In light of recent events, City Club of Central Oregon is going virtual until further notice.

In these unprecedented times, all organizations are doing what we can. That’s why City Club is temporarily moving from live gatherings to completely online offerings that are FREE to the public. We are committed to continuing conversations of consequence for our region. As we adjust to the new normal, we hope you’ll continue to engage and support our efforts.

Want to do more?

City Club has been deeply disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on public events. If you watch and enjoy, please consider making a donation. If you’ve been toying with the idea of becoming a member, now would be a great time to sign up. Your support during this challenging time will help ensure your City Club is ready to bring you back together—in person—for conversations of consequence that help our region thrive.


Welcome to City Club of Central Oregon

Our mission is “to build a conscious and civic minded community through dialog, education and research that results in responsible civic engagement.”


June 4 | Respond, Recover and Rebuild

June 4 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

June 18 | noon

June 18 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

July 2 | noon

July 2 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

July 16 | noon

July 16 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


“I was new to town. City Club was a great resource to understand the issues in our community and build a network.”

Jessica Biel, Director of Business Development, Pinnacle Architecture
Dave DeRose

“City Club provides a platform that allows our great community to come together and draw strength from diversity. The monthly forums provide education on relevant topics focused on maintaining growth and sustainability in Central Oregon. In coming together, we have unlimited potential to maintain a bright future!”

Dave DeRose, Commercial and Business Banking Manager, US Bank
Peter Grube

“I value the work of the City Club of Central Oregon because it fosters thoughtful, educated conversations about the pressing issues which will shape our community for generations to come. Through these conversations, we can work together toward the continued success of this place I love!”

Peter Grube, partner, Dream Home Building and Design

“Let me tell you a little something about us [City Club]. We don’t agree on everything. We disagree on everything and that is our strength. The one thing we do agree on is civility and we agree on having the conversation and keeping the conversation going.”

Bill Buchanan, partner, Buchanan Schmid, llc

“What is most important to me about City Club is that not everyone agrees on issues. Their role, their goal is to bring people together and have the conversation  and problem solve.”

Governor Kate Brown