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1370 NW 21st Street Redmond, OR 97756

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PARCEL DETAILS Parcel ID: 151308AA01909 Related Tax Accounts: 259557 Subdivision: CRANE MEADOW Lot / Block: 9 /

GENERAL INFORMATION Taxpayer Mailing: HEBRARD, AMY M 1370 NW 21ST ST REDMOND, OR 97756

Location: County: DESCHUTES, OREGON Map / Taxlot: 15138AA / 1909 Lat / Lon: 44.28898754 / -121.19154073 Situs Addresses:

Owners: (1) HEBRARD,AMY M

1370 NW 21ST ST, REDMOND, 97756

ASSESSMENT SUMMARY Calculated Acres: Assessed Acres: RM Land: RM Impr: RM Total: Total AV: Taxes:

0.14 (6,055 sf) 0.14 (6,098 sf) $66,000 $73,710 $139,710 $89,220 $1,615

Zoning: R4 - REDMOND - GENERAL RESIDENTIAL

Land Use: 101 - RESIDENTIAL IMPROVED

Improvement Totals: SqFt: 1507 Bedrooms: 3

Full Baths: 2.0

Half Baths: --

IMPROVEMENTS Code 131

Description

SqFt

Year Built

RESIDENCE: One Story

1507

2016

Beds Baths (F/H) Floor Types 3

2.0 /

1

RECENT TRANSACTIONS Date 07/12/2017 09/26/2016

Ref # 2017-29070 2016-40049

Type

Price Seller Buyer $280,900 DUNLAP FINE HOMES INC & C & L HEBRARD, AMY M $102,500 ** HIGH DESERT HARBOUR LLC DUNLAP FINE HOMES INC & C & L

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Deschutes County Property Information Report Date: 2/9/2018 4:03:54 PM

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Account Summary Account Information Mailing Name:

Ownership Mailing Address:

HEBRARD, AMY M

HEBRARD, AMY M

Map and Taxlot: 151308AA01909

1370 NW 21ST ST

Account: Tax Status:

259557 Assessable

Situs Address:

1370 NW 21ST ST, REDMOND, OR 97756

REDMOND, OR 97756 Valuation

Property Taxes

Real Market Values as of Jan. 1, 2017

Current Tax Year: $1,615.28

Land

$66,000

Structures

$73,710

Total

$139,710

Tax Code Area:

2001

Assessment

Current Assessed Values:

Subdivision: CRANE MEADOW

Maximum Assessed

$89,220

Block:

Assessed Value

$89,220

Assessor Acres: 0.14 Property Class: 101 -- RESIDENTIAL

Veterans Exemption

Lot:

9

Warnings, Notations, and Special Assessments Review of digital records maintained by the Deschutes County Assessor’s Office, Tax Office, Finance Office, and the Community Development Department indicates that there are no special tax, assessment or property development related notations associated with this account. However, independent verification of the presence of other Deschutes County tax, assessment, development, and additional property related considerations is recommended. Confirmation is commonly provided by title companies, real estate agents, developers, engineering and surveying firms, and other parties who are involved in property transactions or property development. In addition, County departments may be contacted directly to discuss the information.

Valuation History All values are as of January 1 of each year. Real Market Value - Land Real Market Value - Structures Total Real Market Value

Tax year is July 1st through June 30th of each year.

2013 - 2014 $20,000 $0 $20,000

2014 - 2015 $30,000 $0 $30,000

2015 - 2016 $37,000 $0 $37,000

2016 - 2017 $45,000 $0 $45,000

2017 - 2018 $66,000 $73,710 $139,710

$36,590 $20,000 $0

$36,590 $30,000 $0

$36,590 $36,590 $0

$37,680 $37,680 $0

$89,220 $89,220 $0

Maximum Assessed Value Total Assessed Value Veterans Exemption

Deschutes County Property Information Report, page 1


Tax Payment History Year

Date Due

Transaction Type

Transaction Date

As Of Date

Amount Received

Tax Due

Discount Amount

Interest Charged

Refund Interest

2017

11-15-2017

PAYMENT

11-09-2017

11-09-2017

$1,566.82

($1,615.28)

$48.46

$0.00

$0.00

2017

11-15-2017

IMPOSED

10-13-2017

11-15-2017

$0.00 Total:

$1,615.28 $0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

2016

11-15-2016

PAYMENT

07-25-2017

07-25-2017

$748.37

($692.93)

$0.00

$55.44

$0.00

2016

11-15-2016

IMPOSED

10-13-2016

11-15-2016

$0.00 Total:

$692.93 $0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

2015

11-15-2015

PAYMENT

10-30-2015

10-30-2015

$639.03

($658.79)

$19.76

$0.00

$0.00

2015

11-15-2015

IMPOSED

10-14-2015

11-15-2015

$0.00 Total:

$658.79 $0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

Sales History Sale Date 07/12/2017 09/26/2016

Seller

Buyer

DUNLAP FINE HOMES INC & C HEBRARD, AMY M & L HINTON DUNLAP FINE HOMES INC & C HIGH DESERT HARBOUR LLC & L HINTON

05/26/2011

COLUMBIA STATE BANK

HIGH DESERT HARBOUR LLC

09/24/2010

TUMAC MTN DEVELOPMENT LLC

COLUMBIA STATE BANK

Sale Amount

Sale Type

Recording Instrument

$280,900

30-UNCONFIRMED SALE

2017-29070

$102,500 $412,000 $30

35-MULTIPLE ACCOUNTS 2016-40049 INVOLVED IN SALE 31-LENDER/DISTRESS/SHORT SALE 2011-20482 CONFIRMED/UNCONFIRMED 10FORECLOSURE/BANKRUPTC 2010-38670 Y/TRANSFER TO AVOID LIEN

Structures Stat Class/Description

Improvement Description

131 - RESIDENCE: One story

2001

Floor Description First Floor Rooms

Code Area Sq Ft 1,507

Inventory

Deschutes County Property Information Report, page 2 (For Report Disclaimer see page 1)

Year Built Total Sq Ft 2016

1,507

Type of Heating FORCED AIR HEATING


DINING ROOMS

1

FULL BATH

1

VAULTED CEILING

1

KITCHENS

1

LAVATORY

2

HARDWOOD FLOOR

1

GREAT ROOMS

1

TOILET

1

CARPET

1

BEDROOMS

3

SHOWER W/DOOR, FIBERGLASS

1

VINYL FLOOR

1

UTILITY ROOMS

1

SOAKING TUB

1

DRYWALL

1

FOUNDATION - CONCRETE

1,507

RECESSED LIGHTING

1

FORCED AIR HEATING

SIDING - BOARD & BAT WINDOWS - DOUBLE/THERMAL PANE WINDOWS - VINYL

1

KITCHEN SINK

1

1

D.I. RANGE

1

HF/DW/GD/MW

1

WATER HEATER

1

1

ROOF - GABLE

1,507

ROOF CVR - COMP HEAVY

1,507

Floor Description Garage

Sq Ft 430

Rooms

1

SIDING - LAP

Inventory AUTOMATIC DOOR OPENER

1

1,507

Type of Heating

COMP HVY - ROOF COVER

430

Land Characteristics Land Description

Acres

Urban Lot

0.14

Land Classification

Ownership Name Type

Name

Ownership Type

OWNER

HEBRARD, AMYM

OWNER

Ownership Percentage 100.00%

Related Accounts Related accounts apply to a property that may be on one map and tax lot but due to billing have more than one account. This occurs when a property is in multiple tax code areas. In other cases there may be business personal property or a manufactured home on this property that is not in the same ownership as the land. No Related Accounts found.

Service Providers Please contact districts to confirm. Category

Name

Phone

Address

COUNTY SERVICES

DESCHUTES COUNTY

(541) 388-6570

1300 NW WALL ST, BEND, OR 97703

CITY SERVICES

CITY OF REDMOND CITY OF REDMOND POLICE DEPARTMENT REDMOND FIRE AND RESCUE

(541) 923-7710

411 SW 9TH ST, REDMOND, OR 97756

(541) 504-3100

777 SW DESCHUTES AVE, REDMOND, OR 97756

(541) 504-5000

341 NW DOGWOOD AVE, REDMOND, OR 97756

REDMOND SCHOOL DISTRICT

(541) 923-5437

145 SE SALMON AVE, REDMOND, OR 97756

JOHN TUCK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

(541) 923-4884

209 N 10TH ST, REDMOND, OR 97756

ELTON GREGORY MIDDLE SCHOOL

(541) 526-6440

1220 NW UPAS AVE, REDMOND, OR 97756

REDMOND HIGH SCHOOL

(541) 923-4800

675 SW RIMROCK, REDMOND, OR 97756

POLICE SERVICES FIRE DISTRICT SCHOOL DISTRICT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AREA MIDDLE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AREA HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AREA EDUCATION SERVICE TAX DISTRICT COLLEGE TAX DISTRICT PARK & RECREATION DISTRICT LIVESTOCK DISTRICT IRRIGATION DISTRICT

HIGH DESERT EDUCATION SERVICE (541) 693-5600 DISTRICT CENTRAL OREGON COMMUNITY (541) 383-7700 COLLEGE REDMOND AREA PARK & RECREATION (541) 548-7275 DISTRICT DESCHUTES COUNTY LIVESTOCK (541) 388-6623 DISTRICT NUMBER 6 CENTRAL OREGON IRRIGATION (541) 548-6047 DISTRICT

Deschutes County Property Information Report, page 3 (For Report Disclaimer see page 1)

145 SE SALMON AVE, REDMOND, OR 97756 2600 NW COLLEGE WAY, BEND, OR 97703 465 SW RIMROCK DR, REDMOND, OR 97756 1300 NW WALL ST, BEND, OR 97703 1055 SW LAKE CT, REDMOND, OR 97756


GARBAGE & RECYCLING SERVICE

HIGH COUNTRY DISPOSAL

(541) 548-4984

Deschutes County Property Information Report, page 4 (For Report Disclaimer see page 1)

1090 NE HEMLOCK AVE, REDMOND, OR 97756


STATEMENT OF TAX ACCOUNT DESCHUTES COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR DESCHUTES SERVICES BUILDING BEND OR 97703 (541) 388-6540 9-Feb-2018 HEBRARD, AMY M 1370 NW 21ST ST REDMOND, OR 97756 Tax Account # Account Status Roll Type Situs Address

259557 A Real 1370 NW 21ST ST REDMOND, OR 97756

Lender Name CLG - CALIBER HOME LOANS Loan Number 2001 Property ID Interest To Feb 9, 2018

Tax Summary Tax Year 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008

Tax Type ADVALOREM ADVALOREM ADVALOREM ADVALOREM ADVALOREM ADVALOREM ADVALOREM ADVALOREM ADVALOREM ADVALOREM Total

Total Due

Current Due

Interest Due

Discount Available

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

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Original Due $1,615.28 $692.93 $658.79 $538.73 $359.51 $238.62 $324.61 $357.80 $661.65 $590.51

Due Date Nov 15, 2017 Nov 15, 2016 Nov 15, 2015 Nov 15, 2014 Nov 15, 2013 Nov 15, 2012 Nov 15, 2011 Nov 15, 2010 Nov 15, 2009 Nov 15, 2008


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2012-13

REDMOND SCHOOL DISTRICT

PERFORMANCE METER Base Line

GOAL 1: 100% GRADUATION

2007-08

2008-09

A. 5-Year Cohort Grad Rate B. Students Receiving a RSD Advanced, International Baccalaureate, or University Diploma

Every Child Every Chance Every Day

Current

Annual Targets

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

68.4%

67.5%

73.6%

80%

85%

17.0%

31.2%

30.3%

33%

40%

12.4%

23.3%

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

60.3%*

72.5%*

67.5%*

67.6%*

71.6%

75%

78.7%

63.7%*

69.2%*

67.9%*

73.0%*

75.8%

79%

82%

--

--

68%

68%

D. Mathematics, Elementary % Meets + Exceeds

42.2%*

56.4%*

46.5%*

57.2%

61.8%

66%

70%

E. Mathematics, Secondary % Meets + Exceeds

54.7%*

58.9%*

53.7%*

63.8%

69.5%

73%

76%

F. Growth Indicator: % of schools at Level 4 or above in academic growth**

80%

90%

G. Growth Indicator: % of schools at Level 4 or above in subgroup growth**

30%

45%

60%

58.5%

59%

63%

GOAL 2: ACADEMC ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL rd

th

A. Reading, Elementary (3 -5 combined) % Meets + Exceeds th

th

th

B. Reading, Secondary (6 -8 + 11 combined) % Meets + Exceeds th

C. Writing, Secondary (11 grade) % Meets + Exceeds

rd

H. 3 Grade Combined Proficiency Rate

Base Line

32.2%

46.1%

36.3%

Current

47.5%

Annual Targets

* Calculated using 2011-12 cut scores **As measured by Oregon Next Generation Accountability Metric (Levels 1-5)

Base Line

GOAL 3: 100% ATTENDANCE

Current

Annual Targets

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

34.7%

35.9%

32.7%

41.4%

39.3%

45%

50%

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

A. Percentage of Parents Attending Parent/Teacher Conferences

--

--

--

--

--

85%

90%

B. Percentage of Parents considering ParentVUE and/or email logins

--

--

--

--

--

C. Parent Participation on District Survey

--

--

--

<5%

9%

15%

25%

A. Percentage of Students with 96% or Higher Attendance

Base Line

GOAL 4: PARENT AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Redmond School District 2J

