In late 2015 the Chamber of Commerce, with the financial support of Resolution Copper Mining, embarked on a large, long term, project to attract new business and help our existing businesses increase their bottom line. We hired several consultants, all with various areas of expertise, who held community meetings, interviewed hundreds of people and produced recommendations for what needed to be done.
Our objective is to “Build a diverse and sustainable economy for the Superior Community”
In order to meet this objective we adopted 4 goals.
Three sub-committees were created; Marketing, Art and Culture and Blight Mitigation. All are working hard toward our goals and will be posting updates on the website periodically. We welcome comments and suggestions to be sent to the Chamber of Commerce through our website www.superiorarizonachamber.org
In 1993, the Superstition Area Land Trust (SALT) was born when concerned residents Anne Coe, Rosemary Shearer, Phyllis Summers, George Johnston, Tom Kollenborn and others created a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational corporation to protect and preserve Arizona State Trust Lands bordering the southern slope of the Superstition Wilderness Area.