The Boulder Chamber Policy Agenda highlights the issues most critical to our business community and details the public policy positions that will sustain the strength of Boulder’s economy, while being in balance with our community’s social and environmental goals.

The Boulder Chamber arrives at its policy positions based on feedback from our members, a thorough review by our Community Affairs Council, and with the final approval of the Boulder Chamber Board of Directors.

“Last year saw many positive outcomes for the community through collaborative efforts between the Boulder Chamber, our businesses and local government; this included reduced cost burdens on our craft brewers, wineries and distillers to the completion of the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan update,” said Andrea Meneghel, Director of Public Affairs at the Boulder Chamber. “For 2018, we expect to address a number of ongoing priority issues that present us with both opportunities and challenges. From improving access to workforce housing and developing regional and local transportation improvements to modernizing our broadband infrastructure, the Boulder Chamber is committed to working with our partners to advance public policies that move our community forward and sustain Boulder’s economic vitality.”

Read the full 2018 Policy Agenda here.

For further information, please contact Boulder Chamber Director of Public Affairs, Andrea Meneghel at 303-938-2077 or


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