Current

Annual Targets


2012-13

REDMOND SCHOOL DISTRICT

PERFORMANCE METER GOAL 5: STUDENT BEHAVIOR

Base Line

Every Child Every Chance Every Day

Current

Annual Targets

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

A. Decrease Suspension Rate

9.01%

8.79%

7.31%

7.35%

10.9%

5%

<5%

B. Decrease Expulsion Rate

0.72%

0.61%

0.57%

0.24%

0.40%

0.30%

0.20%

GOAL 6: TEACHER and PRINCIPAL EFFECTIVENESS

Base Line

Current

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

A. % of Teachers Rated Proficient or Distinguished

--

--

--

--

B. % of Principals Rated Effective or Highly Effective

--

--

--

--

Redmond School District 2J

2011-12

Annual Targets 2012-13

2013-14


OREGON

REPORT CARD

2016-17

Redmond SD 2J John Tuck Elementary School DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT Michael McIntosh

209 NW 10th St Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 923-4884 tuck.redmond.k12.or.us

For more report card measures, including detailed demographic information, visit www.oregon.gov/ode/reports-and-data

PRINCIPAL Dusty Porter GRADES SERVED 1-5

FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Dear Parents and Community Members, At John Tuck we are guided by a clear vision, All in for All Kids, and four core values: Unlimited Potential, Whole Child, Evidence Based and Trusted Partnerships. Our school is unique in the at we focus on living out our vision and core values in everything we do and are constantly working to build community and advance the social, emotional and academic learning of all children. Our students know they are loved and we believe strongly in working with parents to help each child realize and strive to maximize their unlimited potential. We are proud to be a level five school for academic growth, which places us in the top 10 percent of all schools in the State of Oregon. This is a testament to our growth mindset philosophy,

teamwork, high expectations and intense focus on advancing the learning of every student. We are passionate about our students and steadfast in our commitment to continuing to find creative and proactive solutions to helping them thrive. Thank you, Principal

|

Dusty Porter

SCHOOL PROFILE

STUDENTS

ENROLLMENT 2016-17 K-3 4-5 6-8 MEDIAN CLASS SIZE Self-Contained Departmentalized

School

27.0 --

388 SELECTED DEMOGRAPHICS 235 Economically Disadvantaged 153 Students with Disabilities -Ever English Learner Oregon Different Languages Spoken 24.0 Regular Attenders -Mobile Students

IMMUNIZATION RATES Percent of students with all required vaccines: 98 Percent of students without all required vaccines: 2 When data are unavailable or to protect student confidentiality: * refers to groups of less than 6 students. <5 indicates that a percentage is less than 5%.

*** 14% 12% 4 85.6% 12.9%

American Indian/Alaska Native, 0% Asian, 1% Black/African American, 1% Hispanic/Latino, 22% Multi-Racial, 4% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, 0% White, 73% 0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

100%

(The percent without required vaccines includes students with medical exemptions, nonmedical exemptions, no immunization records, or up-to-date but incomplete immunization records. Visit http://www.healthoregon.org/immdata for more information.) >95 indicates that a percentage is greater than 95%. *** refers to a school that offers lunch at no charge to all students.

The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) will not assign summative, overall ratings to schools on the 2016-17 report cards given the upcoming implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) in 2017-18. However, the ODE will report indicator ratings (e.g., achievement, growth, graduation, etc.) for each school and student group on the 2016-17 Report Card (RC) Rating Details reports. These reports are accessible at http://www.oregon.gov/ode/schools-anddistricts/reportcards. For more information about ESSA and the redesign of the school and district report cards, please visit http://www.oregon.gov/ode/rules-and-policies/ESSA.


OREGON

REPORT CARD

2016-17

Redmond SD 2J John Tuck Elementary School DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT Michael McIntosh

PRINCIPAL Dusty Porter GRADES SERVED 1-5

209 NW 10th St Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 923-4884 tuck.redmond.k12.or.us

PROGRESS

For more report card measures, including detailed demographic information, visit www.oregon.gov/ode/reports-and-data

ARE STUDENTS MAKING ADEQUATE GAINS OVER TIME?

Performance of students enrolled in the school for a full academic year SCHOOL PERFORMANCE Did at least 95% of the students at this school take required assessments? Yes Participation rate criteria are in place to ensure schools test all eligible students. The Smarter Balanced and 2014-15 was the first operational year of the alternate new English language arts and mathematics School Performance (%) assessments have assessments. four performance 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 levels where levels 3 English Language Arts (Administered statewide in grades: 3-8, 11) and 4 are meeting the standard for 41.7 44.3 Levels 3 & 4 school and district 30.9 22.4 accountability. Level 2 27.5 33.3 Level 1 See report cards from previous years to view historical OAKS performance data.

Mathematics

No, Interpret Results with Caution

School Oregon Performance (%) Performance (%) 2016-17 2016-17

Like-School Average (%) 2016-17

42.3 29.1 28.6

49.6 21.4 29.1

47.7 22.8 29.6

40.0 28.2 31.8

43.6 27.6 28.8

40.9 29.3 29.8

(Administered statewide in grades: 3-8, 11) 35.6 35.6 28.7

Levels 3 & 4 Level 2 Level 1

Science (OAKS)

44.0 27.5 28.5

(Administered statewide in Grades: 5, 8, 11)

Exceeded Met Did not meet

75.9

19.0 57.0 24.1

75.3

Visit www.oregon.gov/ode/reports-and-data for additional assessment results.

15.6 59.7 24.7

66.2

12.3 53.8 33.8

63.1

9.2 53.8 36.9

66.0

14.9 51.1 34.0

66.0

11.3 54.7 34.0

*, <5, and >95 are displayed when the data must be suppressed to protect student confidentiality.

OUTCOMES FOR KEY STUDENT GROUPS AT THIS SCHOOL COMPARED TO THE SAME GROUPS STATEWIDE STUDENT GROUP OUTCOMES

School Oregon Like-School Performance Performance Average (%) (%) (%)

Economically Disadvantaged Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science

42.3 40.0 63.1

American Indian/Alaska Native

37.5 31.6 55.0

46.0 39.0 64.7

26.0 23.0 37.1

28.0 24.8 42.0

Ever English Learners Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science

28.6 32.1 69.2

Mathematics

Science

Mathematics

Science

8.3 8.3 46.2

23.4 21.1 38.9

21.1 17.2 37.8

28.6 42.9 *

22.4 19.7 32.9

28.4 22.4 35.3

Mathematics

Science

Science

* * *

30.4 26.6 48.8

29.9 23.2 43.1

* * *

68.5 66.7 73.8

63.2 69.1 65.0

Mathematics

Science

29.0 20.2 40.9

20.0 25.6 50.0

32.7 28.6 73.7

30.9 25.8 44.5

35.4 29.1 56.6

25.0 12.5 *

54.7 47.5 71.7

46.9 39.8 70.2

Mathematics

Science

* * *

Mathematics

Science

>95 >95 >95

Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science

Science

* * *

33.8 26.6 43.8

50.0 40.0 75.0

Eng. Lang. Arts

46.3 45.0 60.0

56.6 50.2 75.0

52.6 45.4 70.1

Mathematics

Science

Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

50.9 41.5 64.9

54.1 42.2 64.4

50.6 38.4 63.6

Science

34.2 38.6 60.7

45.2 44.9 67.4

44.7 43.5 68.5

Male

Multi-Racial 94.8 95.0 97.7

Mathematics

Female

* * *

Eng. Lang. Arts

Eng. Lang. Arts

Eng. Lang. Arts

White

Eng. Lang. Arts

Hispanic/Latino

Talented and Gifted Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Black/African American

Migrant Eng. Lang. Arts

Eng. Lang. Arts

School Oregon Like-School Performance Performance Average (%) (%) (%)

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

Asian

Students with Disabilities Eng. Lang. Arts

School Oregon Like-School Performance Performance Average (%) (%) (%)

Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science

*, <5, and >95 are displayed when the data must be suppressed to protect student confidentiality.


OREGON

REPORT CARD

2016-17

Redmond SD 2J John Tuck Elementary School DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT Michael McIntosh

PRINCIPAL Dusty Porter GRADES SERVED 1-5

209 NW 10th St Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 923-4884 tuck.redmond.k12.or.us

For more report card measures, including detailed demographic information, visit www.oregon.gov/ode/reports-and-data

CURRICULUM & LEARNING ENVIRONMENT WHAT IS THIS SCHOOL DOING TO IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING AND TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR THE FUTURE?

SCHOOL READINESS

ACADEMIC SUPPORT

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES/ AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

N/A

· Title IA Reading and Math Support · Tier II Intervention and Enrichment for all students in Math and Reading · Tier III Intervention for students who are two or more years below grade level in math and/or reading.

· Chess for Success · Robotics · Title I Reading and Math Clubs · Running Club

ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT

· Chess for Success · Robotics · Title I Reading and Math Clubs · TAG

· Girls on the Run · Boys and Girls Basketball Club · Girl Scouts · Garden Club

Data and information in the Curriculum and Learning Environment section were provided by local schools and districts, and were not verified by the Oregon Department of Education.


OREGON

REPORT CARD

2016-17

Redmond SD 2J Elton Gregory Middle School DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT Michael McIntosh

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PRINCIPAL Chad Lowe GRADES SERVED 6-8

1220 NW Upas Ave Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 526-6440 egms.redmond.k12.or.us

FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Dear Parents and Community Members,

above the state average of 62.8%.

This report card is issued by the Oregon Department of Education, and provides information about our schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s performance on the Smarter Balanced Assessment in Math, Language Arts, and Science Oaks. The data presented on this report compares the performance of Elton Gregory Middle School (EGMS) students with the performance of all students statewide. The data allows us to look at the student population as a whole or to break the general population into smaller identified subgroups.

EGMS students in the subgroups of Economically Disadvantaged and Ever English Learners continue to have higher scores in Math, Language Arts, and Science than the state average. Students identified as Hispanic/Latino continued to score significantly higher than the state average in all tested areas. While state test scores are only one of many measures of school performance, we are proud that last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s data demonstrates that our school is performing above the state average. This data helps us identify areas on which to focus energy and resources for continued student growth. Thank you for your continued support and partnership as we work together to prepare your children for their future!

A score of 3 or 4 is considered meeting the benchmark. In Language Arts, 55.2% of our students met benchmark; this is identical to the state average. In Math, 43.6% of our students met benchmark, which represents a 3.6% growth from last year, and is above the state average of 41.9%. In Science, 67.9% of our students meet benchmarks, 5.1%

Thank you, Principal

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Chad Lowe

SCHOOL PROFILE

STUDENTS

ENROLLMENT 2016-17 MEDIAN CLASS SIZE English Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies Self-Contained

School

33.0 33.0 33.0 32.5 --

619 SELECTED DEMOGRAPHICS Economically Disadvantaged Oregon Students with Disabilities 24.0 Ever English Learner 24.0 26.0 Different Languages Spoken 26.0 Regular Attenders -Mobile Students

IMMUNIZATION RATES Percent of students with all required vaccines: 97 Percent of students without all required vaccines: 3 When data are unavailable or to protect student confidentiality: * refers to groups of less than 6 students. <5 indicates that a percentage is less than 5%.

48% 15% 13% 3 78.9% 16.4%

American Indian/Alaska Native, 2% Asian, 0% Black/African American, 0% Hispanic/Latino, 20% Multi-Racial, 5% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, 0% White, 74% 0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

100%

(The percent without required vaccines includes students with medical exemptions, nonmedical exemptions, no immunization records, or up-to-date but incomplete immunization records. Visit http://www.healthoregon.org/immdata for more information.) >95 indicates that a percentage is greater than 95%. *** refers to a school that offers lunch at no charge to all students.

The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) will not assign summative, overall ratings to schools on the 2016-17 report cards given the upcoming implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) in 2017-18. However, the ODE will report indicator ratings (e.g., achievement, growth, graduation, etc.) for each school and student group on the 2016-17 Report Card (RC) Rating Details reports. These reports are accessible at http://www.oregon.gov/ode/schools-anddistricts/reportcards. For more information about ESSA and the redesign of the school and district report cards, please visit http://www.oregon.gov/ode/rules-and-policies/ESSA.


OREGON

REPORT CARD

2016-17

Redmond SD 2J Elton Gregory Middle School DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT Michael McIntosh

PRINCIPAL Chad Lowe GRADES SERVED 6-8

1220 NW Upas Ave Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 526-6440 egms.redmond.k12.or.us

PROGRESS

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ARE STUDENTS MAKING ADEQUATE GAINS OVER TIME?

Performance of students enrolled in the school for a full academic year SCHOOL PERFORMANCE Did at least 95% of the students at this school take required assessments? Yes Participation rate criteria are in place to ensure schools test all eligible students. The Smarter Balanced and 2014-15 was the first operational year of the alternate new English language arts and mathematics School Performance (%) assessments have assessments. four performance 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 levels where levels 3 English Language Arts (Administered statewide in grades: 3-8, 11) and 4 are meeting the standard for 55.8 58.4 Levels 3 & 4 school and district 23.6 29.0 accountability. Level 2 20.6 12.6 Level 1 See report cards from previous years to view historical OAKS performance data.

