Albany is a sweet little town blessed with a wonderful combination of mom-and-pop shops and modern boutiques — one rich in diversity — a beautiful, sane, and generous place…

Come home to Albany — a place where the sun shines at just the right angle, the merchants are happy to see you, and everyone will give you the time of day…

Events

Art Walk

April 19, 2014, 5:30pm - 9pm
Art events and receptions, Saturday evening up and down Solano Avenue.  Put on your walking shoes and explore the arts our community offers.  The website, www.solanoartwalk.com, includes a schedule of events and a downloadable map of galleries.

Albany Town Hall

April 23, 2014, 7pm - 8:30pm
This is a special Town Hall hosted by our elected officials and focusing on Albany. Come and hear what impacts the Federal State County and City budgets and legislations have on Albany. Attending will be Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Assemblymember Nancy Skinner, County Supervisor Keith Carson, and Albany Mayor Peggy Thomsen.

Wednesday, April 23, 7-8:30 pm, Veterans ...

STATE OF THE CITY

April 30, 2014, 5:30pm - 7pm
What’s going on in Albany? What are the challenges facing our City departments?
New City Manager, Penelope Leach, will be presenting her first State of the City, and City Department heads will also report to us on their successes, challenges and the outlook for the next year.

An Albany Chamber of Commerce annual event. Thank you to our event sponsor, Danie...

The Albany Chamber of Commerce is a purely local organization with the mission to support and promote Albany businesses — a mission it has been carrying out in Albany for more than 75 years.

The Albany Chamber of Commerce is not a member of, a supporter of, chartered by, or in any other way linked to the National Chamber of Commerce — except in the obvious way that both organizations use the name “Chamber of Commerce.” The name “Chamber of Commerce” does not have any special or official significance.

The Albany Chamber of Commerce does not support the anti-environmental or anti-small business policies of the State and National Chambers of Commerce.  It receives no financial support from those organizations.  Albany Chamber members dues are spent solely in our community.