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16698 Cabin Lake Lane La Pine, OR 97739

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PARCEL DETAILS Parcel ID: 221014DB00802 Related Tax Accounts: Subdivision: Lot / Block:

GENERAL INFORMATION Taxpayer Mailing: MELASHENKO, JOEDY & JUDY 1531 ROSEMARY CT PARADISE, CA 95969

Location: County: DESCHUTES, OREGON Map / Taxlot: 22S10E14DB / 00802 Lat / Lon: 43.66613261 / -121.49107636 Situs Addresses:

Owners: (2) MELASHENKO,JOEDY MELASHENKO,JUDY

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

0.15 (6,368 sf) 0.00 (0 sf) ------

Zoning: LPR - LA PINE - RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY

Land Use: --

Improvement Totals: SqFt: -- Bedrooms: --

Full Baths: --

Half Baths: --

IMPROVEMENTS Code

Description

SqFt

Year Built

Beds Baths (F/H) Floor Types

RECENT TRANSACTIONS Date

Ref #

Type

Price

Seller

Buyer

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Deschutes County Property Information Report Date: 8/10/2018 12:43:03 PM

Disclaimer The information and maps presented in this report are provided for your convenience. Every reasonable effort has been made to assure the accuracy of the data and associated maps. Deschutes County makes no warranty, representation or guarantee as to the content, sequence, accuracy, timeliness or completeness of any of the data provided herein. Deschutes County explicitly disclaims any representations and warranties, including, without limitation, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Deschutes County shall assume no liability for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information provided regardless of how caused. Deschutes County assumes no liability for any decisions made or actions taken or not taken by the user of this information or data furnished hereunder.

Account Summary Account Information Mailing Name:

Ownership

MELASHENKO, JOEDY & JUDY

Map and Taxlot: 221014DB00802 Account: Tax Status: Situs Address:

276951 Assessable 16698 CABIN LAKE LN, LA PINE, OR 97739

1531 ROSEMARY CT PARADISE, CA 95969 Valuation

Land 1109

Structures Total

Assessment Subdivision: MELASHENKO Lot:

MELASHENKO, JOEDY & JUDY

Real Market Values as of Jan. 1, 2017

Property Taxes Current Tax Year: Tax Code Area:

Mailing Address:

Current Assessed Values: Maximum Assessed

1

Block:

Assessed Value

Assessor Acres: 0.15 Property Class: 401 -- TRACT

Veterans Exemption

$0

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.

Ownership Ownership Percentage

Name Type

Name

Ownership Type

OWNER

MELASHENKO, JOEDY

OWNER

100.00%

OWNER

100.00%

HUSBAND AND WIFE~MELASHENKO, JUDY OWNER

MELASHENKO, JUDY HUSBAND AND WIFE~MELASHENKO, JOEDY

Service Providers Please contact districts to confirm.

Deschutes County Property Information Report, page 1


Category

Name

Phone

Address

COUNTY SERVICES

DESCHUTES COUNTY

(541) 388-6570

1300 NW WALL ST, BEND, OR 97703

CITY SERVICES

CITY OF LA PINE DESCHUTES COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE LA PINE RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT BEND - LA PINE SCHOOL DISTRICT

(541) 536-1432

16345 SIXTH ST, LA PINE, OR 97739

(541) 693-6911

63333 HIGHWAY 20 WEST, BEND, OR 97703

(541) 536-2935

51590 HUNTINGTON RD, LA PINE, OR 97739

(541) 355-1000

520 NW WALL ST, BEND, OR 97703

ROSLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

(541) 355-8100

52350 YAEGER WAY, LA PINE, OR 97739

LA PINE MIDDLE SCHOOL

(541) 355-8200

16360 1ST ST, LA PINE, OR 97739

LA PINE HIGH SCHOOL

(541) 355-8400

51633 COACH RD, LA PINE, OR 97739

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 WATER SERVICE PROVIDER GARBAGE & RECYCLING SERVICE

HIGH DESERT EDUCATION SERVICE (541) 693-5600 DISTRICT CENTRAL OREGON COMMUNITY (541) 383-7700 COLLEGE LA PINE PARK & RECREATION (541) 536-2223 DISTRICT LA PINE WATER DISTRICT (541) 536-1432 WILDERNESS GARBAGE & RECYCLING (541) 536-1194 SERVICE

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

145 SE SALMON AVE, REDMOND, OR 97756 2600 NW COLLEGE WAY, BEND, OR 97703 16405 1ST ST, LA PINE, OR 97739 PO BOX 2460, LA PINE, OR 97739 51420 RUSSEL RD, LA PINE, OR 97739


STATEMENT OF TAX ACCOUNT DESCHUTES COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR DESCHUTES SERVICES BUILDING BEND OR 97703 (541) 388-6540 10-Aug-2018

Tax Account # Account Status Roll Type Situs Address

276951 A Real 16698 CABIN LAKE LN LA PINE, OR 97739

Lender Name Loan Number 1109 Property ID Interest To Aug 10, 2018

Tax Summary Tax Year

Tax Type Total

Total Due $0.00

Current Due

Interest Due

$0.00

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

$0.00

Discount Available $0.00

Original Due

Due Date


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OREGON

REPORT CARD

2016-17

Rosland Elementary 52350 Rease Dr LaPine, OR 97739 (541) 355-8100 www.bend.k12.or.us/ROSLAND

DISTRICT Bend-LaPine Administrative SD 1 SUPERINTENDENT Shay Mikalson PRINCIPAL Rochelle Williams GRADES SERVED K-5

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, To support the learning and development of every child in a manner that is consistent with our district’s vision for a broader definition of student success, schools are engaging in design work that emphasizes academic excellence, qualities of thriving learners, and indicators of future readiness. Highlights from the previous school year and focal points of our continuous school improvement efforts include: · Completion of our Comprehensive Achievement Plan · Participation in Pre K -3 School Readiness Initiative Program · Community Art Fair

Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns. We look forward to working with you this school year. Thank you, Principal

|

Rochelle Williams

SCHOOL PROFILE

STUDENTS

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

School

20.5 --

181 SELECTED DEMOGRAPHICS 115 Economically Disadvantaged 66 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: 94 Percent of students without all required vaccines: 6 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%.

*** 8% * 4 79.1% 16.8%

American Indian/Alaska Native, 1% Asian, 1% Black/African American, 0% Hispanic/Latino, 3% Multi-Racial, 3% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, 0% White, 92% 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

Rosland Elementary

DISTRICT Bend-LaPine Administrative SD 1 SUPERINTENDENT Shay Mikalson PRINCIPAL Rochelle Williams GRADES SERVED K-5

52350 Rease Dr LaPine, OR 97739 (541) 355-8100 www.bend.k12.or.us/ROSLAND

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 30.4 49.5 Levels 3 & 4 school and district 41.8 28.6 accountability. Level 2 27.8 22.0 Level 1 See report cards from previous years to view historical OAKS performance data.

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

Mathematics

No, Interpret Results with Caution

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

Like-School Average (%) 2016-17

52.9 25.9 21.2

49.6 21.4 29.1

40.9 24.0 35.2

47.6 26.2 26.2

43.6 27.6 28.8

33.4 29.3 37.2

(Administered statewide in grades: 3-8, 11) 24.1 41.8 34.2

Levels 3 & 4 Level 2 Level 1

Science (OAKS)

35.6 32.2 32.2

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

Exceeded Met Did not meet

60.0

16.0 44.0 40.0

88.9

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

3.7 85.2 11.1

38.5

0.0 38.5 61.5

71.9

3.1 68.8 28.1

66.0

14.9 51.1 34.0

62.9

9.9 53.0 37.1

*, <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

52.9 47.6 71.9

American Indian/Alaska Native

37.5 31.6 55.0

37.6 30.5 59.6

26.0 23.0 37.1

29.7 23.1 46.2

Ever English Learners Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science

* * *

Mathematics

Science

Mathematics

Science

20.0 10.0 *

23.4 21.1 38.9

15.9 14.6 30.4

* * *

22.4 19.7 32.9

* * *

Mathematics

Science

Science

* * *

30.4 26.6 48.8

20.4 18.4 41.2

Eng. Lang. Arts

* * *

68.5 66.7 73.8

62.5 58.3 75.0

Mathematics

Science

Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science

* * *

Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science

94.7 87.1 92.3

Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science

Mathematics

Science

* * *

33.8 26.6 43.8

27.3 27.3 *

Eng. Lang. Arts

55.8 48.7 75.9

56.6 50.2 75.0

42.1 34.1 64.8

Mathematics

Science

55.3 52.6 66.7

54.1 42.2 64.4

44.8 31.3 60.3

51.1 43.5 76.5

45.2 44.9 67.4

37.1 35.5 65.5

Female

* * *

29.0 20.2 40.9

21.7 8.7 50.0

* * *

30.9 25.8 44.5

33.7 28.8 54.1

* * *

54.7 47.5 71.7

41.8 36.2 63.5

Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science Male

Multi-Racial 94.8 95.0 97.7

Eng. Lang. Arts

White

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

Rosland Elementary

DISTRICT Bend-LaPine Administrative SD 1 SUPERINTENDENT Shay Mikalson PRINCIPAL Rochelle Williams GRADES SERVED K-5

52350 Rease Dr LaPine, OR 97739 (541) 355-8100 www.bend.k12.or.us/ROSLAND

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

· Community Eligibility Program participant, therefore all students are able to participate in breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack for free. · Family Access Network Advocate is available for families to access for assistance with basic needs.

