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City Hall Advocacy Day Delegation

December 8, 2022

2022 City Hall Advocacy Day Delegation
Thursday, December 8, 2022 | 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

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The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce invites you to register for our annual City Hall Advocacy Day on December 8, 2022. You will join a broad coalition representing the City’s diverse business community to advocate with a common voice, suggest solutions to ongoing issues that impact businesses, and partner with civic leaders to find solutions.

This annual event brings together San Francisco businesses of all kinds from the city to meet with elected officials, department heads, and industry leaders for conversations that address the most pressing challenges facing San Francisco employers, employees, residents, and visitors. The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce is a co-convener of this important day of advocacy on behalf of our members.

We will start the day at 10:00 am in San Francisco City Hall and will be joined by local elected officials and department heads. Here, we will discuss and advocate for some of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce members’ top policy priorities: Downtown recovery, public safety, safe and reliable transit, support for small businesses, and solutions to address homelessness in our city. Speakers will be announced closer to the date – so stay tuned!


More than 20 business organizations representing San Francisco industries of all kinds bring nearly 100 attendees to City Hall in meetings with civic leaders on key topics of concern to the business community including:

• Housing Affordability
• Public Transportation, Congestion and Traffic Planning
• Homelessness
• Business Taxes and Fees
• Clean and Safe Streets

Tickets for the event include lunch and meetings with City leaders, including members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.

SF Chamber Members: $100
Non-Members: $150
Small Businesses: $25

Register now as space is limited.


Thank you to our Sponsor


Questions? Contact Daniel Herzstein, Director of Public Policy or Emily Abraham, Director of Legislative and Community Affairs