Due to expected adverse weather conditions the Chamber Golf Tournament Scheduled for Saturday, May 21st has been postponed. Please watch for upcoming announcements with new date or call the Chamber Office at (304) 927-1780.
The Roane County Chamber of Commerce is an organization of people, businesses, and associations who have the common goal of improving the local business climate, including retail, service, industrial, health and welfare. At the Chamber Information Center you can obtain information on local events, maps, directions, and much more
There's lots to do in Spencer and Roane County! You can visit a historic train car, see a one room school house, examine civil war historical markers, walk a fitness trail, hike the Charles Fork Lakes, seek and find the geocache locations, taste wine, and take in a modern movie at the nation's oldest continuously operated movie theater.
The wildlife is abundant in this region - watch out for the deer! If you're into antiques and collectibles, we have the Spencer Antique Mall - a combination of vendors in thousands of square feet - along with other stores in the downtown area offering similar merchandise. You can enjoy the great outdoors, or let the creative juices flow in the Artists’ Colony. Whatever your passion, don't forget to take a deep breath of fresh air and enjoy the down home hospitality and friendly townspeople.
Roane County is made up of communities where business is encouraged and supported, where employees still believe in an honest day’s work, and where people are on a first name basis with community leaders. It is a place where residents can enjoy low crime rates, low cost of living, low utility rates and low property taxes.
Rich in oil, gas and timber, Roane County is centrally located within 250 miles of eight major metropolitan areas and able to provide companies with a unique opportunity to access major markets at a reasonable cost through an extensive transportation network connecting to I-77, I-64 & I-79. Thanks to the region’s abundant supply of natural resources, including natural gas and coal, manufacturers enjoy electricity and natural gas at affordable rates, with dependable service.
Source: Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Council
Current figures show Roane County has over 15,000 people, 6,000 households, and 4,000 families. The population density is 32 people per square mile. The population is spread out with 23.40% under the age of 18, 8.70% from 18 to 24, 26.60% from 25 to 44, 26.50% from 45 to 64, and 14.80% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age is 40 years. The male to female ratios are almost 1:1.
The median income for a household is $24,511, and the median income for a family was $29,280.