Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce

The ​​​​​​​​​Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce is a membership-driven organization of businesses, civic organizations, educational institutions and individuals.  

The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce continually provides a wide array of programs and benefits to help our members Network, Promote, Develop, & Advocate. 

A Chamber Membership is an investment in the furture of your business, providing a variety of growth opportunities. Membership is the perfect way to build stronger relationships in the community, promote your business, gain greater access to business contacts, enhance exposure for your business, and ultimately, improve your bottom line.

Contact the Chamber today to find out how we can promote your business!   775-246-7909

Small enough to know you, large enough to serve you!

MARCH 15TH, 2018
1ST & 10 BAR & GRILL
Chamber Members, please bring a Raffle prize!
Finger Foods & Drinks Will be served!
Come and have some fun! 


​Click HERE to download an application!
  1. This area can be fully edited and gives you the opportunity to introduce yourself, your website or company, your products or services.
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!Welcome to Dayton

Close enough to Carson City and Reno, but still a little slice of heaven surrounded by towering snow capped Sierras on one side and the sands of the desert on the other! That is Dayton!

Dayton is a wonderful "bedroom community" of Carson City and is located on the banks of the Carson River on Historcial Highway 50.  Bordered by the Sierra mountains to the west,  the Pinenut Mountains on the South, and the Virginia Range to the north, Dayton offers a 4-season environment.  We offer fishing, off-roading fun and hiking.  Lake Tahoe is a short drive away, as is Carson City and Reno.  Enjoy skiing, golfing, gaming and hunting or take a short drive to  historic Virginia City and walk the streets of yesterday.    Our area is famous for it's herds of wild horses that roam the canyons and can often be seen grazing on the sides of Highway 50.