· Special Education program providing support for students with qualified learning disabilities · Academic interventions in Reading and Math

· Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support program · Safe and Caring School and Mind Up curriculum taught for all students · Mentoring Program · Bully and Harassment prevention program · Member of the Youth Service Team ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT

· Talented and Gifted Enrichment Program · Technology Enrichment Program · Oregon Battle of the Books teams

· ELD (English Language Development) program: support based on language proficiency level and grade level · Social and Emotional Learning Curriculum for all students

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES/ AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

· Green Team for students in 4th and 5th grades · Leadership Team for students in 4th and 5th grades

· Outdoor School opportunity for 5th grade students · Music programs for kindergarten through 5th grade students

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

LaPine Middle School 16360 First St LaPine, OR 97739 (541) 355-8200 www.bend.k12.or.us/LPMS

DISTRICT Bend-LaPine Administrative SD 1 SUPERINTENDENT Shay Mikalson PRINCIPAL Robi Phinney GRADES SERVED 6-8

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,

look forward to working with you this school year.

To support the learning and development of every child in a manner that is consistent with our district’s vision for a broader definition of student success, schools are engaging in design work that emphasizes academic excellence, qualities of thriving learners, and indicators of future readiness. Highlights from the previous school year and focal points of our continuous school improvement efforts include: · Schoolwide implementation of AVID · Social Emotional Curriculum · Implementation of EBISS using early warning systems Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns. We

Thank you, Principal

|

Robi Phinney

SCHOOL PROFILE

STUDENTS

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

School

26.0 23.0 32.0 30.0 --

293 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: 96 Percent of students without all required vaccines: 4 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%.

*** 19% <5% 3 68.2% 19.1%

American Indian/Alaska Native, 2% Asian, 0% Black/African American, 0% Hispanic/Latino, 7% Multi-Racial, 1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, 0% White, 90% 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

LaPine Middle School

DISTRICT Bend-LaPine Administrative SD 1 SUPERINTENDENT Shay Mikalson PRINCIPAL Robi Phinney GRADES SERVED 6-8

16360 First St LaPine, OR 97739 (541) 355-8200 www.bend.k12.or.us/LPMS

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 38.6 38.8 Levels 3 & 4 school and district 35.3 25.2 accountability. Level 2 26.1 36.0 Level 1 See report cards from previous years to view historical OAKS performance data.

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

Mathematics

No, Interpret Results with Caution

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

Like-School Average (%) 2016-17

39.9 26.9 33.2

55.2 23.9 20.9

51.7 27.3 21.0

21.3 32.0 46.6

41.9 26.6 31.5

35.4 31.2 33.4

(Administered statewide in grades: 3-8, 11) 28.2 31.5 40.3

Levels 3 & 4 Level 2 Level 1

Science

24.0 29.7 46.3

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

Exceeded Met Did not meet

64.4

4.4 60.0 35.6

53.7

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

7.3 46.3 46.3

36.9

1.2 35.7 63.1

40.5

4.1 36.5 59.5

62.8

11.5 51.3 37.2

64.5

9.9 54.5 35.5

*, <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

39.9 21.3 40.5

American Indian/Alaska Native

42.3 28.4 51.0

46.0 29.5 59.4

35.8 24.5 37.1

35.9 23.1 43.2

Ever English Learners Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science

16.7 <5 *

Mathematics

Science

Mathematics

Science

<5 <5 11.1

18.6 13.8 30.1

14.5 10.1 30.0

* * *

31.2 20.1 31.7

34.4 31.3 45.5

Mathematics

Science

Science

* * *

35.6 26.1 49.1

41.0 31.3 63.6

* * *

75.2 68.9 69.5

71.8 60.6 77.8

Mathematics

Science

33.4 19.2 34.3

39.6 22.6 43.5

26.3 5.3 14.3

38.7 24.8 42.0

44.2 26.6 51.4

* * *

59.3 45.1 67.7

50.4 32.2 67.2

Mathematics

Science

* 83.3 *

Mathematics

Science

92.0 92.4 >95

Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

Science

Science

* * *

38.8 27.2 41.9

50.0 37.5 70.0

Eng. Lang. Arts

41.2 23.0 44.6

60.9 47.5 70.9

53.2 37.0 66.5

Mathematics

Science

Eng. Lang. Arts

Mathematics

48.9 20.8 32.4

61.5 42.7 60.8

57.4 36.2 62.2

Science

30.3 22.0 48.6

49.2 41.2 64.7

46.2 34.5 66.7

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

LaPine Middle School

DISTRICT Bend-LaPine Administrative SD 1 SUPERINTENDENT Shay Mikalson PRINCIPAL Robi Phinney GRADES SERVED 6-8

16360 First St LaPine, OR 97739 (541) 355-8200 www.bend.k12.or.us/LPMS

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

· Universal/daily breakfast and lunch program

· Bullying and harassment program

· School based health clinic

· PBIS- Positive Behavior Intervention Support Program

· Counseling for academic, emotional and behavior issues ACADEMIC SUPPORT

· Bilingual/ESL model program: support based on language proficiency and grade level.

· Safe School Alliance ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT · Talented & Gifted (TAG) program

· Algebra I

· Special education program; support students with qualified learning disabilities

· Band · Choir

· AVID Elective · Academic support curriculum in math, reading and writing.

CAREER & TECHNICAL NA EDUCATION

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES/ AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

• Cross-country, football, volleyball, basketball, Wrestling, and track. • Leadership • Band, Guitar, and Choir

• •

Drama Digital Photography 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.


LaPine Senior High School

OREGON

REPORT CARD

2016-17

51633 Coach Rd LaPine, OR 97739 (541) 355-8400 www.bend.k12.or.us/LPHS

DISTRICT Bend-LaPine Administrative SD 1 SUPERINTENDENT Shay Mikalson PRINCIPAL Matt Montgomery GRADES SERVED 9-12

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, To support the learning and development of every child in a manner that is consistent with our districtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s vision for a broader definition of student success, schools are engaging in design work that emphasizes academic excellence, qualities of thriving learners, and indicators of future readiness. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns. We look forward to working with you this school year. Thank you, Principal

|

Matt Montgomery

SCHOOL PROFILE

STUDENTS

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

School

19.5 14.5 20.0 25.0 --

383 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%.

55% 21% * 4 75.2% 23.5%

American Indian/Alaska Native, 2% Asian, 1% Black/African American, 1% Hispanic/Latino, 6% Multi-Racial, 3% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, 0% White, 86% 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

LaPine Senior High School 51633 Coach Rd LaPine, OR 97739 (541) 355-8400 www.bend.k12.or.us/LPHS

PROGRESS

DISTRICT Bend-LaPine Administrative SD 1 SUPERINTENDENT Shay Mikalson PRINCIPAL Matt Montgomery GRADES SERVED 9-12

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 20.7 46.4 Levels 3 & 4 school and district 13.8 34.8 accountability. Level 2 65.5 18.8 Level 1 See report cards from previous years to view historical OAKS performance data.

Mathematics

5.3 10.5 84.2

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

Like-School Average (%) 2016-17

* * *

71.1 16.9 12.0

71.8 18.0 10.2

13.2 20.6 66.2

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35.3 27.3 37.4

33.6 29.1 37.3

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

Exceeded Met Did not meet

64.6

2.1 62.5 35.4

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

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

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

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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. 80.0

Freshmen on track to graduate within 4 years

75.8

72.9

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

Note: Graduation methodology changed in 2013-14.

81.0

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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 74.5 71.7 78.6 75.7

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81.1

Like-School Average (%) 2015-16

76.8

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

80.9

83.3

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

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51.6

51.7

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

50.0

57.4

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53.0

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


OREGON

REPORT CARD

2016-17

LaPine Senior High School 51633 Coach Rd LaPine, OR 97739 (541) 355-8400 www.bend.k12.or.us/LPHS

DISTRICT Bend-LaPine Administrative SD 1 SUPERINTENDENT Shay Mikalson PRINCIPAL Matt Montgomery 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 78.3 75.8 On Track 71.3 68.1 Graduation 85.9 76.8 Completion 2.1 4.2 Dropout

76.1 72.2 80.2 4.3

American Indian/Alaska Native * 70.3 On Track -56.4 Graduation 66.7 Completion 100.0 0.0 9.1 Dropout

86.4 67.7 74.2 7.2

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

>95 66.7 75.0 4.4

Ever English Learners * On Track 100.0 Graduation Completion 100.0 Dropout 0.0

78.7 71.1 75.6 4.0

83.3 75.0 82.9 4.2

Asian On Track Graduation Completion Dropout

>95 88.0 91.9 1.3

90.0 78.6 90.0 4.2

White On Track Graduation Completion Dropout

81.8 76.0 84.3 2.4

85.3 76.6 83.9 3.6

82.0 77.4 84.5 4.1

Students with Disabilities On Track 57.9 69.5 Graduation 65.0 55.5 Completion 73.3 64.9 Dropout 3.3 5.7

69.4 55.8 63.4 6.3

Black/African American On Track * 75.6 Graduation 50.0 66.1 Completion -72.2 Dropout 0.0 6.3

50.0 69.2 60.0 6.3

Female On Track Graduation Completion Dropout

87.8 75.5 83.6 2.0

86.5 78.4 84.6 3.4

86.0 81.2 86.2 3.3

Migrant On Track Graduation Completion Dropout

Male On Track Graduation Completion Dropout

76.6 75.9 87.0 2.3

80.4 71.4 79.4 4.5

76.7 72.3 81.1 4.8

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Hispanic/Latino On Track 85.7 Graduation 80.0 Completion 85.7 Dropout 0.0

77.3 69.4 76.5 4.6

74.0 76.5 81.8 3.6

Talented and Gifted On Track * Graduation 100.0 Completion 100.0 Dropout 0.0

>95 92.7 96.8 0.6

>95 94.1 97.2 0.8

Multi-Racial On Track Graduation Completion Dropout

83.6 74.4 81.3 4.1

79.1 74.3 80.9 4.0

* -100.0 0.0

*, <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

· 1-to-1 iPad program · 90% of students indicated that they have at least one adult who cares about their future (Gallup Poll results 2015) · 93% of students indicated that they know they will graduate (Gallup Poll results 2015) · 93% of students indicated that they feel safe at school (Gallup Poll results 2015) · Accredited school

· Alternative to Suspension (ATS) Tobacco cessation program · Counseling services · Family Advocate Network (FAN) services · Partnership with Deschutes County Mental Health services · Partnership with Healthy Families (teen pregnancy/parent 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

LaPine Senior High School 51633 Coach Rd LaPine, OR 97739 (541) 355-8400 www.bend.k12.or.us/LPHS

DISTRICT Bend-LaPine Administrative SD 1 SUPERINTENDENT Shay Mikalson PRINCIPAL Matt Montgomery 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

ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT

· ASPIRE program

· Accounting

· AVID

· AP Calculus

· CARE Team

· AP Lit & Comp.

