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The Voice of Business

As a voice of business along the Seattle-Tacoma business Corridor, the Greater Federal Way Chamber represents 480+ businesses, employing an estimated 25,000 workers in the South Sound region.

Can you imagine a place where jobs are plentiful, education is high, transportation is accessible, and everything around you seems rich with opportunity? The Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce can. It doesn’t happen by accident. Working together with our partners, stakeholders, and elected officials, your Chamber connects you to issues that can make a difference in your future and the success of our community.

Chamber Legislative Priorities

The Chamber believes a mix of industries creates a dynamic business environment for the region and we work on behalf of members to create a prosperous economy in the greater Federal Way region. To support that work, advocacy at the Chamber is focused on transportation, workforce and education, business climate and global competitiveness, and transportation. With a regional economic development focus for the greater Federal Way area, the Chamber works with our WA District 30 representatives on these issues as outlined in our Legislative Priorities.

Economic Equity

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Other Issue Based Advocacy

The Grassroots Alliance is an initiative of the Association of Washington Business.  The Greater Federal Way Chamber is one of 100+ members in the network, focused on legislative and economic development goals of the AWB and chambers in Washington state.  AWB Legislative Priorities HERE


Business Leaders United for Workforce Partnerships, an initiative of the National Skills Coalition.  The Greater Federal Way Chamber is part of the network comprised of employers from a range of industry sectors across the nation focused on workforce skills and training.  BLU promotes inclusive, high-quality skills training policies that help build the workforce that businesses need to grow and thrive.   BLU Policy Areas HERE

Coronavirus Impact

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Homelessness Impact

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