'Lost Sierra' Promotional video including interviews with Michael Clawson from Big Fish Creations and Richard Scully from Chamber Nation. This video has been produced for Rec and Tech with kind generosity of 'Seventh Victory Imaging'. 

Realty in our Area. Brought to you by Proud Members of the Chamber of Commerce

Graeagle

Visit the downtown district of Graeagle's “little red buildings” which house the many shops and galleries that are open for everyone to enjoy. Go shopping in these quaint little buildings, where you will find everything from antiques to boutiques, gifts to galleries.

City of Portola

The City of Portola, 'The Pride of the West', is the only incorporated City in Plumas County. Their Heritage has transitioned over the years from a stage stop for early Gold Rush pioneers, to an essential rail yard and Museum for the former Western Pacific Railroad. It is now a modern community with all the amenities you desire to work, live and play in. Whatever your purpose is for visiting their wonderful City, they sincerely hope, and strive, to make your trip one that will last forever in your memories.

Click below for the Concerts in the Park Schedule for 2014

Welcome to 2014 Portola Railroad Days - August 8-10, 2014

Relocation Guide & Demographics for Plumas County

Caltrans Quickmap

For all the latest information, road conditions and breaking news in our County, click below for the Official Plumas County Website.

Mission Statement

The Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce represents the community of Eastern Plumas County located in Northern California.

The Chamber of Commerce is a domestic nonprofit corporation, It is   non-partisan, non-sectarian, and non-political.dedicated to improving   the economic, health and education environment of our community and fostering the development of business growth and prosperity.

Promoting the civic interests and general welfare of all communities in the Eastern Plumas area, in cooperation with Plumas County, Chambers of Commerce, civic, service and fraternal organizations.

Developing, encouraging, promoting and protecting the general economic and tourism interests of the Eastern Plumas area.

Member Support

Technical support for members: (855) ADD MEMBERS
(855) 233-5553

Why should I become a member of my local Chamber of Commerce?  

What does the Chamber do?  What does it have to do with making my business grow?  Do I really need another commitment?  Running a business takes all my time as it is.  If any of these thoughts resonate with you, please click on the link below to find out how the Chamber exists to serve YOU! and look at all the new benefits your membership brings to you and your business.

Ideally designed for Home Based and Small Local Businesses - No Big Checks to Write - Membership Paid Monthly

Tourist Information Center

PLUMAS is... 'Pleasurable Living Under Mountains and Stars'

We invite you to enjoy some of the best reasons for visiting or relocating to Eastern Plumas County

Stretching along the Middle Fork of the Feather River to the sprawling Sierra Valley there is much to see and do. Eastern Plumas offers premiere lodging, camping, golfing, dining, bird watching, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, winter sports and back country driving. There are miles and miles of beautiful scenery - mountains, wild flowers, fall colors, lakes- and this is just a taste of what is offered in Eastern Plumas County.

The definition of tranquility was established in Eastern Plumas County. Step outside at night and you can enjoy a magnificent view of the galaxy. The stars look like you could reach out and touch them. Breathe the brisk, fresh clean air. Listen! There's nothing to hear. Experience peace, quiet and serenity. We have an unlimited amount of all three.
The Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds are the pride and joy of our community. It represents a place where the residents of two counties come to socialize and reconnect. It has successfully supported that role for over 150 years. To make that continue to happen, we need your help. Click here to find out how!

Visitors Experience

We have asked for 'one word' to describe visitors experiences when they visit Plumas County, here are a selection quoted to us:

'Exhilarating!' 'Awakening' 'Awesome' 'Tranquil'
'Breathtaking' 'Peaceful' 'Soothing' 'Nourishing'

Lifestyle


Recreation is the first and foremost reason for coming to our area. Those of us who have relocated here do enjoy these amenities; however, it is the lifestyle that most agree, is the reason for being here.

Our area offers clean air, clear blue skies, valleys, a mountain forest filled with the wonders of nature, and a lot of small town hospitality. There is no bumper to bumper traffic, or crowds (excluding events), No fast lane living here!
Serenity best describes the feeling of the area, most often referred to as "God's Country."

East Sierra Valley Chamber of Commerce










Please visit the East Sierra Valley Chamber of Commerce for more information on what's happening with our neighbors in Sierra Valley.. 
Enjoy the beauty of the foliage as it changes to brilliant golds, reds and oranges against the background of the forests and blue skies in the Fall.. The Winter offers the beauty of Jack Frost and beautiful snow.

The Spring shows Mother Nature at her best and the Summer is the grand finale with warm days, cool evenings and spectacular skies.
Click on the picture for more information on Sierra Valley and East Sierra Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Highways & Byways

Easy to find

Eastern Plumas County is the East and South gateways to Plumas County.

Just an hour North of Truckee ( Lake Tahoe ) on Highway 89, an hour Northwest of Reno, Nevada on Highway 395 to Highway 70, an hour Northeast of Sierra City on Highway 49 to Highway 89.

Highway 70 going right through Eastern Plumas County has been designated Feather River Scenic By-Way from Hallelujah JCT. (395/70) to Oroville.

Highway 49 the route through the Gold Country and touching into Eastern Plumas County is also a Scenic Highway and By-Way.

Drive cautiously on these mountain highways, watching for animals, rocks, and ice from October - March carry chains.
Check out road conditions call: 1-800-427-7623.

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In Partnership with Feather Publishing

Kiva  is a non-profit that helps entrepreneur’s access capital that is crowd funded on their website.  They have traditionally helped entrepreneurs in developing countries but recently launched a US pilot called Kiva Zip. They have joined our Chamber to help support our business community, Click on the link above to access their site for more information.

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