· ELL Services

· AP Physics

· Focus Room (Recovery Room) Support · Freshman Academy · Freshman Focus · Intervention programs in math & reading · Kid Wrap · Mentor program · Peer Helpers · Peer Tutors · Raptor Reading program

· AP Psychology · AP US History · Business Lab · Business Law · Forestry · Health Occupations · Hospitality-Tourism-Recreation (HTR) – Partnered with Sunriver Resort · Journalism / Newspaper

· School Improvement Wednesday’s (SIW)

· Marketing

· School-to-Career Course (STC)

· NJROTC

· Senior Math Essential Skills Workshop

· Spanish (I, II, III)

· Senior Reading Essential Skills Workshop

· Speech 111

· Senior Writing Essential Skills Workshop

· STEM Program – Robotics

· Sophomore Success class

· TAG Services

· Special Education program

· Welding

· Summer School program

· Writing 121

CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION · Accounting

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES · Band · Baseball · Basketball

· Business

· Cheerleading · Choir · Cross-Country · CrossFit

· Forestry · Health Occupations

· Drama · Equestrian · Football · Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) · Golf · Leadership · National Honor Society (NHS)

· Hospitality-Tourism-Recreation (HTR)

· NJROTC Drill Team · Soccer · Softball · Track

· Marketing

· Volleyball · Wrestling

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.


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Rates for state park campsites are subject to change. You can find up-to-date information by calling 1-800-551-6949, or visiting www.oregonstateparks.org.

Discovery Season From Oct. 1-April 30, you can rent a full or electric site for less. The savings is at least $4 off summer rates at most state parks, including LaPine. The rates for standard (rustic) cabins are the same all year, but during Discovery Season, deluxe cabins rent for less than in the summer.

Off US 97, 27 miles SW of Bend 15800 State Recreation Road, La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-2071

Latitude: 43.768452 N Longitude: -121.513399 W

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Newberry National Volcanic Monument is a volcanic wonderland that includes:

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Fort Rock museum, just south of the park, displays many artifacts. It is open summer weekends.

LaPine’s summer activities include hiking, floating the river, fishing, wildlife viewing and mountain biking. Play it safe, especially on the river. It has a swift current. In the winter, enjoy snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and unique mountain views. Roads in the park are maintained through the winter. Golfers will find several top-notch public courses in the Sunriver and Bend areas, less than 30 minutes north of the park.

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Fort Rock State Natural Area is an ancient volcanic crater rising 325 feet above the sagebrush plains. The area was inhabited by Native Americans over 10,000 years ago.

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two popular fishing lakes (East Lake and Paulina Lake), obsidian fields, waterfalls and unique lava formations. Panoramic views of the high desert and Paulina Peak reward hikers who reach the crater. cludes interpretive exhibits and a trail at the summit of Lava Butte, a 500-foot-high cinder cone.

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Welcome to La Pine & Sunriver La Pine and Sunriver are known for their unspoilt beauty and access to the great outdoors. La Pine and Sunriver are the perfect hub for multiple outdoor recreational activities, including hiking, biking, kayaying, fishing, skiing, ATV riding, camping, and snowshoeing to name a few. South County area, also know as Newberry County, provides access to a vast playground: ·

Newberry National Volcanic Monument

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Mt. Bachelor Ski Area

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Sunriver Resort and Sunriver Village

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The High Desert Museum

· Sunriver Nature Center and Sunriver Observatory ·

Lake District: Paulina Lake, East Lake, Diamond Lake, Crescent Lake, Devil’s Lake, Waldo Lake, Wickiup Reservoir, North & South Twin Lakes, Crane Prairie Resevoir, Cultus Lake, Sparks Lake, Todd Lake and Elk Lake, to name a few

·

Little Deschutes, Big Deschutes and Fall River

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Camping at Paulina and East Lakes, as well as La Pine State Park, home to the nation’s largest ponderosa pine. Nicknamed “Big Red,” the tree is 162 feet tall and 28.9 feet around and is estimated to be over 500 years old.

La Pine is a growing community located 30 minutes south of Bend on U.S. Highway 97, with 1,700 in town residents and over 16,000 people within a 20-mile trade area. Sunriver, with a population of approximately 4,000 year round residents, can host 20,000 visitors on any given weekend during the summer months. The area prides itself on being family friendly, progressive and business friendly. It is focused on quality of life for individuals, families and businesses enterprises. La Pine, being the youngest incorporated city in Oregon (incorporated in 2006), is primed for business growth and vitality. La Pine offers a diverse mix of commercial and industrial business opportunities with north and south sections along U.S. 97, a downtown core on Huntington Road west of the highway, and a 300 acre industrial park and business park to the east of U.S. 97. Sunriver is known as a resort community and has an excellent business park, as well as world class resort and conference facilities. La Pine and Sunriver are growing, with an openness to new businesses and endeavors, as well as a strong sense of family and community values. This profile contains key demographics information for those considering making Newberry County their preferred area for siting their business.

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URBAN RENEWAL PLANS La Pine approved an urban renewal plan in July, 2014 that will include considerable improvements to city infrastructure, streetscaping, storefront remodeling, and signage restrictions that will create a true downtown, improve walkability, and enhance community gathering. Major renovations are planned for Highway 97 including an overpass over the railroad track at Wickiup Junction as well as expanding much of the highway to four lanes. Building of a new MidOregon Credit Union is underway and expected to be completed later in 2016 and St. Charles Medical Center plans to break ground on a new outpatient and immediate care facility in 2017.

LA PINE AND SUNRIVER TOP EMPLOYERS AND INDUSTRIES 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. Small companies are crucial to rural communities and it’s fair to say that La Pine’s and Sunriver’s business environment is dominated by small employers, with a few exceptions. That means new and relocating businesses get lots of attention and assistance to incentivize choosing La Pine to set up shop. Tourism and hospitality is a major economic driver and source of employment in Sunriver and La Pine.

Top 10 Public and Private Employers in La Pine Employees 2015

Employees 2016

Sunriver Resort

900

936

Mt. Bachelor

775

769

Bend-La Pine Public School Dist.

187

160

Sunriver Brewing Company

75

85

Bi-Mart

59

56

Gordy’s Restaurant & Truck Stop

46

53

Midstate Electric Cooperative

51

52

Quicksilver Contracting Comp.

46

51

McDonald’s

46

50

BiMart

38

40

Organization

Source: various reference sources, contact EDCO for details

Some of the great success stories in business start up and development in the area are Sunriver Brewing Company, Quicksilver Contracting Company (a wood products firm), MicroRidge Systems, Rat Hole Brewing, and Velocity Sports Equipment. Midstate Electric Cooperative sub-station is conveniently located in La Pine’s Industrial Park, which is a great asset to the area, and Midstate is a great corporate partner.

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WAGES INFORMATION FOR SELECT OCCUPATIONS Below are average hourly wages in Oregon, Washington, and California. The East Cascades regionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wages are typically below those of Oregon, often 10 to 20%. Wages in Washington are typically higher than Oregon, while California wages routinely run at least 20% higher than those in Oregon. Wage Comparison for Selected Occupations (annual average, $ per hour) Occupation

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

East Cascades 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

OR

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, Medical, & 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 Q2 2016, the most recent data available.

