Advocating for Atascadero
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Your Atascadero Today
The future of Atascadero is happening now.
Economic growth and prosperity should be a beacon of strong business in the coming years. As a leading voice for commerce in north San Luis Obispo County, Atascadero Chamber is committed to ensuring we’re business-friendly, protecting your interests every step of the way.
We are lucky that in Atascadero our elected officials, government staff, private/public leaders are also our neighbors and community members. That thriving spirit is part of what makes Atascadero an ideal place to do business. We’re always keeping the Chamber proactively engaged – working in collaboration with our Board of Directors.
We focus on legislation so you can spend more time growing your business.
We are thankful of our many active and vocal members, who work tirelessly on behalf of the Atascadero Chamber, helping propel Atascadero into the future.
The Chamber looks forward to working with you in the future on legislative projects and building a prosperous Atascadero together.
Here are some resources that may be of assistance for you as an Atascadero business owner:
• Atascadero City Council – municipal issues
• Atascadero Planning Commission – city planning
• Cal Poly Green Campus Program – students promoting environmental stewardship at Cal Poly
• Career Connections at Cuesta College – heart for aligning students and employers with quality employment services
• Economic Vitality Corporation – economic development services, business resources
• Housing Authority of San Luis Obispo County – regional housing issues, affordable housing, planning
• Institute for Professional Development at Cuesta College – customized training for businesses and organizations
• San Luis Obispo Clean Energy – economic security & energy resilience
• San Luis Obispo County Council of Governments (SLOCOG) – effective transportation systems, enhanced quality of life in San Luis Obispo County, collaborative inter-governmental relationships
• San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors – county growth & development, water resources, public safety, general policy, planning, public utilities, etc.
• SLO County Air Pollution Control District – air pollution, preserving good air quality
• SLO County Builders Exchange – nonprofit contractors association
• SLO Partners – regional consortium of business, industry, education, community leaders focused on workforce/economic development aligning education systems and employment programs
• Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board – water issues & development
• Central Coast Commission for Senior Citizens Area Agency on Aging – state/federal funding allocation for seniors
• Citizens Transportation Advisory Committee – public transportation
• Homebuilders Association of the Central Coast – trade association representing builders, developers, related industry
• Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) – urban sprawl, government
• San Luis Obispo Flood Control and Water Conservation District – hydrology, flooding
• SLO Regional Transit Authority (SLO-RTA) – public transportation
• Tri Counties Building and Construction Trades Council – representing craft unions
• Tri County Regional Energy Network (3C-REN) – energy saving programs, industry trainings
• Department of Transportation (Caltrans)
• Employment Development Department
• Office of Governor Gavin Newsom
• America’s Job Center of California
• State of California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR)
• State of California Employment Development Department Services for Veterans
• State of California Employment Training Portal
• Labor Market Information Division
• California Business Portal (GO-Biz)
• California Center for International Development (CITD)
• California Employers Association (CEA)
• California Business Portal Incentives
• California Coastal Rural Development Corporation (Cal Coastal)
• Industrial Development Bonds Financing Program (IDB)
• Small Business Administration (SBA)