The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce Welcomes You!
A city of 72 square miles in upstate New York, Rome is in western Oneida County and part of the Mohawk River Valley, and has the distinction of being the second-largest city in area in New York State.
Oneida County is made up of three cities (Rome, Sherrill, and Utica), 26 towns, and 19 villages, and is located in central Upstate New York, situated with three exits (31, 32, 33) on the New York State Thruway (I-90).
The Mohawk River Valley encompasses 2,685 square miles and includes Oneida and Herkimer Counties. Twenty percent of the U.S. population lives within 300 miles of the Mohawk Valley, with four of the most populous U.S. cities within 250 miles: New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and Washington, DC.
Located at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, Rome is a wonderful place to live, work and play whether you plan to visit, purchase a home or start a business. Progressive schools, safe streets, a strong labor force, countless recreational opportunities, amazing arts and entertainment and an abundance of historic treasures make Rome a special place to raise a family.
When you decide to come for a visit, call the Rome Chamber of Commerce at (315) 337-1700 and we’ll be happy to arrange a personal tour or visit the office at 139 W. Dominick St. and we’ll provide you with all the information you need to explore the area on your own.
2015 Member Directory & Community Guide
The 2015 Member Directory & Community Guide, promotes the Rome community with specific emphasis on encouraging readers to do business with Chamber members. The 2015 Guide includes details about business, recreation, and quality of life aspects of the Rome community, plus editorial and demographic information. The Guide upholds the Chamber's mission is to boost the local economy and to give our members the first opportunity to benefit from Chamber efforts. This publication was accurate as of Apr 30, 2015. Search the Chamber's online membership directory for the most current member listings.
Check out the 2015 Guide (pdf)
Several links to organizations and elected representatives that you may find helpful.
Charitable and Non-Profit Organizations
- Jervis Public Library
- Rome College Foundation
- Rome Community Foundation
- Rome Art & Community Center
- Rome Community Theater
- Rome Historical Society & Museum
- Rome Sports Hall of Fame & Museum
- The Capitol Theatre
- Rome For The Holidays (pdf)
A fund raising campaign to refurbish Rome's Christmas decorations.