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COVERED EMPLOYMENT & PAYROLL, INDUSTRY MIX Below is employment by sector, payroll, and average annual pay in the tri-county region. Average annual pay is the total of all covered wages paid during the year divided by the monthly average number of covered jobs during the year. Covered employment refers to jobs that are eligible for unemployment insurance, so it is a good barometer of wage and sector trends. Note that while most employees are covered, notable exceptions include the selfemployed, those who work solely on commission and some agricultural workers. The average annual wage for Central Oregon is $40,469, while the average annual wage for all of Oregon state is $48,312. Deschutes County

Industry Total all ow nerships Total private coverage Natural resources and mining Construction Manufacturing Trade, transportation and utilities Information Financial activities Professional and business services Education and health services Leisure and hospitality Other services Total all government Total federal government Total state government Total local government

Em ployees 72,451 63,557 532 5,138 4,888 13,899 1,656 3,311 8,126 11,692 11,396 2,903 8,894 877 1,384 6,632

Wages $ 2,949,830,197 $ 2,518,795,865 $ 23,997,270 $ 230,303,186 $ 220,461,756 $ 481,163,364 $ 100,112,519 $ 182,176,086 $ 361,720,605 $ 610,000,017 $ 227,474,893 $ 80,838,601 $ 431,034,332 $ 58,444,167 $ 61,636,211 $ 310,953,954

Crook County

Avg. Annual Em ployees Wage $ 40,714 5,878 $ 39,630 4,631 $ 45,107 186 $ 44,823 255 $ 45,102 615 $ 34,618 1,533 $ 60,454 105 $ 55,021 129 $ 44,513 275 $ 52,172 599 $ 19,960 638 $ 27,846 291 $ 48,463 1,246 $ 66,641 286 $ 44,534 239 $ 46,886 721

Payroll $ 251,143,039 $ 192,846,695 $ 6,633,885 $ 12,691,869 $ 23,653,142 $ 71,427,582 $ 19,304,543 $ 4,852,999 $ 9,898,034 $ 25,318,636 $ 12,513,021 $ 6,552,984 $ 58,296,344 $ 18,711,246 $ 8,778,826 $ 30,806,272

Jefferson County Avg. Annual Em ployees Wage $ 42,725 6,632 $ 41,642 4,162 $ 35,666 476 $ 49,772 95 $ 38,460 1,077 $ 46,593 807 $ 183,852 26 $ 37,620 101 $ 35,992 170 $ 42,268 557 $ 19,612 593 $ 22,518 254 $ 46,786 2,469 $ 65,423 124 $ 36,731 350 $ 42,727 1,994

Payroll $ 237,340,865 $ 137,251,683 $ 15,649,889 $ 4,205,297 $ 42,577,940 $ 25,717,136 $ 803,659 $ 3,917,347 $ 6,819,180 $ 23,742,896 $ 9,314,092 $ 4,485,984 $ 100,089,182 $ 6,696,096 $ 16,662,387 $ 76,730,699

Source: Oregon Employment Department QualityInfo.org

INDUSTRY MIX Central Oregon has a very 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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Avg. Annual Wage $ 35,787 $ 32,977 $ 32,877 $ 44,266 $ 39,533 $ 31,867 $ 30,909 $ 38,785 $ 40,112 $ 42,626 $ 15,706 $ 17,661 $ 40,538 $ 54,000 $ 47,606 $ 38,480


Manufacturing Employment Manufacturing Employment Statistical Area Growth (2010-2014) Redmond 26.4% Bend-Redmond MSA 26.5% Oregon 9.7% U.S. 5.8% Des chutes County a nd Redmond's ma nufa cturi ng s ectors a re a ddi ng jobs a t a s i gni fi ca ntl y fa s ter pa ce tha n the res t of the s ta te or na ti on. Source: Oregon Employment Department

COST 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. BUSINESS COST COMPARISON – U.S. West Coast Business Factor Average Industrial Electricity Rate (Mar. 2016; ¢/kWh) Average Industrial Rate for Natural Gas (Dec. 2015, $/kcf)

5.59¢

10.49¢

4.13¢

$6.92

$7.27

$32,397

$28,825

.015 – 5.4%

.016 – 6.2%

0.17 – 5.84%

(base: $35,700)

(base: $7,000)

(base: $42,100)

2.2% 5.4% $4,793

1.3% 5.4% $4,712

.17% 5.84% $4,973

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

$3.48 1.0% ($0) 13.3% ($1,000,000) 8.84% ($0)

$2.00 None

None

0.13-3.3%

None None None None $0

7.5% (Average) 0.98% 8.48% 8.84% $1,159

6.5% (Average) 2.4% 8.9% 8.89% $1,978

30¢

37.5¢

$4,094.86

$5,237.19

$4,541.48

$1,296

$1,363

$1,345

None

0.11%

#11

#48

1.28% of sales price + local taxes #12

State & Local Sales Tax Rates (As of July 1, 2015)

State 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)

Washington

$5.59

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

Average Annual Premium for Employer Sponsored Single Person Health Insurance (Employer Contribution,2014 data) Workers’ Comp premium index rate (as of Jan 1, 2014) State Individual Income Tax Rates (2015) Lowest Highest State Corporate Income Tax Rates (As of July Lowest 1, 2015) Highest State/local gross receipts, operations-based business tax

California

$31,680

Average Annual Wage for Production Worker (Q1, 2015) State Unemployment Insurance Tax Rates (As of July 1, 2015) Min Max

Oregon

None

31.07¢ Excise tax

State & Local Tax Burden Per Capita (2012) State Property Tax Collection Per Capita (July 1, 2015) Real Estate Transfer Tax

State Business Tax Climate Index (2016 Tax Foundation)

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Perhaps one of the greatest assets in Oregon is the structure of how corporations are taxed, known as the Single Sales Factor. The tax rate on corporate income of firms doing business in the state is the greater of a minimum tax based on relative Oregon sales ($150-$100,000, approximately 0.1% of sales by entity) or an income-based levy of 6.6% on taxable income up to $1 million and 7.6% above that. Relative Oregon sales are responsible 100% in determining U.S. corporate income taxable in Oregon. This single interstate factor stands in contrast to states that also use factors for property and payroll to apportion taxable income. It is advantageous to a business headquartered or producing tangible goods in Oregon, but selling products throughout the country, or the world, where it also operates, because its business Oregon tax liability is proportional only to its Oregon customer base, and that liability does not grow directly as a result of greater investment or employment in Oregon.

HOW THE SINGLE SALES FACTOR WORKS In its Oregon tax return, the business takes the ratio of Oregon sales to total U.S. sales and applies that ratio to its consolidated federal income. The result is Oregon taxable income. Oregon sales are based on where the greater cost of performance occurs for intangible sales. In the case of tangible goods, Oregon sales include the throwback of sales to customers where the entity would not otherwise be taxable. (Source: Business Oregon) This tax policy is a major reason why Oregon is home to Intel’s largest global employment and capital investment. Single sales factor plays an important role for Nike, Columbia Sportswear, Keen, and other outdoor gear and apparel manufacturers’ continued growth of headquarters, R&D and warehouse operations. The tables below compare costs for a manufacturing company with 20 employees to one with 200 employees. This example does not factor or include cost savings offered by incentive programs. Oregon offers more incentive programs to traded-sector businesses (companies that sell products or services outside of the area), than Washington and California combined. Attempting to understand all cost factors in different states and how those impact your specific business can be a daunting task. Some cost factors such as the efficiency and approach of regulatory oversight (i.e. implementation of federal EPA rules) can be dramatically different from state to state, but virtually impossible to place a dollar value on for comparison purposes. 20-Employee Firm, Urban Location

1

Energy costs Employee gross payroll 2 Payroll taxes/insurance 1 Corporate income or gross receipts taxes Property tax 3 Other taxes Tax on capital purchases (first year only) Total operating costs, initial capital taxes

Oregon

California

$142,014 $1,045,000 $191,433 $6,869 $141,360 $0 $0 $1,526,675

$206,706 $1,053,280 $237,811 $10,400 $74,080 $16,734 $239,800 $1,822,077

$147,258 $947,980 $183,220 $5,944 $102,960 $11,956 $18,000 $1,405,362

$134,616 $1,184,900 $249,586 $19,193 $59,360 $52,819 $204,240 $1,851,894

+ $295,402

($121,313)

+ $325,219

Difference from Oregon 200-Employee Firm, Rural Location

1

Energy costs Employee gross payroll Payroll taxes/insurance 1 Corporate income or gross receipts taxes Property tax 3 Other taxes Tax on capital purchases (first year only) Total operating costs, initial capital taxes

Oregon $1,327,890 $10,450,000 $878,526 $29,430 $718,400 $0 $0 $13,404,245

Difference from Oregon

Idaho

Washington

California

Idaho

Washington

$1,903,410 $10,532,800 $766,890 $67,196 $629,600 $167,340 $2,398,000 $16,297,896

$1,371,030 $9,479,800 $726,294 $59,440 $978,400 $119,557 $180,000 $12,794,964

$1,281,510 $11,849,000 $1,060,471 $191,925 $762,400 $528,190 $2,042,400 $17,187,706

+ $2,893,651

($609,282)

+ $3,783,461

1 Location affects estimators only for property taxes. 2 Payroll taxes include federal Social Security & Medicare, but not local levies. 3 "Other taxes" includes any relevant business tax that would apply to the business scenario used in the example, including state franchise taxes or sales & use taxes on current purchases. Table source: Business Oregon website.

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WORKERS’ COMPENSATION INSURANCE

According to the Workers' Compensation Division of Oregon OSHA, Oregon workers’ compensation costs, already among the lowest in the nation, will drop in 2016 for the third-straight year, by an average of 5.3%.

Workers’ compensation costs in Oregon are the 8th lowest in the county, highly favorable compared to other states. The “pure premium” is the portion of the premium employers pay insurers to cover anticipated claims costs for job-related injuries and deaths. State officials attribute the decrease to a focus on improving worker safety, getting injured workers treated and back on the job quickly, as well as the initial impact of medical cost control strategies. The “pure premium” rate has either remained the same or decreased for 23 of the past 25 years. At $1.35, it’s currently the lowest it has been in 20 years, making this cost among the lowest in the country for employers. For manufacturers in places like California, the cost savings of workers’ compensation insurance in Oregon can be substantial. Even a company with 50 employees can realize six-figure annual savings on this one cost factor alone.

