Small Town Charm,
Diverse Business Economy
Small Town Charm,
       Diverse Business Economy
Small Town Charm,
Diverse Business Economy


While you are busy running your business or organization, the Chamber is on your side—improving the business climate in the Oroville area. Learn more


We Strive to connect our members with a variety of resources to unite with other businesses, cultivate current relationships, and help keep your business up-to-date with changing business trends and policies. Learn more


The promotion of our members and our community is paramount to building a thriving place where everyone can work, live and play! Learn more

Who We Are and What We Do.



The duty of the Oroville Area Chamber of Commerce is to create powerful partnerships to unite and grow member businesses. It is our business to help your business succeed.

Since the 1890's, the Oroville Chamber continues to open doors to the area's business community by offering access to many benefits, from information to networking to business opportunities by focusing on three main areas: Member Services; Economic, Community, and Workforce Development; and Public Policy. The Oroville Chamber provides uncommon value to our members by offering the tools necessary to help ensure your business' success.

Member Spotlight
Featured Member

Tri-L Mandarin Ranch

To ensure the ripest, best-tasting fruit we can deliver, we don't pick our delicious Satsuma mandarins until you place your order, because we believe the fruit holds its unbelievable flavor best when kept on the trees in our family orchard. We do not artificially color, ripen, sweeten or refrigerate our fruit. Read More...

In The News

LaMalfa Accepting Submissions for the 2018 Congressional High School Art Competition

Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) is accepting submissions for the 2018 Congressional High School Art Competition. The theme for this year’s competition is based off the song America the Beautiful.

Deadline for submissions: May 1.

Click the link to learn more. Read more

On-Call Fire Crews Being Recruited on the Plumas National Forest

The U.S. Forest Service is recruiting for several “on-call” fire crews. “If you are confident, physically fit, crave outdoor adventure and want to take part in restoring our national forests, the Plumas National Forest needs your skills,” said Forest Supervisor Daniel Lovato.

Click the link if you are interested in applying. Read more

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Upcoming Events

2018 Annual Dinner "Re-Imagining Oroville"

Thursday, March 22, 2018 - At 6:0o pm

Gold Country Casino & Hotel Event Center - 4020 Olive Highway, Oroville, CA

Tickets - $75 per person, $525 for a Table of 8

Join the Oroville Chamber of Commerce and Oroville Economic Alliance as we celebrate the accomplishments of the past year and continue our efforts toward "Re-imagining Oroville" as a community of purpose, prosperity, and momentum.

First Annual Arbor Day Festival

Saturday, March 24 - 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Union Square Market - 1305 Myers Street

Come join the fun! Oroville Botanic Garden and Educational Center presents their Arbor Day Celebration. There will be 20 booths of information and vendors. Learn about Arbor Day, the benefits of trees, Luther Burbank (agricultural pioneer), birds and wildlife. During the day we will have education and raffles.
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