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On May 4th, the East Metro Economic Alliance hosted the East Metro Economic Prosperity Fourm.  Jarvez Hall, Executive Director for EMEA, will share the happenings and outcomes of the forum.

The East Metro Economic Alliance (EMEA) is shaping the future of East Metro through economic advocacy by bringing together business and government leaders from East Portland, Fairview, Gresham, Troutdale, and Wood Village. EMEA builds consensus and promotes action on issues vital to the economic development and livability of the region.

The East Metro Economic Alliance (EMEA) is a non-profit organization comprised of approximately forty area businesses, chambers of commerce, and public agencies working together to shape the future of East Metro through economic advocacy. Membership meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month and feature presentations from guest speakers on current issues affecting the region. The meetings, which include a catered lunch, start at 11:30 a.m. in the Council Chamber of Fairview City Hall, located at 1300 NE Village St, Fairview OR 97024. See the Calendar page for more information.

EMEA has identified the following focus areas as essential to achieving its mission:

  • Transportation: EMEA will advocate for transportation improvements that move people and good efficiently, strengthen our economy and support our quality of life.
  • Land Use: EMEA will advocate for land use polices and program that promote sustainability and the long-term prosperity of the region, including an adequate supply of industrial and shovel-ready lands.
  • Education & Workforce Development: EMEA will advocate for programs which develop a more efficient, integrated method of preparing skilled workers to the employers who need them.
  • Business Environment: When policy discussions and changes are considered, EMEA will advocate for regulations which provide for a competitive and flexible business environment.
  • Livability: EMEA will advocate for programs which enhance community livability to attract and retain businesses and employees.

Coffee and breakfast goodies provided by CherryWood Village.

May 23 | 7:30 - 9:00 am

CherryWood Village | 1417 SE 107th Ave


June 22, 2018 8:00am Registration  | 8:30am Shotgun Start
Glendoveer Golf Course
14015 NE Glisan St | MAP

Support the Voice of East Portland by joining us for our 10th Annual Golf Tournament. Golfers can enjoy a full day on world class golf course with PRIZES for the top three teams and challenge winners.

Not a Golfer or can’t spare the whole day?

Finish your Friday networking at the Golf Awards BBQ and win amazing raffle prizes! Whether you golf all day or join us for an afternoon BBQ, you can expect to enjoy good food, great networking, a cash bar and raffle prizes. 

Please join us and support your East Portland Chamber of Commerce, a non-profit, volunteer-run organization advocating for business on the East side.

$95 per player | $355 per foursome
Price includes 18 holes of golf, golf cart, BBQ lunch & PRIZES!

Sponsorships & Raffle Prizes:
Advertise your support of the East Portland Chamber of Commerce with a Hole Sponsorship for $150 — other levels of sponsorship are still available. You can also promote your business by donating one or more raffle prizes. Please contact the chamber at 503-788-8589 if you need more info.



2018 MAGAZINE Have arrived!

We are pleased to announce the 2018-19 East Portland Chamber of Commerce Business & Community Magazine has arrived and will be available at our next AM. Be sure to pick up a supply for your business or office. The publication is a beautiful, full-color glossy keepsake magazine filled with information about East Portland including dining, shopping, entertainment, parks and gardens, health and wellness, a business directory and more.

The EPCC Magazine will also be available digitally year-round on the East Portland Chamber of Commerce website. 

This magazine is sure to help brand the East Portland Chamber, increase the visibility of member businesses and the Chamber, as well as increase membership. This will be our third annual issue.  



The mission of the East Portland Chamber of Commerce is to provide a voice for business on the Eastside. The Chamber strives to work actively with existing business associations on the Eastside and with other private and public organizations that support business growth and development. Major areas of focus for the East Portland Chamber include educational forums for small businesses, regular networking events, timely information on tax, regulatory and governmental issues impacting business, support for grand openings and business expansions, leadership development, and participation in special events. 


2017-18 epcc MAGAZINES STILL Available! click graphic to see online version:

Contact Debbie to pick up magazines. Post this graphic and link on your website today! Download 2018 rate sheet.

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