What’s Important Now

The Top 5 Arvada Chamber news, resources, and events you need to know this week and month.

This Week

Back by popular demand, the Meet Your Community Leaders Luncheon is your chance to hear from community leaders influencing the vitality of Arvada from safety, culture, economic growth, and municipal leadership. Attendees will walk away with the confidence to share all the incredible happenings of Arvada and have their questions answered. Hear from the Arvada City Manager, Arvada Police Chief, and Arvada Fire Chief, plus executive directors from Arvada Economic Development Association, Arvada Urban Renewal Authority, Arvada Visitors Center, and more.
 
Join us for a special Advocacy After Hours as we tour the Jefferson County Election Center! The tour will show how ballots are processed, voter signatures are verified, results are counted, and the many security measures and safeguards that are in place. The tour will last 45-60 minutes and will be limited to the first 30 registered people. Those who attend will be invited to a happy hour to follow.
 

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The Arvada Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the release of the “Business Housing Advocate Workbook,” a new and valuable resource designed to help business leaders understand the impact of housing barriers on the region’s workforce and how businesses can advocate for local, regional, and statewide housing policies and projects. Through the B.O.L.D. 2026 initiative, the Arvada Chamber’s goal is to ensure access to income-aligned housing so that workers can attain housing within reasonable proximity to their jobs. 
 
Discover the fundamentals of web accessibility with BlendWorks Digital Marketing. This session will cover what web accessibility is, why it is vital for your website, and the steps you can take to make your digital presence accessible to all. Understand how accessibility not only fulfills legal requirements but also enhances user experience and broadens your audience.
 
By signing the Arvada Chamber of Commerce Inclusive Workplace Pledge, you commit to being an ally in creating an inclusive and safe space for all people in the community. This pledge should be taken by the business owner or president. Thank you to businesses like Beams to Basements Contractors, La Patisserie Francaise, and Altitude Docushred for signing the pledge!
 

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June 2024

The Arvada Chamber of Commerce has moved to a beautiful, larger space at 80th and Wadsworth. This location includes more offices for our growing team and will accommodate the new Business Resource Center, a one-stop destination for entrepreneurial events, programming, resources, and direct support. Join us for refreshments, networking, and more!

RSVP here

Join us for a special Advocacy After Hours as we tour the Jefferson County Election Center! The tour will last 45-60 minutes and will be limited to the first 30 registered people. Those who attend will be invited to a happy hour to follow.

Register here.

Taste of Arvada 2024, presented by Climb Credit Union, returns on Thursday, July 11 at the Apex Center! More than 50 Denver Metro restaurants, craft breweries, bakeries, and non-food vendors will display their finest offerings from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. Buy tickets early as this event will sell out! Purchase VIP, general admission, and kids tickets or sign up as a volunteer at arvadachamber.org/Taste

The Arvada Chamber of Commerce is excited to release this new and valuable resource designed to help business leaders understand the impact of housing barriers on the region’s workforce and how businesses can advocate for local, regional, and statewide housing policies and projects.

Download here.

This session will cover what web accessibility is, why it is vital and legally required for your website, and the steps you can take to make your digital presence accessible to all.

Register for free here.