Chamber News

At the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce it’s our priority to keep our members informed of any current legislation, member calls to action and upcoming events and programs. If you have any questions about current news please call 541-672-2648. To see all upcoming events Click Here

Reserve Your Seats For Roseburg Chamber 66th Annual Awards Dinner

Make your reservations for the 66th Annual Awards Dinner on Thursday, January 23, 2020

Click here to purchase tickets online or you may Download Flyer and return with payment to the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 1026, Roseburg, OR 97470

And, the 2019 Nominees are...

For Small Business of the Year:

Handyman Hardware

Knudtson’s Jewelers

Wintergreen Nursery


For Medium Business of the Year:

Douglas County Farmer’s Co-op

Riverview Terrace

Timber Country Coca-Cola


For Large Business of the Year:

Evergreen Family Medicine

Sherm’s Thunderbird Market

Swanson Group


Business of the year honorees along with First Citizens and other recognitions, will be announced at the chamber’s awards dinner on Thursday, January 23, 2020. Tickets go on sale ONLINE on December 20, 2019.

Get Your 2020 Season Luncheon Passes Now

Never RSVP for another chamber luncheon, Click Here for season passes

February Membership Luncheon

Get your tickets now for the chamber’s February membership luncheon. Click here to purchase tickets online.

Member to Member Discount Program 2020

It’s great to be a Roseburg Area Chamber member! Why? Because we work, live and do business in the same community with one common goal. “To see businesses succeed!” We can accomplish this together by offering member-to-member discounts. To offer member-to-member discounts in 2020 please download the form below or call (541) 672-2648 Ext. 23

Shop Chamber & Save 2020 Discount Agreement

Chamber Opposes South Umpqua Scenic Waterway Designation Study

Chamber Commencing Comprehensive Business Retention & Expansion (BR&E) Study in Fall of 2019

In order to better serve our business members and all businesses in Douglas County, the chamber is undertaking a comprehensive BR&E study this fall. Results from the survey will definitely show what needs to be done now and in the future to ensure our businesses have the resources, talent, infrastructure and whatever else they need to grow. Strong businesses mean a strong community.


The Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce is committed to working with our businesses, local governments and other partners to help grow a strong local economy. If you’re business is interested in participating, and willing to be interviewed….please say “Yes”… in our BR&E study, please let us know! Count me in!

Chamber Launches New Website

After months…but what felt like years…the chamber launched its new website. The new RACC website was developed to better serve our members and the local business community, as well as local citizens, visitors and individuals and businesses looking to relocate to beautiful Douglas County.


Members will now have member-only access to resources, information and opportunities offered by the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce. Resources and information the chamber expect to only grow with time.


The new website also give the chamber a perfect opportunity to tell its story. Our history, our leadership, what we stand for and how hard we fight to protect and represent the interests of our local businesses, are front and center on the new site. Check it out!

Chamber Responds to City RFP for Visitor Services/Destination Promotion

As an advocate and in support of our local hospitality and tourism industries, the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce submitted a proposal in response to the city of Roseburg’s RFP for visitor services and destination promotion.

For a look at the chamber’s complete proposal for services…Click Here.

Chamber Opposes HB 2020 . . . and More!

Your Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce joined with Douglas County businesses, chambers of commerce, the Oregon State Chamber of Commerce and business organizations across the state to opposed HB 2020, Cap and Trade legislation. The chamber joined opposition coalitions and submitted written testimony opposing the bill from early on in the legislative session.

The RACC took a position on many pieces of legislation it felt impacted local business during the 2019 session. For more information….Click Here.