• Chairman Jack McDonald: Vote YES this November

    Unless we take action now to address our traffic problem, Austin's fundamental character will be permanently changed. We have a plan that will improve I-35 in the near future and accelerate improvements on 360, 1826, 2222, 620 and Parmer. Spend more time doing the things you enjoy rather than wasting it in traffic — Click here to watch Jack's video.

  • ACL Passes Awarded to Local Seniors

    The Chamber and C3 Presents' Austin City Limits Music Festival renewed its partnership to reward high school student leaders for their work in expanding financial aid efforts on their respective campuses. 30 weekend two ACL passes will be awarded following a social media contest. The partnership aims to increase participation in the Chamber’s popular Financial Aid Saturdays program.

  • Leading Austin Companies Sign the 20/20 Pledge

    Several companies have joined the 20/20 Mobility Solutions Initiative and pledged to reduce their employees’ traffic footprint by 20% by 2020. AMD, Bazaarvoice, Freescale Semiconductor, NetSpend, Parkway Properties, University Federal Credit Union and others have stepped-up to show their commitment. Visit the initiative's website to learn how your business can participate, and to access the 20/20 Mobility Solutions webinar series.

  • Have Coffee with the Candidates

    Did you miss our first Coffee with the Candidates event? No worries! You can view the conversation on our blog, here. We're excited to be introducing the candidates to each district and hope you plan to join us at our next forum. Be sure to also check out our candidate questionnaires, to view each candidates' stand on our city's most important issues -- view the results, here.

  • Global Connections Travel

    Travel with the Chamber through the waterways in The Netherlands and Belgium or see the beauty and culture South Aftica has to offer! Learn more about how you can join the Austin Chamber on a global adventure by contacting Jan Riepen. Additional information available in our Travel section.

  • Updated Newcomers Guide Now Available!

    The Austin Newcomer guide provides a look at the top interests of this wonderful city. This publication is a great tool for visitors and those new to Austin. Whether you are relocating for a job, school or change of scenery, you will appreciate the list of the top choices for nightlife, food, and entertainment. Request your copy today! Can't wait? Check out the digital version of the guide here.

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The Census Bureau reports that 40.5% of Austin area residents age 25 and over hold a bachelor’s degree, well over the national average of 29.1% in 2012.