Regional Stay at Home Order to Take Effect December 11

By Metro Chamber|December 9, 2020

At noon today, the Governor of California announced that the Greater Sacramento Region – including the counties of Alpine, Amador, Butte, Colusa, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, Sierra, Sutter, Yolo, and Yuba – has fallen under the 15% threshold for ICU availability. Due to this change and pursuant to the Regional…

Metro Chamber Updates Regional Business Community on New Stay-at-Home Order

By Metro Chamber|December 4, 2020

This afternoon, Governor Newsom issued a Regional Stay-at-Home Order, which will go into effect within 48 hours in regions with less than 15% Intensive Care Unit (ICU) availability. The latest order prohibits private gatherings of any size, closes sector operations, excluding critical infrastructure and retail, and requires mask wearing and…

Sacramento Metro Chamber Launches #All4Small Fundraising Initiative to Support Region’s Small Businesses

By Metro Chamber|November 24, 2020

In an effort to amplify the significant contributions small businesses provide to the region’s economy, the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce has partnered with talented local artists Chelsea-Mari Kennedy and Brandon Gastinell to design artwork for limited edition specialty merchandise as part of a new #All4Small fundraising initiative. The new…

Sac Metro Chamber to Continue Remote Work

By Metro Chamber|November 6, 2020

The Sacramento Metro Chamber will continue its remote operations into 2021. The Chamber, like many other businesses in the community, is focused on the health and safety of team members, chamber members, and our external partners. Chamber team members will continue to work virtually from home. We will continue to…

Sacramento Inclusive Economic Development Collaborative Releases Annual Report

By Metro Chamber|October 17, 2020

The Sacramento Metro Chamber is a proud member of the Sacramento Inclusive Economic Development Collaborative (Sac IEDC) and recently released its 2020 Annual Report, which highlights the significant economic impact of seven aging commercial corridors — Del Paso Boulevard, Florin Road, Franklin Boulevard, Mack Road, Oak Park, Power Inn and…

HERO Act Influenced by Cap-to-Cap Connections

By Metro Chamber|September 22, 2020

The Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce’s annual Cap-to-Cap program provides attendees and our elected officials opportunities to foster and pass meaningful legislation that positively improves the quality of life for the Capital Region, and beyond. The House of Representatives voted on September 21, 2020, to pass Representative Ami Bera’s Helping…

Six-Months Since CA Stay-At-Home Order Issued: The Chamber Reflects

By Metro Chamber|September 18, 2020

As California approaches the six-month mark since Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a statewide stay-at-home order on March 19, 2020 to flatten the curve and reduce the spread of COVID-19, the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce reflects back on effective regional actions taken and identifies key recommendations to help position Capital…