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

Berkeley Olive Grove

Berkeley Olive Grove not only produces award-winning olive oils, but they are also a historic olive grove that has been located here since 1913. This olive grove once boasted having the largest planting of Mission olives in the world. Their extra virgin olive oils consistently win Gold Medals every year. Read More...

In The News

Gallagher Reacts to Passage of State Budget

Assemblyman James Gallagher (R-Yuba City) issued the following statement in response to today’s vote on the budget deal between legislative Democrats and Governor Brown, which includes a record $138.6 billion in General Fund spending:

“For the past two years, I have been working with Senator Nielsen and my colleagues to secure a dedicated fund for overdue levee repairs. I am pleased to report that this year we were able to make it happen,” said Gallagher.

Click the link to learn more the state budget. Read more

Member Spotlight: American Legion Post 95

At its core American Legion Post 95 is here to help veterans off all kinds. They hold meetings at the Veterans Hall located at 2374 Montgomery Street at 7:00 pm on the second Thursday of every month. These meetings are open to all American Legion members and veterans who are interested in becoming members.

Click the link to learn more about this local organization. Read more

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Upcoming Events

Butte County Olive Festival

Saturday, June 16 | 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Old Courthouse Park | Corner of Lincoln & Robinson Streets

The Olive Festival is expanding even more this year! In addition to the Olive and Olive Oil vendors offering free tastings and sales of their products, there will be craft vendors and food vendors including co-sponsors, Native Sons of the Golden West. There will be Farm Equipment on display, Belly Dancers at 11:00 and Ballet Dancers at 12:00. Drawings, Olive Souvenirs, and a History Display of the Olive Industry in Butte County. Tours of the Ehmann Home, "The House that Olives Built" will be available by donation.
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