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Sequim Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce

The Sequim-Dungeness Valley
Chamber of Commerce Welcomes you.

“Lavender Capital of North America”®  &
“Gateway to the Olympic National Forest”

The Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce serves the business needs and provides visitor information for Carlsborg, Sequim and Blyn. Whether you are looking to relocate your home or business to Sequim, or simply wanting to expand your business, you will find much of what you’ll need within the resources of our website. As a member of the Chamber of Commerce, you will have access to the Chamber Schedule of Luncheons, Seminars, Special Events, Committee & Board Minutes, Membership Directory and much more. Your company or organization has many opportunities to advertise; on this web site, in our monthly Newsletter, and placement of your marketing collateral in our Visitor Information Center which is frequented by nearly 25,000 people a year as well as many other opportunities.

A Special Welcome to Travelers

Find accommodations to fit your needs: B&Bs, hotels, motels, vacation rentals, RV parks and camping. Things to do include the Olympic Game Farm, lavender farms, Museum & Art Center, the Peony Farm, the Lighthouse and Dungeness Spit, Olympic National Park and Forest, Olympic Discovery Trail, Dungeness River Audubon Center, Seven Cedars Casino, and John Wayne Marina. Enjoy life in the slower lane, enjoy all the Olympic Peninsula has to offer. For complete travel information and things to do while here, go to to the City of Sequim’s website at, our destination travel site to help you plan your perfect stay with us. 

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2014 Citizen of the Year award was posthumously awarded to Cliff Vining for his “decades (over 30 years) of steady service to the Sequim Food Bank”.  He left behind a legacy of life lessons, including:

Cliff Vining 2014 Citizen of the Year nominee

1.  Take small steps because anything can be accomplished with a series of small steps (including moving tons of food or climbing a mountain).

2. We are all truly blessed.

3. Have fun.

The Sequim Food Bank accepted the award on Cliff’s behalf and will be displaying his 2014 Citizen of the Year award plaque at the food bank office.

The other three finalists are listed below.

Congratulations to everyone who was nominated!  You represent Sequim well!

2014 coy other nominees



Chamber members may now  make payments on-line conveniently.  

Click on  “Contact”  tab at the top of the page and continue to the bottom of the page.



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