Chamber of Commerce
The working relationship between the Chanute Area Chamber of Commerce and Office of Tourism and the City of Chanute is a consistent collaboration dedicated to assisting business and industry. We are committed to being a strong voice for Chanute and we are working closely with local, regional, and state officials on business recruitment and retention.
Unified School District #413 USD 413 regularly collaborates with the City of Chanute, Neosho County Community College, the Chamber of Commerce, and other parts of the community to find ways to better meet the needs of the community. The new Chanute Community Sports Complex is a shining example of the results of this collaboration. The Board of Education expects and supports the involvement and active participation of school district personnel in economic development and other efforts to improve the community of Chanute. An unusually positive, cooperative, and collaborative relationship exists between the school district, the city, the community college, and the Chamber of Commerce of Chanute.
Neosho County Community College Neosho County Community College (NCCC) began serving students in 1936, and has grown from an original student class of 192 students to an institution serving nearly 2,000 students per semester. To assist individual goals, NCCC offers one-year, two-year, or a university transfer program. NCCC is a publicly supported institution and is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, the Kansas Board of Regents, and the National League of Nursing.
Tri-Valley Developmental Services Tri-Valley Developmental Services provides work service support for individuals with developmental disabilities to develop the skills needed to work in a competitive work setting. These services are a step-by-step process helping individuals find suitable employment and provide on-site training while continuing to meet the productivity standards the employer sets. Tri-Valley also provides vocation rehabilitation service to any individual needing such services in the community.