Mathematics

No, Interpret Results with Caution

School Oregon Performance (%) Performance (%) 2016-17 2016-17

Like-School Average (%) 2016-17

55.2 28.8 16.0

55.2 23.9 20.9

58.0 24.4 17.6

43.6 32.5 23.9

41.9 26.6 31.5

41.7 30.2 28.1

(Administered statewide in grades: 3-8, 11) 41.1 32.0 26.9

Levels 3 & 4 Level 2 Level 1

Science

40.5 33.8 25.7

(Administered statewide in Grades: 5, 8, 11)

Exceeded Met Did not meet

67.0

11.7 55.3 33.0

66.3

Visit www.oregon.gov/ode/reports-and-data for additional assessment results.

8.0 58.3 33.7

68.9

7.9 61.0 31.1

67.9

5.9 62.0 32.1

62.8

11.5 51.3 37.2

66.0

11.5 54.6 34.0

*, <5, and >95 are displayed when the data must be suppressed to protect student confidentiality.

OUTCOMES FOR KEY STUDENT GROUPS AT THIS SCHOOL COMPARED TO THE SAME GROUPS STATEWIDE STUDENT GROUP OUTCOMES

School Oregon Like-School Performance Performance Average (%) (%) (%)

Economically Disadvantaged Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science

45.7 38.3 54.5

American Indian/Alaska Native

42.3 28.4 51.0

44.2 28.6 54.8

35.8 24.5 37.1

36.3 22.8 42.4

Ever English Learners Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science

46.6 35.2 45.2

Mathematics

Science

Mathematics

Science

9.2 8.2 19.4

18.6 13.8 30.1

18.6 12.7 33.8

40.0 40.0 *

31.2 20.1 31.7

32.9 24.6 41.8

Mathematics

Science

Science

28.6 25.0 *

35.6 26.1 49.1

36.9 32.2 54.9

* * *

75.2 68.9 69.5

81.1 65.5 80.7

Mathematics

Science

33.4 19.2 34.3

47.4 28.0 39.5

47.8 38.7 51.2

38.7 24.8 42.0

42.1 28.0 45.5

72.0 60.0 87.5

59.3 45.1 67.7

59.5 40.4 69.5

Mathematics

Science

>95 >95 *

Mathematics

Science

>95 >95 >95

Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science

Science

* * *

38.8 27.2 41.9

54.5 36.4 59.3

Eng. Lang. Arts

56.7 44.3 73.1

60.9 47.5 70.9

61.8 45.1 71.2

Mathematics

Science

Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

59.6 41.9 67.0

61.5 42.7 60.8

64.4 42.1 63.6

Science

51.2 45.2 68.7

49.2 41.2 64.7

51.5 41.4 68.3

Male

Multi-Racial 95.4 94.1 97.5

Mathematics

Female

* * *

Eng. Lang. Arts

Eng. Lang. Arts

Eng. Lang. Arts

White

Eng. Lang. Arts

Hispanic/Latino

Talented and Gifted Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Black/African American

Migrant Eng. Lang. Arts

Eng. Lang. Arts

School Oregon Like-School Performance Performance Average (%) (%) (%)

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

Asian

Students with Disabilities Eng. Lang. Arts

School Oregon Like-School Performance Performance Average (%) (%) (%)

Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science

*, <5, and >95 are displayed when the data must be suppressed to protect student confidentiality.


OREGON

REPORT CARD

2016-17

Redmond SD 2J Elton Gregory Middle School DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT Michael McIntosh

PRINCIPAL Chad Lowe GRADES SERVED 6-8

1220 NW Upas Ave Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 526-6440 egms.redmond.k12.or.us

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CURRICULUM & LEARNING ENVIRONMENT WHAT IS THIS SCHOOL DOING TO IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING AND TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR THE FUTURE?

SCHOOL READINESS

ACADEMIC SUPPORT

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES/ AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

· Student Mentor Program eases the transition into middle school with role models and support. · School programming that supports and reinforces positive behavior. · Team Structure. · Extracurricular activities and athletics available to all students. · Reading and Math Strategies Classes will continue at all grade levels. · Differentiated Instructional Strategies and co-teaching will address all levels of learners. · School Improvement Wednesdays will focus on instructional best practices. · Teachers are developing common assessments and student learning outcome targets. · This year, we have Read 180 and System 44 intervention programs available to address reading fluency and comprehension deficits.

· Student Success Teams to support struggling students.

ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT · Spanish, Art, Technology, and Band are offered to all grade levels. Leadership and Engineering are available for all 8th grade students.

· 8th grade students have the opportunity to earn high school credit by completing Algebra I and Spanish I. · We are in our third year of AVID implementation, which brings highly effective college- readiness strategies to every classroom. These strategies include effective organization, note taking, critical reading, collaboration, inquiry, public speaking, and career connections for all students. We are offering AVID Elective for 7th and 8th grade students. Avid Elective Students will participate in a full year of the AVID curriculum, aimed at school success, career exploration and college readiness.

CAREER & TECHNICAL We have adopted the Naviance program for EDUCATION online career and aptitude exploration, high school planning, and college readiness.

Volleyball, Cross Country, Football, Wrestling, Basketball, Track, Caldera Arts Academy, Drama Club, Sparrow Club, Student Mentor Program, Yearbook, Math Olympiad, Oregon Battle of the Books, Chess Club

Data and information in the Curriculum and Learning Environment section were provided by local schools and districts, and were not verified by the Oregon Department of Education.


OREGON

REPORT CARD

2016-17

Redmond High School

DISTRICT Redmond SD 2J SUPERINTENDENT Michael McIntosh PRINCIPAL Paul Nolan GRADES SERVED 9-12

675 SW Rimrock Dr Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 923-4800 rhs.redmond.k12.or.us

For more report card measures, including detailed demographic information, visit www.oregon.gov/ode/reports-and-data

FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Dear Parents and Community Members, At RHS we care about our students and will never give up on them. This annual report card is issued by the Oregon Department of Education. It provides a detailed picture of what Redmond High School (RHS) offers to our students. The report card also details progress on state tests and what outcomes students are achieving at RHS. This was the third year of the new Smarter Balanced test. The totality of a child is not a test score number. It is important to remember that scores on state assessments do not capture all of the progress that a child makes in their academic career. However, these scores help our students, their teachers, and you understand more about our strengths and areas for improvement so learning gaps can be addressed. We will continue our persistence to help ensure that all Redmond High School graduates continue to leave RHS college and career ready. RHS Student Progress Towards Graduation:

· Graduation Rate: Our 4 year graduation rate continues to increase. Last year it increased 5%, to 78.8%, and now beats the state average by 4%. · On track to graduate: 88.5% of RHS Freshmen are on track to graduate within 4 years. This beats the state average of 82.6%. · Closing the Achievement Gap: The following groups of students exceed the state’s average graduation rate for their sub groups: Students identified as Economically Disadvantaged, English Language Learners, Students with a Disability, Migrant students, Asian students, Black/African American students, Hispanic/Latino students, Multi-Racial students, and White students. We hope to see you at parent teacher conferences and welcome you to stay in close contact with your student’s teachers. You can view your student’s assignments and grades any time through ParentVUE online at redmondschools.org.

Thank you, Principal

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Paul Nolan

SCHOOL PROFILE

STUDENTS

ENROLLMENT 2016-17 MEDIAN CLASS SIZE English Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies Self-Contained

School

34.0 28.0 31.0 33.5 --

914 SELECTED DEMOGRAPHICS Economically Disadvantaged Oregon Students with Disabilities 24.0 Ever English Learner 24.0 26.0 Different Languages Spoken 26.0 Regular Attenders -Mobile Students

IMMUNIZATION RATES Percent of students with all required vaccines: 98 Percent of students without all required vaccines: 2 When data are unavailable or to protect student confidentiality: * refers to groups of less than 6 students. <5 indicates that a percentage is less than 5%.

52% 14% 14% 9 67.5% 20.2%

American Indian/Alaska Native, 2% Asian, 1% Black/African American, 1% Hispanic/Latino, 20% Multi-Racial, 3% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, 0% White, 74% 0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

100%

(The percent without required vaccines includes students with medical exemptions, nonmedical exemptions, no immunization records, or up-to-date but incomplete immunization records. Visit http://www.healthoregon.org/immdata for more information.) >95 indicates that a percentage is greater than 95%. *** refers to a school that offers lunch at no charge to all students.

The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) will not assign summative, overall ratings to schools on the 2016-17 report cards given the upcoming implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) in 2017-18. However, the ODE will report indicator ratings (e.g., achievement, growth, graduation, etc.) for each school and student group on the 2016-17 Report Card (RC) Rating Details reports. These reports are accessible at http://www.oregon.gov/ode/schools-anddistricts/reportcards. For more information about ESSA and the redesign of the school and district report cards, please visit http://www.oregon.gov/ode/rules-and-policies/ESSA.


OREGON

REPORT CARD

2016-17

Redmond High School

DISTRICT Redmond SD 2J SUPERINTENDENT Michael McIntosh PRINCIPAL Paul Nolan GRADES SERVED 9-12

675 SW Rimrock Dr Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 923-4800 rhs.redmond.k12.or.us

PROGRESS

ARE STUDENTS MAKING ADEQUATE GAINS OVER TIME?

Performance of students enrolled in the school for a full academic year SCHOOL PERFORMANCE Did at least 95% of the students at this school take required assessments? Yes Participation rate criteria are in place to ensure schools test all eligible students. The Smarter Balanced and 2014-15 was the first operational year of the alternate new English language arts and mathematics School Performance (%) assessments have assessments. four performance 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 levels where levels 3 English Language Arts (Administered statewide in grades: 3-8, 11) and 4 are meeting the standard for 69.4 61.4 Levels 3 & 4 school and district 21.0 24.4 accountability. Level 2 9.6 14.2 Level 1 See report cards from previous years to view historical OAKS performance data.

Mathematics

19.6 28.5 51.9

School Oregon Performance (%) Performance (%) 2016-17 2016-17

Like-School Average (%) 2016-17

67.5 17.0 15.5

71.1 16.9 12.0

70.5 17.3 12.1

18.6 32.8 48.6

25.8 32.3 41.9

35.3 27.3 37.4

33.6 30.6 35.8

(Administered statewide in Grades: 5, 8, 11)

Exceeded Met Did not meet

61.4

8.1 53.3 38.6

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FRESHMEN ON-TRACK TO GRADUATE

No, Interpret Results with Caution

(Administered statewide in grades: 3-8, 11)

Levels 3 & 4 Level 2 Level 1

Science

OUTCOMES

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57.2

4.4 52.8 42.8

49.7

1.6 48.1 50.3

48.8

4.9 43.9 51.2

57.8

8.0 49.8 42.2

62.5

7.1 55.4 37.5

*, <5, and >95 are displayed when the data must be suppressed to protect student confidentiality.

WHAT ARE STUDENTS ACHIEVING IN HIGH SCHOOL?

School Performance (%) 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

School Oregon Performance (%) Performance (%) 2016-17 2016-17

Like-School Average (%) 2016-17

Students who earned 25% of the credits required for a regular diploma by the end of their freshman year. 88.4

Freshmen on track to graduate within 4 years

91.9

90.7

School Performance (%) 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Note: Graduation methodology changed in 2013-14.

88.9

83.4

School Oregon Performance (%) Performance (%) 2015-16 2015-16

GRADUATION Students earning a standard diploma within four years of entering high school. RATE Overall graduation rate 50.4 66.7 73.8 78.8

74.8

81.9

Like-School Average (%) 2015-16

80.5

COMPLETION Students earning a regular, modified, extended, or adult high school diploma or completing a GED within five RATE years of entering high school. Overall completion rate

DROPOUT RATE

CONTINUING EDUCATION

84.3

90.7

81.1

84.2

81.9

86.6

4.2

3.9

2.8

Students who dropped out during the school year and did not re-enroll. Overall dropout rate

1.0

3.1

3.9

School Performance (%) 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14

Students continuing their education after high school. Students who enrolled in a community college or four-year school within 16 months of graduation

48.3

49.8

43.5

School Oregon Performance (%) Performance (%) 2014-15 2014-15

48.2

57.4

Like-School Average (%) 2014-15

50.2

*, <5, and >95 are displayed when the data must be suppressed to protect student confidentiality.


