Welcome from the Oroville Chamber of Commerce!

Oroville offers beauty and recreation, a rural location that's perfect for relaxing of all types and a community atmosphere that invites you to visit for awhile. From our easy access to the Canadian Border to our rich mining history, our rivers and trails, amazing Lake Osoyoos to our modern conveniences and lovely B&B’s, Oroville invites visitors to come and relax. Visit Oroville…stay awhile!

Oroville Chamber of Commerce

Strong Teamwork Promoting Business.

Mission Statement: The Chamber provides vision and leadership for Oroville and north central Okanogan County. We are committed to promote tourism, economic development and a positive business climate, resulting in stability and growth for the region.

Chamber Services: We provide our members with a vehicle to work together to accomplish the goals and objectives to further the success of their businesses and the community.

We sponsor and support: many civic events to attract customers to local businesses, assist new business prospects and new businesses to establish themselves, promote cooperation with City, County and other  regional and local governments, provide member business listings in advertising on the Internet and other local and regional brochures and publications.

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Upcoming events

    • September 24, 2019
    • (PDT)
    • June 23, 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 9 sessions
    • 314 14th St. American Legion

    Join us the fourth Tuesday at 7 pm each month for updates on Chamber activities, guest speakers, and getting to know our membership. For information on requesting to be on the agenda please email orovillechamber@orovillewashington.com with information on your business, topic and interest. We look forward to seeing you.

    Oct. 22nd Meeting will be an Okanogan County Destinations Tourism public Forum... Please join us to provide your input and learn more.

    The Okanogan Country Tourism Council is developing a county-wide Tourism Destination Master Plan. As part of the planning process, the project team will be holding workshop sessions with the public and stakeholders throughout Okanogan County. 

    The project team will be gathering input on:

    • Key tourism assets throughout the county and characteristics of these assets
    • Existing issues and problems within the current tourism network that need to be addressed by the plan
    • Strategies, ideas, and opportunities that could be explored in the plan—including needed actions and projects to promote, attract, and manage tourism and visitation throughout Okanogan Country


    • June 02, 2020
    • (PDT)
    • April 09, 2021
    • (PDT)
    • Online

    In consideration of the health and safety of our residents and volunteers, the Oroville Chamber is exploring alternative ways to bring the Big July 4th Celebration, the city’s annual Fourth of July celebration, to the community. Subscribe to this page for event updates and details as they become available.

    This community event require all of us to pitch in. This year we are working on making funding this event affordable for all. We are doing a Virtual 150 Envelope Fundraiser, to be able to finish the contract for this years fireworks. This will allow everyone to be able to participate in funding this community event, whether it is for $1 or $150 or anywhere in between. Please help us keep this tradition alive. 

    "Register" and choose your level of support.

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Partially funded by Okanogan County Lodging & Tax Fund.

Oroville Chamber of Commerce
 is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.(509) 557-5165
PO Box 2140
Oroville, WA 98844

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