New members
We would like to welcome the newest members to the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce. If you would like more information about joining the chamber, you can download our membership form.

  • U-Save Car & Truck Rental
  • Slayton Chiropractic
  • Kiech’s BBQ
  • Olympus Construction
  • Burch Food Services
  • Peco Foods
  • Arcs & Sparks Art
  • Studio of the Arts/Imperial Dinner Theatre
  • Holy Ghost Outreach Ministries
  • Nick DeClerk, CPA
  • NAPA Auto Parts
Upcoming Events
2014 Randolph County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade Thursday, December 4th at 6:00pm.

A Silent Auction will be held in the Old Historic Courthouse from 10:00am-7:30pm to benefit the Randolph County Heritage Museum. At 4:00 on the steps of the Old Historic Courthouse the PJHS and PHS Choirs will be performing Christmas carols. At 4:30 Mrs. Santa’s Kitchen will be open in the Randolph County Heritage Museum Annex. At 5:00 Marilyn’s Cloggers will be performing on the corner of Everett and Marr streets.

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Treasure Hunt

The Shop Randolph County Treasure Hunt is going on NOW!!! Pick up your map at any participating business or here on the website to get started. Each stamp you receive gives you the chance at winning over $1600 in prizes. All maps must be turned in to the Chamber of Commerce office no later than…


2014 Christmas Parade Winners

2014 Randolph County Chamber of Commerce Parade winners:

1st Place- St. Paul Pre-K
2nd Place- Pocahontas Health & Rehab
3rd Place- 4-H

1st Place- Ms. Due’s Kindergarten Class
2nd Place- Mrs. Hagood’s Kindergarten Class

1st Place- Heritage Agriculture
2nd Place- Baltz Chevrolet
3rd Place- Bailey’s Carpet Cleaning

Apartments for Rent

Oak Creek Apartments has 2- 3 bedroom apartments for immediate occupancy. You must pass credit, criminal and an eviction search.  Applications can be picked up Monday- Friday 9-4 (closed 12-1 for lunch). Must bring birth certificates and social security cards for all occupants and photo ID for anyone over 18.   Oak Creek Apartments 2526…

No town or business ever stands still; you either proceed or recede. Other cities are active Now-competing for the trade territory, industries, new businesses, better highways, more housing, police protection, education, and everything else that will make a better, more prosperous and more pleasant place in which to live.

– Tim Scott- Executive Director- Randolph County Chamber of Commerce