We pursue projects that will improve the educational system for all who live here.
Developing and advocating for policies and practices that will restore the State of Illinois to fiscal stability.
Developing and driving initiatives that promote technological innovation in the Chicago region.
Through these efforts we work to solidify and enhance Chicago’s position as a global transportation hub.
Our leaders are committed to solving the key issues facing the region.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,
President and Chief Executive Officer,
Civic Committee of the Commercial Club of Chicago
Civic Committee in the News
P33's new directors range from startup to Fortune 500 executives, with the goal to elevate Chicago's tech game.
During a hurried session, Legislature can't fairly consider the merits of elected Chicago school board or union rights bills
It’s no secret that Illinois’ finances are in big trouble. And yet, there is no comprehensive plan to get the state’s finances under control.
Regional leaders want John Catanzara to resign following remarks on the Jan. 6 Capitol riot
The passage of a sweetened pension deal for Chicago firefighters neatly captures our current predicament.
A three-year pilot program cuts fares in half on the Metra Electric and Rock Island Lines. It also increases the hours and frequency of Pace’s Halsted 352 route.
Since our founding in 1983 by the Commercial Club of Chicago, we have been committed to making our region a better place for everyone to live, work, and do business. We’re passionate about bringing out the best in the region for the benefit of all who live here.
While our priorities have evolved over time, we remain focused on the issues that support the region’s vitality.