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• 3 Bedrooms • 2 Baths • Single Level •1559 sq. ft. • $325,000

2139 NW Clearwater Dr - Northwest Crossing Lot 602

1033 NW Newport Ave Bend, OR 97701

Duke Warner Realty

A New Home Built By:

• Open Great Room w/gas fireplace • Dining Area open to kitchen • Kitchen complete w/tiled center island & pantry • Single Level • Hardwood Floors | Tile Counters • High Efficiency Furnace • Milgard Windows • 2 Car Garage on rear alley • Fully Landscaped & irrigated • Earth Advantage & Energy Star certified

Directions: From downtown Bend, head west on Skyliners Rd. At roundabout, turn north on Mt Washington Dr and then right on NW Clearwater.

For More Information Contact:

Terry Skjersaa - Broker, CRS Jason Boone - Principal Broker, CRIS Mollie Hogan - Principal Broker, CRS www.BendPropertyListings.com | team@goteamterry.com Team Terry W A R N E R (541) 383-1426 - rea l t y -

DUKE

this information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.


hardwood vinyl c.tile or slate carpet

LOT 602


THE GREG WECH CONSTRUCTION DIFFERENCE GW Construction:

Others:

Roof: Ice & Shield (Valleys & Eaves) Edge Metal Continuous Ridge Vent 5/8 Roof Sheeting 5/8 Overhang Material

None None Plastic Vents 7/16 or less 7/16 or less

Lumber: Kiln-Dried FJ Primed Cedar Fascia Smart Siding Trim 15/32 Sheeting TGI Floor System +Rating 5/8-3/4 Edge Gold Floor Sheeting

Green SPF SPF 7/16 2x or less Plywood

Windows: Milgard Style-Line Windows Good Quality Glass & U-Value Sill Pans Installed

Low Grade Vinyl Low Grade Glass No Sill Pan

House: 93% Efficient Furnace 2 Stage Furnace & Zone Heating Heat Runs In Conditioned Space Hot Water Re-circ. Pump w/Timer Two Coat Paint Jobs

No Zone Located in Attic None One Coat

Sub-Contractors: License Bonded & Insured In C.O.10 years

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A HOME SHOULD BE BOUGHT ON THE QUALITY OF THE CONTRACTOR, SUB-CONTRACTORS AND MATERIALS USED ON THE HOUSE AND NOT BY A SQFT NUMBER!!

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Page 1 of 6 SPEC SHEET : LOT #602 Name:

Address: 2139 NW Clearwater Dr

Y N Section 1: FOUNDATION & CRAWL SPACE & INSULATION & GARAGE SLAB Foundation Walls Wtr Prf Foundation Vents Y CS - Vapor Barrier Y Sub Floor Y Certainteed R-30 Exterior Walls Y Certainteed R-21 Vaulted Ceiling Bats N/A Flat Ceiling Bats Y Certainteed R-49 Vaulted Ceiling Loose Fill N/A Flat Ceiling Loose Fill Y Certainteed R-49 Floor above garage Y Certainteed R-25 Garage Walls Y Certainteed R-11 Interior Walls Y Certainteed R-11 (sound-proofing) Garage Slab Concrete w/ fiber mess Garage Slab Apoxy Misc. Section 2: FRAMING TGI's Sub-Floor Fasteners For Sub-Floor Wall Studs Int. & Ext. Wall Sheeting 2nd Floor Sheeting Fasteners For 2nd Floor Roof Sheeting Over-Hang Sheeting Trusses Fascia Misc.

Miller Lumber - (per TGI layout) 3/4 Edge Gold Glued and Nailed KD Lumber 1/2 OSB N/A N/A 5/8 OSB 5/8 Primed Breckenridge Pacific Lumber - (per print) Primed Cedar - (size per print)

Section 3: ROOF & GUTTERS Brand / Color / Year Ridge Vents Storm Shield Drip Metal Gutters Misc.

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Composite Shingle - Sablewood: 30 year Continuous Eaves and Valleys On Eaves

Section 4: WINDOWS Brand & Type Grids & Color Skylights

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Milgard Style – Line Vinyl window Almond N CCB #158486

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Page 2 of 6 Misc. Section 5: HEATING SYSTEM & WATER HEATER & EARTH ADVANTAGE & CENTRAL VAC Gas Furnace Y Amana GMH95 2-Stage Natural Gas Zone System N Drain Line @ Frnc w/ 90% First Flr Heat Runs Y Located under crawl space Second Flr Heat Runs Air Exchanger Y Thermostat Y Programmable Air Filter Y Amana High Efficiency Filter Elct. Air Cleaner N Humidifier N Gas Water Heater Y 50 Gallon High Efficiency Recirc. Pump w/ Timer N Garage H20 Faucet N Air Conditioner A/C Ready Central Vacuum System N Earth Advtg. Certified Y Energy Star Misc. Section 6: KITCHEN PLUMBING & APPLIANCES Under Mount Sink Top Mount Sink Y Faucet Y Disposal Y Air Switch Y Ice Maker Rough In Y Range/Oven Dual Fuel Y Microwave Hood Y Dishwasher Y Vent Hood N Refrigerator N Misc. Section 7: KITCHEN FLOORING & LIGHTING Flooring Material Under Cabinet Lights Y Can Lighting Y Misc.

Meridian Silver Cast Moen: Extensa - Stainless Badger 5: 1/2 HP Button Body: Chrome GE Profile 30" Dual Fuel Slide-In Range - Stainless GE Profile - Stainless GE Profile - Stainless

Wood flooring

Section 8: SECONDARY BATH PLUMBING & FLOORING & LIGHTING Pedestal N Cabinet Base Y Sink Y Kohler: Archer Faucet / Handles Y Delta: Dryden – Brushed Nickel Toilet / Seat Y Kohler: Archer - White CCB #158486 541.420.1497 cell : 541.383.7161 fax


Page 3 of 6 Flooring Material Bar Light Above Sink Exhaust Fan Tub/Shower

Tile TBD

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Section 9: FAMILY ROOM & FIREPLACE Built In Cabinets Fireplace Fireplace Front Can Lighting TV & Phone outlets Pre-Wired Audio Speakers Pre-Wired Alarm System Flooring Material Misc.

Fiberglass Tub/Shower Unit

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See cabinet plan Heat-N-Glow w/electric ignition Clear Glass

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Wood flooring

Section 10: DINING ROOM FLOORING & LIGHTING Flooring Material Y Wood flooring Dinning Light Fixture Y TBD Misc. Section 11: LAUNDRY ROOM FLOORING & LIGHTING & HOOK - UPS Flooring Material Y Tile Light Fixture Y Florescent Utility Sink N Pull-Out Faucet N Misc. Section 12: MASTER BATH & BEDROOM Sink (quantity) Y Kohler: Archer - White (1) Faucet / Handles Y Delta: Dryden – Brushed Nickel Toilet / Seat Y Kohler: Archer - White Tub N Tub Faucet / Handles N Shower Y Tiled Shower w/Fiberglass Pan Control / Handles Y Delta: Dryden – Brushed Nickel Head Height Standard Light Fixture Y TBD TV & Phone outlets Y Bath Floor Covering Tile Bedroom Floor Covering Carpet Misc.

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Page 4 of 6 Section 13: INTERIOR DOORS & TRIM & HARDWARE and FRONT DOOR Style & Species Y 3 Panel Shaker Style – Paint Grade Head Casing Y 5/4 X 4 MDF Side Casing / Legs Y 1" X 3 MDF Jambs / Sill Y MDF Door Hardware SCHLAGE: Plymouth – Satin Nickel (619) Hinge Color Satin Nickel Baseboard & Corners Y 1/2 X 4 MDF Full Wrapped Windows Y Front Door Y TBD Front Door Handle Y TBD Misc. Section 14: INTERIOR BATH HARDWARE & MIRRORS Master Towel Bar Y Delta Bath Accessories Master Towel Ring Y Delta Bath Accessories Master TP Holder Y Delta Bath Accessories Master Bath Mirror Y Full length 1/2 Bevel Secondary Bath Towel Bar Y Delta Bath Accessories Secondary Bath Towel Ring Y Delta Bath Accessories Secondary Bath TP Holder Y Delta Bath Accessories Secondary Bath Bath Mirror Y Full length 1/2 Bevel Misc.

Section 15: DRYWALL FINISHES Wall Texture Ceiling Texture Garage Type & size of corners Misc. Section 16: INTERIOR COLORS Walls Ceilings Trim Material Interior Doors Staircase Entry Door Exterior/Interior Doors Misc. Section 17: EXTERIOR COLORS Main Body Gables/Shingles Window Trim & Fascia

Orange Peel Orange Peel Finished & Painted, Orange Peel Square

TBD Same as Walls Tan – To Match Almond/Tan Windows

Clear Teak Oil Trim Color

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Page 5 of 6 Porch Ceilings Entry Door Garage Doors Misc.

Body color Natural Teak Oil Body color

Section 18: SIDING MATERIAL Main Body - Lap Main Body – Shingles Gables Window Trim Belly Bands Misc. Section 19: CABINETS & MATERIAL Kitchen Species / Counter Height Door Style Finish Door Handles Baths Species / Counter Height Door Style Finish Door Handles Laundry Species / Counter Height Door Style Finish Door Handles Misc.

TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

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Wood - Alder: 36" Square panel Clear Bin Pulls

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Wood - Alder: 36" (Master) & 34" (Bath 2) Square panel Clear Bin Pulls

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Wood - Alder: 36" Square panel Clear TBD See Cabinet Detail for more information

Section 20: LANDSCAPING, DRIVEWAY, WALKWAYS, PATIOS & FENCES Dry Well Y Gutters Full Landscaping N Refer to landscape plan Driveway Y Asphalt Or Concrete Walkways Y Sidewalk to front porch Front & Rear Deck Y Trex Rear Patio Y Concrete Fence N A/C Enclosure N Misc. Section 21: TILE SELECTIONS & GROUT COLORS Kitchen Counter Tops Tile

Grout Backsplash

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Grout Master Bath Counter Tops

Tile

Grout Floor

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Grout Shower walls Shower floor

Tile Tile

Grout Secondary Bath Counter Tops

Tile

Grout Floor

Tile

Grout Entry Floor

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Grout Fireplace Surround

Tile

Grout Misc.

See Tile detail for more information

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f s e r i e s | p ly m o u t h

Plymouth Classic curves with modern

appeal.

A crackling fire on a cold winter night. T h e co mfo r ti n g s mel l o f fresh apple pie

c o o l i n g o n t h e c o u n t e r. One of our most popular styles, the clean, simple curves of Plymouth deliver classic good looks with a modern ßair.

Choose our Plymouth handlest in a Bright Brass (605) Þnish to give your homeÕs entry a bold, fresh look that never goes out of style.

The subtle sophistication of our Antique Pewter (620) Þnish gives the Plymouth handleset a timeless look thatÕs right at home on any door.

Our Siena egg knob, shown here in our Bright Brass (605) Þnish, adds intrigue to your homeÕs interior design with a fresh, fun shape that complements a variety of dŽcor.

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505/605 Bright Brass

609 Antique Brass

613 Oil Rubbed Bronze

619 Satin Nickel

620 Antique Pewter

625 Bright Chrome

626 Satin Chrome

716 Aged Bronze

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f s e r i e s | p ly m o u t h

Plymouth Classic curves with modern

appeal.

A crackling fire on a cold winter night. T h e co mfo r ti n g s mel l o f fresh apple pie

c o o l i n g o n t h e c o u n t e r. One of our most popular styles, the clean, simple curves of Plymouth deliver classic good looks with a modern ßair.

Choose our Plymouth handlest in a Bright Brass (605) Þnish to give your homeÕs entry a bold, fresh look that never goes out of style.

The subtle sophistication of our Antique Pewter (620) Þnish gives the Plymouth handleset a timeless look thatÕs right at home on any door.

Our Siena egg knob, shown here in our Bright Brass (605) Þnish, adds intrigue to your homeÕs interior design with a fresh, fun shape that complements a variety of dŽcor.

Finishes 30

505/605 Bright Brass

609 Antique Brass

613 Oil Rubbed Bronze

619 Satin Nickel

620 Antique Pewter

625 Bright Chrome

626 Satin Chrome

716 Aged Bronze

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Lynden Door, Inc. 2077 Main Street P.O. BOX 528 Lynden, WA 98264 Phone: 800.631.DOOR (3667) 360.354.5676 Fax: 360.354.3738 www.lyndendoor.com info@lyndendoor.com Printed door colors shown in this brochure may vary from actual doors. To assure color accuracy, please request a material sample.

Dealer information: Printed on FSC certified paper.

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.”

– William Morris, father of the Craftsman movement ©2010 Lynden Door, Inc. All rights reserved.

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LD550 02/10 Printed in Canada

Residential Interior Doors

Lynden Door wood products are highly durable and perform a useful service over a long life cycle. Paper products reach the recycle portion of their loop sooner. For this reason, we have been particularly stingy with wood fiber for our printed materials. This booklet is printed on FSC-certified paper by a certified printer, using vegetable ink. We use the lightest weight paper possible. Literature packaging is held to a minimum. Individually mailed literature is sent in strong, re-sealable envelopes. All Lynden Door product literature is available online in PDF form at www.lyndendoor.com. We encourage you to pass this booklet to others who may find it useful.


Lynden Door Sizing Chart Sizing Chart

Passage Doors 1'0"

1'2"

Bifold Doors

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Factory Prefinished:

Since 1978, our business has been

Building on Quality

doors. Ownership and staff continue this legacy of consistency and the culture of quality found at Lynden Door.

Lynden Door adds value in many ways, including:

Product quality is driven by the hands-on approach of senior management, technological innovation, and rigorous engineering values ­– often exceeding industry standards. Lynden Door partners with members of the design and construction community committed to high standards of integrity, responsiveness and professionalism. Our distributors share our passion for service.

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Door sizing is divided into two basic categories:  Molded Panel and Flush doors. Molded Panel doors are available in a standard range of sizes, based on our ability to configure the molded panels – please consult the chart. Flush Doors include: veneer; StileLine™ sketchface veneer and the Rediscovery Collection; factory finished hardboard; and plastic laminates (not shown in this brochure). Flush doors are not constrained by panel lay-out like Molded Panel doors and so flush doors are available in a great variety of sizes.

