Your Oroville Chamber of Commerce has been and is involved in organizing activities. This has included the Ice Fishing Derby, bringing a circus to town, Trunk or Treat, fireworks at Deep Bay, and the Lake Osoyoos Cup Jet Sport Races. Future projects will be listed here.

We have also worked with Oroville City Hall, The Oroville Initiative, and the Oroville Booster Club and that will continue.

Monthly Meeting Notice

The Oroville Chamber of Commerce monthly meetings are held at the Umpqua Bank. These meetings are convened on the second Tuesday of each month until further notice.

2023 Chamber Activities:

2023 City Wide Yard Sale!

2023 Lake Osoyoos Cup Races!

Dean Brazle, WWII Veteran, to be Fêted on Independence Day

OCOC Independence Day Celebrations will honor Oroville’s only known surviving World War 2 veteran Dean Brazle with a parade of Oroville Fire Trucks and Police cars that will cruise up Main Street to Deep Bay Park. Dean, who turns 97 on July 4, will be conveyed to the park to enjoy the fireworks and pagentry. The parade will begin at 8:30. The Chamber willl also be selling hamburgers and hotdogs as part of a fundraiser. Donations can be made by contacting Shelly Roberts or Peggy Shaw (Umpqua Bank) at 509-476-3603 or by mailing a check to Oroville Wa Chamber, PO Box 626, Oroville, WA 98844. Donations can also be made at the Deep Bay Park event.

Independence Day Fireworks at Deep Bay Park

Oroville City-Wide Spring Yard Sale


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Annual Ice Fishing Festival

Royalty Selection Night

Oroville May Festival Royal Court Selection Night