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Council Chamber of Commerce

 

Home of the World Famous Porcupine Races 

Mission

The Chamber’s mission consists of 4 focus areas:

  • Supporting Business
  • Economic Development
  • Sponsoring Community Events
  • Working with Community Partners

 

Supporting Business

Supporting existing and new business is core to our mission as a Chamber.  Our local small businesses are important to the families that own them, to the community that supports them, and to sustaining our residents way of life.

Economic Development

 We as a Chamber are intent on developing resources for encouraging economic success in our corner of Idaho.  The Chamber will be pursuing grants and other funding opportunities to further these goals.

Community Events

The World Famous Porcupine Races and our patriotic 4th of July parade & fireworks are sponsored each year by the Chamber.  The Chamber sponsors several events each year that could not be successful without our volunteers.

Community Partners

 The Chamber actively supports non-profits and government entities in our community to provide greater economic opportunities and to provide a  broader avenue to promote the area.  We are grateful for our community partners who are critical to our success.

4th of July Sponsorship Opportunity

Our 4th of July Celebrations include the World Famous Porcupine Races!
Thank you for considering a sponsorship of our community events.

Upcoming Events

There is always something to look forward to in Council.

View the Events Page

Porcupine Races

By far the biggest event of the year is the World Famous Porcupine Races.  The races are held each year during the 4th of July festivities.

You do not want to miss this race so be sure to come out and cheer on all the racers!

About Council

Council is the rural west as its best. Located in central western Idaho, Council is a tight-knit community with hard working families.

Council serves as the county seat of Adams County, which stretches from Hells Canyon to Council Mountain.

In Council you will find agriculture, ranching, restaurants, construction, unique storefronts and more than 2 million acres of recreation just outside of town.

Come check us out!