Baker County Service Organizations
The Baker County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Bureau is a voluntary organization of the business community. It unites business and professional individuals and firms, creating a central agency whose primary goal is improving the local business climate and building a better community.
Your local Baker County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Bureau organizes and directs the energies of those who believe that, a community worth living in is a community worth improving. The Chamber enables these people to accomplish collectively what none of them could do individually. The strength of the organization lies in attracting the greatest number of individuals creating a pool of resources from which can be drawn ideas, energy and finances.
Baker County Chamber of Commerce is comprised of people and although these people are predominantly the members of the business community, there is a place in the Chamber for all who share the desire to improve the community. The dues structure is designed to permit individuals and even the smallest businesses to be members.
The work of the Chamber is financed by the investment of the members who support it on the basis of their size and interest in the progress of the area. The Chamber is NOT a government agency. The Baker County Chamber does not receive any federal, state, county or city funding for Chamber business.
To be a part of helping our community grow and prosper because that’s good for business Call 541-523-5855, or stop into the Baker County Chamber of Commerce office at 490 Campbell Street Baker City between 8am-5pm or visit us at www.visitbaker.com.
Hours of Operation
Saturday & Sunday Closed
Monday- Friday 8:00am-5:00pm