The Westfield Chamber is an active member of the Hamilton County Business Issues Committee (HCBIC). Along with each representing Chamber, HCBIC serves as the voice of the Hamilton County business community. With countywide business representation, this committee prepares an annual business agenda that is presented to local legislators. During the annual sessions of the Indiana General Assembly, the HCBIC organizes third house sessions that offer the business community time to interact with legislators. In addition to meeting throughout the year for the purposes of staying in tune with the legislative climate the HCBIC organizes and presents informational sessions, candidate forums, and legislative receptions.

2015 Legislative Breakfast Series
7:30 - 9:a.m.
The Mansion at Oak Hill ~ 5801 E. 116th Street ~ Carmel, IN 46032 

Dates:    January 11
              February  8
              March 8
              April 12         

Register by calling 317.804.3030 or emailing


Hamilton County Business Issues Committee

The Hamilton County Business Issues Committee includes representatives from the five Hamilton County Chambers and advocates on issues of importance to local businesses and the community. The committee develops an annual legislative agenda that defines positions and recommends actions on issues that impact businesses in Hamilton County.

Legislative Breakfasts are held in January, February, March and APril to provide information on current legislative issues and to offer an opportunity to meet local legislators. A Fall Education Forum and Legislative Preivew are held in November and December. 

2013 Indiana Legislature - Hamilton County representatives 

Jim Buck –
Mike Delph –
Luke Kenley –
Jim Merritt –
Scott Schneider –  

House of Representatives
Brian Bosma – District 88 –
Steve Braun – District 24 –
Todd Huston – District 37 –
Kathy Richardson – District 29 –
Jerry Torr – District 31 –
Eric Turner – District 32 – 

2013 Hamilton County Business Issues Committee Agenda

Transportation & Transit






Property Tax Reform



Economic Development