At the confluence of the Columbia, Okanogan and Methow Rivers is the town of Brewster, Washington. The snow capped peaks of the Cascades rise to Brewster's west as their foothills roll down to the rivers' banks. Orchards surround the town as these dramatically steep hills drop toward the river creating an ideal place to grow apples and cherries. Brewster is not only at the confluence of three great rivers, but it is also at the cross-roads where goods and travelers connect to Wenatchee, Chelan, the Methow, Moses Lake, Omak, and Canada.
Nestled at the base of Chief Joseph Dam on the Columbia River, Bridgeport’s main area industry is agriculture with apple and cherry orchards in and around the City. Outside of the City wheat fields are prevalent.
The Cottage Avenue Historic District features early 1900s-era Craftsman bungalow homes, lined with picket fences and shaded by the many mature trees that earns Cashmere the official designation, “Tree City USA.”
Since 1999, GWATA (the Greater Wenatchee Area Technology Alliance) has served as the region’s tech alliance, championing growth and development in North Central Washington. As a 501(c)3, GWATA’s mission is to bring people and technology resources together to create a thriving community while supporting entrepreneurs and STEM education
The Lake Chelan Chamber of Commerce exists to drive economic growth through leadership, advocacy, and promotion that enhances the quality of life in the Lake Chelan Valley. They support local business businesses by advocating for small business at all levels of government, providing social networking opportunities among members, publishing communications that highlight members and community issues, and offering business education opportunities.
The NCWEDD is responsible for regional economic development strategy and planning and colaborates with various private and public agencies to accomplish this goal. The NCWEDD brings togehter the private and public sectors in a partnership necessary to provide a coordinated strategy and an ongoing economic development program for the region.
Oroville offers beauty and recreation, a rural location that's perfect for relaxing of all types and a community atmosphere that invites you to visit for awhile. From our easy access to the Canadian Border to our rich mining history, our rivers and trails, amazing Lake Osoyoos to our modern conveniences and lovely B&B’s, Oroville invites visitors to come and relax. Visit Oroville…stay awhile!
The Tonasket Chamber of Commerce is a part of the community which facilitates business and community growth by sponsoring area activities and functions. We are here to support community growth and development by promoting civic, social and cultural programs designed to increase functional and aesthetic values of the community.
The mission of the Center for Entrepreneurship at Wenatchee Valley College is to assist existing and future entrepreneurs by providing a one-stop access point for regional resources in training, business development, networking and doing business in North Central Washington.
The Town of Waterville, a sunny oasis in North Central Washington State, lies on US Highway 2 about half way between Everett (north of Seattle) and Spokane. The community is located in wheat country along the Ice Age Floods geological trail.
The Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization that serves to represent and promote the interests of businesses in our community. We engage with community partners and offer programs to strengthen the business climate in the Valley. The Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce also serves the community by promoting our area as a destination for business, sports, and leisure travel including tournaments, competitions, trade shows, corporate meetings, and conventions to maximize additional overnight visitors, visitor expenditures, state and local tax revenues and job opportunities.
The Wenatchee Downtown Association is a non-profit organization that believes implicitly in the value of each individual's contribution, whether it be financial contributions, great ideas or hours spent volunteering. We are cheerleaders for local small businesses, defenders of our historic downtown, promoters of local culture and ringleaders of those who will help us! Explore vacant spaces in downtown Wenatchee on our website.
Winthrop a tiny old western town with antique boardwalks, great boutiques, restaurants, luxurious to cozy overnight options and every outdoor recreational pursuit you could ask for! The pristine Okanogan National Forest is our backyard and your playground. Winthrop is a year-round wonderland but in the winter is acclaimed for the continent’s largest network of cross-country ski trails. Visit on any day of the year and you are sure to have a great experience.