The Granville Area Chamber of Commerce exists to advance the prosperity of
the Granville area, to promote the commercial interests of the business
community, to support civic, cultural and educational pursuits, and to bring
about closer cooperation among those engaged in retail trade,
manufacturing, farming, services, and professional practice, and to secure
concerted action on their part to improve the environment of business.
Slate quarries define the town, a place where the work is hard, the roots
are deep, and the Thursday night pork roast supper at the Methodist church
is standing room only."
Chronicle, TheBostonChannel, Friday, June 13, 2003: Main Streets and Back
Roads - Granville, N.Y.
Whether you are visiting, relocating, driving through, living in, or doing
research on the Granville area, the Granville Area Chamber of Commerce
invites you to experience the sense of community which surrounds the
Granville is located midway between Lake George, NY and Manchester, VT,
in beautiful Washington County. The Granville Area is known to New York
State Tourism as the "Capital/Saratoga District," to some as "The Colored
Slate Capital of the World," and to others as a part of the "Lakes Region."
Located in rural upstate New York on the Vermont border, we offer an area
rich in natural history. Granville is bordered by Vermont to the east, Hampton
and Whitehall to the north, Hebron to the south, and Hartford and Fort Ann
to the west.