EMPLOYMENT TRENDS Employment Gains 2014 to 2015 (Covered employees by payroll) Area

2014

2015

Gain/Loss

% Change

69,160

73,850

4,690

6.78%

1,076,000

1,111,400

35,400

3.29%

150,500

155,600

5,100

3.39%

Medford MSA

79,320

81,730

2,410

3.04%

Eugene MSA

148,000

40,900

1,170

2.94%

Eugene-Springfield (Lane County)

142,188

151,700

3,700

2.50%

1,721,900

1,778,700

56,800

3.30%

146,303,000

142,877,000

-3,426,000

-2.34%

Bend/Deschutes County MSA Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WA MSA Salem MSA

Oregon U.S. Average Source: Oregon Employment Department; QCEW &BCLS CPS.

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From 2014 to 2015, jobs in the nation decreased by a rate of 2.34%. Oregon outpaced the nation’s job growth and Deschutes County grew at three times the national average. The Bend/Redmond MSA is 1/7th the size of the Salem, Medford, Corvallis, and Eugene MSAs combined, yet it created nearly the same number of jobs.

UNEMPLOYMENT TRENDS 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 March 2016, Deschutes County’s unemployment rate dropped below 5% (4.8%) for the first time since June 2007. Crook County’s fell to 7.1%, the lowest rate since June 2008. The unemployment rate dropped to 6.5% in Jefferson County, down from 7.3% in March 2015, 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. However, as of March 2016, Central Oregon’s unemployment rate was 0.2% lower than the national rate.

COST OF DOING BUSINESS IN LA PINE AND SUNRIVER La Pine boasts a large (330 acre) Industrial and Business Park with some of the lowest land prices in Central Oregon. Land parcels in the Park range in size from 1/4 acre to 40 acres and include 78 acres of state-certified parcels, shovel-lots ready for building, and come complete with in-place curbside infrastructure: water, sewer, power, and fiber optic internet services. The park makes an ideal host to industries like data and call center operations. La Pine boasts the lowest system development charges in Deschutes County, with no transportation fees. In the Central Oregon Tri-County area, La Pine has established a reputation for affordable utilities, development fees, and responsiveness from local government to assist with business needs.

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Business Costs Across the Region 1 (all costs expressed as costs per square foot ) Category Industrial land costs 2 Lease rates Industrial Commercial Retail Construction

Deschutes County La Pine Redmond Sisters $1.00-$2.00 $2.00-$5.00 $2.55-$6.00 $0.20-$0.35 $0.65-$0.75 $0.50-$1.00 $75-$120

$0.40-$0.65 $0.75-$1.50 $0.90-$1.50 $80-$150

$0.40-$0.65 $0.70-$1.50 $0.70-$1.50 $80-$150

Bend $7.00-$11.00

Crook County $1.00-$2.50

Jefferson County $1.00-$2.50

$0.55-$0.85 $1.00-$1.75 $1.00-$2.50 $80-$150

$0.25-$0.45 $0.70-$1.00 $0.70-$1.50 $80-150

$0.25-$0.45 $0.70-$1.00 $0.70-$1.25 $80-$150

Source: Compass Commercial Construction Services, Steve Hendley, April 2016. The table is meant to represent a range of costs and may be negotiable. Please contact EDCO with your specific project requirements. 2Assumes base rent excluding NNN costs

INCENTIVES La Pine is a qualified Oregon State Enterprise Zone, in fact La Pine is a special zone called a Long-Term Rural Enterprise Zone. This designation offers 3-5-15 year property tax abatement on new facility improvements for qualifying businesses. Reference: http://www.oregon4biz.com/The-Oregon-Advantage/Incentives/EnterpriseZones/. Various government and private programs offer enhanced financial incentives for economically distressed rural communities like La Pine, which may take the form of subsidized lending or matching grants, depending on the project impact.

SHOVEL READY CERTIFICATION Oregon's Shovel Ready Certification Program is recognized as one of the most comprehensive in the country. It is a rigorous program that is trusted by the market and has been a factor in many of the state's largest employment successes. Oregon's certified sites are ready for construction within six months or less and are verified "project-ready" for specific industry profiles. La Pine Industrial Park has 78 acres of shovel ready, site certified lots.

HOUSING/REAL ESTATE TRENDS IN SOUTH DESCHUTES COUNTY Home Prices As with much of the country, residential property prices peaked to all-time highs in 2007 and declined in value by as much as 40% in the following years. Prices are now rebounding substantially, both median and average home prices increased in 2015 across the region, but are still below 2005 levels. Prices in Sunriver include a higher percentage of high end homes and homes on acreage than comparable prices in Bend or Redmond. Prices in La Pine are very attractive in comparison to the rest of Central Oregon and often offer large acreage.

Average Monthly Rent The Central Oregon rental market continues to face heightened demand in the midst of constrained supply. According to the Central Oregon Rental Owners Association, current vacancy rates have shrunk to 1.50% as of May 2016, down from 12.4% in 2009. The high demand has exerted pressure on prices and a growing interest in multi-family residential construction, particularly in Bend and Redmond. In the last year, two and three bedroom rental houses increased more on a percentage basis than apartments and duplexes. 2014 average rent prices for a 3 bedroom home were up slightly from 2013 in nearly all Central Oregon communities. 2015 annual rental figures were up in Bend, Redmond, La Pine and Sunriver amidst strong in-migration and low vacancies. La Pineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rental rates are still considerably lower than other areas of Central Oregon. Page 9 Last updated 5/24/2016

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

(3 Bedroom House, listed in $) 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 1003 969 1012 1231 1110 1,221

2015 1,354

884 834 790 890 1000 n/a

1,094 646 835 900 1,241 N/A

863 849 809 905 991 913

911 817 847 861 896 850

975 800 835 889 1086 922

952 1,014 765 859 755 895 838 880 1066 1,180 875 898

Source: Central Oregon Rental Owners Association (COROA); May 2016

2015 Median Residential Home Sale Comparison 700,000

Crook County

600,000

Bend

500,000

Redmond

400,000

La Pine Sisters

300,000

Sunriver

200,000 Jefferson County U.S.

100,000 0

Home Prices of Existing Single Family Homes (residential, less than one acre, $) Median Sales Price 2005 149,375 279,900 198,818 148,450 394,250 462,500

2006 195,500 351,978 262,749 183,500 460,000 575,000

2007 199,450 345,000 250,000 215,000 415,000 548,547

2008 177,500 289,450 216,000 160,000 367,450 555,738

2009 112,000 212,000 147,500 109,000 286,250 402,000

2010 91,100 191,750 123,450 99,900 223,750 417,500

2011 77,750 190,000 116,000 88,500 198,500 375,000

2012 87,000 220,790 132,500 94,900 245,000 347,500

2013 127,113 269,000 175,000 133,000 300,000 364,000

133,500

165,080

177,950

139,950

89,900

69,950

68,000

72,500

85,000

219,000

221,900

217,900

196,600

172,100

173,200

166,200

176,800

Crook County 154,906 212,173 224,151 206,874 145,040 120,537 96,344 Bend 334,570 406,122 426,044 353,142 266,319 245,069 238,312 Redmond 226,238 292,268 286,543 245,204 170,739 142,402 137,304 La Pine 163,971 202,331 237,665 180,153 126,606 110,632 108,438 Sisters 449,979 514,259 526,626 437,636 372,483 295,488 248,953 Sunriver 501,764 627,345 637,734 628,979 458,614 455,550 398,948 Jefferson 131,493 170,228 187,367 144,146 145,040 78,376 74,724 County U.S. 267,400 268,200 266,000 242,700 216,900 220,000 214,300 Sources: Central Oregon Association of Realtors (COAR), National Association of Realtors, March 2016

113,980 263,317 148,117 100,940 292,960 381,259

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

2014 132,450 289,950 195,605 149,900 269,078 367,500 111,000

2015 157,750 327,478 223,266 185,000 330,000 375,000 121,000

197,100

208,300

222,400

148,108 317,902 197,186 146,802 317,442 408,326

162,753 344,720 217,126 159,070 316,253 407,426 127,344

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

225,300

226,400

Average Sales Price

83,152

96,185

225,500

245,500

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TRENDS IN REAL ESTATE Real market values for each county in the Tri-County region are listed in the adjacent table. As a lagging indicator, real market values show declines over the past four years. Recent increases in real market value are not yet reflected in the data which is through June 30th of the year listed.

Real Estate – Estimated Real Market Values (in billions of $) County Crook Deschutes Jefferson Tri-County

2000 1.04 11.18 1.52 13.74

2005 1.61 20.93 1.96 24.50

2010 2.09 23.49 2.58 28.05

2011 1.76 21.6 2.41 25.77

2012 1.70 21.00 2.32 25.02

2013 1.81 22.13 1.45 25.39

2014 2.08 25.32 1.50 28.90

TAX RATES Tax rates in La Pine are quite low – but specific tax codes that apply to property in the area vary according to an array of factors including the type of property, amount of acreage and proximity to La Pine city limits. For more information about tax rates in the La Pine area, please contact the Deschutes County Assessor’s Office at (541) 388-6508.

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Four bank branches are located in La Pine and Sunriver. Additionally, 14 financial institutions with over 40 branch locations can be found in Bend and have a wide range of financial services available.

