This Week s Feature
Mayor Bronin Answers Questions, Talks Downtown
 Hartford Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Julio Concepcion, Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin, Hartford Business Improvement District Executive Director Jordan Polon, and City of Hartford Director of Development Services, Erik Johnson  will discuss the future of the Capitol City Thursday, July 2 at 10:00 a.m. REGISTER NOW + SUBMIT YOUR QUESTION
News & Notes

Hartford is opening back up and paid parking has begun! Download the Woonerf app for a contactless way to pay!
Parks and Recreation

Mayor Luke Bronin announced the City of Hartford’s plans to open activities in City parks and begin other recreational activities this summer! Pools will stay closed, but playscapes, tennis courts, outdoor basketball courts, splash pads, and all outdoor athletic fields will open on a staggered basis in the coming weeks! For info on Rec Center hours, programs + activities, and registration, visit Hartford Parks and Rec Website .

Hartford Chamber Conversations
An opportunity for members to network,
and have meaningful conversations about business in Hartford.

July 10, 2020 9:00 to 10:00 a.m.

 Connecticut Counts!

T he Census determines how Federal money is spent in our state. It will help fund education, hospitals, road work and highways for the next ten years!

Five quick questions, takes five minutes!

New Member Spotlight

Hartford Is the Right Place & Space for Entrepreneur Mark Nisbett

Located at 225 Asylum Street in Hartford,   People, Places & Spaces is a Preferred Haworth Commercial Furniture Dealership. President and CEO Mark Nisbett spoke with MetroHartford Alliance Content Manager Nan Price about how and why his business is a part of Hartford.
Become a Member
Let’s partner and serve as Hartford’s voice of the business community by becoming a member of the Hartford Chamber of Commerce. Any businesses located in Hartford can join the Hartford Chamber of Commerce for free now through September 1, 2020 . 

 “The Chamber provides a network that will help me accelerate relationships with other Hartford community-minded business owners,” says The Whole Hog Owner Howard Shafer.