of four gentle seasons with blazing fall foliage and - at least occasionally - a little snow to frame our spectacular views.


    Grant County is home to a remarkably diverse landscape. You will find the vast high desert on the southern end of the county, and beautiful high mountains to our north. Elevations range from 4,500 to 11,000 feet above sea level. The wildlife is plentiful. The plants and flowers are beautiful. Our portion of southwest New Mexico is breathtakingly beautiful.