Pleasanton is widely recognized as a premier community in which to live, work and do business. The business climate is a key driver of the community's success. Pleasanton businesses generate roughly 55% of the local tax base and collectively act as the community’s economic engine.
The Chamber relies on Pleasanton 2025: A Community Vision as its local public policy agenda, committing volunteer and staff time to work toward its fulfillment as a catalyst, convener and champion for all things Pleasanton.
"In short, our strong local economy and extraordinary quality of life happen by design, not by accident. Working together, we cause great things to happen."
Every second Wednesday of the month at 7:30 a.m., the Chamber brings stakeholders together to focus community resources, time and talent to achieve greater understanding of issues, obstacles and opportunities related to the Vision. Contact email@example.com for more information on these monthly forums.
Moving Forward Together, Pleasanton Unified School District, David Haglund, Ed.D., Superintendent (August 2020)
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Impacts of COVID-19, myths, facts by Rick Shumway, President & CEO of Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare (June 2020)
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PUSD Adult & Career Education - Improving Workplaces by Hiring Neurodiverse Individuals (April 2020)
Transportation Priorities (February 2020)
Comcast Business (November 2019)
Kaiser Permanente Dublin Medical Offices and Cancer Center (March 2019)
Pleasanton Real Estate Market Update (February 2019)
CEMEX Presentation (January 2019)
December 12 2020 Forum (December 2018)
December 12 2020 Forum Item 2 (December 2018)
December 12 2020 Forum Item 3 (December 2018)
December 12 2020 Forum Item 4 (December 2018)
Pleasanton Unified School District, Dr. David Haglund (November 2018)
Zone 7 Water Agency Water Supply Reliability and Water Rates, Valerie Pryor (October 2018)
City’s presentation on the proposed Development Impact Fees (September 2018)
More than a dozen business leaders whose combined years of Pleasanton residency exceeds 350, and combined years of local business experience exceeds 250 lead the Chamber's advocacy efforts on local public policy priorities as defined in Pleasanton 2020: A Community Vision.
The Chamber's political action committee, BACPAC, relies on Pleasanton 2025: A Community Vision as the barometer by which to endorse and fund candidates for elected office at all levels of government, with greatest emphasis at the local level.
In short, our strong local economy and extraordinary quality of life happen by design, not by accident. Working together, we cause great things to happen.