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North Charlottesville Business Council


The Chamber North Charlottesville Business Council was established in 1998 “to promote desirable growth and development” along the US29 North Corridor “by fostering a constructive business environment in which to accomplish its goals of prosperity, expansion, and development.” The NCBC strives “to create an economic climate favorable to business, to promote the exchange of ideas between members, to support other activities to further the business success of its membership and the civic, general welfare, and the quality of life of the area.

The NCBC continues to be a leading advocate for businesses along US Route 29 – Greater Charlottesville's “main street.” Along this corridor, NCBC and the Free Enterprise Forum research demonstrated that an area that makes up less than 1% of Albemarle County's land area is home to 20,000 jobs, annually providing more than $800 million in salaries, while generating more than 40% of Albemarle County's total local tax revenues.