On the whole, things are going quite well in Fort Collins. The quality of life of our area is the envy of many other communities, and the unemployment rate is relatively low.
In light of growing competition for our community’s jobs, the question is “How do we keep things going our way?” Most of that answer lies with the great businesses and private sector innovators in Fort Collins.
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce has made it a priority to support the election of City Council Members who support business and job creation and to take positions on ballot measures that it believes will impact quality of life and economic competitiveness.
Information on the Chamber’s position on various issues and candidates can be found here:
- November 2019 Coordinated Election
- April 2019 Election
- November 2018 Election
- November 2017 Coordinated Election
- April 2017 Municipal Election
- November 2016 Election
- November 2015 Election
- April 2015 Election
- November 2014 Election
- November 2013 Election
- April 2013 Election
- November 2012 Election
- November 2011 Election
Please note: The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to provide education, information and analysis of local issues and candidates specifically for its members. The opinions expressed in this website are meant to give Chamber members a perspective that advocates for the business community and the city’s overall quality of life, and to give members insight into the potential impacts of local issues and candidates.