January 4, 2021

December 17, 2020

Testimonial – Why Join the Leander Chamber?

2020-12-17T15:46:38-06:00
“I wish I had joined the Leander Chamber of Commerce when I first moved to Leander.  I had no idea how many contacts I would make and how helpful the Chamber is to local businesses.  Not only did my business benefit from the exposure but I am able to rely on businesses within the chamber for most of my own business needs.  I like being able to “shop and buy” local.  I trust the businesses that are listed in the Chamber and love being able to refer my own clients to many of those businesses.  The Chamber provides a real sense of community but still retains that small town appeal that drew most of us to this area.  The […]
Testimonial – Why Join the Leander Chamber?2020-12-17T15:46:38-06:00

November 4, 2020

Big news for Northline!

2020-11-04T15:16:37-06:00

Northline has announced its first retail anchor tenant. The HUB, a nationally re-nowned food, beverage and entertainment venue, will soon become your favorite spot to eat, drink, shop, listen to live music and more. With an events lawn, covered lounge furniture and picnic tables, stage, jumbotron and covered pavilion, The HUB will become Leander’s premier family-friendly destination to grab a bite with friends, catch the big game or enjoy an outdoor concert – all in one central location. While The HUB’s architecture and design, restaurants and shops will be unique to Leander, its original locale can be found near the beach on scenic Highway 30A in the Seaside, FL area.

“The HUB encapsulates everything Northline represents,” said Alex Tynberg, Owner […]

Big news for Northline!2020-11-04T15:16:37-06:00

October 15, 2020

$1 Billion Project: Leander Springs Announced Today

2020-10-15T16:44:48-05:00

Leander partners on proposed $1 billion development
featuring full-service hotel and 4-acre crystalline lagoon

LEANDER, TEXAS —

On Thursday, Mayor Troy Hill announced the city’s partnership with Leander Springs
LLC to develop Leander Springs, a 78-acre mixed use project with retail, restaurants, entertainment,
hospitality, office, and residential components located at the southwest corner of FM 2243 and 183A.
Expectations are that a fully developed Leander Springs could be valued at $1 billion.

As part of an economic development agreement with Leander Springs LLC, the city approved up to $22
million in performance-based tax incentives for the project, which promises to construct a 4-acre
crystalline lagoon powered by Crystal Lagoons® technology and surrounded by 10 acres of boardwalk
and related amenities. The Public […]

$1 Billion Project: Leander Springs Announced Today2020-10-15T16:44:48-05:00

July 23, 2020

Welcome to Tesla, and how it could impact Leander.

2020-07-23T17:45:29-05:00
The analysis says that Tesla’s location could open the door for other industry companies and businesses to relocate — in addition to encouraging relocations and expansions.

Bridget Brandt, President & CEO

The new Tesla Gigafactory, set to be located in eastern Travis County, will be one of the world’s largest and most advanced automotive plants and will bring an estimated $1 billion in capital investment to the region.

“Tesla’s decision to locate its newest Gigafactory in Austin will expand and enhance our innovative culture while also providing new and exciting career opportunities for all segments of our Central Texas workforce,” said Opportunity Austin Chair Gary Farmer. “The company’s […]

Welcome to Tesla, and how it could impact Leander.2020-07-23T17:45:29-05:00

Getting the Most Out of Your Membership

2020-07-06T12:23:56-05:00

After starting his brand new business in 2012, Steve Reilly of ReillyCo Advertising asked himself questions like, “Where should I spend my resources?” and “How much time do I have to devote?”

After deciding to join the Leander Chamber in 2013, though Leander was small and much fewer members than the Austin Chamber that he had previously been involved in, Reilly recognized the “vision or ‘mojo’” Leander had for the future of business and supporting members.

Flash forward 7 years, Reilly’s advice for how to get the most out of your membership begins with setting a realistic goal of what you expect to bring to the chamber. He believes “you have to give to get” and the key to networking is about […]

Getting the Most Out of Your Membership2020-07-06T12:23:56-05:00

June 30, 2020

May 22, 2020

Leander tops Census Bureau list of fastest-growing large U.S. cities from 2018-19

2020-05-22T10:22:02-05:00
From 2018-19, Leander was the fastest-growing large city in the U.S., according to data made public late May 20 by the U.S. Census Bureau.

From July 1, 2018, to July 1, 2019, Leander’s population grew by 12% to 62,208 residents, according to census data.

Bridget Brandt, president and CEO of the Leander Chamber of Commerce, listed several reasons for Leander’s list-topping growth.

“Because Leander is simply amazing,” she said. “We have a great cost of living, an incredible variety of home options, an amazing school district, incredible health care and Hill Country views. It really can’t be beat.”

Leander was joined […]

Leander tops Census Bureau list of fastest-growing large U.S. cities from 2018-192020-05-22T10:22:02-05:00

Making sure you use your PPP properly.

2020-05-21T14:32:21-05:00

The PPP Forgiveness Application.

Q. What should I do first once I have the funds?

A. We are recommending that you set up a separate bank account with only those funds entering and leaving it.  This will allow you to easily track your expenses and how they were utilized.

 

The following Q&A is provided by .

 

Q. Assuming I properly received PPP funds, what can I spend it on?

A. The allowable uses of PPP loan funds are as follows:

  • 75% of the PPP loan funds must be used for payroll costs for U.S. resident employees (salaries are capped at $100,000 per employee),
  • The remaining 25% may be spent on:
    • Costs related to the continuation of group health care benefits during periods of paid […]
Making sure you use your PPP properly.2020-05-21T14:32:21-05:00

Wilco Forward COVID-19 Small Business Grant Program

2020-05-06T10:44:18-05:00
Williamson County has launched Wilco Forward, a grant program funded through the approximately $93 million the County received from the CARES Act and pursuant to Texas Local Government Code Ch 381.
Applications will be accepted starting at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 6, 2020. The deadline for applications for Phase 1 is June 30, 2020.
In Phase 1 of Wilco Forward, the County has set aside $25 million for grants to Williamson County small businesses impacted by COVID-19. The maximum amount any business can receive is $30,000. Grants will be processed and funded in order received […]
Wilco Forward COVID-19 Small Business Grant Program2020-05-06T10:44:18-05:00
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