• Custom factory machining • Factory finishing • Wider top and bottom rails to allow trimming on site • Pre-graded door faces to reduce defects to the absolute minimum • An extensive, blended product portfolio that includes architectural, commercial and standard residential doors • Industry-leading green building and environmental health choices plus, our Lynden, WA facility is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) Chain of Custody certified • Engineered to deliver peak performance and structural integrity at a competitive price – Lynden Door’s consistent high value is an industry standard • Unique products and features developed through a profound focus on design

800.631.DOOR (3667)

Flush door STANDARD RANGE: 1'0" to 4'0" in width, up to 8'0" in height. Custom sizing is optionally available beyond the standard sizes shown here, however some restrictions apply – please contact your Lynden Door representative for details. Sizing Notes:  Lynden Door distributors add significant value and convenience by maintaining large inventories of standard size doors. This helps competitive pricing and fast delivery. Custom sizing is a common service at Lynden Door and we thrive on accommodating your special needs at an affordable price. Customs are readily available but may affect price and delivery times – please contact your Lynden Door representative for details. Lynden Doors are fabricated with wider top and bottom rails: 2" – 2 1/4" after trim. This allows for site trimming of doors up to 1" on each end without jeopardizing door strength. This allowance makes trimming for optimum fit a simple procedure and eliminates site measuring and special ordering. Factory Finishing and Machining:  ClearLine clear coat or Pacific Collection 7-color standard stain palette. In addition to custom sizing, factory finishing of veneer doors and machining services for all Lynden Door products are also optionally available to reduce site work and make fast-track projects run smoothly. Factory finishing gives your doors the advantage of precision surface preparation and a controlled application environment rather than the dusty, variable conditions typically found on a job site. In addition to enhancing appearance, factory finishing assures proper sealing of all surfaces to minimize moisture transfer and maintain structural stability and dimension. Both standard and custom factory finishes are available that exceed TR-6, AWI UV cured specifications. And Lynden Door factory finish is a healthful choice – it contains no VOCs, thus exceeding the requirements of SCAQMD* Rule 1113 and complying with many green build standards for low emissions. *South Coast Air Quality Management District. For further information on Lynden Door technical specifications, please contact your Lynden Door representative.

• Satin finish sheen • Non-flammable – does not support flame spread rating • Organic earthen pigments

• Doors may optionally be individually poly-bagged for protection • Ultra violet inhibitors to help slow wood aging and reduce photosensitive color change • Durable, cleanable, brilliant, architectural grade finished surfaces

Factory machining makes the most of Lynden Door's knowledge of core construction and internal blocking. Our familiarity with codes and thousands of repetitions on our CNC equipment makes factory machining precise and uniform. Blended Offering:  Lynden Door's unique product portfolio offers residential (SD), commercial (CD) and architectural (LD) doors all made in one facility. This blended offering allows us to meet the needs of even the most diverse specification as we can draw from the strengths of all three door series. Limited Warranties are SD – 1 year, CD – 5 years and LD – lifetime.

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Extensa Chrome one-handle low arc pullout kitchen faucet by Moen

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The styling of Extensa® blends perfectly with any kitchen decor and features the convenience of a pullout spout. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

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chrome finish low-arc spout design for conventional styling pullout spout one-handle lever design for ease of use powerful rinse; aerated stream conventional deck mount design ADA compliant Hydrolock® quick connect system for easy installation limited lifetime warranty

Application: One or three hole Hose length: 68" hose length GPM: 2.2 gpm (8.3 L/min) max. California AB1953/Vermont S152 version:

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Connection size: 1/2" Supply length: 8.5" Hydrolock®: Yes

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MASTER BATH Dryden Two Handle Centerset Lavatory Faucet Model Number: 2551-SS The clean, geometric lines of the Dryden™ line are reminiscent of the Art Deco period of the 1920's and 30's The Dryden collection offers a full complement of coordinating products to create the perfect look. Two handle operation for increased control Features water efficient aerator Available in chrome, Aged Pewter, Brilliance® Stainless or Venetian Bronze® Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty Smart Features

Dryden Monitor® 14 Series Shower Trim Model Number: T14251-SS REQUIRED:

Rough (Valve) (R10000-UNBX) The clean, geometric lines of the Dryden™ line are reminiscent of the Art Deco period of the 1920's and 30's The Dryden collection offers a full complement of coordinating products to create the perfect look. The stylized square raincan showerhed provides a drenching, invigorating experience Utilizes the MultiChoice® Universal rough-in feature Available in chrome, Aged Pewter, Brilliance® Stainless or Venetian Bronze® Pressure Balance control Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty Smart Features

Dryden 18 Towel Bar Model Number: 75118-SS The clean, geometric lines of the Dryden™ line are reminiscent of the Art Deco period of the 1920's and 30's The Dryden collection offers a full complement of coordinating products to create the perfect look. Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty Smart Features


Dryden Toilet Tissue Holder Model Number: 75150-SS The clean, geometric lines of the Dryden™ line are reminiscent of the Art Deco period of the 1920's and 30's The Dryden collection offers a full complement of coordinating products to create the perfect look. Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty Smart Features

Dryden Towel Ring Model Number: 75146-SS The clean, geometric lines of the Dryden™ line are reminiscent of the Art Deco period of the 1920's and 30's The Dryden collection offers a full complement of coordinating products to create the perfect look. Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty Smart Features

Delta MultiChoice® Universal Tub and Shower Valve Body Model Number: R10000-IP MultiChoice® Universal valve body only Accepts single, dual, or dual thermostatic cartridge Cartridge ships with trim Back-to-back capability Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty


SECONDARY BATH Dryden Two Handle Centerset Lavatory Faucet Model Number: 2551-SS The clean, geometric lines of the Dryden™ line are reminiscent of the Art Deco period of the 1920's and 30's The Dryden collection offers a full complement of coordinating products to create the perfect look. Two handle operation for increased control Features water efficient aerator Available in chrome, Aged Pewter, Brilliance® Stainless or Venetian Bronze® Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty Smart Features

Dryden Monitor® 14 Series Tub and Shower Trim Model Number: T14451-SS

REQUIRED: Rough (Valve) (R10000-UN) The clean, geometric lines of the Dryden™ line are reminiscent of the Art Deco period of the 1920's and 30's The Dryden collection offers a full complement of coordinating products to create the perfect look. The stylized square raincan showerhead provides a drenching, invigorating experience Utilizes the MultiChoice® Universal rough-in feature Available in chrome, Aged Pewter, Brilliance® Stainless or Venetian Bronze® Pressure Balance control Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty Smart Features

Dryden 18 Towel Bar Model Number: 75118-SS The clean, geometric lines of the Dryden™ line are reminiscent of the Art Deco period of the 1920's and 30's The Dryden collection offers a full complement of coordinating products to create the perfect look. Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty Smart Features

Dryden Toilet Tissue Holder Model Number: 75150-SS The clean, geometric lines of the Dryden™ line are reminiscent of the Art Deco period of the 1920's and 30's The Dryden collection offers a full complement of coordinating products to create the perfect look. Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty Smart Features


Dryden Towel Ring Model Number: 75146-SS The clean, geometric lines of the Dryden™ line are reminiscent of the Art Deco period of the 1920's and 30's The Dryden collection offers a full complement of coordinating products to create the perfect look. Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty Smart Features

Delta MultiChoice® Universal Tub and Shower Valve Body Model Number: R10000-IP MultiChoice® Universal valve body only Accepts single, dual, or dual thermostatic cartridge Cartridge ships with trim Back-to-back capability Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty


Smart Features Legend ADA Compliant

Brilliance® Finish

CA/VT Compliant

DIAMOND™ Seal Technology

Electronic Faucets

H20Kinetic Technology®

MagnaTite® Docking

Monitor

MultiChoice® Universal Valve

Multi-Flow™

TempAssure®

Touch2O® Technology

Touch Clean

Water-Efficient Faucet

WaterSense® Labeled Products

With Side Sprayer

With Soap/Lotion Dispenser

With Volume Control

Without Volume Control


SMART SOLUTIONS

Brilliance® Anti-Tarnish Finishes Brilliance® finishes, designed to not corrode, tarnish or discolor for a “like-new” look for life, are developed by embedding molecules deep into the faucet’s surface, creating a bond that is virtually indestructible. This process is known as Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD). Delta was the first manufacturer to offer this patented process that creates a bond that's virtually indestructible with an incredibly reflective shine. Brilliance resists abrasions and discoloration better than traditional special finishes and, in many cases, better than chrome. In independent tests using the harshest drain cleaners, the Delta Brilliance drain retained its appearance, while its competitors did not come close. Tested with over 100 household cleaners, the abrasion resistance of the Brilliance finish can even withstand repeated scouring with steel wool. A Brilliance finish is guaranteed not to corrode, tarnish or discolor for as long as you own your home. It can even withstand prolonged exposure to harsh coastal environments. Learn more about the Brilliance Anti-Tarnish Finish process.

Water Efficient Products Water-efficient faucets can help you conserve water by providing a lower flow rate. Most of the lower-flow faucets by Delta® deliver water at 1.5 gpm as compared to the ASME.A112.18.1/CSA.B125.1 industry standard of 2.2 gpm, which will result in a water savings of up to 32%. Low-flow showerheads and handshowers typically range from 1.5 gpm to 2.0 gpm, which represents a 20-40% water savings as compared to the ASME.A112.18.1/CSA.B125.1 industry standard of 2.5 gpm. Learn more about our green initiatives.

WaterSense® Labeled - Showerheads, Handshowers and Lavatories With showering accounting for approximately 17% of residential indoor water use in the United States, the EPA has developed new standards for water-efficiency in the shower. Delta Faucet is one of the first in the industry to qualify for the new WaterSense® program developed by the EPA for showerheads and handshowers. Currently, over 50% of Delta's bath suites feature showerheads and handshowers which meet WaterSense® requirements - with seven of those suites featuring an H2Okinetic® showerhead that flows at 1.5gpm while providing the feel of an enhanced flow of 2.5gpm. All without sacrificing the comfort and convenience of the user experience or the durability and life span of the product. As Delta strives to achieve and increase water-efficiency across our lines, we take our role as a WaterSense partner very seriously. Delta Faucet Company is committed to working with the EPA to encourage efficient use of water resources and actively protect the future of our nation’s water supply. Delta® showerheads and handshowers which meet WaterSense requirements use between 20-40% less water* than the industry standard while our lavatories which meet WaterSense requirements use 32% less†, and all perform as well or better than their less efficient counterparts. *Based on flow rate for showerheads and handshowers of 1.5gpm or 2.0gpm versus Industry Standard of ASME.A112.18.1/CSA.B125.1 of 2.5 gpm (waiting for confirmation on the ASME and CSA standard) †Based on flow rate for lavatories of 1.5 gpm versus Industry Standard ASME.A112.18.1/CSA.B125.1 of 2.2 gpm WATERSENSE® is a registered mark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency


MultiChoice® Universal Valve Flexibility is the big benefit of the MultiChoice® Universal Valve. Once the MultiChoice rough is installed, future shower function upgrades or style changes can easily be made without altering the plumbing behind the wall. By installing the MultiChoice rough valve first, you then can decide what type of shower you want – whether you want to control just the temperature or keep temperature and volume controls separate for maximum flexibility, it’s not a problem. If you want the security of a pressure-balance cartridge or the precise temperature control of thermostatics, MultiChoice Universal makes it easy. And with numerous style options for all functionalities, getting what you want has never been so simple. Learn more about the MultiChoice Universal Valve.

Touch Clean® Only Delta faucets are equipped with Touch-Clean® soft, rubber nubbins that allow you to easily wipe away calcium and lime build-up with the touch of a finger.


(A)

Archer™ Suite

The transitional aesthetic of the Archer Suite is achieved by blending subtle design elements found in craftsman furniture’s chamfering techniques and the intricate facets of jewelry. This combination of beveled edges and curved bases creates a timeless appeal that suits an array of design motifs.

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(B)

(D)

Archer™ Suite A. Archer 6' drop-in whirlpool, pedestal lavatory and two-piece toilet in White.

C. Archer undercounter lavatory in White and Memoirs widespread faucet with Stately

Memoirs ® faucets and accessories with Stately design and Deco lever handles

design and Deco lever handles in Polished Chrome.

in Polished Chrome.

Lavatory K-2355-0 / Faucet K-454-4V-CP

Whirlpool K-1124-0 / Bath drain K-7272-CP Faucet K-T428-4V-CP/K-438-K-NA/K-419-CP/K-424-CP/ Lavatory K-2359-8-0

D. Archer 5' integral apron whirlpool and two-piece toilet with Cachet™ Quiet-Close ™ elongated seat and cover in White and Memoirs Rite-Temp ® pressure-balancing

Faucet K-454-4V-CP / Toilet K-3517-0 / Toilet seat K-4688-0

bath and shower faucet in Polished Chrome.

