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The Bronxville Chamber of Commerce, a not-for-profit organization, is organized for the purpose of advancing the commercial, civic, and general interests of the Village of Bronxville and the vicinity. Our membership consists of more than 250 retailers, restaurants, non-profits, community organizations and service providers based in Bronxville and the surrounding area.


• Community Events - Sidewalk sales, free summer street concerts,  a children's Halloween festival, Oktoberfest, Small Business Saturday and a holiday tree-lighting ceremony and more


• Our “Shop Local - Buy Bronxville” Campaign - To support and fortify local businesses and community, held the Saturday after Thanksgiving.


• The Bronxville Farmers’ Market - Attracts vendors and shoppers to Bronxville, stimulating local economy, promoting a “greener” lifestyle • The Bronxville Guide  - Highlighting local businesses, government and community organizations


• Community E-Newsletter - Promoting member sales events, community events, news and job opportunities


• The Chamber Website ( - Promoting and supporting members, advocating the Village of Bronxville, publicizing the Chamber and Chamber related events


• On-Street Community Bulletin Boards - Grass roots marketing for the Chamber and its members


• Social Media - Promoting members and their events  


• Email blasts - Alerts and updates of local events and reminders


• Partnership with the Village of Bronxville - Providing liaison, information and  communication for members and the community


• Advocacy Within The Community - Support members in issues affecting the business district.


The Bronxville Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)(6) not-for-profit organization.


Funding for the Chamber comes from membership dues, advertising sales in our annual Bronxville Guide and generous supporters and sponsors.


Our executive committee and directors are elected by membership voting.


To learn more please see our By-Laws.



Leah Caro

Park Sterling Realty


Yiota Koriniotu

Bronxville Diner


Vice President

Jeff Ungvary

Strategic Wellness & Insurance Management



Brian Salvatore

Bronxville Motors


Carolyn Sandano

The Law Marketing Coach


Executive Director

Leslie Corcoran


Leo Gjoni

Capital Preservation Partners

Valon Nikci

Link NY Realty

Maribel Diaz

Lotus Threads


Lydia Maria Petrosino

ERA Insite Realty


Bob Krause

Mrs Morgan's Flower Shop

Erin Hackett

Village Design Studio


Michele MacMillian

Paw and Play Pet Resort & Training


Scott Edlitz



Paul Ranieri

DC Ranieri Insurance


Stephanie Weston

Apple Bank

Vanessa O'Friel

Prep Academy Tutors

Leslie Lampert

Ladle of Love

Kevin McNeill

Dobbs & Bishop Fine Cheese

Erin Donovan

Chamber Social Media

• Invest In Community

Local businesses are owned by your friends and neighbors who are invested in the future of Bronxville.


• Better Service – Better Selection

Your local business understands the products they are selling and takes the time to learn their customer’s needs. Local merchants select products based on the needs and interests of their local customers.


• Keep Our Community Unique

Small businesses are an integral part of the distinct character of our Village.



• Support Community Groups

Local businesses donate more per sales dollar to local non-profits, events, and teams compared to a national chain.


• Better Public Services

Local businesses mean a stronger tax base, which means better schools, emergency response for you and your family, and a manicured community.


• Reduce Environmental Impact

Carbon footprint has a direct correlation to the distance goods must travel.

The Village of Bronxville in the Spotlight 

Westchester County Executive George Latimer featured the Village of Bronxville in his weekly update on July 24 and gave Mayor Mary Marvin the floor to talk about what's going on and what's important for Bronxville right now. Watch the video and learn more. 

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