Business License Tax Survey
If you have not completed the survey yet, please take 2 minutes and do it. Your input is heavily needed.  See Preliminary results

Survey
 
BIPP Meetings
BIPP (Business Issues & Public Policy) is the branch of the Chamber that advocates for the business community. BIPP is like the eyes, ears, and voice of local business. The decisions that the BIPP committee makes are presented to the Chamber's Board of Directors. The Chamber BOD then decides and votes on whether or not they will take a position on an issue, and what that position will be. 

Anyone can attend BIPP meetings, but you need to attend 3 of them and become an official BIPP member, before you are allowed to vote.

How are decisions made in Mountain View, and how do you, as a business owner or resident, make sure your voice is heard? By attending BIPP meetings!

Next BIPP Meeting: 
June 13, 2018 
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Chamber Board Room
Chamber Positions 
Here are a list of upcoming ballot measures the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce is in support of and opposes.

SUPPORT
Mountain View Whisman School District, Measure B Parcel Tax
Mountain View Los Altos School District, Measure E 
Regional Measure 3, Traffic Relief Plan

OPPOSE
We opposed the following:

AB2455 (Kalra), Home Care Aide Registry
AB3087 (Kalra), California Health Care Cost, Quality, and Equity Commission

Candidate Training with Supervisor Joe Simitian
The Mountain View Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a candidate training for local candidates (from throughout Santa Clara County) and their campaign staff on August 15th.

The event will be presented by Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian and political strategist Mary Hughes

August 15, 2018
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Historic Adobe House 

Mark your calendars! The registration for this event will be available in the next few weeks.
Citizen Task Force Seeks to Curb Emissions
Citizen Task Force Seeks to Curb Emissions Last year the City Council appointed 33 members to an Environmental Sustainability Task Force and asked it to recommend ways that the community could dramatically cut its emissions of greenhouse gasses. The Task Force has met monthly and expects to present its recommendations to the Council in June. Its meetings are open to the public, and take place on the second floor of City Hall in either the Council Chambers or the Plaza Conference Room. Dates of upcoming meetings are: May 17, May 24 and June 7. All meetings start at 6:30 PM. For more information, click here.