Toilet tissue holder K-490-CP

Whirlpool K-1122-RA-0 / Bath drain K-7272-CP

B. Archer self-rimming lavatory in White and Archer widespread faucet in Vibrant

Faucet K-T461-4V-CP/K-304-K-NA / Toilet K-3517-0 / Toilet seat K-4688-0

Brushed Nickel. Lavatory K-2356-8-0 / Faucet K-11076-4-BN 57

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(C)

(B)

6' Whirlpool & Bath

Pedestal Lavatory

K-1124, K-1125

K-2359

BubbleMassage™ Bath

Petite Vanity

K-1124-G

K-2449/K-2358

See page 354

See page 204, 126

Two-Piece Toilet Comfort Height K-3517 See page 87

TECHNOLOGY

5' Whirlpool & Bath K-1122, K-1123

Self-Rimming Lavatory

Mirrored Cabinet

BubbleMassage Bath

K-2356

K-3073

K-1122-G

See page 198

See page 137

See page 358

Shower Receptors K-9393, K-9394, K-9475 K-9396, K-9397, K-9479 See pages 315, 316, 317

Undercounter Lavatory

Faucets

K-2355

See pages 238-239

See page 194

Coordinating Faucets and Accessories – Memoirs with Stately design

Archer™ Suite A. Archer petite vanity in Black Forest with lavatory basin in White and Archer widespread faucet in Vibrant® Brushed Nickel. Petite Vanity/Lavatory K-2449-F2/K-2358-8-0 / Faucet K-11076-4-BN B. Detail of pullout drawer on Archer petite vanity. C. Archer mirrored cabinet. Mirrored cabinet K-3073-NA / Sconce (two) K-11365-CP

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Residential Atmospheric Vent Energy Saver Gas Water Heater

Photo is of M-I-5036FBN

FEATURING:

The Atmospheric Vent FVIR Defender Safety System® Models Feature: ■ Bradford White ICON System™—Intelligent gas control with proven millivolt powered technology and built-in piezo igniter. A standard, off the shelf thermopile converts heat energy from the pilot flame into electrical energy to operate the gas valve and microprocessor. No need for external electricity. -- Enhanced Performance—Proprietary algorithms provide enhanced First Hour Delivery ratings and tighter temperature differentials. -- Advanced Temperature Control System—Microprocessor constantly monitors and controls burner operation to maintain consistent and accurate water temperature levels. -- Intelligent Diagnostics—An exclusive green LED light prompts the installer during start-up and provides ten different diagnostic codes to assist in troubleshooting. -- Pilot On Indication—Flashing green LED provides positive indication that pilot is on. -- Separate Immersed Thermowell—High strength advanced polymer composite thermowell provides isolation between electric temperature sensor and surrounding water. No need to drain the tank when removing gas valve. ■ Advanced ScreenLok® Technology Flame Arrestor Design—Flame arrestor is designed to prevent ignition of flammable vapor outside of the water heater. ■ Resettable Thermal Switch—Proven and reliable bimetallic switch prevents burner and pilot operation in case of ongoing flammable vapor burn inside of the combustion chamber or restricted air flow. ■ Maintenance Free—No regular cleaning of air inlet openings or flame arrestor is required under normal conditions. ■ Sight Window—Offers a view into the combustion chamber to observe the operation of the pilot and burner. ■ Factory Installed Hydrojet® Total Performance System—Cold water inlet sediment reducing device helps prevent sediment build up in tank. Increases first hour delivery of hot water while minimizing temperature build up in tank. ■ Vitraglas® Lining—Bradford White tanks are lined with a exclusively engineered enamel formula that provides superior protection from the highly corrosive effects of hot water. This formula (Vitraglas®) is fused to the steel surface by firing at a temperature of over 1600ºF. ■ 1" Non-CFC Foam Insulation—Covers the sides and top of tank, reducing the amount of heat loss. This results in less energy consumption, improved operation efficiencies and jacket rigidity. ■ Pedestal Base. ■ Water Connections—3⁄4" NPT factory installed true dielectric fittings. ■ Factory Installed Heat Traps. ■ Protective Magnesium Anode Rod. ■ 3x4 “Snap Lock” Draft Diverter—Allows either 3" or 4" vent connections with inputs of 40,000 BTU/Hr or less. Over 40,000 BTU/Hr. has the 4" “Snap Lock” Draft Diverter. ■ T&P Relief Valve—Included. ■ Low Restriction Brass Drain Valve—Durable tamper proof design.

6 or 10-Year Limited Tank Warranties / 6 or 10-Year Limited Warranty on Component Parts. For more information on warranty, please visit www.bradfordwhite.com For products installed in USA, Canada and Puerto Rico. Some states do not allow limitations on warranties. See complete copy of the warranty included with the heater. MANUFACTURED UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING U.S. PATENTS: 5,954,492; 5,761,379; 5,943,984; 5,081,696; 5,988,117; 6,142,216; 5,199,385; 5,574,822; 5,372,185; 5,485,879; 5,277,171; (B1)5,341,770; 5,660,165; 5,596,952; 5,682,666; 4,904,428; 5,023,031; 5,000,893; 4,669,448; 4,829,983; 4,808,356; 5,115,767; 5,092,519; 5,052,346; 4,416,222; 4,628,184; 4,861,968; 4,672,919; Re. 34,534; 7,270,087 B2. OTHER U.S. AND FOREIGN PATENT APPLICATIONS PENDING. CURRENT CANADIAN PATENTS: 1,272,914; 1,280,043; 1,289,832; 2,045,862; 2,112,515; 2,108,186; 2,107,012; 2,092,105; 2,409,271. Defender Safety System®, ScreenLok®, Vitraglas® and Hydrojet® are registered trademarks of Bradford White® Corporation.

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Residential Atmospheric Vent Gas Water Heater Energy Saver Models

Meet or exceed ASHRAE 90.1b (current standard) C.E.C. Listed 79% Recovery Efficiency

NATURAL GAS AND LIQUID PROPANE GAS Recovery 90°F Rise*

Capacity Model Number

M-I-30T6FBN● M-I-30S6FBN M-I-303T6FBN● M-I-40T6FBN● M-I-403S6FBN● M-I-404T6FBN● M-I-5036FBN● M-I-50L6FBN M-I-504S6FBN● M-I-60T6FBN

U.S. Gal. 30 30 29 40 40

Imp. Gal. 25 25 24 33 33

Nat. BTU/Hr. Input 32,000 30,000 40,000 40,000 40,000

LP BTU/Hr. Input 31,000 26,000 35,000 36,000 38,000

Nat. U.S. GPH 33 31 42 42 42

Nat. Imp. GPH 28 26 34 34 34

LP U.S. GPH 32 27 37 38 40

LP Imp. GPH 27 23 31 32 33

40 50 48 50 60

33 42 40 42 50

50,000 40,000 40,000 50,000 40,000

48,000 36,000 38,000 48,000 38,000

53 42 42 53 42

44 34 34 44 34

50 38 40 50 40

42 32 33 42 33

Recovery 50°C Rise*

Capacity Model Number

M-I-30T6FBN● M-I-30S6FBN M-I-303T6FBN● M-I-40T6FBN● M-I-403S6FBN● M-I-404T6FBN● M-I-5036FBN● M-I-50L6FBN M-I-504S6FBN● M-I-60T6FBN

Liters 114 114 110 151 151 151 189 182 189 227

Nat. kW Input 9.4 8.8 11.7 11.7 11.7 14.7 11.7 11.7 14.7 11.7

LP kW Input 9.1 7.7 10.3 10.6 11.1 14.1 10.6 11.1 14.1 11.1

Nat. Liters/ Hour 125 117 159 155 155 201 159 159 201 163

LP Liters/ Hour 121 102 140 140 148 189 144 151 189 151

A Floor to Flue Conn.

B Jacket Dia.

C Vent Size

D Floor to T&P Conn.

E Floor to Gas Conn.

F Floor to Water Conn.

Approx. Shipping Weight

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

in.

lbs.

59 1⁄8 483⁄8 58 593⁄8 50

16 18 16 18 20

3x4 3x4 3x4 3x4 3x4

493⁄4 /563⁄8 383⁄4 493⁄4 /551⁄4 50 /565⁄8 41 /471⁄4

13 13 13 13 13

571⁄2 463⁄4 561⁄2 573⁄4 481⁄2

104 100 109 120 128

603⁄4 59 5⁄8 493⁄4 58 1⁄2 603⁄4

18 20 22 20 22

4 3x4 3x4 4 3x4

511⁄2 /58 50 / 57 401⁄2 50 /553⁄4 501⁄2

13 13 13 13 13

581⁄2 58 481⁄4 57 58 1⁄4

127 145 153 150 166

A Floor to Flue Conn.

B Jacket Dia.

C Vent Size

D Floor to T&P Conn.

E Floor to Gas Conn.

F Floor to Water Conn.

Approx. Shipping Weight

mm.

mm.

mm.

mm.

mm.

mm.

kg.

1502 1229 1473 1508 1270 1543 1514 1264 1486 1543

406 457 406 457 508 457 508 559 508 609

76x102 76x102 76x102 76x102 76x102 102 76x102 76x102 102 76x102

1264 /1432 9841 1264 /1403 1270 /1438 1041 /1200 1308 /1473 1270 /1445 1029 1270 /1416 1282

330 330 330 330 330 330 330 330 330 330

1461 1187 1435 1467 1232 1486 1473 1226 1448 1480

47 45 49 54 58 58 66 69 68 75

Propane models feature a Titanium Stainless Steel propane burner. For Propane (LP) models change suffix “BN” to “SX”. For 10 year models, change suffix from “6” to “10”. *Based on manufacturers rated recovery efficiency. •Models feature optional top T&P location and must be specified when ordering. Note: M-I-30S, M-I-50L and M-I-60T do not have top T&P option.

C

B F

D

Optional Top T&P Valve Location

A

E

Meets NAECA Requirements • “D” dimension listed as side/top. C General All gas water heaters are certified at 300 PSI test pressure (2068 kPa) and 150 PSI working pressure (1034 kPa). All water connections are 3⁄4" NPT (19mm) on 8" (203mm) centers. All gas connections are 1⁄2" (13mm). All models design certified by CSA International (formerly AGA/CGA), ANSI standard Z-21.10.1 and peak performance rated. Dimensions and specifications subject to change without notice in accordance with our policy of continuous product improvement. Suitable for Water (Potable) Heating and Space Heating. Toxic chemicals, such as those used for boiler treatment, shall NEVER be introduced into this system. This unit may NEVER be connected to any existing heating system or component(s) previously used with a non-potable water heating appliance. B F

D

A

Ambler, PA For U.S. and Canada field service, contact your professional installer orE local Bradford White sales representative.

Sales 800-523-2931 ● Fax 215-641-1670 / Technical Support 800-334-3393 ● Fax 269-795-1089 ● Warranty 800-531-2111 ● Fax 269-795-1089 International: Telephone 215-641-9400 ● Telefax 215-641-9750 / www.bradfordwhite.com Sales / Technical Support 866-690-0961 / 905-238-0100 ● Fax 905-238-0105 / www.bradfordwhite.com

©2010, Bradford White Corporation. All rights reserved.

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Builders' Choice Tub-Showers: 2603SGM Model #: 2603SGM 24/7 Fax-on-Demand: 1075 Dimensions: 60'' x 32'' x 74'' Metric Dimensions: 1525 x 815 x 1880

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Left or right hand drain

Surface: Lascoat gelcoat

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Codes: C-UPC ®

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TOPOGRAPHY & CLIMATE

EDUCATION

The geographical climate for Central Oregon is predominately High Desert. Summer temperatures range from an average high of 85 degrees to a low of 44 degrees Fahrenheit. Winter temperatures range from average highs in the 40s to lows in the 20s. Annual precipitation ranges from 8.5 to 20 inches. Every community in Central Oregon has its own variations of temperature and precipitation, relative to its elevation and proximity to the mountains. The region is known for sun – averaging just two weeks fewer sunny days than San Diego, CA. Interestingly, the region lies on one of the nation’s largest rain gradients: Redmond receives an average of 8.6 inches of precipitation and is only 60 miles from a region in the Cascades that receives over 120 inches.

Six major public school districts serve over 31,000 students; there are also ten private schools in the region.

Elevation Bend La Pine Redmond Sisters

3623’ 4300’ 3077’ 3200’

Sunriver Madras Prineville Warm Springs

4100’ 2242’ 2868’ 1575’

POPULATION & PROJECTIONS 2008 Tri-County Population: 216,310 1995

2000

2005

2008

Crook Co.

15,700

19,182

21,150

26,845

Prineville

8,205

7,356

9,082

10,370

Unincorporated Deschutes Co. Bend

9,947

11,826

12,068

16,475

89,500

115,367

143,490

167,015

29,425

52,029

70,328

80,995

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1,610

9,650

13,481

21,109

25,445

765

959

1,706

1,875

49,660

48,898

50,337

57,090

15,400

19,009

20,600

22,450

600

802

1,019

1,325

4,290

5,078

5,592

6,640

540

635

804

880

La Pine Redmond Sisters Unincorporated Jefferson Co. Culver Madras Metolius Warm Springs

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5,727

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Unincorporated

9,905

6,767

13,185

13,605

120,600

153,558

185,240

216,310

Total Population

Sources: Portland State University Center for Population Research and U.S. Census Bureau; estimates are for July of each year

Tri-County Growth Comparison Population

2000

Tri-County Oregon U.S.

