City Island Chamber of Commerce
Serving City Island Businesses for Over 100 Years
Tell us about the bike racks on City Island
Did you see the new bicycle racks pop up over City Island and the East Bronx? The DOT is rolling out an effort to install 10,000 bike racks over two years and we’d like to hear from you and your business about them.
Rediscovering New York (and City Island) with Jeff Goodman
The recent radio show, Rediscovering New York with Jeff Goodman invited some local City Islanders to talk about the rich history of City Island and what there is to do in this hidden maritime gem of New York.
City Island: NYC’s Scenic Fishing Village – Summer or Winter
A recent Bronx News 12 segment on City Island gave their viewers a taste of the sights, attractions, places to eat, drink, and shop on “New York City’s scenic fishing village.” Learn more about how to plan your visit to New York City in the Winter by visiting City Island.
Get to know City Island
Meet some of the people and businesses on City Island through a short video by ReinventionTV.
Does your business have a website? Does it offer takeout or delivery options?
Because the landscape of business has been changing quickly, and the increased demand in online services and delivery options, the City Island Chamber of Commerce will offer businesses the ability to link to their website and highlight their takeout, and delivery services on our directory.
Visiting Orchard Beach and City Island
Here’s some ideas for your next adventure to The Bronx visit Orchard Beach and City Island for some refreshing drinks, and delicious food.
A Message from the President
The City Island Chamber of Commerce was established over 100 years ago, formerly the Board of Trade, to unite the businesses of City Island. Though the mix of businesses has changed, we still believe that the same values and interests should hold us together.
I encourage you to continue to join with your fellow business associates. Together we continue to work to keep City Island the wonderful place to do business that it has always been and to support the Island and each other as we grow in the new millennium.
Paul Klein, President