The Boulder Chamber’s business advocacy efforts never rest. We are constantly watching, analyzing and speaking up for a vibrant and 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.

Advocacy News & Updates

Boulder Chamber and City Leaders Tackle Housing and Transportation at Boulder Startup Week

By Boulder Chamber | May 23, 2019

Boulder Chamber and City Leaders Tackle Housing and Transportation at Boulder Startup Week Andrea Meneghel, Boulder Chamber Director of Public Affairs, and Chris Hagelin, City of Boulder Senior Transportation Planner, discuss ideas …

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The Future of East Boulder

By Boulder Chamber | May 23, 2019

The Future of East Boulder East Boulder is one of the city’s primary employment centers, with many local businesses specializing in scientific, research and technology sectors. The area also includes construction industry …

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Boulder Chamber Hosts Congressman Joe Neguse

By Boulder Chamber | May 23, 2019

Boulder Chamber Hosts Congressman Joe Neguse Congressman Joe Neguse at the Boulder Chamber On May 6, Congressman Joe Neguse visited the Boulder Chamber to talk with members as part of Small Business …

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Kicking off the Campaign Season for Future City Councilmembers

By Andrea Meneghel | April 5, 2019

The Boulder Chamber’s College of Political Knowledge officially kicked off the campaign season on April 4 to a room of more than 70 interested community members, potential candidates, campaign managers and volunteers. Attendees …

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Funding Groundwork in D.C.

By Boulder Chamber | March 27, 2019

Our regional economy and workforce depend on a reliable and efficient transportation system to function effectively. In response to that need, the Boulder Chamber traveled to Washington D.C., along with a regional …

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Boulder Together Transportation Update: Day at the Capitol

By Boulder Chamber | March 27, 2019

On March 20, along with our regional partners in the Northwest Chamber Alliance (NWCA), the Boulder Chamber met with government leaders and legislators that included Governor Jared Polis, Speaker of the House …

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Boulder Chamber Supports Electronic and Online Sales Tax Simplification System

By Andrea Meneghel | March 26, 2019

New taxing regulations have increased costs and time requirements for small businesses. Colorado has 344 taxing jurisdictions and a combination of city, county, and special districts creating 638 unique tax rates. This …

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The College of Political Knowledge is Thursday, April 4th

By Boulder Chamber | March 26, 2019

Is there a local issue that has you fired up? Are you ready to step up and run for office, be a campaign manager or campaign volunteer? Or maybe you’d like to …

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Hey Boulder, Don’t Be Late to the Future!

By John Tayer | January 8, 2019

As we start the new year making traditional resolutions, I’ve personally reflected on the areas where I could self-improve. Those who’ve worked with me for a while, or maybe even just scheduled …

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We Can’t Regulate Our Way to Paradise

By John Tayer | December 17, 2018

The Huffington Post recently hosted a public forum on Boulder’s affordable housing challenges. Among other causes, the forum’s panelists called out our restrictive development policies. As Boulder Councilwoman Jill Adler Grano explained, …

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