2005

153,558

185,240

2008

2000-08 Growth

216,310

35.9%

3,436,750

3,631,440

3,791,075

10.3%

282,194,308

295,895,897

304,059,724

7.7%

Sources: Portland State University Center for Population Research and U.S. Census Bureau; estimates are for July of each year

School District (Website; Area Code 541)

Crook County (crookcounty.k12.or.us; 447-5664)

Deschutes County Bend-La Pine (bend.k12.or.us; 383-6000)

Redmond (redmond.k12.or.us; 923-5437)

Sisters (sisters.k12.or.us; 549-8521)

Jefferson County Madras/Warm Springs (jcsd.k12.or.us; 475-6192)

Culver (culver.k12.or.us; 546-2251)

Tri-County Total

BUSINESS SUPPORT SERVICES

Students 3,146

Schools

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Bend-La Pine School District, the seventh largest in the state, has an attendance area that spans more than 1,600 square miles. Using Oregon's School Report Cards, more than two-thirds of the Bend-La Pine schools are rated 'Strong' or 'Exceptional'; similarly, the most recent 2008 SAT Scores dropout rate was 2.28% Bend-La Pine 1591 lower than the statewide Oregon 1552 average by nearly half. More than 80% of BendWashington 1568 La Pine students conCalifornia 1512 tinue their education after Nation 1511 graduation. Since 2000, Sources: The College Board, Bend-La Pine students in the Bend-La School District Pine School system have continually scored higher on SAT tests than their peers nation- and statewide. Central Oregon Community College (COCC) provides programs and courses at its Bend and Redmond campuses as well as other regional locations. COCC offers transfer/ lower division programs, mirroring the first two years of a university education at a fraction of the cost, plus professional technical programs to move students into local industry jobs. The Business and Employee Development department delivers industry-specific courses and workshops tailored to business and industry's changing needs; the Small Business Development Center provides active support for the region's many small businesses. COCC also offers a wide range of continuing education for personal and professional development. www.cocc.edu; 541-383-7700

Deschutes County Population Projections 2015

2020

2025

2015-25 Growth

Bend UGB

91,158

100,646

109,389

20.0%

Redmond UGB

29,667

36,831

45,724

54.0%

Sisters UGB Non-Urban County County Total

2,694

3,166

3,747

39.0%

65,924

73,502

81,951

24.3%

189,443

214,145

240,811

27.1%

Source: Deschutes County 2004 Coordinated Population Forecast; latest available projections

OSU Cascades Campus is a branch of Oregon State University located at 2600 NW College Way. The Campus offers upper division courses in nine majors and Master’s Degrees in Counseling and Teaching. Majors are offered through the University of Oregon and OSU. Students receive excellent advising, work with one another and faculty in small classes and earn first-hand community experience in most majors. www.OSUcascades.edu; 541-322-3100

Contact Info

Services

Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO) is a private, nonprofit membership-based organization dedicated to building a strong and secure economic future for Central Oregon. Founded 28 years ago, EDCO has two key purposes: to attract primary employers in the technology and manufacturing sectors from outside the area and to help existing companies expand and increase productivity and profitability. To most effectively reach the diverse communities in the region, EDCO operates four offices:

Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO)

P: 541-388-3236 800-342-4135 E: info@edcoinfo.com www.edcoinfo.com

Comprehensive assistance to relocating or expanding companies Demographics and other statistics Incentive programs (grants, enterprise zones) Connect early stage candidates with investors

Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

P: 541-383-7290 www.cocc.edu/cbi

Confidential business counseling Business/marketing plan development and review Business seminars

Oregon Economic and Community Development Department (OECDD)

P: 541-388-6266 http://econ.oregon.gov/

Business loans and grants Workforce training grants International trade assistance

Oregon Employment Department (OED)

P: 541-388-6070 www.employment. oregon.gov/

Connection point for employees and employers Regional and statewide labor market statistics Oregon unemployment insurance administrators

Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council (COIC)

P: 541-548-8163 www.coic.org

Business loans and grants Workforce skills training

Opportunity Knocks (OK)

P: 541-318-4650 www.opp-knocks.org

Confidential peer-to-peer problem solving Business seminars

High Desert Enterprise Consortium (HiDEC)

P: 541-388-3236 www.hidec.org

Learning tours Lean training and resources for manufacturing Industry roundtables

Redmond Office 446 SW 7th St., Redmond, OR 97756 541-923-5223

The Business Resource Network (BRN)

P: 541-388-3236

Custom solutions to workforce needs Partnership of OED, COCC, COIC, EDCO, and Vocational Rehabilitation

Prineville/Crook County Office 187 NW 2nd St., Prineville, OR 97754 541-233-2015

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ABOUT EDCO

CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND OTHER BUSINESS RESOURCES Organization

Phone / Website

Bend Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-382-3221 Website: www.bendchamber.org

Bend Visitor & Convention Bureau

Phone: 877-245-8484 Website: www.visitbend.com

Central Oregon Visitors Association (COVA)

Phone: 800-800-8334 Website: www.visitcentraloregon.com

Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Business and Economic Development

Phone: 541-553-3468 Website: www.warmsprings.com

Crooked River Ranch Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-923-2679 Website: www.crrchamber.com

La Pine Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-536-9771 Website: www.lapine.org

La Pine Industrial Group

Phone: 541-536-9042 Website: www.lapineindustrial.org

Madras/Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-475-2350 Website: www.madraschamber.com

Prineville/Crook County Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-447-6304 Website: www.visitprineville.com

Redmond Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-923-5191 Website: www.redmondcofc.com

Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-549-0251 Website: www.sisterschamber.com

Sunriver Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-593-8149 Website: www.sunriverchamber.com

© 2009 Economic Development for Central Oregon Some photos provided by Loren Irving and Sunriver Resort

2009 Central Oregon Area Profile

Bend Office (Regional) 109 NW Greenwood Ave., Suite 102 Bend, OR 97701 541-388-3236

Jefferson County Office 2028 NW Airport Way, Madras, OR 97741 541-390-3121

EDCO Platinum Members BendBroadband Cascade Natural Gas Central Electric Cooperative, Inc. Community First Bank Mid Oregon Credit Union Pacific Power Qwest Communications St. Charles Medical Center U.S. Bank Central Oregon Community College OSU Cascades Campus City of Bend

Welcome to Central Oregon! The region encompasses dramatic snow-capped mountain ranges to high desert plateaus within the counties of Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. It's no surprise Central Oregon leads the state in population growth -- one of five new Oregonians chooses to live in the tri-county area. Over the last decade, Central Oregon has also topped the state in job growth, resulting in a region that's characterized by thriving small businesses and entrepreneurial activity. This Profile provides an overview of economic facts and figures useful for new residents and businesses alike; if you need more specific information, call us or visit our new, comprehensive website at www.edcoinfo.com.

City of Madras City of Sisters City of Prineville City of Redmond Crook County Deschutes County Jefferson County

www.edcoinfo.com • Email: info@edcoinfo.com 541-388-3236 • 800-342-4135 • fax: 541-388-6705 109 NW Greenwood Ave. Suite 102, Bend OR 97701

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Company

St. Charles Medical Center Les Schwab Tire Centers (regionwide) Sunriver Resort T-Mobile Mt. Bachelor Wal-Mart (regionwide) TRG Customer Solutions Safeway (regionwide) Bend Memorial Clinic Bright Wood Corporation Kah Nee Ta Resort & Casino JELD-WEN Development (Eagle Crest) Knife River Corporation Opportunity Foundation (Redmond) Black Butte Ranch JELD-WEN Windows & Doors Ray's Grocery Stores (regionwide) Hooker Creek Companies (regionwide) Costco Bank of the Cascades (regionwide) Athletic Club of Bend Contact Industries Albertsons Supermarkets (regionwide) Lowe’s (regionwide) Fred Meyer (regionwide) The Bulletin (Bend & Redmond) PCC Schlosser Home Depot (regionwide) BendBroadband Central Oregon Trucking Mid Oregon Personnel The Riverhouse Woodgrain Millwork The Parr Company (regionwide) Cessna JELD-WEN Millworks Manufacturing LifeWise Health Plans The Center (Ortho/Neuro Care & Research) NeighborImpact (regionwide) Deschutes Brewery Macy’s Wells Fargo Bank Kirby Nagelhout Bend Research Epic Aircraft Clear Choice Health Plans (Bend) Target Stores Keith Manufacturing Co. Warm Springs Forest Products Microsemi

HEALTH CARE

VALUATIONS

TOP 50 PRIVATE EMPLOYERS Employees

3,028 1,500* 850 850 750 700 650 578 510 465 417 400 350 330 322 320 306 300 292 281 270 270 251 240 236 230 221 204 200 200 200 200 195 185 185 182 180 160 155 153 150 150 150 149 147 141 136 130 130 116

Source: EDCO Business Research, April 2009; *unconfirmed

Entrepreneurs and Small Employers Listed above are the region’s largest non-government employers. Central Oregon’s businesses are typified by innovative, small companies producing niche-market products and services, from semiconductors to software, medical instruments to recreational equipment. Despite a smaller population base than other West Coast metro areas, Central Oregon possesses a business sophistication and amenities typically found only in big cities – from support services to world-class health care. The region is supportive of business and has a well-educated workforce. Using its large network of business contacts and knowledge, EDCO helps connect early stage companies with needed resources and capital.

Financial Central Oregon is home to 18 financial institutions which collectively have more than 80 branches in the tri-county area. Three national banks are represented and nine banks are Oregon-based, including three (Bank of the Cascades, Community First Bank, and High Desert Bank) headquartered in Central Oregon. In 2008, the total FDIC-insured deposit base for the region was $2.59 billion. Reflecting higher than average deposit wealth, Central Oregon supports a significant number of financial planning and investment firms. Value of Financial Deposits (in millions) Crook County Deschutes County Jefferson County Tri-County Total

2008 $271 $2,191 $133 $2,595

2007 $266 $2,264 $137 $2,667

2005 $210 $1,990 $111 $2,311

2000 $115 $1,065 $89 $1,269

Source: FDIC Summary of Deposits

Real Estate Value of Real Estate (in billions) 2008

2007

2005

2000

$3.80

$3.95

$1.61

$1.04

$37.67

$36.92

$20.93

$11.18

Jefferson County

$2.98

$2.83

$1.96

$1.52

Tri-County Total

$44.45

$43.70

$24.50

$13.74

Crook County Deschutes County

Source: County Assessors Offices, Estimated Real Market Values

UTILITIES SERVING CENTRAL OREGON Electricity For all sectors, Oregon's electrical rates are well below the national average. For industrial customers, Central Oregon providers (Pacific Power [PPL] at 888-221-7070, Central Electric Coop [CEC] at 541-548-2144, and Midstate Electric at 541-536-2126) offer rates 35% below the national average and 55% below neighboring California. Average 2008 Industrial Rate (in cents, per kwh)

U.S. 7.02

CA 10.20

OR 4.91

CEC 4.58

PPL 4.66

2008 MEDIAN WAGES

Health care is one of Central Oregon’s crown jewels. Attracted to the area for its quality of life, the region has a disproportionately large concentration of outstanding physicians and specialists both within the four-hospital system and in private clinics. Cascade Healthcare Community, Inc. (CHC), headquartered in Bend, owns and operates the St. Charles medical centers in Bend and Redmond, operates Pioneer Memorial Hospital in Prineville, and provides management services for Mountain View Hospital in Madras. A private, notfor-profit organization, CHC is known for quality, compassionate care and has recently completed major facility upgrades. Air Life is available throughout the region and is supported by Level II and III trauma services.

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$13.90

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$11.37

$12.07

$12.26

$11.85

Customer Service Rep

$13.26

$13.84

$15.71

$14.63

Network Systems Admin

$25.28

$29.97

$35.41

$34.57

Computer Support Spec

$16.99

$19.91

$22.68

$21.76

Database Administrator

$27.57

$35.05

$35.14

$35.25

Marketing Manager

$40.90

$44.96

$58.90

$54.98

Sales Manager

$45.65

$45.65

$48.97

$57.02

Industrial Production Mgr

$36.18

$37.94

$41.38

$44.42

General & Operations Mgr

$33.35

$42.50

$49.24

$54.02

COMPUTER & TECHNICAL

PROFESSIONAL

MEDIA The Bulletin is the dominant daily newspaper while local papers cover Madras, Redmond, Prineville, Sisters, and La Pine. Additionally, there are two business publications, a monthly lifestyle magazine, and an alternative weekly newspaper. Three privately-held companies (Horizon Broadcasting, Bend Radio Group, and Combined Communications) collectively own 14 radio stations plus there are two independent operators. In 2007, the NBC affiliate, KTVZ-TV, purchased the local Fox affiliate, KFXO-TV, and the ABC affiliate, KOHD-TV, launched operations. In late 2008, KBNZ went on air as Central Oregon's new CBS affiliate. BendBroadband broadcasts local origination programming through COTV, its community cable channel.

Sources: 2008 Oregon Employment Dept.; 2007 Bureau of Labor Statistics for CA and WA

UNEMPLOYMENT Annual Rates

2008

INCOME LEVELS

2007

2006

2005

2000

Crook County

9.6

6.3

6.0

6.7

8.4

Deschutes County

8.0

5.0

4.6

5.5

5.3

Jefferson County

9.9

6.8

5.7

6.1

5.7

Oregon

6.4

5.2

5.4

6.2

5.1

U.S.

5.8

4.6

4.7

5.1

4.0

Source: Oregon Employment Department

Per Capita**

2008

2007

2006

2005

2000

Crook

$51,200

$46,700

$49,400

$48,050

Deschutes

$63,500

$58,700

$58,800

Jefferson

$48,500

$44,500

Oregon

$63,800

$58,700

2005

2000

$34,400

$25,158

$23,802

$20,359

$57,800

$41,600

$35,073

$32,094

$26,928

$47,200

$46,000

$35,900

$24,986

$23,514

$19,841

$55,700

$58,900

$47,800

$35,143

$32,289

$28,197

*U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; **U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, 2007 data is most current available

User

Commercial Industrial Industrial – High Volume

2008 COVERED EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES Crook County Industry

Average Employment

Total Payroll

Jefferson County

Deschutes County Average Annual Wage

Average Employment

Total Payroll

Average Annual Wage

Average Employment

Total Payroll

Average Annual Wage

Nat’l Resources & Mining

165

$4,650,782

$28,187

615

$21,250,092

$34,553

376

$10,132,347

$26,948

Construction

358

$13,804,074

$38,559

5,681

$221,827,194

$39,047

115

$3,985,867

$34,660

1,072

$33,290,934

$31,055

5,082

$200,593,777

$39,471

1,036

$35,747,654

$34,505

Wholesale Trade

866

$46,202,279

$53,351

1,628

$78,602,981

$48,282

222

$7,918,117

$35,667

Manufacturing

BendBroadband, BendTel, Qwest, Quantum Communications, Rio Communications

Wireless Internet

Clearwire, Community Broadband, I Love My WiFi, Webformix, Yellowknife Wireless

Cable

BendBroadband, Chambers Cable, Crestview Cable

Resellers & Integrators

East Cascade Telecom (landline & DSL), Integra Telecom (Internet & voice)

Telephone Interconnect

ACT Cascades, CascadeTel, Telecom Resources

Cellular

Sprint, T-Mobile, Unicel, US Cellular, Verizon

2008

2007

2006

2005

Bend

$289,450

$345,000

$351,978

$279,900

Jefferson Co

$139,950

$177,950

$165,080

$133,500

Crook Co

$177,500

$199,450

$195,500

$149,275

Redmond

$216,000

$250,000

$262,749

$198,818

Sisters

$367,450

$415,000

$460,000

$394,250

Sunriver

$555,738

$548,547

$575,000

$432,500

2008

2007

2006

2005

Bend

$353,142

$426,044

$406,122

$334,570

Redmond

$245,204

$286,543

$292,268

$226,238

Sisters

$437,636

$526,626

$514,259

$449,979

Sunriver

$628,979

$637,734

$627,345

$501,764

Per Therm Cost (1 therm = 100,000 BTUs)

