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To provide value to our members through advocacy and leadership, promoting a positive environment for business, tourism, community, and education.
Pro-actively serving the needs of business and the community.
1. Strengthen the economy of the Chamber area
2. Represent Business’s Interests
3. Taking Political Action
4. Promoting Business
5. Providing Networking Options
In a recent survey, Chamber members prioritized our strategic objectives. They determined that our priorities are
1. Promoting Business
2. Promoting the Community
3. Providing Networking Opportunities
4. Promoting the Visitor Experience
5. Strengthen the Local Cconomy
6. Represent Business’s Interests to Government
7. Taking Political Action
Each of the Chamber’s programs and services is designed specifically to fit within these objectives.
Sunsational The Dalles
This is a small town that works. One of the top up-and-coming towns inthe US in 2008 according to Men’s Journal.
A town of hard working people who come together to make extraordinary things happen. Things like:
Building our Q-Life 18-mile fiber optic loop
Recruiting Google to locate here
Constructing a 9-mile waterfront trail for running, walking, cycling
Renewing our historic downtown business district
A town that has fun at its annual Cherry Festival, and laughs at each other with our annual lip-sync contest.
Located along the banks of the mighty Columbia River, just 84 miles east of Portland, The Dalles is the eastern gateway to the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area.
Our 300 days of sun nurtures bountiful agricultural products, including world-renowned cherries, grapes and wheat.
Cyclists, geocachers, hikers, hunters, fishers, history buffs and wine aficionados are discovering our area.
Steeped in history and culture, the area served as a center of Native American trade for 10,000 years. Lewis & Clark camped along our shores, and here pioneers on the Oregon Trail made the decision to brave the Columbia River or go overland topping Mt. Hood.
With a population of 13,045 and a service area of 85,000, The Dalles is the Gorge’s new hi-tech hotspot, home to Columbia Gorge Community College, which offers the first wind power training program in the Pacific Northwest, the Mid Columbia Medical Center with its world-class Celilo Cancer Care Center, and a thriving business community.
While Portland accumulates 37 inches of rain annually and, nearby Hood River County receives 31 inches, The Dalles receives only 14.41 inches.
Living in The Dalles is simply sunsational!