This fall the Zionsville Chamber of Commerce will be closer to the Town of Zionsville. Literally. When the new Town Hall opens this year, the Zionsville Chamber will move their offices, currently located on Elm Street, into the second floor of the building.
The future 1,125-square-foot Chamber space will include a welcome area, work stations and dedicated offices for Executive Director Tracy Phillips, Director of Member Services Diana Schultz and one other employee. The space will also include a conference room and a work room.
By relocating into Town Hall, the Chamber will be able to utilize various conference rooms within the building as well as host events in the Community Room. The Chamber’s move will also allow Chamber and Town employees to more efficiently work together in their shared goals of establishing Zionsville as a thriving and economic leader in the state.
“We are looking forward to having the Chamber in the same building,” Zionsville Mayor Tim Haak said. “This is a natural fit for the Town as we work with the Chamber to continue to support the businesses in Zionsville and look to attract new businesses and partnerships within our community.”
The new Town Hall, currently under construction behind the current Town Hall on Oak Street, is a two-story 42,600-square-foot facility that will replace the 45-year-old former church Zionsville has used as Town Hall.
Chamber Board of Directors President Kris Patel is looking forward to the move this fall.
“Obviously this is a new chapter in the history of the Chamber,” Patel said. “I believe that working closely with the Town of Zionsville will be a benefit to our community and economic growth in the long run. Being able to walk down the hall to speak with the leaders of the Town will also be a major benefit for our members.”