Retail Trade

530

$11,856,164

$22,370

10,193

$264,886,717

$25,987

541

$12,144,405

$22,448

Jefferson Co

$144,146

$187,367

$178,228

$131,493

Transp, Wharehsg, & Util

415

$17,977,659

$43,320

1,209

$61,679,305

$51,017

105

$5,562,516

$52,976

Crook Co

$206,874

$224,151

$212,173

$154,906

$3.00

$1.18

Information

35

$1,001,007

$28,600

1,615

$89,593,408

$55,476

21

$697,880

$33,232

Source: Central Oregon Association of Realtors for two above charts, 2009

$12.00

$1.15

Financial Activities

180

$5,355,816

$29,755

3,685

$163,298,321

$44,314

117

$3,053,747

$26,100

up to $500

$0.99 - $1.01

Professional & Bus Svcs

310

$10,200,625

$32,905

7,301

$258,564,989

$35,415

134

$3,608,741

$26,931

Education & Health Svcs

643

$21,777,985

$33,869

8,988

$395,611,712

$44,016

248

$6,716,934

$27,084

Leisure & Hospitality

636

$8,864,355

$13,938

9,993

$168,209,106

$16,833

529

$7,422,431

$14,031

187

$3,585,747

$19,175

Bend Redmond

Other Services

Average Monthly Rent (for a 3 bedroom home) 2007

2006

2005

$1003

$1005

$965

$935

$884

$885

$919

$673

222

$4,546,726

$20,481

2,325

$59,416,209

$28,565

1,276

$53,105,308

$41,619

8,212

$346,422,005

$42,185

2,364

$87,209,055

$36,890

County Total

6,708

$232,725,714

$34,694

66,526

$2,329,955,816

$35,023

5,993

$187,785,441

$31,334

Jefferson County

$834

$842

$672

$673

$15.06

Crook County

$790

$846

$748

$724

Source: Oregon Employment Department, 2009

$16.68

$16.84

Source: Central Oregon Rental Owners' Association, 2009

Miles 145 189 251 311 323 507 838

Drive Time 3 hours, 3 minutes 4 hours, 6 minutes 4 hours, 44 minutes 5 hours, 42 minutes 6 hours, 33 minutes 9 hours, 0 minutes 13 hours, 48 minutes

Airports Commercial service at Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM, www.flyrdm.com) is provided by Horizon Air, Delta, United, and Allegiant Air. These carriers offer approximately 44 arriving and departing flights daily to and from San Francisco, Portland, Eugene, Seattle, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, Denver, and Las Vegas. RDM also serves air cargo and general aviation traffic, including extensive corporate and business travel. Other general aviation airports include Bend, Madras/ Jefferson County, Prineville/Crook County, Sisters, and Sunriver. Bend and Prineville airports began expansion in 2007; after completing a significant parking expansion, in 2008 Redmond Airport embarked on a two-year $38 million project to triple the size of the terminal by Jan. 2010. Air Freight & Package Express Service Central Oregon is served by Federal Express, United Parcel Service, and USPS. Motor Freight US Highways 97 and 20, both of which run through Central Oregon, are two of Oregon’s major trucking routes. The 17 plus trucking companies that operate in Central Oregon utilize Hwy 97 to access Interstate 5 (north-south) and Interstate 84 (eastwest), reaching the Northwest’s metro areas. Rail Services Burlington Northern, 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 Highway 97. Public Transit

2008

Government Avg Hourly Wage

State OR OR WA WA ID CA CA

Source: Rand McNally

Average Home Price (residential, less than one acre)

Base Charge

Water & Sewer Cities in the region have invested in the latest technology for the least environmental impact and greatest savings to residents and businesses. Rates vary between communities in the region. Commercial and industrial rates are based on meter size; please contact EDCO for specifics.

City Portland Medford Olympia Seattle Boise San Francisco Los Angeles

Median Home Price (residential, less than one acre)

2007

Sources: Department of Energy Administration, EDCO Business Research May 2009

Natural Gas Natural gas is widely available throughout Central Oregon and is supplied by Cascade Natural Gas Corporation (888522-1130) serving more than 44,000 industrial, commercial and residential customers. The current approximate commercial rate, after a basic charge of $3.00, is $1.18/therm. The industrial rate, after a basic charge of $12.00, is $1.15/therm. Large volume users may qualify for additional negotiated rates; please contact EDCO for additional information.

Telecom Resources Carriers & Providers

Distance from Bend, Oregon

HOUSING COSTS

Median Family of Four* Area

TRANSPORTATION

TELECOMMUNICATIONS Built largely over the last decade, Central Oregon’s telecommunications infrastructure is one of the Northwest’s most technologically advanced, meeting business and telecommuting requirements for capacity, redundancy and reliability. High-end data services, typically offered only in large metro areas, include Ethernet access rates up to 10Gb. Several local providers focus purely on the commercial marketplace. Services are delivered to residential and commercial customers across a number of access options including land line (copper), high speed fiber optics, and wireless (WiFi, WiMax and secure microwave). Many providers offer DSL, ISDN, Frame Relay, ATM, and Metro Ethernet services, along with the traditional high capacity TDM services (T1, T3, OCx). All Local Exchange Carrier (LEC) central offices use digital electronic switches and the entire system is on a redundant, selfhealing fiber optic network.

Bend operates a municipal fixed-route bus transit system (BAT). Bus transportation by Greyhound is available from Bend, Madras, Prineville, and Redmond. CAC Transportation Inc. offers a shuttle service from Central Oregon to Portland and Central Cascades Lines provides shuttle service between Bend and La Pine.


Rank 2009

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

2008

1 2 4 6 5 8 9 7 10 3 14 16 24 22 28 13 20 17 19 23 18 NL 25 27 12 26 29 31 32 35 NL 21 NL 11 15 34 37 43 50 39 42 48 36 41 44 46 45 33 NL 47

Company

St. Charles Medical Center Les Schwab Tire Centers (regionwide) Sunriver Resort T-Mobile Mt. Bachelor Wal-Mart (regionwide) TRG Customer Solutions Safeway (regionwide) Bend Memorial Clinic Bright Wood Corporation Kah Nee Ta Resort & Casino JELD-WEN Development (Eagle Crest) Knife River Corporation Opportunity Foundation (Redmond) Black Butte Ranch JELD-WEN Windows & Doors Ray's Grocery Stores (regionwide) Hooker Creek Companies (regionwide) Costco Bank of the Cascades (regionwide) Athletic Club of Bend Contact Industries Albertsons Supermarkets (regionwide) Lowe’s (regionwide) Fred Meyer (regionwide) The Bulletin (Bend & Redmond) PCC Schlosser Home Depot (regionwide) BendBroadband Central Oregon Trucking Mid Oregon Personnel The Riverhouse Woodgrain Millwork The Parr Company (regionwide) Cessna JELD-WEN Millworks Manufacturing LifeWise Health Plans The Center (Ortho/Neuro Care & Research) NeighborImpact (regionwide) Deschutes Brewery Macy’s Wells Fargo Bank Kirby Nagelhout Bend Research Epic Aircraft Clear Choice Health Plans (Bend) Target Stores Keith Manufacturing Co. Warm Springs Forest Products Microsemi

HEALTH CARE

VALUATIONS

TOP 50 PRIVATE EMPLOYERS Employees

3,028 1,500* 850 850 750 700 650 578 510 465 417 400 350 330 322 320 306 300 292 281 270 270 251 240 236 230 221 204 200 200 200 200 195 185 185 182 180 160 155 153 150 150 150 149 147 141 136 130 130 116

Source: EDCO Business Research, April 2009; *unconfirmed

Entrepreneurs and Small Employers Listed above are the region’s largest non-government employers. Central Oregon’s businesses are typified by innovative, small companies producing niche-market products and services, from semiconductors to software, medical instruments to recreational equipment. Despite a smaller population base than other West Coast metro areas, Central Oregon possesses a business sophistication and amenities typically found only in big cities – from support services to world-class health care. The region is supportive of business and has a well-educated workforce. Using its large network of business contacts and knowledge, EDCO helps connect early stage companies with needed resources and capital.

Financial Central Oregon is home to 18 financial institutions which collectively have more than 80 branches in the tri-county area. Three national banks are represented and nine banks are Oregon-based, including three (Bank of the Cascades, Community First Bank, and High Desert Bank) headquartered in Central Oregon. In 2008, the total FDIC-insured deposit base for the region was $2.59 billion. Reflecting higher than average deposit wealth, Central Oregon supports a significant number of financial planning and investment firms. Value of Financial Deposits (in millions) Crook County Deschutes County Jefferson County Tri-County Total

2008 $271 $2,191 $133 $2,595

2007 $266 $2,264 $137 $2,667

2005 $210 $1,990 $111 $2,311

2000 $115 $1,065 $89 $1,269

Source: FDIC Summary of Deposits

Real Estate Value of Real Estate (in billions) 2008

2007

2005

2000

$3.80

$3.95

$1.61

$1.04

$37.67

$36.92

$20.93

$11.18

Jefferson County

$2.98

$2.83

$1.96

$1.52

Tri-County Total

$44.45

$43.70

$24.50

$13.74

Crook County Deschutes County

Source: County Assessors Offices, Estimated Real Market Values

UTILITIES SERVING CENTRAL OREGON Electricity For all sectors, Oregon's electrical rates are well below the national average. For industrial customers, Central Oregon providers (Pacific Power [PPL] at 888-221-7070, Central Electric Coop [CEC] at 541-548-2144, and Midstate Electric at 541-536-2126) offer rates 35% below the national average and 55% below neighboring California. Average 2008 Industrial Rate (in cents, per kwh)

U.S. 7.02

CA 10.20

OR 4.91

CEC 4.58

PPL 4.66

2008 MEDIAN WAGES

Health care is one of Central Oregon’s crown jewels. Attracted to the area for its quality of life, the region has a disproportionately large concentration of outstanding physicians and specialists both within the four-hospital system and in private clinics. Cascade Healthcare Community, Inc. (CHC), headquartered in Bend, owns and operates the St. Charles medical centers in Bend and Redmond, operates Pioneer Memorial Hospital in Prineville, and provides management services for Mountain View Hospital in Madras. A private, notfor-profit organization, CHC is known for quality, compassionate care and has recently completed major facility upgrades. Air Life is available throughout the region and is supported by Level II and III trauma services.

Select Occupations

C. OR

OR

CA

WA

TRADE Truck Driver, Heavy

$17.96

$17.35

$18.89

$18.53

Secretary

$13.90

$14.11

$15.64

$16.31

Receptionist

$11.37

$12.07

$12.26

$11.85

Customer Service Rep

$13.26

$13.84

$15.71

$14.63

Network Systems Admin

$25.28

$29.97

$35.41

$34.57

Computer Support Spec

$16.99

$19.91

$22.68

$21.76

Database Administrator

$27.57

$35.05

$35.14

$35.25

Marketing Manager

$40.90

$44.96

$58.90

$54.98

Sales Manager

$45.65

$45.65

$48.97

$57.02

Industrial Production Mgr

$36.18

$37.94

$41.38

$44.42

General & Operations Mgr

$33.35

$42.50

$49.24

$54.02

COMPUTER & TECHNICAL

PROFESSIONAL

MEDIA The Bulletin is the dominant daily newspaper while local papers cover Madras, Redmond, Prineville, Sisters, and La Pine. Additionally, there are two business publications, a monthly lifestyle magazine, and an alternative weekly newspaper. Three privately-held companies (Horizon Broadcasting, Bend Radio Group, and Combined Communications) collectively own 14 radio stations plus there are two independent operators. In 2007, the NBC affiliate, KTVZ-TV, purchased the local Fox affiliate, KFXO-TV, and the ABC affiliate, KOHD-TV, launched operations. In late 2008, KBNZ went on air as Central Oregon's new CBS affiliate. BendBroadband broadcasts local origination programming through COTV, its community cable channel.

Sources: 2008 Oregon Employment Dept.; 2007 Bureau of Labor Statistics for CA and WA

UNEMPLOYMENT Annual Rates

2008

INCOME LEVELS

2007

2006

2005

2000

Crook County

9.6

6.3

6.0

6.7

8.4

Deschutes County

8.0

5.0

4.6

5.5

5.3

Jefferson County

9.9

6.8

5.7

6.1

5.7

Oregon

6.4

5.2

5.4

6.2

5.1

U.S.

