116 East Union Street
KY 42765


Fax: 270-524-1127


Mon-Fri: 8:00am – 4:00pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed


The Hart County Chamber of Commerce was formed in 1986 for the purpose of advancing the commercial, agricultural, industrial, cultural, and civic interests of Hart County and its trade area. Chamber members represent a diversified group of individuals and businesses working together to build a better future for the citizens of Hart County.


Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the Chamber office located?

We are located at 116 East Union Street in Munfordville, in the two-story red brick building located adjacent to the Property Valuation Administrator office (PVA).

What are your business hours?

Our hours are Monday to Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. However, you are encouraged to call ahead since the Chamber is staffed by only one person who is often out in the county working with businesses and community leaders. The Chamber phone number is (270) 524-2892.

I’m thinking about starting a business in Hart County, how can the Chamber help me?

The Chamber office can assist by providing information that will guide you through the basic steps of business start-up. Several publications are available there free-of-charge. Plus, the Chamber can help connect you to resources such as SCORE, the Small Business Development Center or the WKU Center for Research and Development – all which provide useful services for new and expanding businesses. In addition, the Chamber often offers workshops on Business Start-Up, or on other topics of interest to small business owners. Because of the many services it can offer, the Chamber office should be the first place that you visit when considering starting a business.

Who can join the Chamber of Commerce?

Membership to the Chamber is open to anyone interested in working with others to bring about economic growth, positive development, and an improved quality of life for the citizens of Hart County. It is currently composed of large and small businesses, civic minded individuals, governmental officials, non-profit organizations, all working together for a common cause.