The LeClaire Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary partnership of area businesses, organizations and individuals working together to build a healthy economy, while promoting and nurturing the quality of life in historic LeClaire.
LeClaire was founded in 1834 by Antoine LeClaire. It became the 29th state in 1846 and is the birthplace of Buffalo Bill Cody.
The town was home to river pilots who made their living navigating the hazardous river rapids where the Mississippi River takes a sharp bend in LeClaire.
Today, the city has approximately 4,000 residents who call LeClaire home. The city attracts residents, businesses and visitors with the natural beauty of the Mississippi River, a thriving business climate and high quality of life.
LeClaire is a community where individuals and families will find recreational opportunities, churches, civic organizations attractions and events, and an excellent school system.
Let the Chamber introduce you to the "quality of life" in our region and the incentives that our city provides.
QC Times Readers Choice Award Winners
LeClaire was voted “The Best Place to Take an Out of Town Guest” in the 2018 Quad City Times Reader’s Choice poll for the SEVENTH year in a row! Our beautiful, historic town with great volunteers, fun shops, interesting attractions, fun nightlife, and delicious restaurants truly support our slogan – “It’s all there in LeClaire!” Check out all our great businesses that were individually recognized as “Best in the QCA”, too! Winners included the following LeClaire Chamber members!