As your Chambers, we are committed to supporting you, your employees, and the communities we serve to ensure the Seacoast remains a vibrant, healthy, and safe place to live, work, and play as we move through economic recovery and beyond.

Taking The Pledge

One way to demonstrate your ongoing commitment to the health and safety of the community and to let people know you are taking all the recommended steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 is by taking the SEACOAST SAFE Pledge- an initiative of the Seacoast Chamber Alliance. By signing the Pledge you voluntarily agree that you are:

Building A Safer Community Together

Participating businesses also have access to an online toolkit with downloadable graphics designed to help build awareness of the measures you are taking to keep the Seacoast safe, healthy and open.

If you are a member of one of the Chambers in the Seacoast Chamber Alliance, your listing in the SEACOAST SAFE Business Listing will be linked back to your website. 

Thank you for all you have done and will continue to do to keep the Seacoast healthy, safe, and open.

The SEACOAST SAFE program is a collaborative effort of the Seacoast Chamber Alliance, funded by the NH Department of Business of Economic Affairs. The Seacoast Chamber Alliance represents over 2,500 businesses who are members in one of the six Chambers of Commerce in the Seacoast: Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce, Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce, The Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth, Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce, Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce, and The Falls Chamber of Commerce.

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All participating businesses will be listed on the SEACOAST SAFE Business Listing, and receive a window cling (pictured here) that will let people know you are a SEACOAST SAFE location. 

  • Following current State of NH COVID-19 Reopening Guidelines.
  • Requiring employees and customers to wear face coverings indoors and in public settings where social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. 
  • Arranging public spaces for social distancing consistent with CDC guidelines.
  • Having an alcohol-based hand sanitizer in high-traffic locations for employees and customers.
  • Implementing workplace cleaning and disinfection practices that follow CDC guidelines including regular sanitation of high-touch surfaces.
  • Not allowing employees with COVID-19 symptoms to work on-site.
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