Legislative Forum in Fairfield


The Fairfield Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Legislative Forum on Saturday, February 17 from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM.

Organizers say this event promises to be a cornerstone for informed dialogue on current issues affecting our region.

The upcoming forum, scheduled to take place at the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center, aims to create an environment where local stakeholders can engage in open and constructive conversations with elected officials. This pre-event announcement is a call to action for community members, business owners, and anyone with an interest in shaping the future of our region to mark their calendars and participate in this significant event.

Key features of the upcoming Legislative Forum include:

  1. Legislative Update: Elected officials will share insights on key legislative issues happening at the capital, providing attendees with a unique opportunity to understand their positions and priorities.
  2. Audience Participation: Attendees will have the chance to directly engage with panelists through a Q&A session, allowing for real-time interaction and the exchange of ideas.
  3. Networking Opportunities: The forum will offer valuable networking opportunities, bringing together diverse stakeholders to build relationships and strengthen community connections.

The Fairfield Area Chamber of Commerce is committed to facilitating a robust and inclusive discussion that reflects the voices and concerns of our community. As we look forward to this event, we invite all interested parties to join us and contribute to the dialogue that will shape the future of our region. These forums will again be topic-based. The topics are chosen based on what the legislators are working on. The topics will be announced in Chamber Chatter, the weekly e-newsletter from the Chamber. Sign up on: www.FairfieldIowa.com.

Legislators attending will be:

 Iowa Senator Representative Adrian Dickey

 Iowa House Representative Jeff Shipley

 Iowa House Representative Helena Hayes

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