Welcome To The Alleghany Highlands
The Alleghany Highlands offers an extraordinary quality of life for its residents and an exceptional range of opportunities for visitors. The Alleghany Highlands Chamber of Commerce and Tourism strives to enhance both by fostering a healthy business environment and promoting economic growth.
The Chamber is the unifying voice for businesses in Clifton Forge, Covington, Selma, Iron Gate, Low Moor and other parts of Alleghany County, as well as neighboring communities that do business in the Alleghany Highlands.
Since 1906, the Chamber has served the community as an action-oriented organization that has emerged as the leading advocate for commerce in the Alleghany Highlands. The chamber continues the tradition through innovative programs in the areas of business development, communications, awards, education, governmental advocacy and tourism promotion.
Discover why people who are able to work from home and telecommute are choosing to live in the beautiful Alleghany Highlands. Quality of life, scenic mountain views, a low cost of housing and reliable high speed internet are among the many reasons. Visit liveuniquely.org for more information and to schedule a visit.
Upcoming Area Events
December 7 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The public is cordially invited to spend an evening with a very versatile artist, Knic Umstead. Sponsored by the Clifton Forge Public Library, the program…
November 6 @ 9:30 am - December 7 @ 5:00 pm
The Clifton Forge Public Library is pleased to feature a display in honor of the late Francis Ray Baer, a Clifton Forge resident and a…
Alleghany Living Magazine
Alleghany Living is published annually by the Alleghany Highlands Chamber of Commerce and Tourism. This colorful magazine is filled with beautiful photos and interesting articles about the many things that make life in the Alleghany Highlands special. It also serves as a valuable reference guide for residents and anyone interested in relocating or launching a business in the region. Pick up a copy at the Visitor Center in Covington or view the entire magazine online.