Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce
The Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce is a membership association for local businesses. Chamber members represent virtually all industries, fields and professions located throughout Muskingum County. Member firms range from very small independent companies to national corporations. More than 650 local businesses are currently members of the Chamber.
The Chamber was founded in 1905 by business people who recognized the need to work together as a team to promote and serve local companies, build the economy, and improve the community. Chamber members appreciate the strength and benefits of collective action. They understand that they can achieve greater progress and economic growth in the community by working together as a unified force.
The Chamber provides services to its members that help promote their products and services and reduce operating costs. The Chamber also works through the Muskingum Growth Partnership (MGP) to support community economic development efforts. Go to the Zanesville Chamber of Commerce website for information about Chamber of Commerce services and programs.
Zanesville-Muskingum County Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Zanesville-Muskingum County Convention & Visitors Bureau promotes our community to visitors and tourists. Key attractions include The Wilds, a 10,000-acre wildlife preserve in southeastern Muskingum County, the Longaberger Homestead and factory tour, the National Road-Zane Grey Museum, the Lorena Sternwheeler, Alan Cottrill Gallery, numerous potteries featuring handmade ceramics, boating on the Muskingum River, Dillon Lake, Blue Rock State Forest, seven golf courses, Tri-Valley Wildlife Area, and more. Explore all there is to do at Zanesville-Muskingum County Convention & Visitors Bureau Web Site.
Muskingum County Convention Facilities Authority
The MCCFA (Muskingum County Convention Facilities Authority) owns, operates, and manages the Muskingum County Welcome Center and other developing properties. It is the intent of the MCCFA Board of Directors that the primary purpose of The Welcome Center is: “to support and encourage economic growth of the community by attracting and serving tourists, for-profit organizations, not-for-profit organizations, and private groups.”
Mid-East Building Department
The Mid East Building Department, located in downtown Zanesville, is a one-stop shop for commercial and industrial building plan approvals and inspections in a five-county area. Fully certified by the State of Ohio to interpret and enforce the Ohio Building Code, the Mid East Building Department can save companies time and effort by eliminating trips to distant state offices. In Muskingum County, the Mid East Building Department also issues floodplain permits. Learn more and download forms.