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This year, through a pro-business and bipartisan lens, the Arvada Chamber evaluated each of the below ballot questions in an effort to understand the implications if they were to pass. The conversations start with our Government Affairs Committee vetting the issues and making a recommendation to the Chamber Board of Directors. The Board then evaluates the recommendations and determines the final organization position. View the Chamber’s position for each ballot question and watch a recording of our Ballots and Breakfast forum, with arguments for and against each question.
This summer, entrepreneur Scott Spears quietly celebrated ten years of unique, family-friendly stores in Olde Town Arvada. We talked to Spears about the origins of his two retail shops, Sock and Super Zoom Bang Bang, and the challenges of running five small businesses in 2020.
Paws ‘n’ Play is a unique, award-winning store in Olde Town Arvada that specializes in natural foods, treats, supplements, toys and gifts for your dog or cat. Paws ‘n’ Play’s belief is that feeding good quality food makes for a healthy and happy pet, which in turn makes a much happier person. And because the […]
On September 30, 2020, the Arvada Chamber of Commerce hosted a Doc Talk, with Dr. Payal Kohli. In partnership with 9Health, this free webinar covered a number of questions related to COVID-19, including steps businesses and individuals need to take to stay safe and updates on vaccines. Below, find a recording of the webinar, plus information on the upcoming 9Health Fair in Arvada and the Arvada Healthcare Alliance.
The Arvada Chamber, along with the Arvada Resiliency Taskforce, is dedicated to COVID-19 recovery efforts by encouraging the community AND businesses to #InvestInArvada! When you Source Local for marketing and other business services, you are investing in the future of Arvada. That’s why we partnered with Arvada-based marketing firms to offer 10 free marketing, communications and printing stimulus packages!
On September 18, the Arvada Chamber hosted the 2020 State Election Forum, which featured Colorado Senate and House candidates that will be on your ballot this November. Thank you to all who attended, the candidates, and moderator Jim Siedlecki, Deputy County Manager at Adams County. Find links for the candidates below and a recording of the virtual event.
Today the Arvada Chamber of Commerce, along with partners on the Arvada Resiliency Taskforce, announced next steps in a proactive approach to helping businesses in the community during the current public health crisis by offering a free COVID-19 At Your Business Toolkit that is a living, updated resource for employers and employees to navigate these difficult times.
The Arvada Chamber is working to understand how we support the immense impact that COVID-19 has had on student support and childcare resources. We have developed the below survey for our local businesses to offer feedback on how they are thinking about this challenge that we are concerned will lead to additional people becoming unemployed and more missed work. We are committed to developing community-wide solutions to remedy this and your feedback is a critical piece of this work.
Organization name, job title and years in your industry COUNTRY Financial, Insurance Agent, one month What’s your favorite thing about Arvada? The small community feel, I have lived in Arvada my whole life and I have gotten to see it grow into what it is but it still feels very close knit. What makes you […]