Advocacy

COVID19 – Resources for Business

*This post will be regularly updated The BBA, in partnership with the Church Street Marketplace and CEDO are working to compile and continually update COVID-19 resources for businesses.  Below is a list of these broken down by city, local, state, and federal resources. H/T to the Church Street Team for their great work on much […]

Jennifer Morrison Confirmed as Interim Police Chief

The Burlington City Council unanimously approved the appointment of Jennifer Morrison as interim Police Chief at last night’s city council meeting. Morrison previously served as Chief of Police in Colchester from 2013 until 2018 and before that was a member of the Burlington Police Department from 1990 until 2013.  “My first week or two is […]

City of Burlington Credit Rating Upgraded to Highest in 10 Years

Mayor Weinberger announced Monday that Moody’s Investors Services has upgraded the City of Burlington’s credit rating two steps from “A2” to “Aa3”. This is the first time in 10 years the City has received a Double A rating.  From 2009 to 2012 the City was downgraded multiple times, eventually falling to just one step above […]

Recaping the 2019 BTV Housing Summit

Last week, Mayor Weinberger and city officials hosted a housing summit at City Hall. The summit featured an afternoon-long working meeting with breakout sessions as well as an evening town hall and delved into Burlington’s housing challenges, opportunities, and key topics for policy reforms. Kelly and Colin of the BBA were both in attendance and […]

40th Anniversary Impact Report

BBA Membership Has Impact. And we want to tell you about it. To celebrate the Burlington Business Association’s 40th anniversary we’ve captured the impact that together BBA members have made on Burlington. We also take a look at what lies ahead. We work hard every day on behalf of the business community. Our team of […]

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 […]

College Street Holiday Stroll, December 7th

College Street Holiday Stroll Debuts December 7th

College Street businesses have teamed up to create a festive afternoon of music, food, drinks, and prizes to celebrate downtown Burlington’s fantastic local businesses this Friday, December 7th from 4pm-8pm. Adding to holiday cheer will be the return of winters lights on downtown sidestreets. The winter lights create a warm, welcoming environment on the street […]

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 […]

Mayor Weinberger Announced his plan to improve Lake Champlain water quality.

Mayor Unveils Clean Water Resiliency Plan for Lake Champlain

Yesterday, Thursday September 20th, Mayor Weinberger announced the Clean Water Resiliency Plan. The plan is a seven-point, $30 million initiative to stabilize, modernize, and upgrade Burlington’s wastewater and stormwater infrastructure in an effort to protect Lake Champlain. Voters will have their say on the plan in November. PRESS RELEASE: Mayor Miro Weinberger Announces 7-Point Clean […]