Banks in La Pine & Sunriver (as of March 2016) Bank of the Cascades – Sunriver U.S. Bank – La Pine & Sunriver Washington Federal – La Pine Mid Oregon Credit Union – La Pine Sources: FDIC Summary of Deposits, EDCO research

POPULATION GROWTH Oregon’s population growth of 1.29% from 2014 to 2015 was again dominated by net migration (movers-in outpaced movers-out). Similarly, but even more dramatic in-migration trends prevail in the Tri-County area. Deschutes County experienced the largest year-over-year percentage gain (2.6%), making it the fastest growing county in Oregon. Deschutes County grew dramatically between the 1990 and 2000 Census and even more so between 2000 and 2010. In 2015, it was the 7th fastest growing county in the U.S. Bend more than doubled in size between 1990 and 2000 and grew by 47% between 2000 and 2010. While growth flattened between 2010 and 2012, signs over the past 24 months point to a pickup of in-migration and business activity across the region. Since 2010, Crook County has grown at a very slow pace after dramatic growth between 1990 and 2010. At 18.1% growth since 2000, Jefferson County has grown at a steady rate that exceeds that of Oregon and the nation. 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. Deschutes County, the fastest growing county in the state, will be home to about 357,345 people in 2065, with 194,793 of them in greater Bend, increasing the city by an estimated 127% over today’s population. 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. The population in La Pine in 2065 is estimated to reach 5,836.

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Population Totals for Central Oregon Area

1990

Oregon Crook County Deschutes County Bend La Pine Redmond Sisters Unincorporated Jefferson County Tri-County Total

2000

2010

2,842,321 3,421,399 14,111 19,184 74,958 115,367 20,447 52,029 Not yet incorporated 7,165 13,481 708 959 46,638 48,898 13,676 19,009 102,745 153,560

3,837,300 21,020 157,905 76,740 1,660 26,225 2,040 51,240 21,750 200,675

2013

2014

2015

3,919,020 20,690 162,525 78,280 1,670 26,590 2,115 53,570 22,040 205,225

3,962,710 20,780 166,400 79,985 1,670 26,770 2,190 55,785 22,205 209,385

4,013,845 21,085 170,740 81,310 1,670 27,050 2,280 53,151 22,445 214,270

Source: Population Research Center, PSU. 1990 and 2000 Census numbers are for April 1 of that year; 2013, 2014, & 2015 data are for July 1 of that year.

Population Projections 2015-2065 Area

2015

2025

2035

2045

2055

2065

Tri-County Total

214,547

258,899

300,926

340,739

379,237

416,764

Crook County

21,135

22,404

23,916

24,962

25,457

25,640

Prineville UGB Outside UGB

11,256 9,879

11,935 10,470

12,845 11,071

13,472 11,489

13,593 11,864

13,383 12,257

170,606

210,826

249,037

285,908

322,045

357,345

85,737 1,687 2,315 27,715 53,151 22,806 7,484

109,546 2,263 3,431 33,282 62,305 25,669 8,700

132,209 3,014 4,375 39,812 69,627 27,973 9,815

154,719 3,872 5,320 47,167 74,830 29,869 10,867

176,003 4,816 6,266 55,373 79,587 31,735 11,832

194,793 5.836 7,212 64,785 84,719 33,779 12,749

Deschutes County Bend UGB La Pine UGB Sisters UGB Redmond Outside UGBs Jefferson County Madras

Source: PSU Oregon Population Forecast Program, Preliminary Forecasts, March 2015.

Tri-County Population by Age 18% 22%

Ages 0-17 Ages 18-64

60%

Ages 65+

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EDUCATION Public Schools

2014-15 Total Enrollment

La Pine Schools

La Pine and Sunriver (Three Rivers South) is integrated as part of the Bend-La Pine School District, one of the larger and better funded K-12 districts in Oregon. There are five schools in South County: La Pine and Rosland Elementary School, La Pine Middle School, La Pine High School, and Three Rivers K-8 in Sunriver. For more information, visit So http://www.bend.k12.or.us/

La Pine & Rosland Elementary

570

La Pine Middle 6-8

274

La Pine High 9-12

389

Three Rivers (K-8) Total

367 1,600

Source: La Pine School District

2015 Average SAT Scores

SAT Scores Since 2000, students in the Bend-La Pine School District have continually scored higher on SAT tests than their peers, 108 points higher than the U.S. Average. More than 70% of Bend students continue onto college.

Bend-La Pine Washington Oregon California U.S. Average

1598 1496 1546 1492 1490

Sources: College Board & Bend-La Pine School District

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 first and consequently 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 200-acre Bend campus includes 26 buildings with a total of 575,000 square feet under roof. The newest buildings are the Jungers Culinary Center, funded primarily by private donations and opened in 2011, and the Health Careers Center and Science Center, funded by a voter-approved bond measure, both opened in fall 2012. The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) operated by COCC 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 industryPage 13 Last updated 5/24/2016

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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. The COCC Redmond Campus sits on 25-acres near the Redmond Airport and 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. 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, is home to the Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence and Development (CEED) as well as courses and programs in Non-Destructive Testing and Inspection, Digital Arts and Media and Flexible Technology. For more information:www.cocc.edu/redmond or 541-504-2900. Enrollment at COCC has increased dramatically over the years, doubling in the last few years as increasing numbers of area residents turned to the College for education and training after the economic downturn. A record number of students have been earning certificates and degrees, then transferring to four-year colleges and universities or moving into jobs locally using skills learned in the career and technical education programs.

Oregon State University – Cascades Campus 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-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, OSUC students may choose from a variety programs (see table below). OSU-Cascades is in the first phase of constructing a $111 million branch campus on a 10acre 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 2016 launch with a full slate of requirements for the undergraduate baccalaureate core courses. 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 software firms OSUC 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 with online sessions and is designed for busy professionals. The university also aims to launch additional MBA programs

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OSU-Cascades Fields of Study Accountancy American Studies

Art: Visual Arts Biology Business Administration Business & Entrepreneurship

Counseling Creative Writing Early Childhood Development & Education Energy Systems Engineering English Hospitality Management Human Development & Family Sciences

Communication

Kinesiology

Tourism & Outdoor Leadership

Computer Science

Liberal Studies

University Exploratory Studies Program

Art: Art History

Military Science Natural Resources Political Science Psychology Social Science Sustainability Teaching

UTILITIES SERVING LA PINE Electric Companies Midstate Electric (MSE) is a rural electric distribution Average 2015 Electricity Rates cooperative incorporated in 1948 and energized in 1952 with (in cents, per kwh) 153 member/owners, 7 miles of energized line and 6 Service Class U.S. CA OR MSE employees. In 2013, Midstate Electric grew to over 18,453 member/owners, 2,335 miles of energized line and employed Industrial 7.10 12.34 5.97 6.00 51 people. It provides electric service to portions of four Commercial 10.74 15.62 8.76 6.60 counties in Central Oregon: Deschutes, Klamath, Lake, and Lane Counties covering 5,600 square miles of territory from Sources: U.S.Energy Information Administration the Cascade Mountains on the Western boundary, Lava Butte on the North boundary, Klamath Marsh to the South, and East of Christmas Valley on the East boundary. Midstate Electric is one of 18 rural electric cooperatives in Oregon. All are members of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) and Oregon Rural Electric Cooperative Association (ORECA). Page 15 Last updated 5/24/2016

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Midstate is also involved with the different communities it serves, offers a variety of programs for the students in the local elementary, middle and high schools, supports the local businesses and promotes economic development. They are La Pine Industrial Park's anchor tenant and connect to low cost BPA hydroelectric power. Highly available power is both plentiful and reliable with uptime estimated to be greater than 99.95%. Over 15 megawatts are available now, expandable as needed.

TRANSPORTATION

Commercial Airport

Flying Time to Markets from RDM

Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM; www.flyrdm.com) provides daily commercial air service to Denver, Los Angeles, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, and Seattle via four carriers (Alaska, American, Delta, and United). In June 2016, direct service to/from Phoenix, AZ, will be added via American Airlines. Several years ago RDM completed a three-year $40 million expansion project, increasing the size of the terminal six-fold.

Flight to: Denver, CO Los Angeles, CA Portland, OR Salt Lake City, UT San Francisco, CA Seattle, WA

The Airport is home to the USDA Forest Service Redmond Air Center, Cascade Aviation Management, Life Flight, Butler Aviation, Les Schwab, Bonneville Power, and Henderson Aviation.

Flying Time 2 hr Minutes 24 min hoursh 2 hr hours 0 hr hours 1 hr 2 hr hours 1 hr

0 min 40 min 30 min 8 min 10 min

Source: Redmond Municipal Airport (www.flyrdm.com)

RDM also provides air cargo services and hosts general aviation traffic, including extensive corporate and business travel. Fed Ex, United Parcel Service and the USPS provide air freight and package express services to La Pine.

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General Aviation Airports The Sunriver Resort Airport is a general aviation airport located 17 miles south of Bend in the heart of the critically acclaimed Resort. With a recently upgraded and refinished 5,500â&#x20AC;&#x2122; long paved and lighted airstrip, the Resort airport is the third busiest in the state and is one of the longest private airstrips in the West. The airport serves a wide range of aircraft from small private planes to corporate jets. Also prominent among these highend services is luxury auto rental provided by the Kendall Automotive as well as full services to pilots and flight crews.

Additional Transportation Services For air freight, Central Oregon is served by Federal Express, United Parcel Service, and US Postal Service Express mail. Motor Freight La Pine is located on major freight highway U.S. 97, that provides a north-south route, connecting with I-5 south in California, north through Washington State to the Canadian border or east-west interstate I-84 in northern Oregon. In terms of rail service, Burlington Northern-Santa Fe, Union Pacific, and the City of Prineville Railway provide direct rail connections for shipping to any market in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Amtrak provides passenger rail service to Central Oregon via the Chemult station, about 60 miles south of Bend on Hwy 97. Transit within Central Oregon, Cascades East Transit (CET) operates the regional bus system, providing service within the City of Bend, and between Bend and the following cities: La Pine, Prineville, Madras, Culver, Metolius, Warm Springs, Redmond, and Sisters. CET is managed by the Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council (COIC). For more information, visit www.cascadeseasttransit.com, call locally: 541-385-8680 or call toll free 1-866-385-8680.