OREGON

REPORT CARD

2016-17

Redmond High School 675 SW Rimrock Dr Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 923-4800 rhs.redmond.k12.or.us

DISTRICT Redmond SD 2J SUPERINTENDENT Michael McIntosh PRINCIPAL Paul Nolan GRADES SERVED 9-12

For more report card measures, including detailed demographic information, visit www.oregon.gov/ode/reports-and-data

OUTCOMES FOR KEY STUDENT GROUPS AT THIS SCHOOL COMPARED TO THE SAME GROUPS STATEWIDE STUDENT GROUP OUTCOMES

School Oregon Like-School Performance Performance Average (%) (%) (%)

School Oregon Like-School Performance Performance Average (%) (%) (%)

School Oregon Like-School Performance Performance Average (%) (%) (%)

Economically Disadvantaged 85.9 75.8 On Track 75.8 68.1 Graduation 81.4 76.8 Completion 3.5 4.2 Dropout

77.0 76.0 83.4 3.0

American Indian/Alaska Native 83.3 70.3 On Track 50.0 56.4 Graduation 50.0 66.7 Completion 11.8 9.1 Dropout

76.4 63.6 76.6 4.6

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander * 76.1 On Track -70.1 Graduation -73.6 Completion 0.0 5.5 Dropout

94.4 90.5 91.3 1.0

Ever English Learners 89.5 On Track 79.3 Graduation Completion 90.9 Dropout 4.3

78.7 71.1 75.6 4.0

77.3 79.6 84.7 2.8

Asian On Track Graduation Completion Dropout

>95 88.0 91.9 1.3

90.9 84.9 90.3 1.4

White On Track Graduation Completion Dropout

89.4 78.5 83.2 4.3

85.3 76.6 83.9 3.6

83.3 81.3 87.5 2.7

Students with Disabilities On Track 83.3 69.5 Graduation 68.9 55.5 Completion 75.0 64.9 Dropout 4.0 5.7

69.8 65.4 72.1 4.6

Black/African American On Track * 75.6 Graduation 100.0 66.1 Completion 80.0 72.2 Dropout 7.7 6.3

66.0 95.9 78.8 3.4

Female On Track Graduation Completion Dropout

89.3 77.4 86.4 5.1

86.5 78.4 84.6 3.4

85.1 84.2 87.8 2.4

Migrant On Track Graduation Completion Dropout

Male On Track Graduation Completion Dropout

88.6 80.0 82.4 3.5

80.4 71.4 79.4 4.5

78.9 76.9 85.3 3.2

* 100.0 100.0 0.0

* 71.4 100.0 10.0

76.1 68.9 73.8 4.0

77.0 78.5 81.3 1.6

Hispanic/Latino On Track 87.5 Graduation 80.0 Completion 87.8 Dropout 3.2

77.3 69.4 76.5 4.6

77.5 78.7 85.4 3.2

Talented and Gifted On Track >95 Graduation 77.8 Completion 100.0 Dropout 0.0

>95 92.7 96.8 0.6

>95 93.2 97.3 0.6

Multi-Racial On Track Graduation Completion Dropout

83.6 74.4 81.3 4.1

81.6 77.0 81.7 3.2

87.5 80.0 100.0 4.0

*, <5, and >95 are displayed when the data must be suppressed to protect student confidentiality.

On-Track data are based on the 2016-17 school year; all other data are based on the 2015-16 school year. See previous page for outcome definitions.

CURRICULUM & LEARNING ENVIRONMENT WHAT IS THIS SCHOOL DOING TO IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING AND TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR THE FUTURE?

SCHOOL READINESS

· Starting mentor program for all students in the 2016-2017 school year. · On-site school-based health clinic. · On-site Family Access Network (FAN) advocate. · Counseling staff support student academic, social, and emotional needs.

· Camp 9 Freshman Summer Camp - Helps freshman students make connections to RHS and receive academic support. · Credit Recovery and GED Program

Data and information in the Curriculum and Learning Environment section were provided by local schools and districts, and were not verified by the Oregon Department of Education.


OREGON

REPORT CARD

2016-17

Redmond High School 675 SW Rimrock Dr Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 923-4800 rhs.redmond.k12.or.us

DISTRICT Redmond SD 2J SUPERINTENDENT Michael McIntosh PRINCIPAL Paul Nolan GRADES SERVED 9-12

For more report card measures, including detailed demographic information, visit www.oregon.gov/ode/reports-and-data

CURRICULUM & LEARNING ENVIRONMENT CONTINUED . . . ACADEMIC SUPPORT · Full spectrum of Special Education services. · Student Support Teams to quickly identify students in need of help to be successful in the classroom. · College and Career Center to support student post- high school education and training plans. · Educational Resource Center to support extra help in academic areas. · Response to Intervention Model · Focus on Providing Trauma- Sensitive Classrooms

CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION · Central Oregon’s Premier Career Technical Education Program · Agriculture · Veterinary Medicine · Animal/Equine Science · Marketing · Business · Entrepreneurship · School Based Business, · Accounting · Woodworking · Construction Manufacturing, · Floral Design · Computer Integrated Manufacturing, · 3D Printing

ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT AP Courses in: English, Math, Social Sciences, and Science

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES · 20 varsity sport programs. · Student-led clubs including National Honor Society, FBLA, Skills USA, VEX Robotics, Key Club, Guitar Club, Sparrow Club, FCA, Health Club, and 4 OSAA co-curricular programs. · Award winning MCJROTC program.

· Plasma Cutting · Welding · Automotive · Small Gas Engine instruction. · Select Math and Science Courses aligned with current industry skills.

Data and information in the Curriculum and Learning Environment section were provided by local schools and districts, and were not verified by the Oregon Department of Education.


The City of Redmond, Oregon, incorporated on July 6, 1910, is located on the eastern side of Oregon's Cascade Mountain Range, and is considered the geographical heart of Central Oregon, within easy access to a multitude of recreational opportunities. This High Desert community encompasses 15 1/2 square miles (approx. 9,974 acres) and is located on a flat plateau, at an elevation of 3,077 feet above sea level. Redmond is 15 miles north of Bend, the county seat for Deschutes County; 144 miles from Portland; 129 miles from Salem, the State Capital; and 126 miles from Eugene. The City of Redmond is the operator of the region's only commercial airline service airport, Roberts Field. Redmond is a progressive full-service municipality and is considered one of the fastest growing industrial and residential communities in the State of Oregon, currently hosting a population of 21,109 residents; the growth rate continues to be about 8% per year. Redmond School District encompasses 556 square miles and operates 6 elementary schools along with 2 middle schools and 1 high school. Redmond's climate is considered semi-arid with a mean annual precipitation of only 8.64 inches, so residents enjoy many sunny days during the four distinct seasons of the year.


City of Redmond, Oregon - Quality of Life

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Quality of Life Hospitals St. Charles Medical Center - Redmond completed in 2006 their $30 million expansion and remodeling construction project. SCMC-R is a fully accredited 48-bed hospital offering personalized, quality health care for residents of Redmond and surrounding areas which includes the services of: 24-hour emergency care; intensive/cardiac care; physical, respiratory, and nutritional therapy; radiology; and surgery. Physicians practice in a number of fields including internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, general/vascular, urology, orthopedics, pathology, and a range of other specialties. SCMC-R is in partnership with St. Charles Medical Center - Bend, which is one of the highest quality, lowest cost hospitals in the nation. Numerous medical and health clinics, offices and related facilities have been constructed in the specially zoned area surrounding the hospital since 2003. Livability As one of Central Oregon's fastest growing communities for the past decade, many people find Redmond a very desirable place in which to live. Once a town built around the agriculture industry, Redmondites have a distinct sense of pride about their community and most picture a bright future for the community. Several large-scale projects have been initiated to protect and enhance the community's quality of life. One of the largest scale projects, over $80 million, is shifting pass-through traffic from US Hwy 97 which cuts through the center of the historic downtown area to a new highway re-route east of the central business district. With this project under construction and expected to be completed in 2008, a renaissance is already underway redeveloping the downtown area into a pedestrian friendly environment for entrainment and commerce. Recreation With over 2.5 million acres of public land and open space in Central Oregon, outdoor recreation enthusiasts from professional to beginner find outstanding opportunities for: Hiking (Most anywhere!) Biking (mountain and road) Alpine/cross country skiing and snowboarding (Mt. Bachelor) Water skiing (Lake Billy Chinook & Prineville Reservoir) Motor cross riding Golfing (25 courses) Kayaking (Deschutes River) White water rafting (Deschutes River) Rock climbing (Smith Rock State Park) Mountaineering (Eight Cascade Mountains) Fishing (500 miles of streams and 150 lakes) Hunting ( Camping (Five state parks and numerous Forest Service Campgrounds) Horseback ridingâ&#x20AC;Ś And the list goes on. If you need the outdoors to do it, you can probably do it here. We definitely have seasons but an overall mild climate that enables you to recreate year round. The area receives an average 300 days of sunshine a year and only 12 inches of moisture, mostly snow in the winter. Deep mountain snows provide the water for our recreation paradise.

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Redmond Oregon is surrounded by snow-capped mountains, world class outdoor activities, and a community of welcoming citizens. Located at the geographic center of our thriving tri-county area Redmond is proud to be the â&#x20AC;&#x153;hubâ&#x20AC;? of Central Oregon. As a community of over 27,000 residents, we pride ourselves on being business-friendly and progressive. Focused on our quality of life and future vitality, we strive to create opportunities for individuals, families, and business enterprises to succeed. Combining a small town atmosphere with big city resources, Redmond is an ideal destination for businesses as well as their employees. The community is home to a strong mix of primary employers including medical device manufacturing; precision metals manufacturing and fabrication; food manufacturing and distribution; machinery repair, sales, and distribution; clean technology; medical claims processing and call center facilities. Redmond has been favored by the fast growing manufacturing industry, which has grown nearly 23% in employment over the last four years. Redmond is a dedicated and resilient community with a strong sense of family, community values, and openness to new endeavors. This profile contains key demographic information siting Redmond as a preferred area for new residents and companies alike.

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REDMOND’S TOP PUBLIC & PRIVATE EMPLOYERS According to the Oregon Employment Department, over 75% of Oregon firms have nine or fewer employees and the average firm employs 15 people. Recent research released by Dun & Bradstreet and American Express said that 99.1% of businesses in Oregon were less than $10 million in revenues. To an even greater extent than the state, Central Oregon's business environment is typified by innovative, small companies, producing niche-market products and services. In Redmond, the largest employers include some of the usual suspects: the local school district, health care, large retailers and municipal government. Industries represented in Redmond include: § Bioscience: Medline ReNewal § Aviation and Aerospace manufacturing: Lancair International, Aircraft Rubber, PCC Schlosser, & Stratos Aircraft § Specialty manufacturing: Opportunity Foundation, CR Fabrication, Newhouse Manufacturing, Smith Brothers Pushrods, & McConnell Labs/Light Elegance § Building products manufacturing: Chase Doors, Bright Wood Corporation, & The Parr Company § Corporate administrative and back office centers: Advantage Dental, Consumer Cellular, & Shasta Administrative Services § Food manufacturing (products and processing equipment): Eberhard’s Dairy, Newhouse Manufacturing, Straw Propeller Gourmet Foods, Key Technology, & Oregon’s Wild Harvest § Service & Hospitality: St. Charles Health System & Northview Hotel Group § Transportation & Logistics: Central Oregon Truck Company, Utility Trailer Sales of Central Oregon, Papé Kenworth, Saia Motor Freight Line, USF Reddaway, Old Dominion, Peninsula Truck Lines, & Roadrunner Express

TOP EMPLOYERS IN THE GREATER REDMOND AREA Employment Organization 2015 2016 Redmond School District 819 851 585 580 Consumer Cellular St. Charles Health System – Redmond 504 549 Northview Hotel Group 450 450 Central Oregon Truck Company 312 382 Walmart - Redmond 300 360 PCC Schlosser 305 347 268 279 Fred Meyer - Redmond McDonald's - Redmond 165 240 Opportunity Foundation 392 221 Medline ReNewal 153 175 BasX NA 170 City of Redmond 150 154 150 150 Hooker Creek Companies – Redmond Bright Wood Corporation – Redmond 134 132 Lowe's - Redmond 120 117 Neighbor Impact 84 112 Home Depot - Redmond 110 97 The Parr Company (3 CO locations) 70 95 90 87 Redmond Area Park & Recreation District Advantage Dental Plan 66 81 Chase Doors 76 80 Central Electric Cooperative 79 77 Safeway - Redmond 140 75 Lancair International, Inc. 46 53 46 49 Eberhard's Dairy Products Albertson's Supermarkets - Redmond 53 45 Shasta Administrative Services 40 45 Bi-Mart - Redmond 40 43 Aircraft Rubber Manufacturing 34 39 Les Schwab Retail Store - Redmond 34 37 30 34 Oregon’s Wild Harvest LKQ Brad's Auto and Truck 36 31 McConnell Labs/Light Elegance 18 30 Newhouse Manufacturing 25 28 Smith Brothers Pushrods 23 27 CR Fabrication 25 22 17 19 COCC/MATC – Redmond Straw Propeller Gourmet Foods 16 15 Source: REDI & EDCO Business Research, Feb 2016

Clearly, smaller companies are more crucial to rural communities and it’s fair to say that Redmond’s business environment is comprised primarily of small employers, with a few notable exceptions.

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AVERAGE WAGES FOR SELECT OCCUPATIONS Below are average hourly wages in Oregon, Washington, and California. Central Oregon wages are typically 10% to 20% below those of Oregon. Wages in Washington and California are typically higher than those in Oregon; with California wages at least 20% higher than those in Oregon.

