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Eclipse Parking Map 
eclipse parking
For those of you planning on making the trek to our fine city - WELCOME.  Yes, the traffic may be a bit of a hassle and the 
weather isn't guaranteed to cooperate - but we have a host of activities and places for you to safely enjoy this once in a lifetime event.  Whether it's sipping a cold brew at one of our local breweries, enjoying the Silverton Fine Arts Festival or just taking in a movie at the Oregon Garden this weekend - there are plenty of ways to stay entertained while waiting for the bit event.

For those looking for where to park - we've attached a local map with parking lots identified - as well as a list of the shuttle stops that will be operating on Saturday, Sunday, and limited on Monday.  

Check out our event page for a listing of all the happenings in town over the weekend.

Stick around after the eclipse and experience a bit of fun in Silverton.  Shop at one of our eclectic boutique stores, sample some of the best coffee in the valley and stroll around town as you take in the many murals that adorn our walls and tell of our proud history.   Many stores and restaurants are extending special deals to our weekend visitors.

Shuttles will run Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 9pm. With stops @ MillTown Pub, Silver Falls District Office Parking Lot, Seven Brides Brewing, Robert Frost School, Oregon Garden and Coolidge McClaine Park for the Art Festival.  

Monday's shuttle will be limited with pick ups at Citizen Bank, Robert Frost and the District Office.

For more information you can log on to: www.silvertonarts.org for festival info and www.oregongarden.org for weekend eclipse activities.

Great American Eclipse Passes Through Silverton 

You've most definitely heard about the big eclipse coming in August, right?  Yes, there will be a full eclipse of the sun on Monday, August 21, 2017 - and we here in Silverton are in the heart of the "path of totality" for the event.  If you'd like to be in prime viewing location and see the event firsthand - there are still options open for you.The Oregon Garden is hosting an Eclipse event, complete with camping, activities and fun!  If you'd like to inquire about the remaining lodging options, you can check out their website at www.OregonGarden.com

Looking for a more educational experience, Silverton High School has been awarded a grant to study the eclipse.  They will EclipseSilvertonPosterSbe launching a weather balloon during the event and have a live stream link with NASA during the event.  Watch this page for more information on the high schools' event and where you can buy those funky glasses you will need to watch the sun disappear.

While you are here for the eclipse, make sure to check out our Silverton Fine Arts Festival and their eclipse themed event.  Saturday, August 19 and Sunday, August 20th.  For more info on the festival and featured artists, t-shirts and more - visit www.silvertonarts.org

If you'd like your own Silverton Eclipse souvenir poster by featured artist Carol Murphy - you can find them at the Chamber office at 426 S. Water Street in downtown Silverton.  Posters are printed 11 x 17 and are just $20.  Surely to be a sellout - get your poster today!

For more information on all the Silverton Eclipse activities check out our events page.

Welcome Message


The Silverton Chamber of Commerce invites you to explore and learn about the medley of treasures we have to share.  Founded in 1854, Silverton is a historic town with stately homes shaded by grand old oak trees nestled in the heart of the Willamette Valley. 

Spring, summer, winter or fall, Silverton is a wonderful place with a full complement of amenities and activities.  On any given day you can refresh yourself with a tour of The Oregon Garden, a walk through Silver Falls State Park, an exploration of the wonderful shops and restaurants in downtown Silverton or a visit to nearby farms and vineyards.  Use this website as a guide for what to see and do around town.

With its scenic beauty, rich history, charming downtown and gems of nature – it’s no wonder Silverton is Oregon’s Garden City, the perfect place to grow your dreams!

I look forward to your next visit.

Stacy Palmer, Executive Director

Chamber Advocacy on Behalf of Business in Oregon


One of the benefits of being a chamber member is knowing that our organization and our State Chamber are advocating on behalf of the businesses in our community and in our state.  The legislature and the legislative process can be a tricky thing to stay on top of for most small businesses.  Too many things all happening at once, keep many business owners from being engaged in the process. 

Each year the Oregon State Chamber in collaboration with local chambers puts together a legislative agenda and list of those concerns that have member businesses intrigued.  The Silverton Chamber of Commerce adopted this legislative agenda and shares it's progress or updates with members weekly.

Here is a link to the latest Legislative Updates from the 2017 Session from our friends at the Oregon State Chamber of Commerce.


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