The North Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce is Helping to Guide Legislative Principles and Advocacy
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the San Fernando Valley would be the fifth largest city in America were it its own city. If the Valley was one city, the area’s total population (1.74 million residents) would be behind only New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Houston (in that order). As an integral part of the valley, Northridge is home to California State University, Northridge, which is the largest university in the state system and the largest employer in the region. Northridge is also home to a large manufacturing base, the Valley Performing Arts Center and more than 3000 businesses.
As such, the chamber’s business advocacy initiatives are local, regional, state and federal, in concert with our strategic advocacy partners, which includes the California Small Business Association (of which the chamber’s president and CEO is a board member of), the California Chamber of Commerce, Valley Industry and Commerce Association and The Valley Economic Alliance. NVRCC is also a member of the Save Small Business Coalition.