WAGE COMPARISON FOR SELECT OCCUPATIONS (annual average, $ per hour) Occupation Accountant/Auditor Architect, except Landscape & Naval Carpenter Chef & Head Cook Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologist Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operator Computer Programmer Computer User Support Specialist Computer Systems Analyst Customer Service Representative Dental Hygienist Electrician Electrical Engineer Financial Manager Food Service Manager General & Operations Manager Graphic Designer Industrial Machinery Mechanic Industrial Production Manager Landscape Architect Marketing Manager Mechanical Engineer Medical Transcriptionist Middle School Teacher, except Special Ed Multimedia Artist & Animator Network and Computer Systems Administrator Paralegal Physical Therapist Police/Sheriff Patrol Officer Receptionist/Information Clerks Registered Nurse Secretary/Administrative Assistant, except Legal, Medi-

OR

East Cascades

CA

WA

31.65 33.26 20.77 19.49 34.57 18.90 34.69 23.37 40.21 16.64 36.98 33.02 41.81 50.66 23.56 46.81 23.33 26.39 43.02 27.92 49.52 39.01 18.52 28.22 30.39 33.96 26.67 38.17 30.60 13.53 39.87 16.64

29.24 36.32 20.39 19.03 29.06 18.74 36.49 23.53 37.61 13.93 37.20 27.71 36.49 46.90 21.35 38.10 21.57 25.97 39.84 23.66 43.95 41.42 17.43 26.92 n/a 29.87 22.46 36.26 28.18 12.98 39.24 14.89

34.71 41.45 24.16 19.60 39.25 18.02 41.93 27.20 43.62 17.92 48.31 29.91 54.97 62.48 23.20 50.75 26.18 27.27 48.24 38.52 72.90 46.77 23.19 n/a 38.90 41.68 27.91 44.57 43.60 14.20 47.03 18.29

35.56 36.61 25.04 24.93 34.16 25.47 56.27 27.54 46.58 17.77 44.54 31.96 50.09 54.83 25.88 57.92 26.83 27.20 49.86 31.09 66.67 44.53 21.09 n/a 36.92 40.70 27.59 40.79 35.49 15.06 38.29 18.80

42.82 49.23 24.33 18.57 19.34 36.48

34.21 40.26 22.25 18.54 19.09 32.72

56.35 58.71 27.22 19.72 20.23 38.86

56.24 55.38 n/a n/a 21.54 37.44

cal, & Executive

Software Developer, Applications Software Developer, Systems Software Supervisor, Administrative & Office Workers Supervisor, Retail Sales Workers Truck Driver, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer Urban/Regional Planner

Sources: Oregon Employment Department, Washington State Employment Security Department, and California Employment Development Department. The data used to create these estimates came from the Occupational Employment Survey. Data is for Q1 2015â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the most recent data available.

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COVERED EMPLOYMENT & PAYROLL, INDUSTRY MIX Covered employment refers to jobs that are eligible for unemployment insurance. This is a good barometer of wage and sector trends. Note that while most employees are covered, notable exceptions include: the self-employed, those who work solely on commission, and some agricultural workers. Wages include commissions, bonuses, vacation and holiday pay, but do not include benefits. The following page has a chart depicting industry mix in Deschutes County. Deschutes County’s employment base peaked at 69,327 in 2007, current employment has been steadily climbing since the recession ended and now stands at 72,451. Relative to last year (2014 data), all measurements-- the number individuals employed, the associated payroll, and average annual pay—increased across the board, demonstrating a broad return to a healthier economy. In terms of sheer numbers employed, the big gains in industry sectors in Deschutes County were Construction, Manufacturing, Retail, and Education & Health Services. The increase in number of employees in the majority of sectors shows the reverse of a declining trend. Similarly, payroll in Deschutes County expanded by 10.7% and the number employed was up 6.9% with a little over 5,000 workers. Average annual pay registered an improvement of 4.6%.

2015 EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY SECTOR (covered employment data—covered by unemployment insurance) Deschutes County

Region Wide

Number of Employees

Payroll

Average Pay

Number of Employees

Payroll

Average Pay

63,557

$2,518,795,865

$ 39,630

72,350

$2,848,894,243

$39,376

532

23,997,270

45,107

1,194

46,281,044

38,761

Construction

5,138

230,303,186

44,823

5,488

247,200,352

45,043

Manufacturing

4,888

220,461,756

45,102

6,580

286,692,838

43,570

Wholesale

1,836

100,451,328

54,712

2,648

148,931,363

56,242

10,410

298,768,845

28,700

11,498

325,092,540

28,273

Transp., Warehousing & Util.

1,652

81,943,191

49,602

2,090

104,284,179

49,869

Information

1,656

100,112,519

60,454

1,787

120,220,721

67,275

Financial Activities

3,311

182,176,086

55,021

3,541

190,946,432

53,924

Professional & Business Svcs.

8,126

361,720,605

44,513

9,571

378,437,819

39,540

Education & Health Svcs.

11,692

610,000,017

52,172

12,848

659,061,549

51,296

Leisure & Hospitality

11,396

227,474,893

19,960

12,627

249,302,006

19,743

2,903

80,838,601

27,846

3,448

91,422,569

26,514

8,894

431,034,332

48,463

12,609

589,419,858

46,745

72,451

$2,949,830,197

$40,714

84,961

$3,438,314,101

$40,469

Industry Total Private Coverage Natural Resources & Mining

Retail

Other Services Total All Government Total All Ownerships Source: Oregon Employment Department

INDUSTRY MIX Central Oregon has an ever-more diverse mix of industries that create the employment foundation for the regional economy. For example, in 2007, construction accounted for more than 11% of total payroll, while today it is much closer to national averages. A large slice of the overall pie, government, has seen its share of payroll disperse to other sectors such as education and health services (the fastest growing sector). Information, which includes software, IT services, and data centers, has grown by 30% over the past decade. Tourism (leisure and hospitality) has also seen gains in the past 10 years.

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Regional Industry Composition Nat'l Resources & Mining 2%

(Quarterly Census of Employment & Wages) Construction 8%

Government 17%

Manufacturing 9%

Trade, Transportation, & Utilities 3% Other Services 5%

Information 2%

Financial Activities 5%

Leisure & Hospitality 18% Professional & Business Services 13% Education & Health Services 18%

COSTS OF DOING BUSINESS IN REDMOND

BUSINESS COSTS IN REDMOND

In the Central Oregon Tri-County area, Redmond has established a reputation for affordable utilities, low development fees, and quick response from local government to the needs of each individual business. Redmondâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s location at the geographic center of the region enables companies located here to draw talent from the entire tri-county area, further increasing workforce options for employers.

Category

Cost

Industrial Land

$2.50 - $5.00/SF

City Land

$2.00 - $3.00/SF

Construction- Industrial Leases:

Business

Industrial Commercial Retail

$60 to $80/SF $0.40 - $0.65/SF $0.75 - $1.40/SF $0.40 - $1.50/SF

NNN NNN NNN

$55/year

Standard fee There are many great reasons to relocate to Redmond. License plus $1.50/employee per year Competitive land and lease rates have drawn many industrial companies to Redmond over the last decade. These Source: REDI Business Research, March 2015 affordable rates coupled with property tax incentives available within the Greater Redmond Area Enterprise Zone assists businesses in helping to reduce overhead costs significantly during the early years following relocation or expansion. More information on the Enterprise Zone can be obtained by contacting REDI at 541-923-5223.

LAND OPTIONS Redmond has approximately 1,200 acres of available industrial zoned land. There are several large parcels of land from 24 acres to more than 200 acres- currently vacant and available for purchase. Smaller lots from less than one acre to five acres can also be easily found. There is an additional 480 acres within close proximity to the Redmond Municipal Airport available for ground lease. More than half a dozen industrial parks dot the landscape and provide services for expanding local and new companies. On the east side of Redmond in the Redmond industrial zone, one 80-acre industrial site has been certified by the state as being ready for construction within 180 days of purchase closure.

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The range of available space is diverse, from spec developments to existing buildings, including industrial condominiums and flex space varying from 1,000 to 60,000 SF. Many include dock high loading capabilities, with access to both US 97 and Highway 126. Access to rail is also available via Prineville Railway’s “trans load” multimodal facility in north Redmond.

COSTS OF DOING BUSINESS IN OREGON Oregon has achieved national status for being a cost competitive location for business. The table below compares the cost of doing business in Oregon, Washington, and California. Major contributing factors to the Oregon advantage are no sales tax, no inventory tax, an affordable property tax system, and affordable labor costs. Average industrial, commercial, and residential power costs are nearly half those in California and on average 25% below national averages. Oregon continues to see a steady improvement in its economy, particularly as employment strengthens and is projected to continue to grow and even accelerate. In a recent report by the Milken Institute on the Bend-Redmond MSA it states, “Recent job momentum points to an expanding economy, with the metro recording the third-fastest overall job gains in the nation over the 12 months ending in August 2015. Bend-Redmond MSA finished third among small metros in oneyear job growth ending in 2014, outpacing the national average by 4 percentage points during that period.”

BUSINESS COST COMPARISON – U.S. West Coast Business Factor

Oregon

California

Washington

Average Industrial Electricity Rate (Mar. 2016; ¢/kWh)

5.59¢

10.49¢

4.13¢

Average Industrial Rate for Natural Gas (Dec. 2015, $/kcf) Average Annual Wage for Production Worker (Q1, 2015)

$5.59 $31,680

$6.92 $32,397

$7.27 $28,825

Base Unemployment Insurance, range of rates (As of July 1, 2015) State Unemployment Insurance Tax Rates (As of July 1, 2015)

.015 – 5.4% (base: $35,700) 2.2% 5.4%

.016 – 6.2% (base: $7,000) 1.3% 5.4%

0.17 – 5.84% (base: $42,100) .17% 5.84%

$4,793

$4,712

$4,973

$1.37 5.0% ($0) 9.9% ($125,000) 6.6% ($0) 7.6% (>$1M) None None None None None

$3.48 1.0% ($0) 13.3% ($1,000,000)

$2.00

8.84% ($0)

None

None 7.5% (Average) 0.98% 8.48% 8.84%

0.13-3.3% 6.5% (Average) 2.4% 8.9% 8.89%

$0

$1,159

$1,978

30¢

37.5¢

Min Max Average Annual Premium for Employer Sponsored Single Person Health Insurance (Employer Contribution,2014 data) Workers’ Comp premium index rate (as of Jan 1, 2014) Lowest State Individual Income Tax Rates (2014) Highest State Corporate Income Tax Rates (As of July 1, Lowest 2015) Highest State/local gross receipts, operations-based business tax State State & Local Sales Tax Rates (As of July 1, 2015) Local Combined Sales or Use Taxes on Construction Costs (FY 2013) State Sales Tax Collections Per Capita (FY 2013) State Gasoline Tax Rates (cents per gallon) (As of July 2015)

Excise tax

31.07¢

None

State & Local Tax Burden Per Capita (2012)

$4,094.86

$5,237.19

$4,541.48

State Tax Collection Per Capita (July 1, 2015)

$1,296

$1,363

Real Estate Transfer Tax

None

0.110%

State Business Tax Climate Index (2015 Tax Foundation)

#11

#48

$1,345 1.28% of sales price + local taxes #12

Sources: Tax Foundation, Oregon Employment Department, Washington State Employment Security Department, and California Employment Development Department, US Energy Information Association, Employer Health Benefits Survey, Premium rate ranking index, Oregon Insurance Division, 1 Washington does not have a corporate income tax but does have a gross receipts tax (Business & Occupancy Tax). While not strictly comparable to corporate income tax rates, it is imposed on revenues, not profits, resulting in noteworthy effective tax rates, particularly for small businesses and startups.2 The average DMV car registration in CA is not easy to find as it includes a vehicle license fee which is based on a percentage (0.65%) of the purchase price.

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Workers’ Compensation Insurance OREGON WORKERS' COMPENSATION RATES OVER TIME Total Average Employer Cost/$100 of Payroll

Oregon workers’ compensation costs, TH the 9 lowest in the nation, decreased for the third-straight year. Stable costs for lost wages and lower average medical care costs are driving a decrease in the pure premium rate. In 2016 the Oregon employer will pay a rate of $1.10 per $100 of payroll for pure premium, premium assessment, and Workers’ Benefit Fund assessment; this is the portion of the premium employers pay insurers to cover anticipated claims costs for job-related injuries and deaths.

$3.50 $3.00 $2.50

$2.34

$2.00

$1.58

$1.35

$1.50 $1.00 $0.50 $0.00

For manufacturers, in places like California ($3.48/$100 of payroll), the cost Source: Workers' Compensation Costs savings of worker’s compensation insurance in Oregon can be substantial. A company employing 50 people could see a six-figure annual savings on this one cost factor alone. The pure premium rate in Oregon has either remained the same or decreased for 22 of the past 24 years – making this cost among the lowest in the country for employers. UNEMPLOYMENT TREND Regarded as a lagging indicator by most economists, this chart provides a five-year perspective on unemployment in the Tri-County area. Since early 2011, unemployment rates have been reduced significantly. As of December 2015, Deschutes County’s unemployment rate of 5.6% is finally lower than the rates in December 2007. Crook County’s rate fell to 8.0%, the lowest rate since March 2008. The unemployment rates keep dropping in Jefferson County from 16% in April 2009 to 7.3% today, a statistically significant decline. Because of Central Oregon’s sustained strong in-migration, job creation typically lags population growth, a reason why historically, Oregon’s unemployment rate tracks higher than the national rate.

RECENT TRENDS IN UNEMPLOYMENT RATES 16.0 14.0

15.1 13.1 12.6

13.8 12.3 11.1

Percent

12.0 10.0

9.7

8.0

8.9

10.9 9.8 8.5 7.1

8.6 7.8

6.0

9.5

6.6

4.0

8.1 6.5 5.8

8.0

5.5

5.4 5.0

7.3 5.6

2.0 0.0

Crook Co

Jefferson Co

Bend MSA (Deschutes Co)

Oregon

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HOUSING COSTS Average Monthly Rent

AVERAGE MONTHLY RENT

The Central Oregon rental market began tightening in 2010 and faces heightened demand in the midst of constrained supply. According to the Central Oregon Rental Owners Association, current vacancy rates have shrunk to 1.04% as of March 2015, down from 12.4% in 2009.

Area Bend Redmond/Terrebonne Madras/Culver Prineville La Pine Sunriver Sisters

(3 Bedroom House, listed in $) 2009 2010 2011 2012 1003 969 1012 1231 884 863 911 975 834 849 817 800 790 809 847 835 890 905 861 889 1000 991 896 1086 n/a 913 850 922

2013 1110 952 765 755 838 1066 875

2014 1,221 1,014 859 895 880 1,180 898

2015 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

Source: Central Oregon Rental Owners Association (COROA); March 2015 As in-migration to Central Oregon continues, demand for rental housing outstrips supply. This exerts pressure on prices and generates a growing interest in multi-family residential construction, particularly in Redmond. In the last year, two and three bedroom rental houses increased more on a percentage basis than apartments and duplexes; until supply increases, expect the rental market in the next few years to be persistently tight.

