The Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance (NCLA), submitted its concerns and issues in a formal Pre-hearing Statement to the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission on July 9 in response to the state mandated Employer Trip Reduction Program (ETRP) proposal that is pending before the Commission and undergoing its formal regulatory hearing process. The NCLA has been convening meetings, coordinating the business community response with other similarly minded formal parties and has engaged with l...Read More
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the graduates of the 2020/2021 Change Leadership Inspired by Leadership Fort Collins (LFC) program.
The traditional LFC program was put on pause for 2020-2021 and the Change Leadership program was offered to LFC and Leadership Northern Colorado alumni and other community leaders. The program focused on leadership during a time of change.
2021/22 Change Leadership Inspired by LFC Graduates
On Wednesday, leading Northern Colorado business and community leaders joined the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce to officially launch Northern Colorado Prospers 2.0 – a five-year (2022-2026) catalytic initiative for regional economic growth and a $4 million campaign to fund its implementation.
The initiative will build upon the success of Northern Colorado Prospers in the last few years and focus on four specific goals:
GOAL 1: Reignite and Rebuild our Economy
GOAL 2: Att...
Every person who gets the a COVID-19 vaccine helps stop the virus from spreading, helping our community stay healthy and our businesses thriving. Larimer County Public Health Director Tom Gonzales believes the light is getting brighter toward the end of the pandemic and that vaccinations will help the county get there.
During a Town Hall hosted by the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce and Loveland Area Chamber of Commerce on Monday, May 17, Gonzales provided an overall health update and d...Read More
In response to legislation passed in 2019 which mandates reductions to Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG), the state’s Air Pollution Control Division, has proposed a mandatory program, Employee Traffic Reduction Program (ETRP), under which all employers with 100 or more workers must reduce the number of single-occupant vehicles on our roads. Proposed strategies include ridesharing, transit use, remote work, flex-scheduling and parking management. As currently proposed, employers would need to demo...Read More
Business Community Encouraged to Engage in the Future of Workforce Discussion
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, Northern Colorado Prospers and regional Talent 2.0 partners will host the fourth annual Talent Summit, 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. on April 21 online.
Finding and keeping key talent will continue to be a critical mission for employers throughout the Northern Colorado region, made even more complicated with the pandemic and changing trends and laws. This online event will pro...Read More
The United States Chamber of Commerce, at its March 11, 2021 board meeting, awarded the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce with 5-Star Accreditation for its sound policies, effective organizational procedures, and positive impact on the community.
This is the third time the Fort Collins Chamber has achieved 5-Star Accreditation; and is now recognized as one of 190 Accredited chambers across the country, and one of only two Accredited chambers in Colorado.
“Now more than ever, cham...Read More
David May awarded prestigious Collins Award
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its 116th Annual Celebration March 3, 2021. While our event looked a bit different from past years, more than 250 Chamber members and others from the area came together virtually to celebrate the business community, reflect on the work of the Chamber in 2020, look ahead to 2021 key goals and to video recognize individuals who had a great impact on the organization and the community at large.
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As many as 400,000 Coloradoans have been affected by fraudulent unemployment claims during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On February 25, 2021, representatives from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment presented to Chamber members on how to protect yourself and your employees from unemployment fraud and what to do if you have experienced it. These experts also shared the steps you can take to keep your data safe, as well as clear up some misinformation about what this will - or won't - d...Read More
Community invited to virtually #MarchOn2021
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to present the 116th Annual Celebration from 9:00-9:30 a.m. on March 3. The event will be streamed, and attendees will be able to view from any personal device. This annual event brings the community together to celebrate the success of the Fort Collins Chamber and the business community.
In the spirit of this year’s #MarchOn2021 theme, the Chamber will:
Celebrate 2020 Accomplishments,