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Corte Madera local businesses
Corte Madera Local Businesses

Corte Madera is a fantastic place to live and raise your family, but it is also perfect for owning and operating a business. Most locals, in fact, say that it is an incredibly business-friendly town. If you plan on starting a business in Corte Madera, below is some information you might want to know about businesses in the small town.  

Corte Madera is an ideal spot to own a business. With a convenient, central location, this town is near Larkspur, Mill Valley and San Rafael, while San Francisco is a short drive across the bay. There are two high-end shopping centers in town that draw in residents and visitors alike. In addition, many come into Corte Madera to enjoy the mild weather and multiple outdoor spaces for hiking, biking and horseback riding. The farmers market that takes place every Wednesday in the Town Center is another popular attraction. Whether you’re looking to start a business for selling your wares or for selling your services, there is enough of a market in Corte Madera and the surrounding towns to make the venture viable, despite the fact that it has a population of only 9,000.

Many of those who live in Corte Madera commute outside for work, but some residents are San Franciscans with second homes in town. Residents also consist of many people with a bachelor’s degrees and beyond, and with higher degrees, these residents have found many high paying jobs, with income levels above the national average. In addition, most homes are lived in by their homeowners, making Corte Madera an affluent neighborhood with affluent tastes. Many boutiques and shops thrive in Town Center and at the Village.  

Corte Madera’s commercial and industrial zones lie through the center of town along the Highway 101. This zoning ensures that anybody who travels through town will be exposed to the commercial businesses of the town, opening your potential market to travelers of the 101. From Town Center to the Village at Corte Madera, there are two great shopping centers that draw many visitors and help support the Corte Madera community and economy.

The Corte Madera Chamber of Commerce is active in being a leader in both the community and economic development of the town. Supporting and representing the well-being of the business community, while promoting the educational, economic and cultural health of Corte Madera, the Chamber of Commerce is committed to making this small town the best place to live and operate businesses. Their efforts can be seen in such endeavors as the Annual Corte Madera and Larkspur July Fourth Parade and Picnic, the Annual Golf Tournament, the Silent Auction Fundraiser, the State of the Town Luncheon and Membership Luncheons and Business Networking Mixers. The chamber is also involved in Oktoberfest, the Santa on the Fire Truck and the Women in Business Conference. If you would like to get involved with the community, you can always volunteer for one of the chamber’s committees. Contact Julie Kritzberger, the chamber’s executive director, at 415-924-0441 or see her at 129 Town Center, Corte Madera, CA 94925.