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FIRE & EMERGENCY SERVICES http://www.lapinefire.org/ The La Pine Rural Fire Protection District was formed by vote of the community and order of the Board of Commissioners of Deschutes County on May 12, 1971. Over the years many neighborhoods and communities have annexed into the Fire District in order to obtain services. In 1992, the Sunriver Business Park annexed. The La Pine Rural Fire Protection District is bordered on the North by the community of Sunriver and shares a close mutual aid relationship with the Sunriver Fire Department. It is bordered on the East by US Forest and BLM lands generally following the TransCanada gas line from North to South. The Fire District is bordered on the South by Klamath County. The Fire District covers about 115 square miles of area. The ambulance service area in both Deschutes and Klamath County covers more than 1,000 square miles. Reference: http://www.lapinefire.org/documents/map.pdf

PARKS & RECREATION La Pine is in close proximity to many scenic and recreational sites, including Newberry National Monument (Paulina Peak Caldera, Paulina & East Lakes, Big Obsidian Flow and vistas with a view of five states; La Pine provides a popular public golf course, Quail Run, has many ATV track and trails, snowmobile trails, horse camping, kayaking, premier fly fishing, rafting, and hiking trails. Reference: http://lapineparks.org/ La Pine State Park, Wickiup and Crane Prairie Reservoirs, Sparks, Elk, Odell, Crescent, Davis, Twin Lakes; Little Deschutes and Deschutes Rivers; Wickiup Butte and Lake, and Pringle Falls. To single out only one recreational location doesn’t do justice to the wonderful array of choices surrounding La Pine, but If you want to immerse yourself in a subalpine forest where the air has that high-Cascades tang; to stay in a clean, quiet campground next to a twisting, cold river brimming with trout (and a nearby legendary fly fishing spot) and surrounded by miles of waiting-to-be-explored wilderness; to sit smack in the middle of dozens of highmountain lakes then LaPine State Park demands special callout and a visit.

RESORTS Known and respected throughout Oregon, the Northwest and much of the United States is the Sunriver Resort Properties, which include Caldera Springs and Crosswater as upscale alpine homes for purchase or rental. World-class tennis, golfing, biking, canoeing and kayaking are just a few of the outdoor activities enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. Sunriver is about halfway between La Pine and Bend, Oregon – roughly 18 miles either direction. Did we mention the fantastic downhill and Nordic skiing available at Mt. Bachelor 20 miles

TOPOGRAPHY & CLIMATE With an average of 300 days of sunshine a year, La Pine enjoys the climate typical of the high desert. The town’s proximity to the Cascade Mountains gives La Pine readily accessible fresh water generated by snow-melt. The Deschutes Rivers (big and little) run parallel to and through the community, in parts. At 4,300 feet, La Pine lies approximately 1,000 feet above Bend to the north. Summer temperatures average a high of 85°F and a low of 42°F. Winter temperatures range from an average high of 47°F to an average low of 20°F.

City La Pine

4300’

Sunriver Bend

4100’ 3623’

Sisters

3200’

Redmond

3077’

Prineville

2868’

Madras

2242’

Warm Springs

1575’

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TRAVEL DISTANCES FROM LA PINE La Pine is situated along the U.S. Hwy. 97. It is located 30 miles south of Bend, 160 miles east of Salem, and 108 miles east of Eugene. From La Pine, residents can reach most other Central Oregon communities within about an hour or less. Major cities on the western side of the Cascades are two to four hours away. Other major West Coast cities—Seattle, Boise and San Francisco— are all accessed by a full day’s drive.

Distance from La Pine, Oregon City | State Redmond, OR Bend, OR Prineville, OR Salem, OR Eugene, OR Portland, OR Seattle, WA Boise, ID San Francisco, CA

Miles 46 30 65 160 108 192 357 346 462

Drive Time 0 hr 50 min 0 hr 35 min 1 hr 15 min 3 hr 0 min 2 hr 0 min 4 hr 0 min 6 hr 30 min 6 hr 0 min 7 hr 30 min

Source: Google.com

RESOURCES IN LA PINE Organizations La Pine Economic Development (541) 536-1432 or (541) 604-4095 http://www.ci.la-pine.or.us/ed www.edcoinfo.com La Pine Chamber of Commerce 51425 U.S. 97, La Pine, OR 97739 (541) 536-9771 | http://www.lapine.org/ Sunriver Chamber of Commerce PO Box 3246, Sunriver OR 97707 541-593-8149 http://www.sunriverchamber.com exec@sunriverchamber.com

Services · Business recruitment and development for the La Pine area · Strategic projects, infrastructure resources capacity and availability · Industrial Parcel pricing, availability and amenities for the La Pine area · Networking and advertising for area professionals · Resource for La Pine business information · Marketing and promotion of La Pine area businesses · Production of community events · Networking and advertising for area professionals · Resource for Sunriver business information · Marketing and promotion of Sunriver area businesses · Production of community events

City of La Pine 16345 Sixth Street, La Pine, OR 97739 (541) 536-1432 www.ci.la-pine.or.us

· · ·

La Pine Branch of Deschutes Library · 110 North Cedar St., La Pine, OR 97739 (541) 617-7087 · www.deschuteslibrary.org

Business licenses Business Planning Zoning & Ordinances Business librarians offer entrepreneurs, small business market research Provides meeting space at no charge

Sunriver Branch of Deschutes Library 56855 Venture Ln, Bend, OR 97707 (541) 312-1080 www.deschuteslibrary.org La Pine Rural Fire Projection District · 51550 Huntington Rd, La Pine, OR 97739 (541) 536-2935 www.lapinefire.com

Business occupancy inspections

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BUSINESS RESOURCES Below is a sampling of the broad variety of business support organizations (BSO’s) that cover the continuum of business development - from concept to mature business. More resources are available, so contact EDCO for a complete list including local resources or customized assistance that utilizes our longstanding relationships with these organizations. Organizations

Services

Business Oregon 541-388-3236 www.oregon4biz.com COCC (Central Oregon Community College) 541-383-7700 | www.cocc.edu COIC (Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council) 541-548-8163 | www.coic.org Deschutes County 541-388-6584 www.deschutes.org EDCO (Economic Development for Central Oregon) 541-388-3236 www.edcoinfo.com

• Business recruitment, retention, and expansion at the state level • Assists early stage businesses with capital access • Connection services with overseas markets via the Global Strategy Team • Source for two-year associate degree programs as well as technical training • Provides a range of continuing education and personal development programs • Community development services • Workforce skills training • Business loans and grants • Public safety and human services • Assessment and taxation • Manages economic development fund in partnership with EDCO • Recruits traded-sector companies to relocate to Central Oregon • Provides comprehensive assistance to expanding companies • Connect early stage companies with investors, resources, guidance • Manage PubTalk events and the Bend Venture Conference • Regional source for demographics and statistics on business dynamics • Business sharing and support opportunities • Professional and personal growth opportunities for women • Strategy & discussion forum for business owners, execs, and key employees • Confidential peer-to-peer problem solving • Liaison between employers and the Oregon Employment Department • Employer education about workplace issues in Central Oregon • 16 undergraduate degree programs • 6 graduate degree programs

NEW (Network of Entrepreneurial Women) 541-350-9135 | ww.networkwomen.org Opportunity Knocks 541-318-4650 | www.opp-knocks.org Oregon Employer Council Central OR 541-749-4011 | www.oregon.gov/EMPLOY/OEC OSU-Cascades Campus (Oregon State University) 541-322-3100 | www.osucascades.edu HiDEC (High Desert Enterprise Consortium) 541-388-3236 www.hidec.org SBDC (Small Business Development Center) 541-383-7290 www.cocc.edu/sbdc SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) 541-388-3236 www.centraloregon.score.org Tech Alliance 541-409-6560 www.techallianceco.org Vocational Rehab 541-388-6336 www.oregon.gov/dhs/vr Worksource Bend (Oregon Employment Department) 541-388-6050 www.worksourceoregon.org

• Inspires businesses to achieve their dreams through cost efficient continuous process improvement • Training and practical application of best practices • No cost, confidential business advice for entrepreneurs, small businesses • Classes & resources (special expertise in int’l trade, government contracting, etc.) • No cost business education and mentorship, pairing retired executives with business owners and founders • Many valuable templates and tools on national website • • • • •

Organization of Meet-Up groups, events, & education for tech professionals Link between tech entrepreneurs and community startup resources Low-cost office space that fosters collaboration between tenants Employment services and advocacy for people with disabilities Free consultation with businesses about employment needs

• Recruitment services for employers • Job seeker services and resources • Workforce data, state and regional employment data

