"To promote a positive economic climate where members can succeed and grow, while facilitating and developing commercial opportunities for all businesses and residents of the greater Holyoke area."
Please join the Holyoke Taxpayers Association in collaboration with the Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce on September 18, 2019 from 6:30 - 8:30 at the Holyoke Senior Center, 291 Pine Street, Holyoke, MA for an informational evening to learn about the ballot Question regarding the building of two new middle schools. The evening will have factual information for the voters in Holyoke regarding the Debt Exclusion Override and the potential impact it will have on you or your business. You will also learn about what’s new in the pipeline to increase tax revenues in Holyoke; what’s the City of Holyoke’s current indebtedness; and how does it all work.
This is your opportunity to become an educated voter!
Our vision is to provide a proactive business organization that provides high value marketing and networking opportunities as well as effective public policy advocacy for a broad-based membership in the greater Holyoke area. The Chamber’s activities are focused on increasing economic growth, commercial investment and building a more prosperous community while striving for a higher quality of life for its residents and businesses.
History, culture, industry, and recreation all come together in Downtown Holyoke. Within the four neighborhood of downtown Holyoke, enjoyable experiences for the whole family can be found at all times of the year. Whether visiting or relocating, Holyoke has something for everyone. Located in the heart of the Pioneer Valley, Holyoke is rich in natural and cultural assets, including the Connecticut River, hundreds of acres of parkland, two museums, and a historic dense urban fabric. It is all here, along with the great businesses and industries that have made Holyoke a major employment center since 1850 when it was developed as the first planned industrial city in the nation. (read more)