North Alton-Godfrey Business Counciladmin2023-11-15T15:38:10-06:00
North Alton-Godfrey Business Council
The North Alton-Godfrey Business Council is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization, founded in 1945 by three prominent North Alton business owners. Its energies are devoted to promoting activities and projects which directly benefit its members and the communities that it serves. Its diverse membership includes locally/regionally owned retail and service businesses, financial institutions and investment counselors, health care and educational entities, retirement communities, automotive dealerships, collision shops, insurance, accounting, and legal counsel, as well as individual members.
Although North Alton-Godfrey is in our name, we have no geographic boundaries. We have members from Alton and Godfrey, as well as members from Jerseyville, Edwardsville, and Waterloo. We welcome anyone interested in participating in our organization to contact us.
The North-Alton Godfrey Business Council meets on the second Tuesday of each month. Meetings are held at various locations, with meeting notices sent by email. There are four (4) breakfasts, seven (7) luncheons, and one evening meeting per year. Meetings normally feature a presentation of current interests and provide a forum for business networking and mutual support between member businesses.
The Council’s fiscal year runs from April 1 through March 31, with an annual dues structure of $55 for business members and $25 per individual member.