Downtown Oroville Welcomes Live Life Juice Company

We are so excited for our New Neighbors!!! Great article in the Chico Enterprise-Record. Health-oriented sisters keep things fresh | It’s Your Business  

Halloween Happenings

Check out all the spooky fun happening in downtown Oroville! These delightfully frightful events are hosted by local shop owners, organizations, and community members.            

Get to know Chef Preston Farris  

Local chef with a passion to bring people together over a meal and create lasting memories.

Miners Alley Revitalization Project

A fresh coat of paint for Miners Alley

Miners Alley Lights Up!

A unique event space in Downtown Oroville.

Oroville Ghost Sign Restoration

The Pac-Tel logo on Huntoon gets a facelift.

Visit Downtown Oroville

Check out the Visit Downtown Oroville video!

Striking Gold in Oroville!

Thank you Upgraded Living Magazine for highlighting the exciting things happening in Oroville. A big thank you to all of the people who over the years have worked tirelessly to save Downtown Oroville buildings, open businesses, clean and decorate the

Community Needs Assessment

For years we’ve all know that vacant buildings negatively affect downtown. When the BID was formed, the consultant recommended our next major step was to do a community assessment to gather public input on what new businesses should be recruited

A Message from our Downtown Oroville President

To say it’s been a difficult few years for our community would be an understatement. Yet, I am still encouraged and inspired by caring community members and business owners of Downtown Oroville.  As restrictions continue to be lifted and our

Downtown Oroville BID Update!

Where do BID (Business Improvement District) funds go? Downtown Oroville BID dollars are spent 60% on marketing and 40% on beautification. However, those funds alone don’t adequately address the expenses for needed downtown improvements and development. We supplement those funds

Happy Spring!

In our recent downtown needs assessment 62% of people said it was important to improve maintenance and landscaping downtown, we heard you and have been working with City staff to add some curb appeal! Over the past two weeks, the