MEDIAN RESIDENTIAL HOME SALE COMPARISON Home Prices

Crook County

700,000

Redmondâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s residential housing sales, as with much of the country, peaked to all-time highs in 2006, declined in 2009, and now are continuously rebounding in 2016. In addition to being focused on business friendliness, local leaders work to keep housing affordable as demonstrated by Redmond's current average home price of $244,904 and median price of $223,266.

Bend

600,000 Redmond 500,000 La Pine 400,000 Sisters 300,000 Sunriver

200,000

Jefferson County

100,000

U.S.

0

EXISTING SINGLE FAMILY HOME PRICES (residential, less than one acre, $)

Median Sales Price Crook County Bend Redmond La Pine Sisters Sunriver Jefferson County U.S.

2006 195,500 351,978 262,749 183,500 460,000 575,000 165,080 221,900

2007 199,450 345,000 250,000 215,000 415,000 548,547 177,950 217,900

2008 177,500 289,450 216,000 160,000 367,450 555,738 139,950 196,600

2009 112,000 212,000 147,500 109,000 286,250 402,000 89,900 172,100

2010 91,100 191,750 123,450 99,900 223,750 417,500 69,950 173,200

2011 77,750 190,000 116,000 88,500 198,500 375,000 68,000 166,200

2012 87,000 220,395 132,000 94,900 245,000 347,500 72,500 180,200

2013 127,113 269,000 175,000 133,000 300,000 364,000 85,000 197,100

2014 132,450 289,950 196,275 149,900 269,078 367,500 111,000 208,300

2015 157,750 327,487 223,266 185,000 330,000 375,000 121,000 222,400

224,151 426,044 286,543 237,665 526,626 637,734 187,367 266,000

206,874 353,142 245,204 180,153 437,636 628,979 144,146 242,700

145,040 266,319 170,739 126,606 372,483 458,614 145,040 216,900

120,537 245,069 142,402 110,632 295,488 455,550 78,376 220,000

96,334 238,186 137,214 108,438 248,953 398,948 74,724 214,300

113,980 263,556 148,086 100,940 292,960 381,530 83,152 225,500

148,108 317,735 197,015 146,802 317,442 408,326 96,185 245,500

162,753 344,694 217,263 159,070 316,253 409,227 127,344 225,300

198,455 385,657 244,904 187,896 376,894 421,927 128,783 226,400

Average Sales Price Crook County Bend Redmond La Pine Sisters Sunriver Jefferson County U.S.

212,173 406,122 292,268 202,331 514,259 627,345 170,228 268,200

Sources: Central Oregon Association of Realtors (COAR), National Association of Realtors

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Building Permits While building activity in Redmond has not approached the high-water mark of 2005, it rebounded slightly in 2010, mostly on the strength of improvements to existing properties. Recent years have shown continued growth largely in residential due to increased housing demand. According to Compass Commercial, industrial occupancy rates (net absorption) have been trending upward for the past several years. Redmond’s industrial vacancy rate hovered between 25% and 30% for buildings over 3,000 SF, for most of the recession. However, recent demand has decreased this rate to below 10%. Several buildings are scheduled to be completed with build out for flex space in 2016, increasing the available inventory which includes heavy industrial parks and high-tech business campuses, small flex-space commercial/light industrial complexes and stand-alone manufacturing buildings.

BUILDING ACTIVITY IN REDMOND Year

Residential

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

791 818 510 252 141 63 52 32 90 100 148 195

New Tenant Total Commrtl. Improve. Valuation ($) 39 56 126,030,721 53 83 170,550,153 44 69 111,137,269 53 78 95,626,345 34 54 63,000,687 34 54 24,661,610 18 75 72,399,863 14 56 14,471,470 13 56 25,873,791 8 70 33,444,344 7 91 49,916,914 15 117 61,612,148

Source: City of Redmond

VALUATIONS TAX RATES IN REDMOND

City Financial Data After passage of Measure 50 in 1997, Oregon tax rates were pegged at 90% of 1995 real market values, with an allowable 3% increase each year. For the current tax year, new property and improvements to property are taxed at a value ratio of 80.8% for industrial and commercial property, and 68.4% for residential property. As a result, the current effective property tax rate in Redmond for assessed property is 1.48% for industrial and commercial. The City of Redmond’s overall property taxation rates have remained stable over the past decade, varying only within a narrow band.

Tax Year 2001/02 2002/03 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16

Real Market Value ($) 949,021,643 1,130,185,583 1,251,769,924 1,416,511,590 1,842,610,751 2,511,364,804 3,495,054,319 3,620,909,720 3,165,483,648 2,067,863,281 1,768,609,973 1,570,978,697 1,755,518,370 2,023,890,228 2,308,653,657

Assessed Tax Rate Value ($) 680,946,174 830,150,474 909,656,192 1,025,035,281 1,225,149,004 1,378,140,961 1,541,274,197 1,701,414,206 1,784,947,367 1,723,720,588 1,617,540,325 1,458,008,009 1,615,341,951 1,719,871,105 1,807,600,333

18.7197 18.8648 18.3456 17.9516 17.8424 17.3246 17.0031 17.1162 18.6232 18.3652 18.5072 18.8565 18.4364 18.4150 18.3628

Change Property Ratio Indus- Commertrial cial 0.730 0.740 0.750 0.700 0.737 0.693 0.727 0.683 0.623 0.588 0.572 0.459 0.469 0.400 0.475 0.369 0.532 0.450 0.777 0.651 0.982 0.794 0.875 0.875 0.873 0.873 0.849 0.849 0.808 0.808

Sources: Deschutes County Assessor

Trend Data for Real Estate Real market values for each county in the Tri-County region are shown in the adjacent table. Each county hit their high point in different fiscal years. Values for the fiscal year ending in June 2015 (most recent data from county assessors) show robust growth in the region.

REAL MARKET VALUES BY COUNTY County Crook Deschutes Jefferson Tri-County

2008 3.95 36.92 1.26 42.13

2009 3.19 37.65 1.34 42.18

(in billions of $) 2010 2011 2012 3.45 1.98 1.58 33.16 22.58 20.66 2.49 1.71 1.53 39.10 26.27 23.77

2013 1.81 22.13 1.45 25.39

2015 2.27 28.44 1.60 32.29

Source: County Assessors in Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson Counties. The fiscal year for each county ends in June; data shown reflects that timeframe.

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Financial Institutions BANKS AND CREDIT UNIONS IN REDMOND

There are a total of 13 financial institutions and 15 retail branch locations represented in Redmond. In 2014 Bank of the Cascades acquired Home Federal Bank and Umqua Bank acquired Sterling Savings Bank. Bank of the Cascades headquarters are located in Central Oregon.

Bank of America Bank of the Cascades Columbia Bank JPMorgan Chase Bank Mid Oregon Credit Union

Financial Deposits

Northwest Community Credit Union Wells Fargo Bank Northwest Farm Credit Services Sources: FDIC Summary of Deposits, REDI Business Research 2016

The total deposit base for the FDICinsured institutions in Redmond totaled $458 million as of June 30, 2015 (most current available data from FDIC). Redmond makes up 15.2% of Deschutes County’s $3 billion deposit base.

POPULATION GROWTH

OnPoint Community Credit Union Community Credit Union SELCO Umqua Bank U.S. Bank Washington Federal

FINANCIAL DEPOSIT GROWTH (in millions) County

2008

2012

2013

2014

$205 $237 Crook County $270 $206 $2,682 Deschutes County $1,623 $2,351 $2,450 $146 $143 Jefferson County $133 $139 $3,063 Tri-County Total $2,678 $2,696 $2,801 Source: FDIC Summary of Deposits as of 6/30 for each year.

2015 $234 $3,000 $143 $3,377

% Growth 2014-2015 -1.27% 11.85% 0.00% 10.25%

Oregon’s population POPULATION TOTALS FOR CENTRAL OREGON increased by 1.3% from 2014 2015 Area 1990 2000 2010 2013 2014 to 2015. This numOregon 2,842,321 3,421,399 3,837,300 3,919,020 3,962,710 4,013,845 ber was again dominated Crook County 21,085 14,111 19,184 21,020 20,690 20,780 by net migration (mov170,740 Deschutes County 74,958 115,367 157,905 162,525 166,400 ers-in outpaced movers81,310 Bend 20,447 52,029 76,740 78,280 79,985 out) which accounted for 1,670 La Pine Not yet incorporated 1,660 1,670 1,670 80% of the increase. 27,050 Redmond 7,165 13,481 26,225 26,590 26,770 Natural births over 2,280 Sisters 708 959 2,040 2,115 2,190 deaths accounted for 53,151 Unincorporated 46,638 48,898 51,240 53,570 55,785 only 20%. Similar, but 22,445 even more dramatic inJefferson County 13,676 19,009 21,750 22,040 22,205 migration trends prevail 214,270 Tri-County Total 102,745 153,560 200,675 205,225 209,385 in the Tri-County area. Source: Population Research Center, PSU. 1990 and 2000 Census numbers are for April 1 of that year, Deschutes County expe2013, 2014, & 2015 data are for July 1, of that year. rienced the largest yearover-year percentage gain (2.6%) for all 36 Oregon counties and is the primary driver behind the addition of more than 3,000 th new residents annually to the region’s population. It was the 7 fastest growing county in the U.S. last year. In March 2015, Portland State University (PSU)’s Oregon Population Forecast Program released a population forecast for the tri-county of an estimated 416,764 people by 2065 – the first of its kind in many years.

POPULATION PROJECTIONS 2015 - 2065 Area Tri-County Total Crook

2015

2025

2035

2045

2055

2065

214,547

258,899

300,926

340,739

379,237

416,764

21,135

22,404

23,916

24,962

25,457

25,640

Deschutes 170,606 210,826 249,037 285,908 322,045 357,345 Deschutes County, the fastest growing Redmond 27,715 33,282 39,812 47,167 55,373 64,785 county in the state, will be home to about 357,345 people in 2065, with 64,785 of Jefferson 22,806 25,669 27,973 29,869 31,735 33,779 them in Redmond increasing the city by an Sources: U.S. Census Bureau (2000, 2010); Portland State University (2012); Oregon Office estimated 57% over today’s population. of Economic Analysis (2015 – 2050). The population in Jefferson County in 2065 will reach an estimated 33,779, 48% over today’s population. By 2065, an expected 25,640 will call Crook County home, a 21% increase over 2015. Overall, population forecasters expect the region to continue to be a very dynamic part of the state and country.

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EDUCATION Public schools Redmond School District believes in offering rigorous and unique programs that allow choice and success for all students. The district serves more than 7,300 students in a 550 square mile area that includes Redmond and the unique neighboring communities of Alfalfa, Crooked River Ranch, Eagle Crest, Terrebonne, and Tumalo. The District employs a staff of 818 personnel. The Redmond School District 2015-2016 total budget is $101.6 million with a general fund of $71.1 million.

2015-16

SCHOOL

Total Enrollment

Terrebonne Community School Tumalo Community School John Tuck Elementary School Vern Patrick Elementary School M.A. Lynch Elementary School Tom McCall Elementary School Sage Elementary School Elton Gregory Middle School Obsidian Middle School Redmond Proficiency Academy* Ridgeview High School Redmond High School Total District Total District (Non-Charter)

The District currently operates two K-8 community schools, five K-5 elementary schools, two middle schools, one charter school, two comprehensive high schools and one educational center. The district also offers Redmond K-12 Online, a virtual online school program for K-12 students that is offered as a full-time option for any student enrolled in the district. The program allows students to take rigorous courses online while still having access to district resources such as athletics, clubs and extracurricular activities. The district also boasts a growing Career and Technical Education program at both high schools, offering real world readiness and job skills to students.

413 368 434 444 484 552 611 580 601 778 883 872 7,220 6,442

*Charter School, Source: Redmond School District

In the fall of 2016, Redmond School District will open the Redmond Early Learning Center at Hugh Hartman. All kindergarten students from Redmond’s in-town elementary schools will attend. In addition to kindergarten, the Center will offer pre-kindergarten and other early learning resources in partnership with local agencies and community organizations. More information can be found online at www.redmondschools.org. The district also sponsors a charter school, Redmond Proficiency Academy, for middle and high school students. For more information about Redmond Proficiency Academy visit www.rpacademy.org. It is Redmond School District’s goal that all graduates are college-prepared and careerready. Approximately 97.6% of the District’s teachers meet Highly Qualified standards and the District maintains an Aa2 bond rating. For more information about Redmond School district and each individual school in the district visit www.redmondschools.org.

2015 SAT SCORES Redmond High School Ridgeview High School Redmond Proficiency Academy Oregon US

Reading* 452 481 529 523 495

Math* 451 503 488 522 511

Writing* 420 502 490 502 484

Total* 1,323 1,486 1,507 1,547 1,490

*Denotes preliminary scores. Sources: College Board, Redmond School District

Private Schools Redmond has three private, faith-based schools: Central Christian School provides learning for Preschool through Grade 12; St. Thomas Academy offers opportunities for Preschool through Grade 5; Sonshine Christian School at Redmond Community Church provides learning for Preschool through Kindergarten. There are two private preschools for children ages 3 to 5 years old and one private Kindergarten.

