Following are several websites, information bureaus and governmental agencies for additional resource data. The city has gone a long way in making information about the city available to the public through several means.
www.myclearwater.com is the city's Official website. This site is an excellent source about the city, services, activities and the government. If also offers the latest news, announcements, contact information, job openings and projects. Every city department is extensively covered to give a clear overview of services.
The Welcome Center is located at 3350 Courtney Campbell Causeway. This visitor information center provides maps, directions and all that a visitor would want to know about Clearwater including some of the events and festivals taking place in the town during the time of their visit. The center also has guides on accommodations, and other information on restaurants, shopping and other facilities at the area.
There are two chambers of commerce, which have visitor’s information centers at their offices. With over 1,700 members, the Regional Chamber of Commerce is a premier business association for the region. Their office is located at 1130 Cleveland Street downtown. Their mission "is to enhance the business environment and promote economic health and growth in the region. . ." Their official website is www.clearwaterflorida.org.
The Beach Chamber of Commerce has over 300 members. Besides furthering the business interests of its members, the chamber is also engaged in a range of fundraising and volunteer activities to support several civic, charitable, governmental, and cultural needs of the city. Many of the local business leaders who are part of the chamber volunteer their time and resources to develop business, organizational affairs, tourism, community projects and public relations. Similar to the Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Beach Chamber of Commerce also maintains a public information unit at its chamber office premises. Website: www.beachchamber.com