• Welcome to the Dunedin Chamber of Commerce

  • Welcome to Dunedin, Florida

    While Dunedin, Florida (pronounced DONE-EE-DIN) has a small town image, it is actually a bustling city of 37,000 residents. One of the oldest cities on the West Coast of Florida, it has a wooded and subtropical setting with almost four miles of picturesque waterfront, a relaxed lifestyle, and activities for all ages, making Dunedin a truly delightful place to live or visit.

    Dunedin offers something for everyone including a quaint and active downtown, beautiful parks, beaches, recreational activities for all ages, history, culture, educational opportunities, a wide range of housing choices, and much more. Begin your exploration with a visit to the Dunedin Chamber of Commerce, located at the west end of downtown, 301 Main Street, in its beautiful, historic building.  You’ll find all the information you’ll need to discover Dunedin.

    The Dunedin area enjoys near perfect weather, with an average summer high of 85 degrees and a winter low of 62 degrees. Average rainfall is 50 inches per year with the usual summertime afternoon showers.

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  • Our Mission

    The mission of the Dunedin Chamber of Commerce is to enhance the Greater Dunedin area’s quality of life by promoting economic, civic, educational, cultural, and tourism development through business advocacy, leadership and support to members.

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  • Our Thriving Economy

    Dunedin’s economy is firmly rooted in the service industry, tourism, retail, financial institutions and services, health care, real estate and some light manufacturing.

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  • Our Culture

    Delightful Dunedin, with its rich Scottish heritage, is home to the Annual Highland Games, the Celtic Festival, Whiskey tastings and much more.  It’s not unusual to hear bagpipes playing or see men in kilts.  The Dunedin Scottish Arts Foundation works to keep the Scottish heritage alive.