• Now is the time to work harder than ever before to Move Burlington Forward

    In 2015, Burlington was presented with several projects that could change the face of our city. We’ve seen some inch forward while others have become stalled or even stopped due to local opposition. Could 2016 be a year of real change for Burlington? Below is our short list of those key opportunities, which, if moved […]

  • Announcing the 2016 BBA Business Summit

    Moving Burlington Forward: Making the Shift from Plans to Action Join us for the 2016 BBA Summit on Thursday, February 11th from 7:30am-11:00am at Burton Snowboards’ Area 13/ Craig’s Shop building.

  • Local Retailers Discuss Shoplifting Concerns with State’s Attorney

    The BBA attended a community forum hosted by the office of the Chittenden County State’s Attorney, TJ Donovan, to discuss the issue of shoplifting and its impacts on both small and large retailers in Burlington and the surrounding area. This well attended meeting presented the opportunity to have an important dialogue between retailers, loss prevention […]

  • Submit Your Nominations for the 2016 BBA Awards!

    Once a year the BBA awards Burlington businesses and business leaders awards in three categories at the BBA Annual Dinner & Meeting. These awards honor the winners’ hard work and dedication to making Burlington such a great place to live, work and play. We ask that the community nominates businesses who they think are deserving […]

  • Committee Report: South End Action Group

    An update from Russ Scully, Committee Chair, on the recent work of the South End Action Group: The South End Action Group met three times in the fourth quarter of 2015. The focus of these meetings was around the planning and support of the Champlain Valley Parkway, planBTV South End, and the Railyard Enterprise project. […]

  • City Council Approves Downtown Parking & Transportation Plan

      On December 21st, City Council unanimously voted to adopt the Downtown Parking & Transportation plan. The plan represents more than two years of close collaboration between the Department of Public Works (DPW), the Community & Economic Development Office (CEDO), and the Burlington Business Association (BBA) and represents a new attempt to approach downtown parking […]