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Welcome to Western Douglas County Chamber!


Welcome to the Western Douglas County Chamber of Commerce. We serve western Douglas County including the communities of Bennington, Elkhorn, Waterloo, Valley and West Omaha, all of which have rapidly growing businesses and residential communities. Our purpose is to help businesses, organizations and communities prosper by promoting the business and civic interests of Western Douglas County Chamber members and residents.

Find a Business

Use our Business Directory to locate or learn more about local businesses and members of our Community.

View Events

Chamber members & businesses can find, submit and promote events within their local community.

Member Login

Login to update, track, and summarize all relevant data regarding the Chamber of Commerce.

2017 Western Douglas County Chamber of Commerce Corporate Sponsors

$5000 Executive Chamber Sponsor
$2500 Partner Chamber Sponsor
$1000 Community Chamber Sponsor



New Members

Photos from most recent WDCCC Event

Upcoming Events

For a complete listing of all events, check out our Events List

2017 Scholarship Golf Tournament
Register HERE


Ribbon Cutting  at 10:00am
Thursday, June 1st

3706 S 138th St
Omaha, NE

Open House/Seminars: 8:30am-5:00pm
See events calendar for details

Elkhorn Days Pancake Man
Elkhorn Middle School Cafeteria
3100 N 207th Plaza
Elkhorn, NE

Saturday June 3rd
Adults $7, Kids (under 12) $5

Member Spotlight

Brookestone Meadows
Interview: (Left to Right)
Revonna White, Administrater ; Diane Bailey, Public Relations;
Jenni Soukup, WDCCC President; Jack Vetter, Founder

Chamber Testimonials

Diane Bailey, Brookestone Meadows states, "Being a WDCCC Member means a lot of things" 
“The Chamber helped us integrate in authentic relationships, as we became more active in the Chamber develop those relationships and then invested into the Community through the Chamber that gave us the opportunity to really feel like we were truly part of our community.”