"Its not about the place, its about the people"



Spencerville Business and Community Connections (SBCC) is a local, community-based organization, devoted to promoting and advancing the interests of Spencerville and the wider area, and to attracting visitors who will take advantage of our services and businesses.  SBCC is a not-for-profit corporation.

Our member businesses and organizations work together to enhance communication and collaboration between the businesses and the non-profit community service organizations.  Working together, we coordinate our activities to preserve and promote the quality of life in Spencerville for our residents, while advancing economic, cultural, recreational and social interests of both residents and visitors to the area.

Spencerville Business and Community Connection’s membership crosses a number of industry sectors including, retail, tourism, hospitality, arts and culture, agriculture, recreation, finance and insurance, real estate, technology, personal services and non-profit community service organizations.

We always welcome new members.  You can join us at our monthly meeting at the Spencerville Legion on the fourth Tuesday of every month from 8 am to 9 am, excluding July, August, and December.

Our Local Businesses

The Village of Spencerville offers a wide variety of goods and services to residents and visitors. Do you need your car or computer repaired? Would you like to furnish your home or purchase fine art? Are you hungry? Spencerville has you covered. In addition to our many businesses, the municipal offices of the Township of Edwardsburgh Cardinal are located here. The Village hosts a number of events throughout the year, organized by the many service organizations that operate here.

View A List of Local Businesses

This Place Matters

Spencerville Mill Foundation and Spencerville Business & Community Connections (SBCC), have a new vision for transforming a historic space beside the South Nation River into a vibrant green place for locals and visitors.

The project plan for the new Spencerville Riverside Park includes adding gardens, benches, picnic tables, wheel chair accessible pathways, bike racks, recycling bins, a pergola for sun shelter, historical panels, an information kiosk and map of village businesses and points of interest.

To achieve this venture, the groups have linked with the National Trust for Canada This Place Matters crowdfunding platform dedicated to helping Canadians save places that matter to them. This involves an online competition with other projects in the Central region (Ontario and Quebec) for donations and votes by the closing date of July 17. Please vote here every day https://thisplacematters.ca/project/riverside-park-project-partnered-approach

Spencerville’s goal is to raise $17,000 along with the most votes for the new park. If successful, the project will receive $15,000 in prize money from the National Trust which will fund a second stage of the project.

SBCC News Letter Download Here

Riverside Park News Release Download Here