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Good Morning Oregon City
Wednesday October 1
7:30 am - 9:00
Nebbiolo Wine Bar & Market
800 Main St
Remember - metered parking begins at 8:00 am
Next Chamber After Hours
Thursday, October 16
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Location to be announced
Ballots are in the mail for Chamber Board
See the Voter's Guide
Ballots are due in the office
by 5:00 pm Friday,
November 4, 2014 Elections
The Oregon City Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has completed their endorsements for local candidates and the Clackamas Community College Bond, Measure 3-447.
Click the links below for more information.
Candidate Endorsements - Press Release
Video - Candidates Forum, September 4, 2014
Bond Measure Fact Sheet, CCC
Saturday, October 4, 2014
End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
1726 Washington St
$5 per person, children under 5 Free,
$20 family of four or more
Pumpkin Launch, Scavenger Hunt, Kid's Zone, Horse Demonstration, Live Entertainment,
Interpretive Center admission included.
Business Showcase Application
Food Vendor Application
Visiting Oregon City?
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Moving Your Business to Oregon City
Economic Development in Oregon City covers a wide variety of topics, but the primary goal is to provide information that can help recruit and assist businesses that are interested in locating or expanding in
City of Oregon City Business Toolkit
City-Data for Oregon City
Please contact Eric Underwood, Economic Development Manager, at 503-496-1552 for any questions about opportunities in Oregon City.
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Willamette Falls Legacy Project: How do you envision public space along the river to view Willamette Falls? What economic opportunities would you create on the former Blue Heron site? How can we honor the history and culture of the site and the Falls? See the website for the latest news.
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