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Where Your Voice is heard

Government Roundtables

Held quarterly with local government representatives at local area businesses, these informal breakfast roundtable discussions bring together community members with elected officials to discuss issues facing our community.

The 2023 Roundtables are as follows:

    March 19 - USDA Programs

    May 28 - State Delegate Chris Head

    July 23 - Buena Vista Mayor Tyson Cooper

    November 19 - State Senator Terry Austin

**Events will be held at various locations TBD throughout Rockbridge County.  

Advocacy Agenda

The mission of the Chamber of Commerce is to strengthen businesses and the economic environment for all those who work, live, and do business in Rockbridge County. A key part of accomplishing this mission is by advocating on behalf of the business community, which we approach in a decided, intentional, and strategic manner.


We are a member of Virginia West, a coaltion of 22 local Chambers located on the Western part of the state of Virginia. We adopt a legislative agenda every year to bring our voices together to make a difference for our local businesses.

Connecting with Local Governments

Community Relations

The Lexington-Rockbridge Chamber is committed to providing superior services and solutions for the business community. Government relations, long a focus of the Chamber, has been elevated to a level of primary importance. The Chamber’s Government Relations department helps business leaders navigate government complexity, facilitate connections with elected officials and key stakeholders, and raise the collective voice of the business community at the local, state, and federal levels of government. We work to build relationships and partnerships with elected officials to drive our collective goal of advancing a thriving Lexington-Rockbridge County community.

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