Chamber News


My name is Steve Christian and I am a real estate agent with Ming Tree Realty.  As a lifelong resident, I am a proud member of the McKinleyville community.  As a realtor I will not only help find the property you are looking for, but I will be there to guide you through the transaction.  If you are looking to sell, I would be happy to complete a market analysis of your property.  For first time home buyers, I would gladly explain the buying process.  Once you find the right home and get preapproved by a lender, you then make a written offer, which I would help you write.  Once the offer is accepted, the escrow period begins.  During this time there will be an abundance of information/disclosures provided to you regarding the property.  Also, this will be the time period when you hire professionals to inspect the property to make sure you are satisfied with the condition of the home.  The lender will send an appraiser to the property to determine its fair market value, and report back to your lender.  You will be signing loan documents for the lender.  After all that is completed and the funds are deposited the property will be yours and I will be handing you the keys.  If you are planning to purchase or sell property anywhere in Humboldt County, I hope you consider me and Ming Tree Realty of McKinleyville to represent you.
Steve Christian
Ming Tree Realty
1629 Central Ave McKinleyville
Cell:  (707) 601-9892
Lic# 01987476

GROCERY OUTLET - Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening

Grocery Outlet is now open! Members of the McKinleyville Chamber and the community attended the Ribbon Cutting for the new Grocery Outlet in McKinleyville. Senator Mike McGuire's representative, Robert Christensen, welcomed owners Jesse and Rhonda Andriessen to McKinleyville and helped present the $500 donations to McKinleyville Family Resource Center and Arcata House Partnership.



November Mixer at The Parlour

Shanae Gentleman and her staff welcomed members of the community for the November Chamber mixer. All in attendance had a great time mingling and networking. What a great turnout for the last one of 2017. New Chamber member, Spring Garrett, was in attendance with some of her handmade creations from her business, Rumpelsilkskin. Many thanks to The Parlour for hosting and Rachel Damme for the tasty array of food.The McKinleyville Chamber of Commerce greatly appreciates the support of the members who donate items for the raffle held at the monthly mixers. We are here to support the businesses and community, but it would not be possible without the support of the community minded businesses.

Business Spotlight of the Month

Mad River Radio wants to help you get the word out. With three stations to choose from, we've got Humboldt's listening audience covered.

99.1 KISS FM is the number one station in the market. Playing the biggest mass appeal hits in contemporary Pop Music. Featuring artists like Katy Perry, Bruno Mars and Taylor Swift. 99.1 KISS FM is fun, upbeat, highly produced Top 40 at it's best.

Mix 95.1 plays adult contemporary music and is Humboldt's Listen-At-Work Station! Playing hits from the 80's to today, it's always a song you can sing along to.

106.7 The Edge Rocks The Redwoods! It's Northern California's Classic Rock Station. We play rock from the 70's, 80's and 90's. Cosmic Charlie is on The Edge every Wednesday Night with Close to the Edge, playing deeper cuts and live versions of familiar bands.

If it's a local event or a topic about Humboldt, DJ's like Dawne Davis and Diego Roberts are talking about it. Station manager, Randy Flevares is a Eureka native, with over 25 years of broadcast experience and insight. He's always happy to support the community, to get the word out on your non-profit event email Our Account Managers are committed to making the advertising experience easy and enjoyable for our clients. For sales, contact Brett McKay at 707-599-6777 or Jennifer Chierici at 707-834-9259.


Commissioning Ceremony

Wastewater Management Facility Improvements

The McKinleyville Chamber of Commerce and members of the community joined the MCSD board, staff and dignitaries for the commissioning ceremony to mark the recent upgrades made to the Wastewater Treatment Facility. These upgrades are many years in the making and will benefit the community for many years to come.