5.8

4.6

4.7

5.1

4.0

Source: Oregon Employment Department

Per Capita**

2008

2007

2006

2005

2000

Crook

$51,200

$46,700

$49,400

$48,050

Deschutes

$63,500

$58,700

$58,800

Jefferson

$48,500

$44,500

Oregon

$63,800

$58,700

2005

2000

$34,400

$25,158

$23,802

$20,359

$57,800

$41,600

$35,073

$32,094

$26,928

$47,200

$46,000

$35,900

$24,986

$23,514

$19,841

$55,700

$58,900

$47,800

$35,143

$32,289

$28,197

*U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; **U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, 2007 data is most current available

User

Commercial Industrial Industrial – High Volume

2008 COVERED EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES Crook County Industry

Average Employment

Total Payroll

Jefferson County

Deschutes County Average Annual Wage

Average Employment

Total Payroll

Average Annual Wage

Average Employment

Total Payroll

Average Annual Wage

Nat’l Resources & Mining

165

$4,650,782

$28,187

615

$21,250,092

$34,553

376

$10,132,347

$26,948

Construction

358

$13,804,074

$38,559

5,681

$221,827,194

$39,047

115

$3,985,867

$34,660

1,072

$33,290,934

$31,055

5,082

$200,593,777

$39,471

1,036

$35,747,654

$34,505

Wholesale Trade

866

$46,202,279

$53,351

1,628

$78,602,981

$48,282

222

$7,918,117

$35,667

Manufacturing

BendBroadband, BendTel, Qwest, Quantum Communications, Rio Communications

Wireless Internet

Clearwire, Community Broadband, I Love My WiFi, Webformix, Yellowknife Wireless

Cable

BendBroadband, Chambers Cable, Crestview Cable

Resellers & Integrators

East Cascade Telecom (landline & DSL), Integra Telecom (Internet & voice)

Telephone Interconnect

ACT Cascades, CascadeTel, Telecom Resources

Cellular

Sprint, T-Mobile, Unicel, US Cellular, Verizon

2008

2007

2006

2005

Bend

$289,450

$345,000

$351,978

$279,900

Jefferson Co

$139,950

$177,950

$165,080

$133,500

Crook Co

$177,500

$199,450

$195,500

$149,275

Redmond

$216,000

$250,000

$262,749

$198,818

Sisters

$367,450

$415,000

$460,000

$394,250

Sunriver

$555,738

$548,547

$575,000

$432,500

2008

2007

2006

2005

Bend

$353,142

$426,044

$406,122

$334,570

Redmond

$245,204

$286,543

$292,268

$226,238

Sisters

$437,636

$526,626

$514,259

$449,979

Sunriver

$628,979

$637,734

$627,345

$501,764

Per Therm Cost (1 therm = 100,000 BTUs)

Retail Trade

530

$11,856,164

$22,370

10,193

$264,886,717

$25,987

541

$12,144,405

$22,448

Jefferson Co

$144,146

$187,367

$178,228

$131,493

Transp, Wharehsg, & Util

415

$17,977,659

$43,320

1,209

$61,679,305

$51,017

105

$5,562,516

$52,976

Crook Co

$206,874

$224,151

$212,173

$154,906

$3.00

$1.18

Information

35

$1,001,007

$28,600

1,615

$89,593,408

$55,476

21

$697,880

$33,232

Source: Central Oregon Association of Realtors for two above charts, 2009

$12.00

$1.15

Financial Activities

180

$5,355,816

$29,755

3,685

$163,298,321

$44,314

117

$3,053,747

$26,100

up to $500

$0.99 - $1.01

Professional & Bus Svcs

310

$10,200,625

$32,905

7,301

$258,564,989

$35,415

134

$3,608,741

$26,931

Education & Health Svcs

643

$21,777,985

$33,869

8,988

$395,611,712

$44,016

248

$6,716,934

$27,084

Leisure & Hospitality

636

$8,864,355

$13,938

9,993

$168,209,106

$16,833

529

$7,422,431

$14,031

187

$3,585,747

$19,175

Bend Redmond

Other Services

Average Monthly Rent (for a 3 bedroom home) 2007

2006

2005

$1003

$1005

$965

$935

$884

$885

$919

$673

222

$4,546,726

$20,481

2,325

$59,416,209

$28,565

1,276

$53,105,308

$41,619

8,212

$346,422,005

$42,185

2,364

$87,209,055

$36,890

County Total

6,708

$232,725,714

$34,694

66,526

$2,329,955,816

$35,023

5,993

$187,785,441

$31,334

Jefferson County

$834

$842

$672

$673

$15.06

Crook County

$790

$846

$748

$724

Source: Oregon Employment Department, 2009

$16.68

$16.84

Source: Central Oregon Rental Owners' Association, 2009

Miles 145 189 251 311 323 507 838

Drive Time 3 hours, 3 minutes 4 hours, 6 minutes 4 hours, 44 minutes 5 hours, 42 minutes 6 hours, 33 minutes 9 hours, 0 minutes 13 hours, 48 minutes

Airports Commercial service at Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM, www.flyrdm.com) is provided by Horizon Air, Delta, United, and Allegiant Air. These carriers offer approximately 44 arriving and departing flights daily to and from San Francisco, Portland, Eugene, Seattle, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, Denver, and Las Vegas. RDM also serves air cargo and general aviation traffic, including extensive corporate and business travel. Other general aviation airports include Bend, Madras/ Jefferson County, Prineville/Crook County, Sisters, and Sunriver. Bend and Prineville airports began expansion in 2007; after completing a significant parking expansion, in 2008 Redmond Airport embarked on a two-year $38 million project to triple the size of the terminal by Jan. 2010. Air Freight & Package Express Service Central Oregon is served by Federal Express, United Parcel Service, and USPS. Motor Freight US Highways 97 and 20, both of which run through Central Oregon, are two of Oregon’s major trucking routes. The 17 plus trucking companies that operate in Central Oregon utilize Hwy 97 to access Interstate 5 (north-south) and Interstate 84 (eastwest), reaching the Northwest’s metro areas. Rail Services Burlington Northern, 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 Highway 97. Public Transit

2008

Government Avg Hourly Wage

State OR OR WA WA ID CA CA

Source: Rand McNally

Average Home Price (residential, less than one acre)

Base Charge

Water & Sewer Cities in the region have invested in the latest technology for the least environmental impact and greatest savings to residents and businesses. Rates vary between communities in the region. Commercial and industrial rates are based on meter size; please contact EDCO for specifics.

City Portland Medford Olympia Seattle Boise San Francisco Los Angeles

Median Home Price (residential, less than one acre)

2007

Sources: Department of Energy Administration, EDCO Business Research May 2009

Natural Gas Natural gas is widely available throughout Central Oregon and is supplied by Cascade Natural Gas Corporation (888522-1130) serving more than 44,000 industrial, commercial and residential customers. The current approximate commercial rate, after a basic charge of $3.00, is $1.18/therm. The industrial rate, after a basic charge of $12.00, is $1.15/therm. Large volume users may qualify for additional negotiated rates; please contact EDCO for additional information.

Telecom Resources Carriers & Providers

Distance from Bend, Oregon

HOUSING COSTS

Median Family of Four* Area

TRANSPORTATION

TELECOMMUNICATIONS Built largely over the last decade, Central Oregon’s telecommunications infrastructure is one of the Northwest’s most technologically advanced, meeting business and telecommuting requirements for capacity, redundancy and reliability. High-end data services, typically offered only in large metro areas, include Ethernet access rates up to 10Gb. Several local providers focus purely on the commercial marketplace. Services are delivered to residential and commercial customers across a number of access options including land line (copper), high speed fiber optics, and wireless (WiFi, WiMax and secure microwave). Many providers offer DSL, ISDN, Frame Relay, ATM, and Metro Ethernet services, along with the traditional high capacity TDM services (T1, T3, OCx). All Local Exchange Carrier (LEC) central offices use digital electronic switches and the entire system is on a redundant, selfhealing fiber optic network.

Bend operates a municipal fixed-route bus transit system (BAT). Bus transportation by Greyhound is available from Bend, Madras, Prineville, and Redmond. CAC Transportation Inc. offers a shuttle service from Central Oregon to Portland and Central Cascades Lines provides shuttle service between Bend and La Pine.


Rank 2009

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

2008

1 2 4 6 5 8 9 7 10 3 14 16 24 22 28 13 20 17 19 23 18 NL 25 27 12 26 29 31 32 35 NL 21 NL 11 15 34 37 43 50 39 42 48 36 41 44 46 45 33 NL 47

Company

St. Charles Medical Center Les Schwab Tire Centers (regionwide) Sunriver Resort T-Mobile Mt. Bachelor Wal-Mart (regionwide) TRG Customer Solutions Safeway (regionwide) Bend Memorial Clinic Bright Wood Corporation Kah Nee Ta Resort & Casino JELD-WEN Development (Eagle Crest) Knife River Corporation Opportunity Foundation (Redmond) Black Butte Ranch JELD-WEN Windows & Doors Ray's Grocery Stores (regionwide) Hooker Creek Companies (regionwide) Costco Bank of the Cascades (regionwide) Athletic Club of Bend Contact Industries Albertsons Supermarkets (regionwide) Lowe’s (regionwide) Fred Meyer (regionwide) The Bulletin (Bend & Redmond) PCC Schlosser Home Depot (regionwide) BendBroadband Central Oregon Trucking Mid Oregon Personnel The Riverhouse Woodgrain Millwork The Parr Company (regionwide) Cessna JELD-WEN Millworks Manufacturing LifeWise Health Plans The Center (Ortho/Neuro Care & Research) NeighborImpact (regionwide) Deschutes Brewery Macy’s Wells Fargo Bank Kirby Nagelhout Bend Research Epic Aircraft Clear Choice Health Plans (Bend) Target Stores Keith Manufacturing Co. Warm Springs Forest Products Microsemi

HEALTH CARE

VALUATIONS

TOP 50 PRIVATE EMPLOYERS Employees

3,028 1,500* 850 850 750 700 650 578 510 465 417 400 350 330 322 320 306 300 292 281 270 270 251 240 236 230 221 204 200 200 200 200 195 185 185 182 180 160 155 153 150 150 150 149 147 141 136 130 130 116

Source: EDCO Business Research, April 2009; *unconfirmed

Entrepreneurs and Small Employers Listed above are the region’s largest non-government employers. Central Oregon’s businesses are typified by innovative, small companies producing niche-market products and services, from semiconductors to software, medical instruments to recreational equipment. Despite a smaller population base than other West Coast metro areas, Central Oregon possesses a business sophistication and amenities typically found only in big cities – from support services to world-class health care. The region is supportive of business and has a well-educated workforce. Using its large network of business contacts and knowledge, EDCO helps connect early stage companies with needed resources and capital.

Financial Central Oregon is home to 18 financial institutions which collectively have more than 80 branches in the tri-county area. Three national banks are represented and nine banks are Oregon-based, including three (Bank of the Cascades, Community First Bank, and High Desert Bank) headquartered in Central Oregon. In 2008, the total FDIC-insured deposit base for the region was $2.59 billion. Reflecting higher than average deposit wealth, Central Oregon supports a significant number of financial planning and investment firms. Value of Financial Deposits (in millions) Crook County Deschutes County Jefferson County Tri-County Total

2008 $271 $2,191 $133 $2,595

2007 $266 $2,264 $137 $2,667

2005 $210 $1,990 $111 $2,311

2000 $115 $1,065 $89 $1,269

Source: FDIC Summary of Deposits

Real Estate Value of Real Estate (in billions) 2008

2007

2005

2000

$3.80

$3.95

$1.61

$1.04

$37.67

$36.92

$20.93

$11.18

Jefferson County

$2.98

$2.83

$1.96

$1.52

Tri-County Total

$44.45

$43.70

$24.50

$13.74

Crook County Deschutes County

Source: County Assessors Offices, Estimated Real Market Values

UTILITIES SERVING CENTRAL OREGON Electricity For all sectors, Oregon's electrical rates are well below the national average. For industrial customers, Central Oregon providers (Pacific Power [PPL] at 888-221-7070, Central Electric Coop [CEC] at 541-548-2144, and Midstate Electric at 541-536-2126) offer rates 35% below the national average and 55% below neighboring California. Average 2008 Industrial Rate (in cents, per kwh)

U.S. 7.02

CA 10.20

OR 4.91

CEC 4.58

PPL 4.66

2008 MEDIAN WAGES

Health care is one of Central Oregon’s crown jewels. Attracted to the area for its quality of life, the region has a disproportionately large concentration of outstanding physicians and specialists both within the four-hospital system and in private clinics. Cascade Healthcare Community, Inc. (CHC), headquartered in Bend, owns and operates the St. Charles medical centers in Bend and Redmond, operates Pioneer Memorial Hospital in Prineville, and provides management services for Mountain View Hospital in Madras. A private, notfor-profit organization, CHC is known for quality, compassionate care and has recently completed major facility upgrades. Air Life is available throughout the region and is supported by Level II and III trauma services.

Select Occupations

C. OR

OR

CA

WA

TRADE Truck Driver, Heavy

$17.96

$17.35

$18.89

$18.53

Secretary

$13.90

$14.11

$15.64

$16.31

Receptionist

$11.37

$12.07

$12.26

$11.85

Customer Service Rep

$13.26

$13.84

$15.71

$14.63

Network Systems Admin

$25.28

$29.97

$35.41

$34.57

Computer Support Spec

$16.99

$19.91

$22.68

$21.76

Database Administrator

$27.57

$35.05

$35.14

$35.25

Marketing Manager

$40.90

$44.96

$58.90

$54.98

Sales Manager

$45.65

$45.65

$48.97

$57.02

Industrial Production Mgr

$36.18

$37.94

$41.38

$44.42

General & Operations Mgr

$33.35

$42.50

$49.24

$54.02

COMPUTER & TECHNICAL

PROFESSIONAL

MEDIA The Bulletin is the dominant daily newspaper while local papers cover Madras, Redmond, Prineville, Sisters, and La Pine. Additionally, there are two business publications, a monthly lifestyle magazine, and an alternative weekly newspaper. Three privately-held companies (Horizon Broadcasting, Bend Radio Group, and Combined Communications) collectively own 14 radio stations plus there are two independent operators. In 2007, the NBC affiliate, KTVZ-TV, purchased the local Fox affiliate, KFXO-TV, and the ABC affiliate, KOHD-TV, launched operations. In late 2008, KBNZ went on air as Central Oregon's new CBS affiliate. BendBroadband broadcasts local origination programming through COTV, its community cable channel.

Sources: 2008 Oregon Employment Dept.; 2007 Bureau of Labor Statistics for CA and WA

UNEMPLOYMENT Annual Rates

2008

INCOME LEVELS

2007

2006

2005

2000

Crook County

9.6

6.3

6.0

6.7

8.4

Deschutes County

8.0

5.0

4.6

5.5

5.3

Jefferson County

9.9

6.8

5.7

6.1

5.7

Oregon

6.4

5.2

5.4

6.2

5.1

U.S.