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CENTRAL OREGON’S ENTREPRENEURIAL LANDSCAPE In December 2015, Bend-Redmond climbed 38 spots to finish in eighth place on the Milken Institute’s list of Best Performing Small Cities. “Led by its vibrant tourism industry, Bend finished third among small metros in one-year job growth ending in 2014, outpacing the national average by 4 percentage points during that period. More 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.” (Source: Milken Institute).The next highestranking Oregon small metro was Medford at 28th. In addition, an increasing level of startup activity is being seen across Central Oregon. Numerous industry clusters are coalescing in such areas as high technology, bioscience, outdoor recreation and consumer goods, food products, brewing & distilling, energy, advanced manufacturing, and UAV (unmanned aerial vehicles). This activity is being driven by both entrepreneurs relocating to the region and local entrepreneurs embarking on their own enterprises. The region is large enough to support the resources and access to capital that help new entrepreneurs get started, while still being small enough that those resources are interconnected enough to support businesses as they grow. Unique to Central Oregon are the numerous community resources and assets that are available. A few of these include those managed by EDCO, such as the Stable of Experts, PubTalk, and the Bend Venture Conference (BVC). The Stable of Experts (SOE) is a searchable database of over 130 experts that spans multiple industries and disciplines. These experts have agreed to dedicate a certain number of hours to helping entrepreneurs fill their skills gaps and mentor young leaders. Every new business is like a puzzle with certain pieces missing. The SOE helps to fill in these missing pieces and increase their probability of success. Central Oregon PubTalk is a monthly event held at McMenamins Old St. Francis School, which has been converted into a very cool pub. These events are a showcase for entrepreneurs to pitch their business ideas and for previously showcased businesses to provide an update on their progress. Keynote speakers are brought in to add an educational component to the event. A successful pitch is an integral component of securing funding, which all new businesses need. PubTalk offers a platform for emerging businesses to practice and perfect that pitch. Coaching sessions are conducted by EDCO prior to the event. The event has grown from 950 attendees in FY 2014 to an expected 1,500 in FY 2105. The BVC has become the marquee event for the entrepreneurial community not just in Bend, but in the entire state of Oregon. The annual event takes place in October and is in its 13th year. The 2014-2015 BVCs were pivotal years for the conference, with over $2M in funding secured for many of the participating startups. Over 465 investors, entrepreneurs, service, professionals, and students attend the BVC.

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ABOUT EDCO Central Oregon Business Begins with EDCO

EDCO Platinum Members

Founded in 1981, EDCO is a non-profit corporation supported by private and public members and stakeholders. Our mission is to create a diversified local economy and a strong base of middle class jobs in Central Oregon. To do this, we focus on helping companies do the following: Move. We guide employers outside the region through the relocation process as a resource for regional data, incentives, talent, site selection, and more. Start. We mentor and advise scalable young companies from concept to exit on issues such as access to capital, critical expertise and strategy. Grow. We help local traded-sector companies expand by finding suppliers, workforce sourcing, permitting, and incentives. In addition, EDCO also works to improve the region’s business climate by influencing state legislation and local policy making, improving our transportation and information links to the rest of the world (air service, telecom) and catalyzing other critical infrastructure or community development needed to be prepared for successful business development.

AmeriTitle Bank of the Cascades Bend Memorial Clinic BendBroadband Cascade Natural Gas Central Electric Cooperative, Inc. Central Oregon Community College CenturyLink City of Bend City of LaPine City of Prineville City of Redmond City of Sisters Combined Communications Crook County Deschutes County Jefferson County Mid Oregon Credit Union OSU-Cascades Pacific Power Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt SGA CPAs & Consultants St. Charles Health System

Board of Directors EDCO is a membership organization with roughly half of its funding coming from public entities (counties, cities and higher education) and the other half coming from private companies and individuals. The organization is guided by a 45-member board drawn from across the tri-county area of Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson, and representing a wide variety of industry sectors.

Focused on Results At EDCO, we keep close tabs on economic indicators such as job growth, total payroll and new capital investment made by traded-sector companies. The results of the last three fiscal years and the first three quarters of fiscal year 20142015 are as follows:

EDCO’s RESULTS

Fiscal Year 2015-2016 (Q3) 2014-2015 2013-2014 2012-2013 2011-2012 TOTALS

Companies 29

Jobs (new & retained) 266

Payroll (estimated)* (Millions) $12.5

New Capital Investment (Millions) $59.7

35 30 29 21 144

594 590 1,136 890 3,476

$24.4 $25.9 $40.1 $30.2 $ 133.1

$102.6 $210.9 $340.0 $25.6 $ 738.8

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EDCO is funded by members

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: 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 Janet Burton La Pine/Sunriver Area Manager Office: 541-536-1432 | Cell: 541-604-4095 jburton@edcoinfo.com

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Mountain Information With over 3,000 acres of lift-accessible terrain, you wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to pass up a trip to the ski resort with the highest skiable elevation in all of Oregon and Washington! Mt. Bachelor, located on the eastern flanks of Oregonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Central Cascades, is known for its light, dry snow, diverse terrain, family-friendliness and long seasons.

The Season

Mountain Topography

Hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm

Summit: 9,065 feet

Season: Nov-May

West Village Base: 6,300 feet

Snowphone: 541-382-7888 or visit mobile site

Northwest Base: 5,700 feet

m.mtbachelor.com Vertical Drop: 3,365 feet Acres of Terrain: 3,683 acres accessible by lift with 1,600 acres groomed daily *Vertical Drop (Please note, Mt. Bachelor calculates the total vertical drop from the Summit at 9,065 feet to the base elevation at the Northwest Express lift which is 5,700. 9,065 - 5,700 = 3,365 feet)


Trail Stats Number of Runs: 71 | Max Run Length: 1.5 miles | Average Snowbase: 150-200" | Average Snowfall: 387" Lift Facilities

Alpine Terrain Rating

Cross-Country Terrain

7 Express Quads

15% Green-Novice

More than a dozen trails, 56 km

3 Triple Chairlifts

25% Blue-Intermediate

machine-groomed and track-set

1 Wonder Carpet

35% Black-Advanced

nightly.

2 Tubing Lifts

25% Double Black-Expert •

5% Green-Beginner

69% Blue-Intermediate

26% Black-Expert

Bill Healy founded Mt. Bachelor Ski Area December 19, 1958 with a rope tow and a single lift. Mt. Bachelor has since grown to be one of the largest ski resorts in the U.S. The resort boasts a wide variety of terrain. Guests can ski or ride 360 degrees off the summit, hike the adjoining cinder cone for a thrilling run down, or, ski the trees to find that great cache of powder! Not only is Mt. Bachelor a great place for expert skiers and riders to get that burn, it is also a fantastic place to learn a snow sport or take the family for an exciting day out. Carrousel, our free beginners lift, offers an easy ride up and gentle slope down. There are also numerous lesson packages to choose from; check out our link to snow sport services. Conveniently located just 22 miles west of Bend, Mt. Bachelor’s season is one of the longest in the Northwest, usually starting in November by Thanksgiving and lasting well into May. Surrounded by the tall hemlocks and pines of the Deschutes National Forest and breathtaking views of the Three Sisters and other Cascade peaks, you are sure to enjoy that mountain experience you seek at Mt. Bachelor!




  

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IMPORTANT NUMBERS City Services City of La Pine: 536-1432 La Pine Chamber of Commerce: 536-9771 La Pine Senior Center: 536-6237 Library - Gilchrist: 433-2167 Library - La Pine: 536-0515 Post Office - La Pine: 536-7452 Dial-A-Ride, La Pine: 478-6494 DMV - La Pine: 388-6322 Central OR Council on Aging-La Pine: 536-3207 Crescent Fire Protection District: 433-2466 Crescent Water Association: 433- 2989 Fire Dept. (non-emergency) Crescent: 433-2406 Fire Dept. (non-emergency) La Pine: 536-2935 County Services Animal Control (Klamath Co.): 1-800-230-3528 Fire Dept. & EMS - Central Cascades: 433-2800 Klamath Co. Comm. Dev: 541-883-5121 Klamath Co. Sheriff: 1-800-275-1890 Klamath Co (North)Sheriff Substation: 433-2010 Klamath Co. Human Resources: 888-339-5247 Media KITC 106.5 FM - Radio Station for Gilchrist/Crescent/La Pine Klamath Falls Herald and News - 800-275-0982 Medical St. Charles Hospital: 328-4321 Schools School Bus - Gilchrist: 541-883-5013 School Bus - La Pine: 536-3222 Schools - Gilchrist Elementary: 433-9403 Schools - Gilchrist Jr. High and HS: 433-2295 Schools - La Pine High School: 322-5360 Schools - La Pine Middle School: 536-5967 Schools- La Pine Elementary: 536-2717 Recreation La Pine Parks and Recreation: 536-2223 Water & Sewer La Pine Sewer District: 536-6236 La Pine Water District: 536-3281


IMPORTANT NUMBERS City Services City of La Pine: 536-1432 La Pine Chamber of Commerce: 536-9771 La Pine Senior Center: 536-6237 Library - La Pine: 536-0515 Post Office - La Pine: 536-7452 Dial-A-Ride, La Pine: 478-6494 DMV - La Pine: 388-6322 Central OR Council on Aging-La Pine: 536-3207 Fire Dept. (non-emergency) La Pine: 536-2935 County Services Fire Dept. & EMS - Central Cascades: 433-2800 Deschutes Co. Comm. Dev: 536-5852 Deschutes Co. Sheriff- La Pine: 536-1758 Deschutes Co. Human Services: 388-6161 Deschutes Co. Health Dept: 322-7400 Deschutes Co. Animal Control: 693-6911 Media KITC 106.5 FM - Radio Station for Gilchrist/Crescent/La Pine Bend Bulletin: 382-1811 BendBroadband: 382-5551 Medical St. Charles Hospital: 328-4321 Schools School Bus - La Pine: 536-3222 Schools - La Pine High School: 322-5360 Schools - La Pine Middle School: 536-5967 Schools- La Pine Elementary: 536-2717 Recreation La Pine Parks and Recreation: 536-2223 Water & Sewer La Pine Sewer District: 536-6236 La Pine Water District: 536-3281 Utilities: Midstate Electric Coop,Inc: 536-2126 Wilderness Garbage & Recycling: 536-1194

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16698 Cabin Lake Lane, La Pine  
16698 Cabin Lake Lane, La Pine