Central Christian School www.centralchristianschools.com

PRIVATE SCHOOLS St. Thomas Academy www.redmondacademy.com

541-548-7803 2731 SW Airport Way

541-548-3785 1720 NW 19th Street

Start Here Preschool Non-profit, Parent Co-op www.startherepreschool.org

Acorn Preschool www.acornpreschool.org

Evergreen Academy

(541) 977-7838 Forest Ave., Redmond OR

www.evergreenacad.com

(541) 548-1656 348 NW 7th St

Sonshine Christian School at Redmond Community Church www.sonshinechristianschool.net 541-350-9103 237 NW 9th Street Private Kindergarten (541) 548-7675 1012 SW Evergreen Ave

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Colleges & Universities Central Oregon Community College (COCC) Central Oregon Community College operates campuses in Bend, Redmond, Madras and Prineville. Founded in 1949, COCC (www.cocc.edu) is Oregon’s oldest community college. The College offers transfer/lower division programs, mirroring the first two years of a university education at a fraction of the cost, plus career and technical education programs to move students into local industry jobs. The COCC District covers a 10,000-square-mile area that encompasses all of Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson counties, the southern part of Wasco, and the northern portions of Klamath and Lake Counties. A seven-member board of directors governs the College, with members of that board elected from geographic zones in the District. The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is operated by COCC and provides active support for Central Oregon’s small businesses. SBDC provides programs such as counseling and market research assistance for entrepreneurs at the earliest stages of development. COCC’s Business and Employee Development department delivers industry-specific courses and workshops tailored to business and industry’s changing needs. The College also offers a wide range of continuing education for personal and professional development.

COCC- Redmond Campus The COCC Redmond Campus sits on 25-acres near the Redmond Airport. This campus includes four buildings to serve students with a variety of career programs, educational opportunities and transfer eligible classes. This past year, approximately 2,400 students enrolled in one or more credit classes in Redmond. The COCC Redmond campus offers these services and educational opportunities: • • • • • · · · • • • • • •

The full range of credit classes for completion of the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT) degree Two-year Certification Programs in Welding, Machining, Manufacturing and Quality Assurance Veterinary Technician Associate of Applied Science Degree Program Advanced Homebrew Techniques Program (non-credit) Academic advising and financial aid counseling Placement testing, proctored exams, and tutoring Community Education Courses in art, home and garden, languages, and other special interests Career and job search services Small business advising Customized business training GED, basic skills, adult high school diploma and English language learning Professional Certifications through Pearson Testing Expanded Options and Advanced Diploma Program for Redmond Area High School Students Basic Adult Vocational Program for IDD Community in Partnership with Opportunity Foundation

In addition to the wide range of services and college courses offered to students, COCC’s Redmond Campus is home to the region’s Manufacturing and Applied Technology Center, a 26,000-square-foot technical training facility with certificate and degree programs readying students for jobs in the manufacturing field. The COCC regional Technology Education Center offers classes for Central Oregon’s business and workforce population at the Redmond Campus. This 34,000-square-foot facility, planned and developed with industry participation, located on the corner of Veterans Way and Salmon Drive, houses the Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence and Development (CEED) and courses and programs in Quality Assurance Inspection Techniques, Hybrid Automotive Technology, and Graphic/Digital Arts. For more information visit: www.cocc.edu/redmond -on the internet, or call 541-504-2900.

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Oregon State University – Cascades Campus OSU- CASCADES STUDENT ENROLLMENT (fall term each year) 1400 1200 1000

# of students

Founded in 2001, OSU-Cascades (OSUC) offers upper-level and graduate courses in a unique partnership with Central Oregon Community College (COCC) -in which students typically take lower-level division courses at COCC. Currently the two institutions share a beautiful, 200-acre campus on the northwest side of Bend. Students who take advantage of this partnership pay about 25% less in tuition and fees than they would at a traditional university. Offering small class sizes, OSU-Cascade students may choose from a variety of graduate, undergraduate, and minor programs (see table below).

800

773

847

935

1039

1111

1172 1157

643 662 664

600 400 200 0

OSU-Cascades are in the first phase of constructing a $111 million branch campus on a 10-acre parcel of the 56-acre site at the corner of SW Century Ave. and SW Chandler Ave. in Bend. Envisioned as an urban university, the new OSU-Cascades site plan calls for academic and residential buildings including retail space located within. OSUC aims to begin freshman and sophomore level classes fall term 2016, growing from just under 1,000 students today to 5,000 students by 2025. Faculty hiring and academic course planning is complete to provide the fall 2015 launch to include a full slate of requirements for the undergraduate baccalaureate core courses. OSU-Cascades Fields of Study Accountancy American Studies Art: Art History Art: Visual Arts Biology Business Administration Business & Entrepreneurship Communication Computer Science Counseling Creative Writing Early Childhood Development & Education Energy Systems Engineering English Hospitality Management Human Development & Family Sciences Kinesiology Liberal Studies Military Science Natural Resources Political Science Psychology Social Science Sustainability Teaching Tourism & Outdoor Leadership University Exploratory Studies Program

· · · · ·

OSU-Cascades is working with Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration, offering executive education courses to hospitality leaders on the West Coast with its Hospitality Management program. Considered the world leader among hotel schools for its undergraduate, graduate and research programs, Cornell has built an international reputation among professional hoteliers and restaurateurs for its executive education program. The Energy Systems Engineering Management program is unique in the state, preparing graduates for a broad range of careers in the energy industry. The Computer Science degree was developed with considerable industry input from many of the region’s nearly four-dozen software firms. OSU-Cascades is now offering an executive leadership MBA program through OSU’s College of Business. The MBA takes about two years and is delivered in a hybrid format, blending face-to-face and online sessions and is designed for busy professionals. The university also aims to launch additional MBA programs between fall 2015 and 2016.

Additional Colleges and Universities Additional accredited academic institutions have a presence in Central Oregon, typically combining evening and occasional weekend classes in conjunction with distance learning.

Eastern Oregon University Division of Distance Education (541-385-1137) George Fox University (1-800-631-0921) Linfield College - Central Oregon Center (541-388-2986) Oregon Institute of Technology, Bachelor’s degree in Operations Management, via COCC University of Oregon, (503-276-3622) Offering its Executive MBA program locally at its Bend location

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UTILITIES SERVING REDMOND Water System & Rates Sourced from seven deep wells, Redmond’s municipal water system supplies a minimum of 2.2 million gallons of domestic water daily (mgd) and has a peak usage of 13.2 mgd. Average daily summer use is 10.5 mgd. The system’s current maximum capacity is 18 mgd resulting in an excess capacity of 4.8 mgd. The current storage capacity is 10 million gallons. There are 9,900 water service connections, of which 80% are domestic households. Monthly rates include a fixed charge based on meter size plus a volume charge that is applied to usage in hundred cubic feet (ccf).

Sewer Rates Redmond's municipal wastewater system conveys and treats an average of 1.7 million gallons per day (mgd) of domestic, commercial, and industrial wastewater. The city’s modern treatment plant is designed for an average daily flow of 3.0 mgd, resulting in excess capacity of 1.3 mgd. Further, the City of Redmond has the ability to add additional capacity within the existing treatment plant should a project warrant it.

WATER RATES Meter Size 5/8” ¾” 1” 1 1/2” 2” 3” 4” 6”

(by meter size) Monthly Volume Fixed Rate Rate (/ccf) $14.32 $1.15 $18.45 $1.15 .. $26.78 $1.15 $47.51 $1.15 $72.45 $1.15 $138.82 $1.15 $213.63 $1.15 $421.08 $1.15

Source: City of Redmond 02/01/16

Commercial and industrial accounts pay a base fee per month for the first 700 cubic feet (cf) of water used, plus a volume charge based on the strength of wastewater discharged for water use exceeding 700 cf. The volume charge is calculated using an average of winter months’ (December- April) water use.

Storm Water Rates STORM WATER RATES

Redmond’s Storm Water Program provides for the management of both the Base Rate Variable Rate quantity and quality of storm water runoff from public facilities in order to pre- $5.98/account $0.05/daily trip end vent local flooding and protect the quality of groundwater supplies. This is ac- Source: City of Redmond; rates as of 02/01/2016 complished through the operation and maintenance of 1,700 drywells and drill holes, 3,600 catch basins, 33 miles of pipe, and street sweeping 314 lane miles of city streets. Water quality sampling and reporting is also performed to maintain compliance with state and federal regulatory requirements. Commercial and industrial accounts pay a base fee per month plus a variable fee based on the average number of daily vehicle trips generated by the site. The daily trips are calculated using the Institute of Transportation Engineers Trip Generation Manual.

ELECTRICITY RATES Electricity

Average Price in Sector (cents/kWh)

Entity

Oregon’s electricity rates are well below the national average. National & State* Providers offer Industrial customers rates up to 20% below the U.S. national average and almost 50% below the rates in California. Oregon The following companies provide electric power in Redmond:

Commercial

Industrial

10.74 8.75 15.62

7.10 5.97 12.34

Central Electric Cooperative (CEC)

(541) 548-2144

Commercial

Industrial

Pacific Power (PPL)

(888) 221-7070

7.26 9.08

5.82 7.37

California Local Resources Central Electric Cooperative PacifiCorp (Investor Owned)

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration; PacificCorp* 2014 EIA data.

Natural Gas

NATURAL GAS RATES

Cost/ Delivery Charge/ Natural gas is widely available throughout Central User Base Charge Therm Therm Oregon and is supplied by Cascade Natural Gas Cor- Commercial $3.00 $0.745 $0.262 poration (CNGC; 888-552-1130). Transmission to the Industrial $12.00 $0.664 $0.191 region is provided by 36 and 42-inch high capacity Large Volume–General* Included $0.627 $0.154 lines that run from Canada to Southern California. *Requires specific contract and usage conditions; 1 therm = 1,000 BTUs. Source: Headquartered in Kennewick, Washington, CNGC www.cngc.com Feb. 2016 served more than 46,000 local industrial, commercial and residential customers from a regional operations base in Bend. Potential users for the Large Volume rate should contact EDCO for additional information about their potential usage conditions.

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TELECOMMUNICATION Redmond is one of the Northwest’s most technologically advanced communities for telecommunications, offering services usually found only in large metro areas. These services include commercial and residential Internet speeds up to 1 Gigabit (or 1000 Mbps) and Ethernet rates up to 100Gb. But that’s not all! Most local providers also offer the latest Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology for telephone services as well as affordable telephone systems.

COMMUNICATIONS PROVIDERS Quantum Communications/ LS Networks BendTel BendBroadband Integra Century Link Community Broadband

Commercial

541-923-5599

Commercial Residential & Commercial Commercial Residential & Commercial Residential

541-389-4020 541-382-5551 866-INTEGRA 541-388-5214 541-504-6600

Redmond boasts high-end specialized data and telecommunications providers with extensive fiber-based infrastructure throughout the city, nationwide, and internationally. Redmond is also connected nationwide, and internationally with high capacity networks that utilize advanced self-healing ring technology for redundancy and reliability. Local companies provide Dedicated internet Access (DIA) services with access options including land line (copper), fiber optics, wavelength (DWDM) and wireless (WiFi, WiMax, and secure microwave). In addition, DSL, ISDN, Frame Relay, ATM and Metro Ethernet, Hosting services along with the traditional high capacity TDM services (T1, T3, and OCx) are available from a number of these providers.

SERVICES Health Services Top quality health care is one of Central Oregon’s crown jewels. With four hospitals and more than 3,800 employees, St. Charles Health System is both the largest provider of health care and largest employer in Central Oregon. St. Charles Health System has pledged to partner with the communities it serves to achieve an ambitious vision: Creating America's healthiest community, together. St. Charles Health System began in 2001 as Cascade Health Services when St. Charles Medical Center in Bend merged with Central Oregon District Hospital in Redmond. Today, the organization owns and operates St. Charles medical centers in Bend, Redmond, Madras and Prineville as well as family care clinics in Bend, Prineville, Redmond, Sisters and Madras. St. Charles Redmond is a fully accredited, 48-bed hospital with more than 150 active and visiting medical staff members. Services include 24-hour emergency care, intensive/cardiac care, physical, respiratory and nutritional therapy, radiology, surgery and an on-campus rehabilitation center. St. Charles’ physician clinics in Redmond include St. Charles Family Care, St. Charles Center for Women’s Health, St. Charles Pulmonary Clinic, St. Charles Sleep Center, St. Charles Outpatient Rehabilitation and St. Charles Surgical Specialists. Bringing care closer to home, St. Charles’ Redmond ICU unit is linked by telemedicine to the ICU in Bend, allowing physicians to visually assess patients. Bend Memorial Clinic (BMC) includes more than 120 providers representing 30 specialties including Urgent Care, Primary Care, Specialty Care, Imaging and Lab services. With six locations BMC is the largest multi-specialty group in Central Oregon and provides quality, convenient healthcare known as TotalCare™. The BMC Redmond Clinic offers urgent care, family medicine and internal medicine, as well as a number of specialty services. Mosaic Medical, a non-profit healthcare organization, opened its Redmond clinic, along with an innovative in-school clinic at M.A. Lynch Elementary School, in June, 2013. Mosaic serves the insured and uninsured regardless of age, ethnicity, or income, and believes in treating the whole patient by addressing physical, emotional, social, and cultural needs.