5.8

4.6

4.7

5.1

4.0

Source: Oregon Employment Department

Per Capita**

2008

2007

2006

2005

2000

Crook

$51,200

$46,700

$49,400

$48,050

Deschutes

$63,500

$58,700

$58,800

Jefferson

$48,500

$44,500

Oregon

$63,800

$58,700

2005

2000

$34,400

$25,158

$23,802

$20,359

$57,800

$41,600

$35,073

$32,094

$26,928

$47,200

$46,000

$35,900

$24,986

$23,514

$19,841

$55,700

$58,900

$47,800

$35,143

$32,289

$28,197

*U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; **U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, 2007 data is most current available

User

Commercial Industrial Industrial – High Volume

2008 COVERED EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES Crook County Industry

Average Employment

Total Payroll

Jefferson County

Deschutes County Average Annual Wage

Average Employment

Total Payroll

Average Annual Wage

Average Employment

Total Payroll

Average Annual Wage

Nat’l Resources & Mining

165

$4,650,782

$28,187

615

$21,250,092

$34,553

376

$10,132,347

$26,948

Construction

358

$13,804,074

$38,559

5,681

$221,827,194

$39,047

115

$3,985,867

$34,660

1,072

$33,290,934

$31,055

5,082

$200,593,777

$39,471

1,036

$35,747,654

$34,505

Wholesale Trade

866

$46,202,279

$53,351

1,628

$78,602,981

$48,282

222

$7,918,117

$35,667

Manufacturing

BendBroadband, BendTel, Qwest, Quantum Communications, Rio Communications

Wireless Internet

Clearwire, Community Broadband, I Love My WiFi, Webformix, Yellowknife Wireless

Cable

BendBroadband, Chambers Cable, Crestview Cable

Resellers & Integrators

East Cascade Telecom (landline & DSL), Integra Telecom (Internet & voice)

Telephone Interconnect

ACT Cascades, CascadeTel, Telecom Resources

Cellular

Sprint, T-Mobile, Unicel, US Cellular, Verizon

2008

2007

2006

2005

Bend

$289,450

$345,000

$351,978

$279,900

Jefferson Co

$139,950

$177,950

$165,080

$133,500

Crook Co

$177,500

$199,450

$195,500

$149,275

Redmond

$216,000

$250,000

$262,749

$198,818

Sisters

$367,450

$415,000

$460,000

$394,250

Sunriver

$555,738

$548,547

$575,000

$432,500

2008

2007

2006

2005

Bend

$353,142

$426,044

$406,122

$334,570

Redmond

$245,204

$286,543

$292,268

$226,238

Sisters

$437,636

$526,626

$514,259

$449,979

Sunriver

$628,979

$637,734

$627,345

$501,764

Per Therm Cost (1 therm = 100,000 BTUs)

Retail Trade

530

$11,856,164

$22,370

10,193

$264,886,717

$25,987

541

$12,144,405

$22,448

Jefferson Co

$144,146

$187,367

$178,228

$131,493

Transp, Wharehsg, & Util

415

$17,977,659

$43,320

1,209

$61,679,305

$51,017

105

$5,562,516

$52,976

Crook Co

$206,874

$224,151

$212,173

$154,906

$3.00

$1.18

Information

35

$1,001,007

$28,600

1,615

$89,593,408

$55,476

21

$697,880

$33,232

Source: Central Oregon Association of Realtors for two above charts, 2009

$12.00

$1.15

Financial Activities

180

$5,355,816

$29,755

3,685

$163,298,321

$44,314

117

$3,053,747

$26,100

up to $500

$0.99 - $1.01

Professional & Bus Svcs

310

$10,200,625

$32,905

7,301

$258,564,989

$35,415

134

$3,608,741

$26,931

Education & Health Svcs

643

$21,777,985

$33,869

8,988

$395,611,712

$44,016

248

$6,716,934

$27,084

Leisure & Hospitality

636

$8,864,355

$13,938

9,993

$168,209,106

$16,833

529

$7,422,431

$14,031

187

$3,585,747

$19,175

Bend Redmond

Other Services

Average Monthly Rent (for a 3 bedroom home) 2007

2006

2005

$1003

$1005

$965

$935

$884

$885

$919

$673

222

$4,546,726

$20,481

2,325

$59,416,209

$28,565

1,276

$53,105,308

$41,619

8,212

$346,422,005

$42,185

2,364

$87,209,055

$36,890

County Total

6,708

$232,725,714

$34,694

66,526

$2,329,955,816

$35,023

5,993

$187,785,441

$31,334

Jefferson County

$834

$842

$672

$673

$15.06

Crook County

$790

$846

$748

$724

Source: Oregon Employment Department, 2009

$16.68

$16.84

Source: Central Oregon Rental Owners' Association, 2009

Miles 145 189 251 311 323 507 838

Drive Time 3 hours, 3 minutes 4 hours, 6 minutes 4 hours, 44 minutes 5 hours, 42 minutes 6 hours, 33 minutes 9 hours, 0 minutes 13 hours, 48 minutes

Airports Commercial service at Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM, www.flyrdm.com) is provided by Horizon Air, Delta, United, and Allegiant Air. These carriers offer approximately 44 arriving and departing flights daily to and from San Francisco, Portland, Eugene, Seattle, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, Denver, and Las Vegas. RDM also serves air cargo and general aviation traffic, including extensive corporate and business travel. Other general aviation airports include Bend, Madras/ Jefferson County, Prineville/Crook County, Sisters, and Sunriver. Bend and Prineville airports began expansion in 2007; after completing a significant parking expansion, in 2008 Redmond Airport embarked on a two-year $38 million project to triple the size of the terminal by Jan. 2010. Air Freight & Package Express Service Central Oregon is served by Federal Express, United Parcel Service, and USPS. Motor Freight US Highways 97 and 20, both of which run through Central Oregon, are two of Oregon’s major trucking routes. The 17 plus trucking companies that operate in Central Oregon utilize Hwy 97 to access Interstate 5 (north-south) and Interstate 84 (eastwest), reaching the Northwest’s metro areas. Rail Services Burlington Northern, 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 Highway 97. Public Transit

2008

Government Avg Hourly Wage

State OR OR WA WA ID CA CA

Source: Rand McNally

Average Home Price (residential, less than one acre)

Base Charge

Water & Sewer Cities in the region have invested in the latest technology for the least environmental impact and greatest savings to residents and businesses. Rates vary between communities in the region. Commercial and industrial rates are based on meter size; please contact EDCO for specifics.

City Portland Medford Olympia Seattle Boise San Francisco Los Angeles

Median Home Price (residential, less than one acre)

2007

Sources: Department of Energy Administration, EDCO Business Research May 2009

Natural Gas Natural gas is widely available throughout Central Oregon and is supplied by Cascade Natural Gas Corporation (888522-1130) serving more than 44,000 industrial, commercial and residential customers. The current approximate commercial rate, after a basic charge of $3.00, is $1.18/therm. The industrial rate, after a basic charge of $12.00, is $1.15/therm. Large volume users may qualify for additional negotiated rates; please contact EDCO for additional information.

Telecom Resources Carriers & Providers

Distance from Bend, Oregon

HOUSING COSTS

Median Family of Four* Area

TRANSPORTATION

TELECOMMUNICATIONS Built largely over the last decade, Central Oregon’s telecommunications infrastructure is one of the Northwest’s most technologically advanced, meeting business and telecommuting requirements for capacity, redundancy and reliability. High-end data services, typically offered only in large metro areas, include Ethernet access rates up to 10Gb. Several local providers focus purely on the commercial marketplace. Services are delivered to residential and commercial customers across a number of access options including land line (copper), high speed fiber optics, and wireless (WiFi, WiMax and secure microwave). Many providers offer DSL, ISDN, Frame Relay, ATM, and Metro Ethernet services, along with the traditional high capacity TDM services (T1, T3, OCx). All Local Exchange Carrier (LEC) central offices use digital electronic switches and the entire system is on a redundant, selfhealing fiber optic network.

Bend operates a municipal fixed-route bus transit system (BAT). Bus transportation by Greyhound is available from Bend, Madras, Prineville, and Redmond. CAC Transportation Inc. offers a shuttle service from Central Oregon to Portland and Central Cascades Lines provides shuttle service between Bend and La Pine.


TOPOGRAPHY & CLIMATE

EDUCATION

The geographical climate for Central Oregon is predominately High Desert. Summer temperatures range from an average high of 85 degrees to a low of 44 degrees Fahrenheit. Winter temperatures range from average highs in the 40s to lows in the 20s. Annual precipitation ranges from 8.5 to 20 inches. Every community in Central Oregon has its own variations of temperature and precipitation, relative to its elevation and proximity to the mountains. The region is known for sun – averaging just two weeks fewer sunny days than San Diego, CA. Interestingly, the region lies on one of the nation’s largest rain gradients: Redmond receives an average of 8.6 inches of precipitation and is only 60 miles from a region in the Cascades that receives over 120 inches.

Six major public school districts serve over 31,000 students; there are also ten private schools in the region.

Elevation Bend La Pine Redmond Sisters

3623’ 4300’ 3077’ 3200’

Sunriver Madras Prineville Warm Springs

4100’ 2242’ 2868’ 1575’

POPULATION & PROJECTIONS 2008 Tri-County Population: 216,310 1995

2000

2005

2008

Crook Co.

15,700

19,182

21,150

26,845

Prineville

8,205

7,356

9,082

10,370

Unincorporated Deschutes Co. Bend

9,947

11,826

12,068

16,475

89,500

115,367

143,490

167,015

29,425

52,029

70,328

80,995

NA

NA

NA

1,610

9,650

13,481

21,109

25,445

765

959

1,706

1,875

49,660

48,898

50,337

57,090

15,400

19,009

20,600

22,450

600

802

1,019

1,325

4,290

5,078

5,592

6,640

540

635

804

880

La Pine Redmond Sisters Unincorporated Jefferson Co. Culver Madras Metolius Warm Springs

NA

5,727

NA

NA

Unincorporated

9,905

6,767

13,185

13,605

120,600

153,558

185,240

216,310

Total Population

Sources: Portland State University Center for Population Research and U.S. Census Bureau; estimates are for July of each year

Tri-County Growth Comparison Population

2000

Tri-County Oregon U.S.

2005

153,558

185,240

2008

2000-08 Growth

216,310

35.9%

3,436,750

3,631,440

3,791,075

10.3%

282,194,308

295,895,897

304,059,724

7.7%

Sources: Portland State University Center for Population Research and U.S. Census Bureau; estimates are for July of each year

School District (Website; Area Code 541)

Crook County (crookcounty.k12.or.us; 447-5664)

Deschutes County Bend-La Pine (bend.k12.or.us; 383-6000)

Redmond (redmond.k12.or.us; 923-5437)

Sisters (sisters.k12.or.us; 549-8521)

Jefferson County Madras/Warm Springs (jcsd.k12.or.us; 475-6192)

Culver (culver.k12.or.us; 546-2251)

Tri-County Total

BUSINESS SUPPORT SERVICES

Students 3,146

Schools

42

16,000

25

7,100

13

1,277

4

3,586

11

2,929

8

657

3 61

Bend-La Pine School District, the seventh largest in the state, has an attendance area that spans more than 1,600 square miles. Using Oregon's School Report Cards, more than two-thirds of the Bend-La Pine schools are rated 'Strong' or 'Exceptional'; similarly, the most recent 2008 SAT Scores dropout rate was 2.28% Bend-La Pine 1591 lower than the statewide Oregon 1552 average by nearly half. More than 80% of BendWashington 1568 La Pine students conCalifornia 1512 tinue their education after Nation 1511 graduation. Since 2000, Sources: The College Board, Bend-La Pine students in the Bend-La School District Pine School system have continually scored higher on SAT tests than their peers nation- and statewide. Central Oregon Community College (COCC) provides programs and courses at its Bend and Redmond campuses as well as other regional locations. COCC offers transfer/ lower division programs, mirroring the first two years of a university education at a fraction of the cost, plus professional technical programs to move students into local industry jobs. The Business and Employee Development department delivers industry-specific courses and workshops tailored to business and industry's changing needs; the Small Business Development Center provides active support for the region's many small businesses. COCC also offers a wide range of continuing education for personal and professional development. www.cocc.edu; 541-383-7700

Deschutes County Population Projections 2015

2020

2025

2015-25 Growth

Bend UGB

91,158

100,646

109,389

20.0%

Redmond UGB

29,667

36,831

45,724

54.0%

Sisters UGB Non-Urban County County Total

2,694

3,166

3,747

39.0%

65,924

73,502

81,951

24.3%

189,443

214,145

240,811

27.1%

Source: Deschutes County 2004 Coordinated Population Forecast; latest available projections

OSU Cascades Campus is a branch of Oregon State University located at 2600 NW College Way. The Campus offers upper division courses in nine majors and Master’s Degrees in Counseling and Teaching. Majors are offered through the University of Oregon and OSU. Students receive excellent advising, work with one another and faculty in small classes and earn first-hand community experience in most majors. www.OSUcascades.edu; 541-322-3100

Contact Info

Services

Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO) is a private, nonprofit membership-based organization dedicated to building a strong and secure economic future for Central Oregon. Founded 28 years ago, EDCO has two key purposes: to attract primary employers in the technology and manufacturing sectors from outside the area and to help existing companies expand and increase productivity and profitability. To most effectively reach the diverse communities in the region, EDCO operates four offices:

Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO)

P: 541-388-3236 800-342-4135 E: info@edcoinfo.com www.edcoinfo.com

Comprehensive assistance to relocating or expanding companies Demographics and other statistics Incentive programs (grants, enterprise zones) Connect early stage candidates with investors

Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

P: 541-383-7290 www.cocc.edu/cbi

Confidential business counseling Business/marketing plan development and review Business seminars

Oregon Economic and Community Development Department (OECDD)

P: 541-388-6266 http://econ.oregon.gov/

Business loans and grants Workforce training grants International trade assistance

Oregon Employment Department (OED)

P: 541-388-6070 www.employment. oregon.gov/

Connection point for employees and employers Regional and statewide labor market statistics Oregon unemployment insurance administrators

Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council (COIC)

P: 541-548-8163 www.coic.org

Business loans and grants Workforce skills training

Opportunity Knocks (OK)

P: 541-318-4650 www.opp-knocks.org

Confidential peer-to-peer problem solving Business seminars

High Desert Enterprise Consortium (HiDEC)

P: 541-388-3236 www.hidec.org

Learning tours Lean training and resources for manufacturing Industry roundtables

Redmond Office 446 SW 7th St., Redmond, OR 97756 541-923-5223

The Business Resource Network (BRN)

P: 541-388-3236

Custom solutions to workforce needs Partnership of OED, COCC, COIC, EDCO, and Vocational Rehabilitation

