Quincy started as Gold Rush community in 1858, just outside of Elizabethtown. James H. Bradley, one of the organizers of Plumas County, donated the land at Quincy for establishment of the county seat. He then laid out the town and named it after his ranch located in Quincy, Illinois. In 2010, the U.S. census reported the Quincy population as 1,728. The Quincy Chamber of Commerce is a valuable resource, a "hub" organization, utilized by the local community, tourists, new businesses, those seeking to relocate here, and an informational source for activities and business needs. The Chamber is nationwide, and is well known at the #1 agency to contact when you need information about an area for business or pleasure. Quincy Chamber of Commerce sponsors many community events including; the Plumas-Sierra County Fair Parade, Safe Trick or Treat, Sparkle, and Groundhog Fever Festival. These events enhance the unique quality of life in our community. Our Mission Statement The Quincy Chamber of Commerce is a Quincy, California based non-profit organization providing a comprehensive array of business services and fostering the enhancement of quality of life throughout our community. Assisting businesses, organizations and the community by providing membership services to promote and encourage economic growth and to encourage tourism, relocation and historic preservation. Our services include assistance with: - Business Development - Relocation Services - Visitor Information and Materials - Local Event Coordination and Community Support - Monthly Morning Business Exchange Meetings - Free Web Presence with My Community Catalog Option - Business Hours and Full Service Support Staff - Community Affairs
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