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The McKenzie Station Restaurant and Bar is now delivering

is open for Take Out service Wednesday – Sunday  11:30 am  – 7:00 pm.  They are also making deliveries from Blue River to Belknap for a $ 5.00 fee for the driver. Call ahead for orders 541-822-6066 Thanks

Correction to tax information

Secretary of State Corporation Division 255 Capitol St. NE, Suite 151 Salem OR 97310 sos.oregon.gov/Business Contact: Corporation.Division@oregon.gov Correction to tax information In an email sent out late afternoon on 3/26/2020, the Corporation Division provided a number of Coronavirus-related resources. We made a mistake in that email, specifically with regard to the changed tax […]

Resources for Business

Secretary of State Corporation Division 255 Capitol St. NE, Suite 151 Salem OR 97310 sos.oregon.gov/Business Contact: Corporation.Division@oregon.gov Resources for Business Our office is working directly with businesses seeking answers and resources during the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to address some of the questions being asked, we’re providing this Frequently Asked Question sheet. […]


Hello Everyone, Lane County, the City of Springfield, the City of Eugene and Community Lending Works have come together to create a Small Business Emergency Loan Fund (SBELF) to help our local businesses weather this storm. Funds are limited at this time and will be evaluated ongoing. Eligible businesses include those with […]

Cycle Oregon 2019 Dancing in the Rain at Tokatee

Cycle Oregon came to our beautiful McKenzie River Valley, September 9, 2019. A big THANK YOU to all of our community volunteers and the South Eugene’s girls basketball team who made Cycle Oregon a successful and fun filled event. I believe we had over one hundred volunteers at different sites during the two day event. 2000 cyclists gathered

Feature Article Highlights the McKenzie River Experience

A new article has just been published in Free For All News that highlights the wealth of events and activities that are happening in the McKenzie River Valley. Jonnie Helfrich and Marilyn Cross were interviewed for the article, which covers everything from rafting and fishing to the new McKenzie History Highway panels […]

The Christmas Tree in the capitol will come from Oregon this year!

  The “People’s Tree” will make cross-country journey from Oregon to Washington D.C. Every year a different National Forest is selected to provide a tree to appear on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol for the Christmas season. This year, the Willamette National Forest, in partnership with nonprofit agency Choose Outdoors […]

Meet our Members: Patsy’s Stage Stop an article by Chere Estrin

We visited Patsy Wilson, of Patsy’s Stage Stop. Hearing her recall the story of her successful restaurant reminds us how much hard work, community support and good food has made her a treasured landmark here on the McKenzie. “When I first got this place, it was eight hours a day, six days […]

Chamber Celebrates 60 Years!

60 years ago, the Chamber began as a political action group formed by local businesses and residents to fight a dam proposed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that would have formed a lake from mp 33 to mp 47.5 (Vida to Blue River). As a group of dedicated, hard working […]