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February 2024

Chamber endorses Senate Bill 1553

On February 12, Jon Isaacs, the Executive Vice President of Public Affairs for the Portland Metro Chamber, spoke before the Joint Committee on Addiction and Community Safety Response, advocating for the endorsement of Senate Bill 1553.
River view of the Fremont Bridge across the Willamette. February 2024

Chamber releases poll showing voters are concerned about quality of life

From December 13 to December 19, 2023, DHM Research conducted a hybrid survey of 500 registered voters in the tri-county area.
February 2024

Chamber unveils 2024 Policy Agenda

Over the past five years, Portland has faced a cascading series of crises that have measurably damaged our city’s reputation and spurred the realization that the condition on the streets is simply not consistent with Portland’s values.
January 2024

Member Spotlight: Huber’s Cafe

Introducing Huber's Cafe, a proud member of our Chamber for many years! With a legacy dating back to 1879, Huber’s proudly holds the title of Portland’s Oldest Restaurant.
January 2024

A Love Note to Portland: Portland Gear

Portland Gear proudly conveys their passion for Portland, highlighting the excitement around the opportunities with their new downtown store.
December 2023

Governor Kotek unveils Central City Task Force recommendations

Governor Kotek and Co-Chair Dan McMillan, of The Standard, released a set of ten priority recommendations from the Portland Central City Task Force (PCCTF) to be carried out in early 2024.
November 2023

2023 PDX Holiday Pop-Ups: Downtown for the Holidays!

Explore a world of local treasures at this year's Holiday PDX Pop-Up Shops in downtown Portland.
November 2023

Member Spotlight: MARCO Ideas Unlimited

Meet our member, MARCO Ideas Unlimited!
October 2023

Chamber asks for transparency in county health inspection fee increase process

The Portland Metro Chamber, in coalition with six other business organizations, sent Multnomah County Chair Pederson and the County Commission a letter expressing deep concern regarding the large fee increases […]