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'Let us never forget that government is ourselves and not an alien power over us. The ultimate rulers of our democracy are not a President and senators and congressmen and government officials, but the voters of this country.'
~ President Franklin D. Roosevelt
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The purpose of the Chamber of Commerce -- the sole reason we exist -- is to grow business. There are many ways that the Chamber does this: networking opportunities, promotion campaigns like Buy Conejo and ribbon cuttings.
In addition to these easily seen direct efforts to grow your business, the Chamber of Commerce and its staff are also continually working behind the scenes interacting with our government to make sure this community is a good place to do business. It's well known that Conejo Valley is a successful and affluent community. That is not a coincidence. Your Chamber is always fighting on your behalf to keep the economy strong.
Along with our partners at California Chamber of Commerce and the United States Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce can point to many successes in our work to protect the business community.
Your membership makes these efforts possible!
Each year, the Board of Director's approves a Legislative Agenda. This document is the official position of the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce on various policy issues.
Click here to view or download the Legislative Agenda
Our Chamber of Commerce has a grassroots network that we activate to reach out to our local, state and federal elected officials. We need your help to make sure the message of supporting business gets to our local politicians.
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You will receive periodic emails from the Chamber about the issues that are specifically relevant to you.
Our Chamber staff work hard to represent your business to government, but there is no substitute for the direct contact of a local business. If you have a problem with a local regulation, vote or decision by your government, ask us how you can reach out directly to decision-makers.
Also, here is a list of the elected officials that represent Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village and Agoura Hills. Please reach out and tell them what they can do to make it easier for you to do business.