Albany Chamber of Commerce

The heart of Albany’s business community since 1904, the Albany Area Chamber is the largest, strongest and most active business advocacy organization in the area. The Chamber brings business leaders together to accomplish collectively, what no one business could do alone. Professionally… Read More

Albany Downtown Association

The ADA is a member-driven marketing organization that helps sponsor events, highlights downtown and historic district unique businesses of all kinds, maintains a website and social media presence, partners with various organizations to advertise Albany as a destination,… Read More

  • Address: 126 Ferry Street SW, Albany OR 97321
  • Phone: 541-928-2469
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Albany Fire Department

The Albany Fire Department was integral to the success of the 2019 Children’s Summer Passport Program and has hosted many community activities that attract visitors from across Linn County. The AFD is a participant/partner in Albany’s National Historic… Read More

  • Address: Administration Office (Station 11) 611 SE Lyon St, Albany, OR 97321
  • Phone: 541-917-7700 Admin (non-emergency)
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Albany-Millersburg Economic Development Corporation

Established with the mission of strengthening the local economy, AMEDC has been instrumental in the creation of over 1,800 direct jobs by 51 new and existing Albany- Millersburg industrial companies. Incorporated in 1982 as a non-profit economic development… Read More

City of Albany

The official governing body of Albany, including economic development and funding, serves a populace of over 50,000 in the heart of the Willamette Valley.

Linn County Expo Center

With over 209,000 square feet of total building space, the Linn County Expo Center consists of the Willamette Events Center, Santiam Building, Calapooia Arena, and the Cascade Livestock Pavilion.

Oregon Festivals and Events Association

OFEA is a stand-alone organization focusing on the Oregon events industry.

Parks and Recreation – Albany

AVA helps to market and staff the city’s Parks and Recreation events, such as the much loved NW Art & Air Festival. Other notable events include the annual Summer Sounds and River Rhythm Concerts at Monteith Riverfront Park…. Read More

Rotary Club of Albany

The Rotary Club of Albany (different chapter than the Rotary Club of Greater Albany) is a major partner and sponsor for Albany’s Annual Downtown Wine Walk, and partners with the AVA to sell event tickets.

  • Address: PO Box 453, Albany, OR 97321
  • Phone: Use the "contact us" email forms to contact the chapter - link below in website field.
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Rotary Club of Greater Albany

“Rotary shares the United Nations’ enduring commitment to a healthier, more peaceful, and more sustainable world. And Rotary offers something no other organization can match: an existing infrastructure that allows people from all over the world to connect… Read More

Thompson’s Mills State Heritage Site

Located in Shedd, about a 25 minute drive from Albany, this working historic mill is free to the public. The AVA and Thompson’s Mills have  worked to help market Linn County to visitors and to create a culinary/business… Read More

Trails to Linn County

The official online travel guide to explore and experience Linn County, Oregon. Discover great opportunities for lodging, dining, visitor services, fishing, hiking, boating, skiing, climbing, rafting, hunting, scenery, wildlife viewing, birding, camping, dining, history, antiques, agritourism and the variety of great activities and sights we have to offer!

Travel Oregon

The Oregon Tourism Commission does business as Travel Oregon and is the statewide tourism marketing umbrella. TO supports businesses within the industry (lodging, restaurants, shopping, event venues, travel guides, state parks, etc) by hosting workshops, conferences, and marketing… Read More

Willamette Valley Visitors Association

The Willamette Valley Visitors Association is a private, non-profit organization that supports travel and tourism in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Comprised of six visitors associations, the Willamette Valley Visitors Association works to maintain the Willamette Valley as Oregon’s premier wine destination, while highlighting the culture and natural resources of the region.