Norfolk County has several local business associations that support the local economy. Please contact them directly for more information.
Delhi BIA (Business Improvement Area)
P.O. Box 155, Delhi ON N4B 2W9
Delhi District Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 11, Delhi ON N4B 2W8
Downtown Simcoe BIA (Business Improvement Area)
50 Peel Street, Simcoe ON N3Y 1S2
Haldimand Norfolk Homebuilders Association
P.O. Box 191, Simcoe ON N3Y 4L1
Long Point Country Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 357, Port Rowan ON N0E 1M0
Norfolk Federation of Agriculture
P.O. Box 13, Simcoe, ON N3Y 4K8
Ontario Lavender Association
1283 Blueline Rd, Box 587, Simcoe, ON N3Y 4N5
Ontario’s South Coast Wineries & Growers Association
Box 528, Simcoe ON N3Y 4N5
Port Dover Board of Trade
19 Market Street West, P.O. Box 239, Port Dover ON N0A 1N0
Simcoe & District Chamber of Commerce
95 Queensway West, Simcoe ON N3Y 2M8
Simcoe & District Real Estate Board
191 Queensway West, Simcoe ON N3Y 2M8
Turkey Point & District Business Association
P.O. Box 45, Turkey Point ON N0E 1T0
#4077 Highway 3 East, Box 732, Simcoe, ON N3Y 4T2
Vittoria & District Foundation
P.O. Box 45 Vittoria, ON N0E 1W0
Waterford Chamber of Commerce
71 Thompson Road West, Waterford ON N0E 1Y0
Norfolk County is an active participant with Ontario’s Southwest, the Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation(swotc.ca). Representatives from Norfolk County, Chatham-Kent, Elgin County, Haldimand County, London, Middlesex County, Oxford County, Sarnia-Lambton and Windsor-Essex-Pelee work together to build and support competitive and sustainable tourism in their region.
Norfolk County is involved with the South Central Ontario Region Economic Development Corporation(scorregion.com), a partnership of counties working together to support business development and economic growth for manufacturing and agriculture to all in the region.
Norfolk County works closely with the Workforce Planning Board of Grand Erie (workforceplanningboard.org), encompassing Norfolk County, Haldimand County, Brant County, Brantford, Six Nations and New Credit. The board provides a leadership role in labour force development. Comprised of volunteer representatives from labour, business, education and equity Groups, the board works collaboratively with community partners to identify key labour force issues and challenges, and to develop effective workforce development strategies.