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Vista Chamber of Commerce News

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Vista, CA –Wow, September. Is anyone else experiencing a time warp where it feels like March, September, and December all at the same time? There’s an old adage about parenthood, “The days are long but the years are short,” which I believe adequately describes the whole of 2020. But, despite the 2020 time bend, things at the Chamber are moving along. COVID-19 has provided an opportunity to evaluate our programs and operations and to put forth a strategic vision to even more fully develop as a catalyst, convener, and champion for our members and our community.

We have partnered with Oceanside and Carlsbad Chambers of Commerce on a digital advocacy platform which will allow us to better connect our members to elected officials and communicate action items quickly and easily.

Read more about it below. And, watch for an action item related to the Save Small Business coalition later this week. In October, the Chamber will host several candidate forums – most details on these to come soon!

Later this month the Vista Chamber will relocate our office from 127 Main Street to our new location at The Film Hub, 170 Eucalyptus – Suite 115. More than just a lease, we are excited to embark on a true partnership with The Film Hub and connect with the creative and innovate minds who utilize space there. To facilitate the move, our office will be closed and phones will not operate on Friday, September 18.   You can find us in our new location on Monday, September 21. We still ask that you give us a call or email to make an appointment to come by. Once we can all be together in a more regular way, we will host a mixer and celebrate our new collaboration with The Film Hub. We can’t wait for you all to see the beautiful space!

The Film Hub Vista Chamber of Commerce 170 Eucalyptus – Suite 115Vista, CA 92084
“As we stand together we become stronger as a community, and we are very happy to do that with The Vista Chamber of Commerce. We are joyful to welcome them to our co-working family here at The Film Hub. 
“Business owners put fears aside every day to do what they love. The grind is hard but the Vista Chamber is here to help in our community. We hope our facility can help them grow to the next level. As The Film Hub continues to develop a new industry in Vista, it will be great to have their help to connect content media professionals.”
Lauren Fehlhaber & Jim Ellis Founders of the The Film Hub

The Film Hub

The Film Hub Vista Chamber of Commerce 170 Eucalyptus – Suite 115 Vista, CA 92084

COVID-19 County Update

Monday, the County announced the following revisions will be made to the Public Health Order to align with the new State guidance that affect businesses and activities in San Diego County:If dining inside an indoor establishment a mask must be worn at all times except when consuming food or beverage.Require all indoor businesses who were previously closed and reopened in some capacity will need to ensure a guest sign-in, with a name and phone number, of the guests who come in.Recommend that indoor dining be prioritized to households.If you are a business or entity who is having your business posture changed as a result of the new changes, you will need to update your Safe Reopening Plan, share it with your employees, and post it for customers to review to operate under the new guidance. Blueprint for a Safer Economy available at: covid19.ca.gov San Diego businesses with questions: COVID19BusinessQuestions@sdcounty.ca.gov Listing of entities that may open under the state guidance for San Diego County: Safe Reopening

Member News

Tideline Partners Breaking Ground onTERRACE LOFTS IN VISTAConstruction is starting on a 42-unit loft-style living complex in downtown Vista’s “Arts and Culture District”. Originally scheduled for a March groundbreaking, Tideline navigated the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic to break ground this September. Terrace Lofts is expected to begin leasing at the end of 2021. To learn more about Tideline Partners visit: https://www.tidelinepartners.com/

THE RYLAN APTS are nearing completion at 100 Main Street in downtown Vista, across the street from the Vista Chamber offices. View floorplans, rental pricing and availability at https://therylanvista.com/To learn more about the builder,Streetlights Residential, Click Here.

Until Sept 5, International Day of Charity Food Drive – non-perishable items can be dropped off at Pacific Senior Communities at 760 E. Bobier, 5508 Avida Pacifica Way, and 2041 W. Vista Way.

Sat. Sept 12, 10am – 11pm – Kids in the Garden with Farmer Jones at Alta Vista Botanical Gardens.Pre-registration required at farmerjonesavbg@gmail.com or (760) 822-6824

Sat. Sept. 12 and Sun. Sept. 13 – Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum Flea Market – This is an outdoor event with vendors for the public. Call for more info: 760-941-1797 and visit ww.agsem.com

Sat. Sept 26 – I Love a Clean San Diego Coastal Clean Up
. Protect your Happy Place! Register to clean up your own neighborhood: https://cleanupday.org/

Sat. Sept 26, 6:30-7:30pm – Magical Mystery Tour Virtual Gala
 for Vista Community Clinic. All proceeds go to the VCC Covid recovery fund. Free gift with registration: Register Here

Sun, Sept 27, North County Walk to End Alzheimer’s
 – Opening Ceremony 8:30am, walk whenever you’d like. To join Scott Patterson/Edward Jones team please go to: http://act.alz.org/goto/ejscott

Oct. 10, Fall Garden Fest – Save the date for this small festival at Alta Vista Botanical Gardens

Wigs for Hope Fundraiser – 
Through the Wigs for Hope program, Tri-City Medical Center has been providing free custom wigs to women undergoing chemotherapy. Please consider a donation to keep the program going! More Information
Updates & Resources
September 3 – City of Vista Workshops – Retail during Covid – Weds, Sept 3 at 8:30Manufacturing in Age of Covid – Weds, Sept 3 at 1:30pm RSVP to sidv@strategies360.com

The Vista Press.com  News Read more about a digital advocacy platform which allows us to better connect our members to elected officials and communicate action items quickly and easily:Oceanside, Carlsbad and Vista Chambers Team Up to Enhance Business Advocacy Efforts –

SDG&E News – Visit sdge.com/BES to schedule a complimentary energy assessment to find out if your business qualifies for no- or low-cost energy efficiency upgrades.Being on the right SDG&E pricing plan can make a big difference in a business’s bottom line.

Visit sdge.com/bizplans to choose a pricing plan that best meets your needs while keeping business energy costs under control
San Diego Workforce Partnership Be one of the first to experience workforce.org/mynextmove. It’s packed with tools and information to help people: Identify career opportunities that align with your strengths and interestsFind local training programs and live job postingsConnect with services and resources to help you stand outUse labor market information to make informed training and career decisions

Vista Chamber of Commerce 127 Main Street, Vista, CA 760-726-1122 Info@vistachamber.org


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