Connect Douglas County Oregon (CDCO)
Welcome to our community website! A place to inform, connect, and engage the people of Douglas County.
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About Our Community Website
Connect Douglas County Oregon (CDCO) is a community project sponsored by Business Oregon, CCD Business Development Corporation, and in collaboration with Community Website Partnership.
CDCO is led by a volunteer Steering Committee and serves as an online resource hub intended to strengthen the network of Douglas County residents, visitors, businesses, nonprofit organizations, and government officials working together to actualize our community Vision.
This website is an interactive tool for registered community users to share and access information about programs, resources, projects, and events that support and enhance the quality of life for Douglas County, Oregon.
Ash | Azalea | Camas Valley | Canyonville | Diamond Lake | Dixonville | Drain | Drew | Elkton | Glendale | Green | Glide | Idleyld Park | Kellogg | Lookingglass | Melrose | Myrtle Creek | Oakland | Peel | Reedsport | Roseburg | Scottsburg | Sutherlin | Tenmile | Tiller | Toketee Falls | Winston | Yoncalla
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We acknowledge and respect indigenous people of this region, the tribes and bands of the Umpqua Valley, on whose ancestral lands we live, work, learn, play and pray. These include the Nahánkhuotana (Cow Creek Takelma) and the Upper Umpqua, the Yoncalla Kalapuya, the Southern Molalla, and the Quuiich (Lower Umpqua).
We believe the power of diversity enriches all of us by exposing us to a range of ways to understand and engage with the world.