About Boulder Chamber Advocacy:
The Boulder Chamber’s business advocacy efforts never rest. We are constantly watching, analyzing and speaking up for a vibrant prosperous Boulder. Boulder is unique, and that makes us a special Chamber, serving our business members and supporting a strong economy in a way that reflects Boulder values.
We engage decision makers and participate in advance of formal policy change decisions on your behalf to help make Boulder the best place to locate and grow your business. We constantly ensure elected officials, government staff and other community leaders are aware of the concerns of the business community.
With the support of the Community Affairs Council, we stay one step ahead of the issues affecting Boulder area businesses and our Board of Directors keep the Chamber proactively engaged. Subscribe to Weekly Policy News Update.
BOULDER CHAMBER’S 2018 POLICY AGENDA
January 31, 2018
Boulder Chamber Releases 2018 Policy Agenda
The Boulder Chamber Public Affairs Team releases the Chamber’s 2018 Policy Agenda which outlines the key public policy positions supportive of Boulder’s economic vitality.
September 27, 2017
Press Release: Northwest Chamber Alliance Supports Workforce Housing Progress through Regional Collaboration and Business Partnership
Read our 2017 Letter to Council containing recommendations on broadband infrastructure investment.
March 23, 2017
State Legislative Halftime Report – Accomplishments Thus Far
We’re halfway through our State Legislative Session for 2017 and here is a report provided by our colleagues at the Colorado Competitive Council that will give you their perspective on this year’s progress. Read more.
February 10, 2017
The Public Affairs and Advocacy Team has released the Boulder Chamber’s 2017 Policy Agenda, outlining key public policy positions for the year ahead.
The Boulder Chamber arrived at its policy positions based on feedback from our members along with review by the Community Affairs Council and final approval of the Boulder Chamber Board of Directors.
“Regional and local transportation solutions, workforce housing diversity, land use decisions and the costs of doing business within Boulder are the issues that have the greatest effect on our business community,” said Andrea Meneghel, Director of Public Affairs at the Boulder Chamber. “As such, our advocacy efforts will be focused on creating a positive impact in these areas, balancing businesses’ needs with community goals and values.” Read the full 2017 Policy Agenda here.
Boulder Chamber in the News
Read John Tayer’s Op-ed in the Daily Camera, “Collaborate!”
Read John Tayer’s Article in BizWest, “What matters to Boulder business in 2016”
View our Policy Agenda – Click here for the Boulder Chamber’s 2016 Policy Agenda
Questions? Contact Andrea Meneghel, Public Affairs Director at (303) 938-2077.