2020 Women Who Light the Community Honorees

By Boulder Chamber | Aug 11, 2020

The Boulder Chamber is pleased to announce the honorees for the 2020 Women Who Light the Community Awards. This event, which will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year, honors women who have made significant, innovative contributions to our community by addressing meaningful business, nonprofit, education, arts, and community needs.

2020 Golf Tournament

By Boulder Chamber | Aug 3, 2020

Fun on the Course, #TwoClubsApart 2020 Boulder Chamber Golf Tournament brings business leaders together for a day of safe, friendly competition Although this year’s golf tournament looked a little different than in years past, it was great to watch Boulder’s business community come together in a safe manner, #TwoClubsApart. We’ll …

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Share Your Perspective on the Xcel Negotiations

By Boulder Chamber | Jul 23, 2020

The City of Boulder has spent years assessing whether to pursue a city-run, community-owned electric utility or to achieve it renewable energy goals through a renewed franchise agreement with its current electric services provider, Xcel Energy. City Council will revisit this debate on August 4 when it considers the progress of recent negotiations between Xcel leadership and City of Boulder representatives. At issue will be whether or not to place a new franchise agreement before the voters during this fall’s election, effectively ending the City of Boulder 10-year bid to municipalize our electric system.

NAACP Boulder County Adds Corporate Membership

By Boulder Chamber | Jul 21, 2020

NAACP Boulder County Adds Corporate Membership For local businesses looking to build inclusive work environments and help close the racial disparity gap, NAACP Boulder County has added a corporate membership to its offerings. Annual corporate membership levels range from $1,000-$10,000. Membership levels above $5,000 include access to the Ambassador program. …

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With public health, keep the focus on real solutions

By John Tayer | Jul 9, 2020

To suggest that development density is the source of our current health challenges ignores both facts and history. It also undermines one of the most effective deterrents to climate change — one of the other great threats to human health.

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