The Chamber and Economic Development
As the voice of business in West Volusia, your Chamber will continue to provide opportunities to advance conversations on improving the climate for business growth and sustainability, economic development, and stimulate innovation in our community. We do this by working with a variety of stakeholders, including elected officials, participation with the Florida State Chamber of Commerce, and others, to ensure that business friendly, pro-growth strategies are cultivated and adopted at all levels of government.
West Volusia Regional Chamber of Commerce Hosts Senator Marco Rubio’s Mobile Office
West Volusia Regional Chamber of Commerce is hosting Senator Rubio’s and Senator Scott’s West Volusia Mobile Offices
The Chamber will host both Senator’s local staff on different days and times. Learn about the services their offices offer constituents in areas such as: Immigration, Medicare, IRS/Banking, Military/VA, Social Security and Legislative issues.
Senator Rubio’s Mobile Office hours will be held TBD from 9:30-11:30 am
Senator Scott’s Mobile Office hours will be held December 10 from 11:30am-1:30pm
Both will be held at the Chamber Office, 132 Treemonte Drive, Orange City.
To date, this program has assisted many of our community members with urgent issues. We are grateful for the opportunity to assist our fellow West Volusia citizens receive resolution to their challenges.
Volusia County releases study on Impact Fees
In October 2018, Volusia County released a thoroughfare road impact fee study conducted by Duncan and Associates. This study was presented to the County Council at its October 2, 2018, meeting. The release was followed up by 4 public meetings held throughout Volusia County for public comment. As the voice of business in west Volusia, the Chamber was represented at several of these meetings and presented comments.
Interested community members may click here to access the study.
Florida Chamber of Commerce/Florida 2030
The Florida Chamber Commerce has created a blueprint for how we can remain globally competitive, create prosperity and high wage jobs, and foster vibrant and sustainable communities. You can read more about the details of this plan and the strategic vision that drives the Chamber at this link.
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