Business Advocacy

Fostering Business Growth

The Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce advocates tirelessly on behalf of the business community.  Here are some recent examples of our efforts.

Support for Food Truck Court Proposal at Carnegie Park

  • 10:53 am

This is a letter in support of Mr. Todd Franklin and his proposal for use of Carnegie Park in Downtown Redding for the purpose of a food truck court.

At its February Board Meeting, the Redding Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors voted to support Mr. Franklin’s vision. As an organization, the Redding Chamber is committed to the encouragement […]

WHY THE CHAMBER IS SUPPORTING MEASURE F

  • 11:47 am

Our community is becoming overrun with criminal activity that is detrimental to the area’s business climate and overall prospects for economic development.
In a recent survey of Chamber members, the majority of our members surveyed indicated they would support a tax increase if it were directed to public safety.
Based on our interviews of City and County officials, law enforcement, and […]

  • Shasta County Chemical People Support Measure A

Shasta County Chemical People Support Measure A

  • 4:38 pm

Video HERE.

Shasta County Chemical People, Partners for a Drug-Free Community is a non-profit, youth and adult led organization, which promotes and supports the development of a safe, strong community for youth and families free from racism, violence, alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse.

Located in Redding, California, midway between the Oregon border and Sacramento via I-5, the Shasta County Chemical […]

  • Senator Gaines Comments on the Water Bond

Senator Gaines Comments on the Water Bond

  • 3:58 pm

After five waterless water bonds approved over the last two decades, the Legislature came together in near unanimity to pass a $7.5 billion bond that, if approved by the voters in November, will build two new reservoirs to greatly expand California’s water storage capacity. The bond, which will be designated Proposition 1 on the November ballot, replaces an $11.1 […]

  • THE GREATER REDDING CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SUPPORTS MEASURE F

THE GREATER REDDING CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SUPPORTS MEASURE F

  • 8:39 am

The Board of Directors of the Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce announces its support of Measure F, approving a one-quarter cent tax for the special purpose of reducing crime and public nuisances associated with the effects of AB109 and other criminal activity.

According to Chamber Chairman of the Board, Tony Jaegel of Sierra Pacific Industries, “Measure F will provide our […]

  • The Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce Endorses Brent Weaver and Michael Dacquisto for Redding City Council

The Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce Endorses Brent Weaver and Michael Dacquisto for Redding City Council

  • 12:02 pm

Redding, CA – The Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce announces its endorsement of Brent Weaver and Michael Dacquisto for City Council. The Chamber board unanimously approved this action following the recommendations of its Political Action Committee, which interviewed all the candidates.

According to Chamber Chairman of the Board, Tony Jaegel of Sierra Pacific Industries, “The Chamber believes that Weaver and […]

  • The Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce Supports Yes On Measure A

The Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce Supports Yes On Measure A

  • 6:49 pm

For Immediate Release – September 8, 2014
Redding, CA – The Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce joins the Citizens for Yes On Measure A and Sheriff Tom Bosenko in supporting Yes On Measure A. A Yes Vote on Measure A will uphold the Shasta County Board of Supervisors land use ordinance to ban all outdoor marijuana cultivation in the county. […]

  • The Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce Supports REVIVE with a $1,000 Contribution

The Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce Supports REVIVE with a $1,000 Contribution

  • 12:25 pm

Chamber President and CEO, Frank J. Strazzarino, Jr., comments on supporting REVIVE and voting “YES” on Measure B – HERE

NEWS RELEASE

Excited for the jobs and opportunities that a new four-star Sheraton Hotel at Turtle Bay will bring to Redding, the Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce announced their support for a “yes” vote on November Ballot Measure B. The Chamber’s […]

POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE DEFENDING BUSINESS – Shasta County Supervisor District 5 Race Interviews

  • 11:28 am

On April 9th, the Political Action Committee (PAC) interviewed the three candidates running for District 5 Supervisor:

The purpose of the interviews was to assess how well each candidate’s positions and interests align with those of our members; and to ultimately make a recommendation to the Chamber Board of Directors for endorsement of the candidate that will best represent you, […]

  • The Chamber Testifies In Favor of the Sheraton Hotel Project

The Chamber Testifies In Favor of the Sheraton Hotel Project

  • 9:24 pm

“The Chamber of Commerce currently has 930 members who employ approximately 13,000 individuals, which makes us the largest business organization in the north state.

The Chamber of Commerce has consistently supported the Turtle Bay project since its inception precisely because it is good for business. Our members have benefitted by the large number of visitors who have come to […]

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