2020 Year in Review

Throughout 2020, the Boulder Chamber helped convene city and county organizations in support of local businesses, developed centralized information resources, evolved our networking events and member services for remote and online working conditions, and implemented direct grant support and technical assistance programs. We also advocated for policies that kept essential businesses operating and gave others the flexibility to adjust their operations, all while collaborating with our public health authorities to help protect community health.

And so much more, only made possible through your continued support!


Advocated for streamlining review and permitting processes to lower costs for businesses

Brought together sector partnerships to talk about pandemic response and brainstorm potential solutions

Provided webinars on critical topics, such as crisis communications and leading in the face of uncertainty, to help businesses navigate the crisis

Showing Integrity

Worked with Boulder County and the Latino Chamber of Commerce of Boulder County to provide bilingual informational webinars, signage and toolkits for businesses across the community

Coordinated personal outreach from Chamber staff and ambassadors to every member to check in and offer support


Joined forces with the City of Boulder in advocating to state and federal leaders for our community to receive a significant allocation of federal stimulus funds

Collaborated with our partners in the Northwest Chamber Alliance in advocating for federal funding to improve SH 119/The Diagonal

Worked with Community Foundation Boulder County to develop the Boulder Chamber Small Business COVID-19 Relief Fund, which awarded $440k to 185 small businesses

Collaborated with Boulder County Public Health to keep businesses informed of changes through weekly webinars


Developed the new Chamber Check-in Series on Facebook Live to celebrate and spread the word about member businesses

Building Community

Relit the Boulder Star out-of-season to provide hope to community in first phases of the pandemic

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