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.

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Langlers WebWorks

We help small businesses engage more customers with modern, mobile-friendly websites, online video, and integrated SEO, social media, and digital marketing strategies. Learn More

In The News

Oroville City Council Declares a “Shelter Crisis” to Be Eligible for State Funds

From the Oroville MR: “The Oroville City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday to declare a “shelter crisis,” a step making the city eligible to apply for state funding to help cities battling with homelessness.”

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PG&E Oroville MPG Cleanup Project Report

The Pacific Gas & Electric Company has provided this update on the cleanup project that is continuing at the parking lot on the corner of Montgomery and Myers Streets.

Click the link below to read the full update. Read more

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Upcoming Events

Lake Oroville SRA Nature Walks

Saturdays | Meet at 7:45 am

Lake Oroville Visitor Center | 917 Kelly Ridge Road

Meet at 7:45 am on Saturdays, Return by 12 noon. Hikes are about 4 miles and not difficult. We head out to the trailhead at 8:00 am, sharp! Sept. 15 Hike from Lakeland trailhead through the old Train tunnel Sept. 22 Hike Visitor Center down to Oro Dam Boulevard, across from spillway Sept. 29 Hike Leaders day off.
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