Fire & Emergency Services Directed by a five person board of directors and led by Fire Chief Tim Moor, Redmond Fire & Rescue provides emergency medical response, fire suppression, and rescue services to a 280 square mile fire district and a 320 square mile ambulance service area 24 hours a day. This service is provided by 39 full-time career firefighter/paramedics and 25 volunteers and

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student firefighters. The District serves a population base of 42,000 citizens. In 2015 Redmond Fire & Rescue responded to 5,614 incidents, 75% of those are medical in nature. Redmond Fire & Rescue answers all calls for service from four fire stations. The main fire station is located in the City of Redmond and responds to the largest percentage of requests for service. The Terrebonne Fire Station, Cline Falls Fire Station, and Airport Fire Station are staffed and respond to calls for service as needed. Each fire station has a compliment of medical and fire apparatus that are available to respond to emergency and non-emergency requests for service. Each station has an Advanced Life Support ambulance equipped to treat and transport patients while providing an extremely high level of care. Fire apparatus are in each station to manage structural and wildland fires. Additionally, apparatus is equipped to manage rescue related needs including rope, ice, water, and auto extrication. Life Flight and Air Link provide air ambulance services throughout the area and are supported by level II and III hospital trauma services.

PARKS & RECREATION The City of Redmond maintains 25 parks located on 553 acres; including 30 miles of walking, running, and biking trails. The Redmond Area Park and Recreation District manages five facilities: Cascade Swim Center, the historical Tetherow Crossing, RAPRD Activity Center, High Desert Sports Complex, and the Borden Beck Wildlife Preserve. Downtown’s Centennial Park with splash park hosts many activities throughout the year including a weekly farmers market June through August. Sam Johnson Park and The American Legion Park host live music events throughout the summer. With over 2.5 million acres of public land and open space in Central Oregon, outdoor recreation enthusiasts from beginner to professional find outstanding opportunities for hiking, biking (mountain and road), skiing (cross country, downhill, telemarking, and water), snowboarding, motocross riding, kayaking, white water rafting, rock climbing, mountaineering, fishing, hunting, camping, and horseback riding. There are currently 28 golf courses within 50 miles of Redmond and three destination resorts (Brasada Ranch, Eagle Crest, and Pronghorn) nearby

TRANSPORTATION Rail Services Burlington Northern—Santa Fe (BNSF) and Union Pacific railways provide Redmond direct shipping to any market in the United States, Canada and Mexico. BNSF “team tracks” in Redmond offers local access to rail car delivery for those companies that do not have a rail spur to their property. Further, multimodal freight loading and offloading is provided by the Prineville Railway Freight Depot at its facility outside Prineville.

Motor Freight There are nine regional and national trucking firms based in Redmond and five nationwide long haul carriers serving the City. Motor freight imports can exceed exports, resulting in attractive freight rates for shipping from Central Oregon. US Highway 97 passes through Redmond and is a major north-south freight route, connecting California and Washington via I-5. Highway 97 east-west connections are made via I-84, joining Portland to Boise and points east. State Route 126 also passes through Redmond and offers an east and west route across the state.

Commercial Air & Freight Services Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM; www.flyrdm.com) provides commercial air service for all of Central Oregon with 15 departures each day to Denver, Los Angeles, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, and Seattle via four carriers: Alaska Air, American Airlines, Delta Air, United and United Express. Beginning in June 2016 American Airlines will begin providing direct non-stop service to/from Phoenix, AZ. Considerable investment has been made at RDM in recent years, including a $40 million terminal expansion project, expanded passenger parking, as well as tarmac and runway reconstruction.

MARKETS SERVED BY RDM Destination Denver, CO Los Angeles, CA Portland, OR Salt Lake City, UT San Francisco, CA Seattle, WA

Flight Times 2 hours 24 min 2 hours 0 min 0 hours 40 min 1 hour 30 min 2 hours 8 min 1 hour 10 min

Source: Redmond Municipal Airport

The Airport is home to the USDA Forest Service Redmond Air Center, Mountain High (www.flyrdm.com) Oxygen, Life Flight, Butler Aviation, Les Schwab, Bonneville Power, RDD Enterprises, Lancair, Henderson Aviation, and introducing Leading Edge Jet Center. RDM also provides air cargo services and hosts general aviation traffic, including extensive corpo-

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rate and business travel. Fed Ex, United Parcel Service and the USPS provide air freight and package express services to Portland. Passenger traffic at RDM continues to increase year-over-year as noted in the chart below.

RDM Enplanements: Year over Year

# of passengers flying out

350,000

288,724

300,000

263,314

247,392 250,000

200,000

144,582 150,000

100,000

TRAVEL DISTANCES FROM REDMOND Redmond is the crossroads for State Highway 126 and US HWY 97, making easy connection with I-5; linking Oregon to Washington and California; and I-84 linking Portland to Idaho and points east. Portland is a quick three hour trip and other major West Coast cities—Seattle, Boise and San Francisco—are all easily accessed by a day’s drive. With east-to-west and north-to-south highways intersecting in Redmond, travel distances to other points in Central Oregon are relatively short; typically no more than 30 to 55 minutes in any direction.

TRAVEL DISTANCES FROM REDMOND, OR City State Miles Drive Time Bend OR 17.4 0 hours 23 min Sisters OR 19.5 0 hours 25 min Madras OR 26.3 0 hours 31 min La Pine OR 46.1 0 hours 53 min Portland OR 146 3 hours 8 min Medford OR 189 3 hours 53 min Seattle WA 311 5 hours 46 min Boise ID 323 5 hours 42 min San Francisco CA 508 8 hours 37 min Los Angeles CA 837 13 hours 3 min Source: REDI Business Research, Google Maps

COMMUTE TIME

Drive times in Central Oregon are quick and convenient. With a truly regional workforce, it’s not unusual for individuals to drive from Bend or Sisters to Redmond for work. Based on 2010 US Census information, drive time averages less than 20 minutes for Deschutes County residents than for those who live in Crook or Jefferson Counties; given the more rural nature and smaller populations of these two counties. The commute between Redmond and Bend—frequent commute by the majority of the population—is less than a half an hour; and if you live and work in Redmond, drive time is under 10 minutes.

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TOPOGRAPHY & CLIMATE The geographic climate in the Redmond area is predominantly High Desert. Redmond is one of the driest and sunniest places in the Pacific Northwest; with average annual precipitation of 8.88 inches and average annual snowfall of 15 inches. In fact, sunny days in Redmond average just two weeks fewer than in San Diego, California. Sixty miles to the west of Redmond in the Cascade Mountains is an area that receives over 120 inches of precipitation annually. Runoff from rain and winter snow pack in the Cascades provides both surface water and an underground aquifer of over 2 billion gallons of water per day beneath Redmond.

CITY

ELEVATION

La Pine

4235’

Sunriver

4200’

Bend

3623’

Sisters

3182’

Redmond

3077’

Prineville

2868’

Madras

2242’

Warm Springs

1539’

2015 REDI Research Redmond’s elevation, 3,077 feet, is almost 600 feet below that of Bend to the south and more than 800 feet higher than Madras to the north. Redmond's central location provides for spectacular views of the volcanoes of the East Cascades, including the Three Sisters, Broken Top, Mt. Bachelor, ThreeFinger Jack, Mt. Washington and Mt. Jefferson.

Summer temperatures average a high of 83° F and a low of 45° F. Winter temperatures range from an average high of 43° F to an average low of 22° F.

2015 WEATHER PROFILE Average High (°F) Average Low (°F) Mean (°F) Precipitation (inches) Snowfall (inches)

Jan 48.1 27.1° 37.6° 0.28 0.2

Feb 53.1° 28.1° 40.6° 0.70 0

Mar 61.5° 28.0° 44.7° 0.40 0

Apr 60.5° 25.4° 42.9° 0.15 0

May 69.0° 38.0° 53.5° 2.39 0

Jun 85.0° 46.6° 65.8° 0.11 0

Jul 87.0° 47.9° 67.4° 0.44 0

Aug 86.6° 47.0° 66.8° 0.02 0

Sep 75.1° 35.7° 55.4° 0.07 0

Oct 68.3° 35.2° 51.7° 0.80 0

Source: USClimateData.com

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Nov 46.1° 21.3° 33.7° 0.89 8.58

Dec 29.9° 18.4° 24.1° 1.88 3.9


ADDITIONAL BUSINESS RESOURCES ORGANIZATION

ADDRESS

PHONE / WEBSITE

Redmond Chamber of Commerce

466 SW 7th Street Redmond, OR 97756

541-923-5191 www.visitredmondoregon.com redmondbuzz.com

716 SW Evergreen Avenue Redmond, OR 97756 705 SW Bonnett Way, Suite 1000 Bend, OR 97702 2158 SE College Loop, Suite B Redmond, OR 97756

541-923-7710 www.ci.redmond.or.us 541-388-3236 www.edcoinfo.com 541-548-8196 www.employment.oregon.gov

The Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council (COIC)

2030 SE College Loop Redmond, OR 97756, and 334 NE Hawthorne Ave. Bend, OR 97701

541-548-8163 www.coic.org

Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

2030 SE College Loop Redmond, OR 97756

541-504-2900 www.bizcenter.org

City of Redmond Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO) Work Source Oregon Oregon Employment Department

REDMOND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, INC. (REDI) INVESTORS Advanced Precast Products Advantage Professional Management Alliance Professionals, LLP Amber Wilson- Umpqua Bank Home Lending AmeriTitle Bank of the Cascades Barbara Myers- Windermere Real Estate BBSI Bend Broadband Big Foot Beverages Beacon Appraisal Group Cascade Lakes Brewing Co. Central Electric Cooperative Central Oregon Builders Associations Central Oregon Community College Central Oregon Precision Central Oregon Truck Company Charlie Every Trucking City of Redmond CoEnergy Propane Columbia Bank Concord Net/Werks Consumer Cellular CSARE Properties, LLC Dana Signs Dan Young- Edward Jones Deschutes County Diana Barker Dr. Shirley Metcalf Eagle Crest Resort

Eberhard’s Dairy Products Every Idea & Marketing Express Employment Professionals Fitch Law Group First American Title Francis Hansen & Martin LLP Fred Real Estate Group Hayden Homes High Country Disposal Jill Cummings- Umpqua Bank Joe A. Lochner Insurance Agency John & Jill Pavlicek Joseph W. Centanni, CPA, PC JTS Animal Bedding Justy’s Jelly Kris Rees- Coldwell Banker Real Estate Lancair International Leading Edge Jet Center LS Properties McConnell Labs Medline ReNewal Mid Oregon Personnel MidState Fertilizer Miller Lumber Nosler NW Commercial Real Estate Services Opportunity Foundation of CO Pacific Power Pahlisch Homes Papé Kenworth

Parr/NW Structural Components PCC Structurals, Inc. – Schlosser Poltex Quantum Communications Ranch at the Canyons Raymond James & Associates, Inc. RDD Enterprises REA – Redmond Executive Association Redmond Chamber of Commerce Redmond Dental Group RES Equine Products Risse Racing Simplify Simple Skanska Smith Bros. Pushrods Smith Rock Resources St. Charles Health Systems- Redmond Steele Associates Architects Sterling Transportation, Inc. Straw Propeller Gourmet Foods Summit Bank SunWest Builders Technique Auto Salon The Printing Post Timothy Park Photography US Bank Vesta Redmond LLC (dba Comfort Suites) Western Communications, Inc. Western Title & Escrow Workhorse Solutions

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Redmond Economic Development, Inc. (REDI) Jon Stark, Sr. Manager 446 SW 7th Street Redmond, OR 97756 Phone: 541-923-5223 | Fax: 541-923-6442 www.rediinfo.com

Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO) 705 SW Bonnett Way, Suite 1000 Bend, OR 97702 Phone: 541-388-3236 | 800-342-4135 www.edcoinfo.com

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Redmond Profile

© Copyright REDI 2015


IMPORTANT NUMBERS Cable Company Bend Broadband - New Service Bend Broadband - Other Business Chamber of Commerce Bend City Services Development Services/Building Division Current Planning/Zoning Police (non-emergency) County Services Human Services Library Sheriff (non-emergency) Media The Bulletin Cascade Business News The Source Weekly Picture Your Home Homes & Land Medical St. Charles Medical Center Bend Memorial Clinic Schools Bend-LaPine School District Sunriver Prep School Recreation Bend Park & Recreation Dist. Recycling Bend Recycle Team Refuse Bend Garbage & Recycling Cascade Disposal Knott Landfill Taxes City Tax Info County Tax Info State Tax Info Federal Tax Info Utilities Pacific Power Central Electric Co-op Cascade Natural Gas Midstate Electric Water & Sewer City of Bend Avion Water Company Watermaster

948-4988 382-5551

Central Oregon Offices

382-3221 388-5528 388-5580 388-0170 388-6601 388-6677 388-0170 382-1811 388-5665 383-0800 385-5808 383-2834 382-4321 382-2811 383-6004 318-9020 389-7275 388-3638 382-2263 382-6660 383-4388 388-5581 388-6540 503-378-4988 800-829-1040 888-221-7070 389-1980 888-522-1130 536-2126 388-5515 382-5342 388-6669

Bend, Downtown 15 NW Oregon Ave 389-7711 Bend, South 345 SE Third 389-9176 Bend, Old Mill 354 SW Upper Terrace Dr. Suite 104 749-4040 Madras 745 SW 5th 475-4885 Prineville 150 NE Court 447-5181 Redmond 735 SW Sixth 923-1749 Sunriver Sunriver Village Mall Building 5, Suite 130 593-1613


  

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