Boise Metro Chamber Calls for Civility and Civic Charity

As a community-based organization whose mission includes advocating for an outstanding quality of life, the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce is deeply concerned about the recent issues involving the City of Boise and Cooper Court.

November is Nonprofit Awareness Month

November is dedicated to celebrating the value of Idaho’s nonprofits and to expanding public understanding of the important role they play in building healthy vibrant Idaho communities.

Students Stop by the Chamber

While the Boise Metro Chamber receives a lot of inquisitive walk-in visitors (and phone calls), few are ever this young. Yesterday afternoon, a group of seventh grade students from Anser Public Charter School stopped by our office with clipboards in hand. They wanted to know- "What makes Boise so much better than other cities?" Our Senior Vice-President Ray Stark was more than happy to tell them why Boise is special, and what the Chamber does for the city's business community. 

BVEP's New Video Supports the Efforts of Gowen Strong

Chamber Members Lend A Hand to Youthworks!

When Stacey Moody of Idaho Youth Ranch attended the Business After Hours and trade show last month at The Club at Spurwing, she had a goal in mind.


Idaho Youth Ranch
5465 W. Irving St., Boise, ID 83706
United States

Congratulations to CSHQA On Becoming A 100+-Year Chamber Member!

CSHQA, an architecture and engineering firm, is celebrating 125 years of continuous operation!  It was established in 1889 as William S. Campbell Architects.  Boise had a population of about 2,300.  Campbell designed the Idanha Hotel in 1900 and Boise’s Central Fire Station with partner Charles W. Wayland in 1903.  James A. Fennel joined in 1904 the name changed to Wayland & Fennel Architects.  Wayland & Fennel joined the Boise Chamber in 1910.


200 W. Broad St., Boise, ID 83702
United States

Leadership Boise Announces Class of 2016

Leadership Boise (LB), a program of the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, last week announced their class of 2016. As one of the longest-running, Chamber-sponsored leadership programs in the United States, LB has graduated more than 1,400 business and civic leaders since its inception in 1976.

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