Get the 411 in Morgan Hill from the recently released guide from the Chamber
By Brittney Sherman
Where do you look when you need a referral for a plumber? Or when you need to book a hotel for your extended family visiting this summer? Or you need to find the date for the Taste of Morgan Hill festival? Or you need to help your child write a report about the history of Morgan Hill?
The 87-page Morgan Hill Directory and Community Guide is the answer to all of these questions — and more.
Every year 20,000 copies of the publication are created, printed and distributed throughout the city and beyond. Not only are individual copies mailed straight to your front door and to every business address in Morgan Hill, additional copies are also hand-delivered to various high foot traffic areas throughout the city on a monthly basis.
What should you expect to find when you open your 2020 copy? A wealth of information starting with welcome letters and updates from the Mayor Rich Constantine, Morgan Hill School District Superintendent Steve Betando and Chamber President/CEO John Horner.
Page 6 provides convenient contact information for residential services such as Recology and PG&E in addition to emergency services such as MHPD and CalFire.
Dive into city demographics, economics, top employers and history on pages 7-12 and read an overview of the city’s General/Master Plan on page 15. Flip to the middle of the book and get your bearings by consulting the city, downtown and wine trail maps. When looking for referrals head to the back of the book for a comprehensive list of local businesses organized by the particular service they provide.
Peppered on pages throughout our annual business directory you will find information on some of the larger sub-categories including restaurants, hotels, clubs, schools, places of worship, nonprofit organizations, annual events and leisure activities. This book could not be made without the support of local businesses investing in advertisement space, so please make sure to take a moment and review every item on every page.
The Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce is proud to produce its directory each year in an effort to promote local business, support local clubs/organizations/services and highlight the many reasons why our community is a preferred place to live, work and play. We hope you enjoy your copy of the 2020 Morgan Hill Directory and Community Guide.
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