- Art & Cultural Groups
- Chamber of Commerce
- Civic Groups
- Historical Groups
- Hobbyist Groups
- Non-Profit Groups
The mission of The Greater Dade City Chamber of Commerce is “to promote economic growth and quality of life in the greater Dade City area”.
The Greater Dade City Chamber of Commerce has been operating as a successful trade association organization for over 50 years. We now represent over 430 business, associations, non-profits and individuals throughoutt Pasco County.
The Friends of Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park was established in 1991 to provide support to the Park and to help conserve and enhance the wildlife and other resources of the Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park and to expand public interest in the heritage of the natural environment it represents. Our support areas include volunteerism, Park programs and financial support.
The Friends of the Hacienda and Historic New Port Richey is a volunteer, non-profit organization. We sponsor, promote and raise funds for projects highlighting and celebrating the historical aspects of the town of New Port Richey and that work to achieve a more vibrant and prosperous New Port Richey community.
The Friends is devoted to celebrating the unique history and culture of the City of New Port Richey, its natural beauty and its many points of interest. This includes the Hacienda Hotel, a historic and cultural icon of the community. Additionally, we assist New Port Richey by helping to increase visibility, fostering awareness and understanding, encourage community pride and involvement through the development of events and projects
“The Bayou Business Association (BBA) is an organization comprised of business leaders and property owners in the City of Port Richey Waterfront District. Our mission is to work together to gain visibility and prosperity in our area. We are dedicated to the community. We strive to provide quality goods and services that create viable social, civic and economic strength. Our goal is to achieve success, sustainability and distinction to preserve an everlasting presence in our city.” Join us today.