About Downtown Oregon City Association
ABOUT DOWNTOWN OREGON CITY
Downtown Oregon City is the historic home of the City of Oregon City, the first incorporated city west American West. Situated at the end of the Oregon Trail, the district plays an important role in Oregon’s history. Today, Downtown is a revitalizing business district known for its burgeoning restaurant scene and an increasing array of eclectic retailers.
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
2018 Great American Main Street Award Winner, Downtown Oregon City Association (DOCA), originally known as Main Street Oregon City, is an award-winning 501c(3) charitable non-profit organization focused on the revitalization of Oregon City’s historic downtown. DOCA is supported by a 13-member volunteer board of directors, volunteer task forces and advisory groups, and over 150 annual volunteers. Four office staff members work on a broad cross-section of projects; all designed to support a more vibrant community, preserve and restore Oregon City’s historic civic center, and enhance the economic opportunity of Oregon City’s citizens and entrepreneurs. DOCA’s programs are rooted in four key areas: promotions, marketing, and tourism; design and beautification; economic enhancement and research; and community engagement.
DOCA is best known for Oregon City’s most prominent civic events including the First City Celebration, Oregon Trail Brew Fest, Cruise to Downtown Oregon City Car Show, and Oregon Trail® Game 5k — Downtown’s civic events have over 20,000 attendees per year. Beyond events, DOCA has been pivotal in helping property owners restore or reconstruct their facades, conducting economic research and advocating for programs that support the continued growth of existing businesses and the recruitment of new qualified businesses, and engaging in community-wide outreach.
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