The Columbus Chamber of Commerce has the mission to be the paramount resource for business and the leading advocate in supporting the growth of the region vibrant economic activity.
Your Columbus Chamber of Commerce has remained an effective organization for 17 years, dedicated to serve the small, minority and women owned business community.
Our ultimate goal is that we will rise together, while maintaining our individuality.
The village was first established in 1891, just across the border from Palomas, Chihuahua, Mexico.
In 1902 the El Paso/Santa Fe Railroad Line opened a station for Columbus, the residents moved the village three miles north.
In 1916, when Pancho Villa raided the City, Columbus was considered the largest in New Mexico State.
Newly incorporated group of businesses and residents working together to improve the quality of life for the residents.
Portions of the Village of Columbus and Camp Furlong were listed among the National Register of Historic Places.
The current Columbus Port of Entry was built in 1989 to screen visitors entering the United States from Port Palomas, Mexico.
The new Port of Entry construction has begun, is expected to be completed in February 2019. The new POE will be larger and more efficient.