Mission: The purpose of the Chamber shall be to promote an environment of goodwill and prosperity among the businesses, citizens and community organizations in the Greater Hewitt area. The organization will strive to foster, protect and promote the commercial, industrial, civic, agricultural and general interests of the Greater Hewitt community. The Greater Hewitt Chamber of Commerce encourages economic development in this community and helps provide a business environment where everyone has the opportunity to build, network and promote their businesses in the community. As of January 1, 2016 the chamber represents over 16, 855 jobs and 23 organizations in the greater Hewitt area.


The Greater Hewitt Chamber is an active, growing organization comprised of local professionals and leaders dedicated to serving our community.  We strive to be one of the highest performing chambers in service and community development in the state of Texas by providing quality information to members and visitors in the area.  The Chamber works to build long-lasting relationships within the community and actively seeks opportunities to partner with local organizations.  Please scroll down to the bottom of the page to see our Chamber affiliates.

Hewitt Headlines

Community blood inventory has reached critical level

WACO/TEMPLE/KILLEEN, Texas (Jan. 3, 2017) – Carter BloodCare is asking for the greater community’s help as the blood supply in a 56-county area has reached a level of urgent need. Volunteer blood donations are a critical link to help prevent disruptions in patient...

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AUSTIN—State Senator Brian Birdwell (R-Granbury) announced Tuesday the finalized list of his Capitol staff members going into the 85th legislative session. Anna Barnett, Matt Cope, Mic Davis, John Ryan Issacson, Megan Lehmann, Liz Sanchez, Jarred Shaffer and Ben...

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