Welcome to Historic Union, Oregon. Our views are breathtaking, and we are neighborly to everyone!

The City of Union Chamber of Commerce is proud of its heritage and quaint small-town appeal. As the southern gateway to the Grande Ronde Valley and the hub or GRV Outskirts, our history is rich at the crossroads of Union County.

Come enjoy our hometown eateries, quirky shops, outdoor recreation, and nearby forests.

Featured Chamber Members

Union County Museum

Union County Museum preserves and presents the history of Union County, its communities and the surrounding area.

LJ Brewskis

Pacific Northwest microbrews and wines, casual dining, live music, jam sessions, pool tournaments, and trivia contest.

Union City Park

Picnic tables, horseshoes, volleyball, basketball, playground, always-open restrooms, and VFW Memorial.

Grassroots Festival

Annual Main Street celebration with city-wide yard sale, carnival contests, duck races, car show, vendors, live music.

Historic Union Hotel

Unique accommodations and full-service restaurant with a rich local history.

Buffalo Peak Golf

Challenging 18-hole course designed by William Phillips on the southeast edge of Union.

Union Victorian Cemetery

Founded in 1862, sixteen years before Union was incorporated as a city, on land donated by Fred Nodine.

City of Union

Union City Hall is the smallest and oldest in Oregon.

Union Drug Co. & Soda Fountain

Pharmacy, old-fashioned soda fountain, and gift shop all under one roof.

South County Health District

Quality health care for Cove, Union, North Powder, and surrounding areas.

Union County Veterans and Active Military (VAM)

Chamber businesses offer discounts to Union County citizens who are veterans or in active service.