Join the Chamber of Commerce
Grow your business, help the Gales Creek valley thrive!
Monthly meetings with other business members in Gales Creek, where we plan events, connect with our community, and grow our businesses.
Online business listings, free display of brochures and fliers at area events. Including the Gales Creek Bazaar, the Strawberry Festival, and much more!
Education and business development opportunities. Past topics have included: Business tax presentations, downtown revitalization, and different ways of incorporating your small business.
About the Chamber
Still not sold on joining?
The area served by the Gales Creek Chamber of Commerce consists of the underrepresented areas west of Forest Grove, in the general vicinity of the Gales Creek valley, and near Highways 8 and 6. Membership is also open to business owners who operate outside of the area, but reside in or have a strong connection to the Gales Creek area.
We've helped run with our community partners. The Strawberry Festival, the community garage sale, and more.
Gales Creek Businesses
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Board of Directors
At our September 15 monthly meeting, we passed a motion to establish a strategic plan for the Gales Creek Chamber of Commerce to focus and aid in our mission to help the Gales Creek community. However, we need your help! We’re hoping to gain input in what the community of Gales Creek would like to see[…]
At the monthly meeting on February 18th, the Gales Creek Chamber of Commerce voted unanimously to ““publicly support the initiative to establish a quilt block trail in Washington County.” This project is spearheaded by the Westside Quilters Guild, and has run into unnecessary red tape from the Washington County Department of Land Use and Transportation.[…]
Gales Creek Chamber passes motion to insist Washington County hold a public meeting in Gales Creek on proposed Gales Creek Bridge Project
March 17th 2015: The Gales Creek Chamber of Commerce voted unanimously to pass a motion to insist that “Washington County hold a public meeting in the Gales Creek community to inform residents and businesses of the Gales Creek area how the proposed Gales Creek Bridge Project will impact citizens in the Gales Creek area.” Concerns[…]
This month, we are hosting a special guest, Beth Rankin. Beth is a marketer and urban planner from McMinnville. Recently, she has been leading the initiative to develop a year round indoor farmer’s market in Forest Grove. The chamber board invited her to speak for a special meeting last month, and she gave a fantastic[…]