The Novato Chamber works to keep the business community informed, represented and heard to local and regional offices. The Government Affairs Committee (GAC) works to ensure that business needs are represented and that laws are adopted that help build our community while keeping our businesses and the economy strong and thriving.GAC believes in fostering communication and works diligently to be inclusive. GAC also believes in providing as much transparency as possible to the speakers, guests and interviews in which it conducts.
The Novato Chamber betters the North Bay community through connectivity, discussion and political influence. Through the Government Affairs Committee, our organization gets the opportunity to meet key and influential players in town. The GAC then makes recommendations of action to the Novato Chamber Board of Directors.
If you have a project, topic or discussion point that you would like the GAC to consider for the monthly agenda, please contact either of the Co-Chairs.
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First and Grant Development
Novato Chamber Endorsed
The Novato Chamber Board of Directors proudly
Show your support for a vibrant Downtown and start #ShapingTomorrow
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Past GAC Meeting Topics / Guests
Board members serve a term of 3 years and may serve two consecutive terms. Following a year off-duty, they may resume their service. The Board sets policy, general goals, vision and helps forge the path of the organization under the leadership of the Board President.
The Novato Chamber Board of Directors has decided to endorse the First and Grant Development. The site of the Old Pini Building offers a special opportunity to develop the west side of Novato's Downtown District.
Do You Have Questions? Contact the Novato Chamber Team!
If you have any questions about this page, the Novato Chamber's political position/community project endorsements, or if you are interested in learning more about the Board of Directors and the Novato Chamber's community participation and representation, contact Coy Smith. Click here to Email Coy!