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
An ad campaign by Penny Pritzker's P33 and World Business Chicago touts the city. Is it working?
Governor Pritzker today signed House Bill 253 into law.
The city and state can create a new narrative of transparency and fiscal restraint, move beyond annual budget crises and begin planning for the long term.
As advocates celebrate Chicago’s first-ever elected school board, some are turning their attention to the next task: fighting for noncitizens to be able to vote
The $1 trillion plan should provide money to rebuild roads and bridges, expand O'Hare, modernize Union Station, replace lead water pipes, extend the Red Line and much more.
Long known for financial instability, Illinois on Tuesday got its first credit rating upgrade in more than two decades on the strength of the state’s latest budget.
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.