City of Orland Business
Over 300 businesses have been issued permits to conduct business in the City of Orland. A complete list, or a list of a certain vendor (i.e. amusements, hotels, manufacturing), can be obtained by calling City Hall (530) 865-1600.
The City’s Economic Development Commission meets the first Monday of the month at Carnegie Center at 6:00 P.M. for their regular meetings. Annually they set a priority list of items they want to work on and pursue for the City’s economic development. Some items they address are façade improvements, directional signs, clean and green entryways and researching options for development of the westside of Interstate 5. If you wish to be on their agenda, contact Angie Crook, City Clerk at (530) 865-1601.
The Orland Area Chamber of Commerce can be contacted at (530) 865-2311 or their website www.orland-chamber.com for any information they have on businesses.
Annually the City Council, with input from the City’s Economic Development Commission, reviews their Comprehensive Economic Development Strategic Plan (CEDS) to determine how projects should be prioritized. The 2010-2011 list includes a public safety facility, expanding fiber optics and broadband access and, pursuing business development opportunities that include agriculture, art, natural resources and historic tourism and, to continue enhancing recreation and park opportunities for the community.
Contact Pete Carr, City Manager, at (530) 865-1603 or email@example.com for any questions on starting or conducting business within the City Limits.