• City Council Candidate Forum on Livability

    We are excited to announce that we are co-hosting a City Council Candidate Forum on Livability on Wednesday, February, 20 from 6-7:30pm at the Flynnspace at 153 Main Street. We hope our membership will take advantage of this opportunity to hear from City Council candidates as Town Meeting Day 2019 gets closer. This event is […]

  • 2019 BBA Dinner & Awards April 4th

    Our biggest party of the year is back! The 2019 BBA Dinner and Awards is set for Thursday, April 4th at the Hilton. While the theme for this year’s dinner is still being kept as a closely guarded secret, we can promise another festive evening of food, drinks and fun with fellow Burlington business people. […]

  • Alex Bunten Named Special Projects Manager

    The Burlington Business Association (BBA) is pleased to announce the hiring of Alex Bunten as special projects manager. Taking over from Derik Wrightson, Bunten will work closely with key stakeholders and the City of Burlington to improve the parking and transportation dynamics in the Queen City. The BBA was formed in 1978 to help advance the […]

  • Street Ambassadors Support Welcoming Environment Downtown

    This holiday season the Burlington Business Association, in close collaboration with the Church Street Marketplace has created the street ambassador team. Recognized by their bright yellow jackets from Chocolate Thunder Security, the ambassadors will be present downtown this holiday season, working to ensure visitors have an inviting, informed and safe visit to Burlington “It’s a […]

  • Brad Segal Discusses Downtown’s Future

    On Thursday, October 18th, Contois Auditorium was the setting for a presentation and discussion with Brad Segal of Progressive Urban Management Associates (PUMA). Brad was on hand to present his findings and recommendations after months of research on Burlington’s downtown improvement district. In collaboration with the City of Burlington, we have contracted with PUMA to […]

  • Pop Up Parklet Debuts on College Street

    A new type of tactical urbanism will be on display in Burlington this week, with the installation of a parklet on College Street outside of Onyx Tonics and Deli 126. The pop up project is a collaboration between the BBA and AARP Vermont. Pop up Parklets are becoming a popular feature of communities around the […]


 

We Help Local Business Thrive in Burlington, VT

The BBA advocates on behalf of Burlington’s business community. Our alliance of more than 260 diverse businesses shares the goal of stewarding and promoting Burlington’s economic vitality.

The BBA focuses on issues that directly impact Burlington businesses:

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