Dear champions of the Sacramento Region,

For 49 years, we’ve answered the call.

Leaders, experts and emerging influencers from across the six-county Capital Region have come together in our Nation’s Capital—every year since 1970—lending a bold and resounding voice for local issues.

Representing the largest and longest-standing delegation of its kind, the Metro Chamber’s
Capitol-to-Capitol program has driven steady and consistent advocacy, ushering significant advances for business development, an inclusive economy and a vibrant and connected

Now more than ever, our voices are needed in Washington, D.C.

As concerned citizens and accountable leaders, we have the honor of representing a large and diverse region that is rich in opportunity and at the tipping point of economic expansion. But there is important work that must be done to pave the way for greater prosperity.

From wildfire prevention and new emergency evacuation routes, to water management,
flood protection, support for education and solutions to homelessness—we are compelled by our first-hand experience, and ultimate duty, to carry these critical issues forward to policy makers and federal agencies that can, in turn, help us fulfill our mission—FOR BUSINESS.

Your voice is needed this spring in the nearly 400-strong chorus of the 50th Annual
Metro Chamber Capitol-to-Capitol program. We hope you will answer the call and join us as we celebrate the many victories of the past 49 years and continue to foster relationships and galvanize plans that bring increased momentum and abundance for our region for the next 50 years.

Kierstan DeLong
Executive Vice President

Dr. Brian King
Los Rios Community College District

Participants will be organized into teams for advocacy appointments. When registering online, you will be asked to select your first and second team choices. 

Air Quality |  Civic Amenities
Community Development | Economic Development
Flood Protection | Food & Agriculture | Health Care
Land Use & Natural Resources | Public Safety
Transportation | Water Resources
Workforce & Education


Friday, April 24
Early departures for D.C.

Saturday, April 25
Main departures for D.C.

5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Welcome Reception
The Mayflower Hotel, State Ballroom

Sunday, April 26
6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Chair’s Reception
Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture

Monday, April 27
7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Opening Breakfast & Program

Team Meetings
The Mayflower Hotel, Grand Ballroom

Morning / Afternoon
Lobbying Appointments

Tuesday, April 28
Lobbying Appointments

11:15 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Leadership Luncheon
Cannon House Office Building, Cannon Caucus Room

1:15 p.m.
All-Delegation Photo

Lobbying Appointments

6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Legacy Gala
The REACH at The Kennedy Center

Wednesday, April 29
Lobbying Appointments

Main departures for Sacramento

Note: Itinerary subject to change


Chair’s Reception
This annual reception provides the Cap-to-Cap delegation with the opportunity to salute the dozens of local elected officials from throughout the Sacramento region who are an integral part of Cap-to-Cap. 

Opening Breakfast
The historic Grand Ballroom of the Mayflower Hotel serves as the backdrop for our delegation to hear from key Administration and Congressional leaders ahead of energetic, team-oriented discussions while preparing for meetings on Capitol Hill.

Leadership Luncheon
Delegates convene in the Caucus Room of the Cannon House Office Building to hear from key congressional officials concerning top issues. Featured speakers have included Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, former Secretary of State Madeleine
Albright, and former Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew.

Legacy Gala
After a successful day of lobbying, join us for an evening of fine food and entertainment to celebrate the legacy of our regional collaboration and historic wins for California’s Capital Region. This year’s gala will be held at The REACH at The Kennedy Center.
Black-tie is requested