Tri-County Chamber of Commerce : Your Gateway to Rural Oregon.

Our communities lie about 25 minutes between the college cities of Eugene and Corvallis, making them ideal places to enjoy all the advantages of raising a family in a small-town environment, while at the same time being near two university cities.

All three communities are within a 10 minute or less drive from each other and share a common market area, yet each community retains its own distinctive advantages and personality.

It is the purpose of our Chamber to assist visitors, residents, and those relocating here with information about us and to help them discover goods, services, and opportunities available.

If you don’t find what you’re looking for on our site please don’t hesitate to contact our office by phone or e-mail and we’ll do our best to help you.

That’s what our Chamber is all about!

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Saturday May 12th

Our Communities

Junction City

If you’re going to be visiting us or are thinking of relocating here you’ll find a lot to like. On the one hand, we enjoy the advantages of living in a small town of 5,400. Historic, older neighborhoods with tree-lined charm mingle with well-planned newer developments.  Families like to take advantage of our municipal swimming pool and seven parks; not to mention the spacious soccer field area between the elementary and middle school.

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Greetings from the City of Harrisburg, home of 3,000 friendly citizens! Bordered along the beautiful Willamette River, Harrisburg is the perfect compromise between rural and urban America. Located near the I-5 corridor, it is approximately 25 miles from the larger cities of Eugene, Albany and Corvallis. An hour and a half drive to the north is the Portland metropolitan area, to the west is the amazing Oregon coast…

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With the charm of a small rural community yet close access to larger population centers, the community of Monroe has about 600 residents and is the smallest incorporated city in the Tri-County region. Having settlers as early as the 1850’s, Monroe was born as a homesteading center, timber town, and a minor river port. With a history of agriculture and trees, today you will see thousands of acres of local hillsides covered with Christmas Trees…

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