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The Grants Pass & Josephine County Chamber of Commerce is the catalyst that enables businesses to accomplish collectively what no single business could do alone. A strong united effort gives a voice to members, provides a business environment that is both competitive and supportive and helps improve the overall health of our community. Tourism, service, retail, and manufacturing each contribute to our business community.

The Core Competencies that guide us are:

  • Programs that strengthen the local economy.
  • Promoting the community
  • Providing networking opportunities and business relationships.
  • Representing the interests of business with government.

The Chamber is involved in varied endeavors through committees and activities that have a significant impact. Business Retention and Expansion, Ambassadors, Government Affairs, Education and Membership offer opportunities for members to help realize the Chamber’s vision of vitality for our community.

The Chamber works closely with our local government agencies to ensure that a strong business environment is maintained and reinforced.

One of the most visible Chamber activities is the free Concerts in Park summer series. The concerts are held in the beautiful Riverside Park on Tuesday evenings during the summer months to present a variety of musical entertainment to give families and friends a relaxing way to spend time together as a community.


Latest News

  • Legislative Update 05/18/2015
    Review of past week (May 11 – May 15):
     
    • The May 2015 Revenue Forecast was released on Thursday, fulfilling the hopes of lawmakers and policymakers that the forecast would yield significant additional resources for K-12 and other state programs.  State Economist Mark McMullen broke the good news to a joint...
  • News Release: For OSCC May 1-8
    Review of past week (April 27 – May 1):
     
    • It was a slow week in the capitol.  Many committees were cancelled as legislators spent several additional hours in floor session voting on a backlog of legislation.  The legislature did not meet on Friday.
    •          The House passed a much watered down version...