The Myrtle Creek~Tri City Area Chamber of Commerce invites you to take a look at the types of businesses that we believe might be successful here.
Myrtle Creek and the unincorporated area of Tri City are located along the I-5 corridor, just over 100 miles north of the California/Oregon border, 80 miles east of the Oregon Coast and 16 miles south of the city of Roseburg, Oregon. The City of Myrtle Creek and the bordering unincorporated areas have a combined population of approximately 10,000 people.
The area is attracting new residents, mostly young families and retirees. New homes are being built as well as commercial/retail space. An industrial site for light manufacturing operations is located just off the freeway (Interstate 5, Exit 103). A third freeway interchange serving the community recently completed construction. This new interchange (Exit 106) is close to Myrtle Creek Municipal Airport(French Field) and will allow better access to undeveloped land in the area just west of the freeway.
Consider the Myrtle Creek-Tri City, Oregon area as a possible location for the following types of businesses, professional services and recreational activities:
- American-style coffee shop/cafe
- Automotive paint and/or glass shop
- Batting cages
- Clothing store
- League sports
- Music store
- Sporting goods store
- Stationery store
To obtain more information about opening a business here, contact Ted Romas, Myrtle Creek~Tri City Area Chamber of Commerce, Phone 541-860-5846 or (eMail) and/or Sean Negherbon, City Administrator, City of Myrtle Creek, 541-863-3171 (website)