We are your neighbors.  We are a mix of locally owned, independent businesses who live in the small town of Black Creek, Wisconsin. Strong communities require a healthy business base, and businesses need strong community support. The Black Creek Business Association (BCBA)  is a non-profit organization that meets in the last Tuesday of every month. See the Events Calendar for the next meeting date.

Black Creek is a town in north-central Outagamie County, Wisconsin. The population was 1,316 at the 2010 census. Origins of the community trace back to 1862 when it was settled by American Civil War veteran, Thomas J. Burdick and his son, Abraham. Initially, the village had been referred to as Middleburg, due to its geographical proximity to Green Bay, Shawano, and Appleton. However, the name was later changed to reflect the dark-colored creek along the outskirts of the community following village incorporation in 1904. Today, Black Creek hosts a variety of community events including the annual Family Daze celebration.

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Creek,_Wisconsin

The BCBA welcomes new members and provides support for its current members.  Our goal is to assist and promote the Black Creek area business community by networking with local agencies and working with the Schools, the Planning Commission, the Township, and the County Chamber.