• Business Advocacy

  • The Chamber of Commerce gives voice to local businesses. We actively engage with our members to better understand their operations, their offerings, and the challenges they face. We promote and advocate on their behalf, understanding that a healthy business climate is essential to a healthy community – and vice versa.


    Our advocacy efforts have several components


    Business Issues & Public Policy Committee
    This monthly gathering enables members to learn and to identify key issues of interest to Mountain View businesses, and strategize on courses of action. Areas of focus include local, state and federal legislative issues, as well as business and industry related issues such as transportation, development, regulation and business trends. The committee meets on the 2nd Wednesday of every month. 12:00pm – 1:30pm at the Chamber.  For more information, please contact govt_relations@chambermv.org.


    Government Relations

    We have a close relationship with our local city government, and work together with a wide range of departments on refining existing policies and processes, and making it easier for businesses to navigate. We speak on behalf of businesses at City Council meetings, as well as reach out to state, county and national elected officials on issues of importance.


    Partnerships with Local Organizations

    DBA, Other Chambers, CSA,

    Regional issues



    For major elections, the Chamber goes through a research and evaluation process of local candidates and initiatives to determine those that provide the best understanding of business issues, and are most willing to work with our members on solutions.

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