Ballard Chamber wants input for shaping our future

Ballard is changing, there is no denying that, and the Ballard Chamber of Commerce wants to figure out the long-range goals for our neighborhood.

Later this month and into next, the Chamber will hold three discussion groups “in an effort to gather thoughts and ideas from Ballard’s diverse groups of business stakeholders,” Beth Miller, the executive director of the Chamber writes. According to the flyer, “Each session will be focused on Ballard’s potential and the Chamber’s appropriate roles in realizing this potential.

Everyone is invited to participate in these discussions.

  • Economic Development
  • Thursday, October 27th from 8 to 10 a.m.
    Swedish Medical Center (5300 Tallman Ave NW) cafeteria conference room

  • Physical Environment
  • Thursday, October 27th from 6 to 8 p.m.
    Ballard Landmark (5433 Leary Ave NW) community room

  • Marketing & Promotions
  • Wednesday, November 2nd from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
    Swedish Medical Center (5300 Tallman Ave NW) conference room A

    For more information on what specifically will be discussed, click here (.pdf). These groups are funded by a grant awarded by the Office of Economic Development. (MyBallard is a member of the Ballard Chamber of Commerce.)

    Geeky Swedes

    The founders of My Ballard

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