Welcome to the Deerfield, Bannockburn, Riverwoods Chamber of Commerce
Since 1925, the DBR Chamber of Commerce has been a respected organization and a strong community partner helping local businesses succeed by offering a variety of activities, including networking, marketing, education, resources and advocacy. The DBR Chamber is the organization business owners can count on because it focuses on business growth. Learn More
Deerfield Family Days
Deerfield Family Days on July 3rd and July 4th is one of our communities biggest events. Businesses are invited to participate in this fun filled family 2 day event. Whether you enter a float in the parade, showcase your business in the Corporate Booth Area, or sell Arts & Crafts and Gourmet Food in the Bazaar, there's something for everyone. Questions, call the Village of Deerfield at 847.945.5000.
Village of Deerfield Approves Coal Tar Ban
On Monday, April 2, the Deerfield Village Board approved an ordinance that bans the use and sale of coal tar pavement sealants and regulates the licensing of pavement sealant professionals. The ordinance takes effect on May 1, 2018. Pavement sealant professionals are required to fill out a license application with the Village and must display a decal on their vehicles. This license must be renewed annually in the amount of $100. Similar ordinances banning the use of coal tar exist in several neighboring communities including Highland Park, Wilmette, Winnetka, Vernon Hills, South Barrington and Evanston. Asphalt based sealants are a readily available alternative to coal tar based sealants and numerous studies by the United States Geological Survey, amongst other governmental entities have shown that asphalt based sealants have significantly lower concentrations of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) and lower potential for contributing harmful organic material into the environment. For more information, Click Here for the FAQ and Click Here for the License Application.
Q&A with Deerfield Village Mayor Harriett Rosenthal and Northbrook Village President Sandy Frum