Prineville/Crook County Office 187 NW 2nd St., Prineville, OR 97754 541-233-2015

8

24,377

31,109

Organization

ABOUT EDCO

CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND OTHER BUSINESS RESOURCES Organization

Phone / Website

Bend Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-382-3221 Website: www.bendchamber.org

Bend Visitor & Convention Bureau

Phone: 877-245-8484 Website: www.visitbend.com

Central Oregon Visitors Association (COVA)

Phone: 800-800-8334 Website: www.visitcentraloregon.com

Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Business and Economic Development

Phone: 541-553-3468 Website: www.warmsprings.com

Crooked River Ranch Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-923-2679 Website: www.crrchamber.com

La Pine Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-536-9771 Website: www.lapine.org

La Pine Industrial Group

Phone: 541-536-9042 Website: www.lapineindustrial.org

Madras/Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-475-2350 Website: www.madraschamber.com

Prineville/Crook County Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-447-6304 Website: www.visitprineville.com

Redmond Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-923-5191 Website: www.redmondcofc.com

Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-549-0251 Website: www.sisterschamber.com

Sunriver Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-593-8149 Website: www.sunriverchamber.com

© 2009 Economic Development for Central Oregon Some photos provided by Loren Irving and Sunriver Resort

2009 Central Oregon Area Profile

Bend Office (Regional) 109 NW Greenwood Ave., Suite 102 Bend, OR 97701 541-388-3236

Jefferson County Office 2028 NW Airport Way, Madras, OR 97741 541-390-3121

EDCO Platinum Members BendBroadband Cascade Natural Gas Central Electric Cooperative, Inc. Community First Bank Mid Oregon Credit Union Pacific Power Qwest Communications St. Charles Medical Center U.S. Bank Central Oregon Community College OSU Cascades Campus City of Bend

Welcome to Central Oregon! The region encompasses dramatic snow-capped mountain ranges to high desert plateaus within the counties of Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. It's no surprise Central Oregon leads the state in population growth -- one of five new Oregonians chooses to live in the tri-county area. Over the last decade, Central Oregon has also topped the state in job growth, resulting in a region that's characterized by thriving small businesses and entrepreneurial activity. This Profile provides an overview of economic facts and figures useful for new residents and businesses alike; if you need more specific information, call us or visit our new, comprehensive website at www.edcoinfo.com.

City of Madras City of Sisters City of Prineville City of Redmond Crook County Deschutes County Jefferson County

www.edcoinfo.com • Email: info@edcoinfo.com 541-388-3236 • 800-342-4135 • fax: 541-388-6705 109 NW Greenwood Ave. Suite 102, Bend OR 97701

$1


TOPOGRAPHY & CLIMATE

EDUCATION

The geographical climate for Central Oregon is predominately High Desert. Summer temperatures range from an average high of 85 degrees to a low of 44 degrees Fahrenheit. Winter temperatures range from average highs in the 40s to lows in the 20s. Annual precipitation ranges from 8.5 to 20 inches. Every community in Central Oregon has its own variations of temperature and precipitation, relative to its elevation and proximity to the mountains. The region is known for sun – averaging just two weeks fewer sunny days than San Diego, CA. Interestingly, the region lies on one of the nation’s largest rain gradients: Redmond receives an average of 8.6 inches of precipitation and is only 60 miles from a region in the Cascades that receives over 120 inches.

Six major public school districts serve over 31,000 students; there are also ten private schools in the region.

Elevation Bend La Pine Redmond Sisters

3623’ 4300’ 3077’ 3200’

Sunriver Madras Prineville Warm Springs

4100’ 2242’ 2868’ 1575’

POPULATION & PROJECTIONS 2008 Tri-County Population: 216,310 1995

2000

2005

2008

Crook Co.

15,700

19,182

21,150

26,845

Prineville

8,205

7,356

9,082

10,370

Unincorporated Deschutes Co. Bend

9,947

11,826

12,068

16,475

89,500

115,367

143,490

167,015

29,425

52,029

70,328

80,995

NA

NA

NA

1,610

9,650

13,481

21,109

25,445

765

959

1,706

1,875

49,660

48,898

50,337

57,090

15,400

19,009

20,600

22,450

600

802

1,019

1,325

4,290

5,078

5,592

6,640

540

635

804

880

La Pine Redmond Sisters Unincorporated Jefferson Co. Culver Madras Metolius Warm Springs

NA

5,727

NA

NA

Unincorporated

9,905

6,767

13,185

13,605

120,600

153,558

185,240

216,310

Total Population

Sources: Portland State University Center for Population Research and U.S. Census Bureau; estimates are for July of each year

Tri-County Growth Comparison Population

2000

Tri-County Oregon U.S.

2005

153,558

185,240

2008

2000-08 Growth

216,310

35.9%

3,436,750

3,631,440

3,791,075

10.3%

282,194,308

295,895,897

304,059,724

7.7%

Sources: Portland State University Center for Population Research and U.S. Census Bureau; estimates are for July of each year

School District (Website; Area Code 541)

Crook County (crookcounty.k12.or.us; 447-5664)

Deschutes County Bend-La Pine (bend.k12.or.us; 383-6000)

Redmond (redmond.k12.or.us; 923-5437)

Sisters (sisters.k12.or.us; 549-8521)

Jefferson County Madras/Warm Springs (jcsd.k12.or.us; 475-6192)

Culver (culver.k12.or.us; 546-2251)

Tri-County Total

BUSINESS SUPPORT SERVICES

Students 3,146

Schools

42

16,000

25

7,100

13

1,277

4

3,586

11

2,929

8

657

3 61

Bend-La Pine School District, the seventh largest in the state, has an attendance area that spans more than 1,600 square miles. Using Oregon's School Report Cards, more than two-thirds of the Bend-La Pine schools are rated 'Strong' or 'Exceptional'; similarly, the most recent 2008 SAT Scores dropout rate was 2.28% Bend-La Pine 1591 lower than the statewide Oregon 1552 average by nearly half. More than 80% of BendWashington 1568 La Pine students conCalifornia 1512 tinue their education after Nation 1511 graduation. Since 2000, Sources: The College Board, Bend-La Pine students in the Bend-La School District Pine School system have continually scored higher on SAT tests than their peers nation- and statewide. Central Oregon Community College (COCC) provides programs and courses at its Bend and Redmond campuses as well as other regional locations. COCC offers transfer/ lower division programs, mirroring the first two years of a university education at a fraction of the cost, plus professional technical programs to move students into local industry jobs. The Business and Employee Development department delivers industry-specific courses and workshops tailored to business and industry's changing needs; the Small Business Development Center provides active support for the region's many small businesses. COCC also offers a wide range of continuing education for personal and professional development. www.cocc.edu; 541-383-7700

Deschutes County Population Projections 2015

2020

2025

2015-25 Growth

Bend UGB

91,158

100,646

109,389

20.0%

Redmond UGB

29,667

36,831

45,724

54.0%

Sisters UGB Non-Urban County County Total

2,694

3,166

3,747

39.0%

65,924

73,502

81,951

24.3%

189,443

214,145

240,811

27.1%

Source: Deschutes County 2004 Coordinated Population Forecast; latest available projections

OSU Cascades Campus is a branch of Oregon State University located at 2600 NW College Way. The Campus offers upper division courses in nine majors and Master’s Degrees in Counseling and Teaching. Majors are offered through the University of Oregon and OSU. Students receive excellent advising, work with one another and faculty in small classes and earn first-hand community experience in most majors. www.OSUcascades.edu; 541-322-3100

Contact Info

Services

Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO) is a private, nonprofit membership-based organization dedicated to building a strong and secure economic future for Central Oregon. Founded 28 years ago, EDCO has two key purposes: to attract primary employers in the technology and manufacturing sectors from outside the area and to help existing companies expand and increase productivity and profitability. To most effectively reach the diverse communities in the region, EDCO operates four offices:

Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO)

P: 541-388-3236 800-342-4135 E: info@edcoinfo.com www.edcoinfo.com

Comprehensive assistance to relocating or expanding companies Demographics and other statistics Incentive programs (grants, enterprise zones) Connect early stage candidates with investors

Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

P: 541-383-7290 www.cocc.edu/cbi

Confidential business counseling Business/marketing plan development and review Business seminars

Oregon Economic and Community Development Department (OECDD)

P: 541-388-6266 http://econ.oregon.gov/

Business loans and grants Workforce training grants International trade assistance

Oregon Employment Department (OED)

P: 541-388-6070 www.employment. oregon.gov/

Connection point for employees and employers Regional and statewide labor market statistics Oregon unemployment insurance administrators

Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council (COIC)

P: 541-548-8163 www.coic.org

Business loans and grants Workforce skills training

Opportunity Knocks (OK)

P: 541-318-4650 www.opp-knocks.org

Confidential peer-to-peer problem solving Business seminars

High Desert Enterprise Consortium (HiDEC)

P: 541-388-3236 www.hidec.org

Learning tours Lean training and resources for manufacturing Industry roundtables

Redmond Office 446 SW 7th St., Redmond, OR 97756 541-923-5223

The Business Resource Network (BRN)

P: 541-388-3236

Custom solutions to workforce needs Partnership of OED, COCC, COIC, EDCO, and Vocational Rehabilitation

Prineville/Crook County Office 187 NW 2nd St., Prineville, OR 97754 541-233-2015

8

24,377

31,109

Organization

ABOUT EDCO

CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND OTHER BUSINESS RESOURCES Organization

Phone / Website

Bend Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-382-3221 Website: www.bendchamber.org

Bend Visitor & Convention Bureau

Phone: 877-245-8484 Website: www.visitbend.com

Central Oregon Visitors Association (COVA)

Phone: 800-800-8334 Website: www.visitcentraloregon.com

Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Business and Economic Development

Phone: 541-553-3468 Website: www.warmsprings.com

Crooked River Ranch Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-923-2679 Website: www.crrchamber.com

La Pine Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-536-9771 Website: www.lapine.org

La Pine Industrial Group

Phone: 541-536-9042 Website: www.lapineindustrial.org

Madras/Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-475-2350 Website: www.madraschamber.com

Prineville/Crook County Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-447-6304 Website: www.visitprineville.com

Redmond Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-923-5191 Website: www.redmondcofc.com

Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-549-0251 Website: www.sisterschamber.com

Sunriver Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 541-593-8149 Website: www.sunriverchamber.com

© 2009 Economic Development for Central Oregon Some photos provided by Loren Irving and Sunriver Resort

2009 Central Oregon Area Profile

Bend Office (Regional) 109 NW Greenwood Ave., Suite 102 Bend, OR 97701 541-388-3236

Jefferson County Office 2028 NW Airport Way, Madras, OR 97741 541-390-3121

EDCO Platinum Members BendBroadband Cascade Natural Gas Central Electric Cooperative, Inc. Community First Bank Mid Oregon Credit Union Pacific Power Qwest Communications St. Charles Medical Center U.S. Bank Central Oregon Community College OSU Cascades Campus City of Bend

Welcome to Central Oregon! The region encompasses dramatic snow-capped mountain ranges to high desert plateaus within the counties of Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. It's no surprise Central Oregon leads the state in population growth -- one of five new Oregonians chooses to live in the tri-county area. Over the last decade, Central Oregon has also topped the state in job growth, resulting in a region that's characterized by thriving small businesses and entrepreneurial activity. This Profile provides an overview of economic facts and figures useful for new residents and businesses alike; if you need more specific information, call us or visit our new, comprehensive website at www.edcoinfo.com.

City of Madras City of Sisters City of Prineville City of Redmond Crook County Deschutes County Jefferson County

www.edcoinfo.com • Email: info@edcoinfo.com 541-388-3236 • 800-342-4135 • fax: 541-388-6705 109 NW Greenwood Ave. Suite 102, Bend OR 97701

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Useful Numbers UTILITIES Electric Companies Central Electric Co-op Central Electric Co-op (Sisters) Midstate Electric Co-op (Sunriver/LaPine) Pacific Power & Light

CITY, COUNTY, GOVERNMENT OFFICES

Telephone Qwest

Emergency 548-2144 Police/Sheriff/Fire/Ambulance 549-5698 Poison Control Center 536-2126 St. Charles Hospital 800-221-7070 Fire Departments, Non-Emergency Bend Fire Dept. 546-5533 Bend Fire Dept.—Burn Dept. 923-7765 Bend Fire Dept.—Non-Emergency Deschutes County Rural District #2 LaPine Fire Dept.—Burn Information 800-244-1111 LaPine Fire Dept.—Non-Emergency

Natural Gas Cascade Natural Gas

382-6464

Water Companies Agate Water Apache Water Avion Water Company Bend City Water Cimarron City Water Circle C City of Redmond City of Sisters Crooked River Ranch Water Co. Deschutes Valley Water Indian Meadow Water Laidlaw Water District Long Butte Water Rimrock Estates Water (Linda McCue) Roats Water Sun Country Water Sun Mountain Water Terrebonne Domestic Sunriver Utilites

382-2855 382-2855 382-5342 388-5515 389-7480 548-6116 923-7765 549-6022 923-1041 475-3849 549-5300 389-1255 383-2863 548-0272 382-3029 382-3833 382-7309 548-2727 593-4197

Garbage Bend Garbage & Recycling Cascade Disposal High Country Disposal Sisters Sun Country Disposal Wilderness Garbage & Recycling

382-2263 382-6660 548-4984 549-6022 382-6660 536-1194

Sewer Metolius (City) Redmond (City)

Team

911 800-452-7165 382-4321 388-5533 388-5525 536-2935 318-0459 536-9056 536-2935

Sheriff Departments, Non-Emergency Deschutes County Sheriff Deschutes County—LaPine Station

388-0170 536-1758

Health Department Deschutes County

388-6616

Department of Motor Vehicles Redmond Bend

548-0140 388-6322

Oregon Highway Information

800-977-6368

Voters Registration Deschutes County Registration

388-6547

School Districts Central Oregon Community College Bend/LaPine School District Public Info Redmond School District 2J Sisters School District #6

383-7700 383-6000 923-5437 549-8521

MISCELLANEOUS Cable Television & Internet Bend Cable (Redmond & Bend Service) Chambers Cable of Sunriver Clearwire (Mike)

Terry

382-5551 593-1296 771-6739

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