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9619 SW Columbia Dr|Madras|Oregon|97741 Prepared By: Danetta Rider 845 SW Veterans Way Redmond, OR 97760 Office: 541-527-1274 Email: danettar@deschutestitle.com “Service is the Difference” Homebook DISCLAIMER: Deschutes County Title has provided this information as a courtesy and assumes no liability for errors, omissions, or the accuracy of the data and does not warranty the fitness of this product for any particular purpose. Bend 397 SW Upper Terrace Dr Bend, Oregon 97702 Office: 541.389.2120 Fax: 541.389.2180 Redmond 845 SW Veterans Way Redmond, Oregon 97756 Office: 541.527.1274 Fax: 541.527.1281 La Pine 51515 Huntington Rd La Pine, Oregon 97739 Office: 541.876.6990 Fax: 541.876.2740 St Helens 240 South First Street St. Helens, Oregon 97051 Office: 503.397.2587 Fax: 503.366.1708 Prepared for Jeff Larkin jeff@jefflarkinrealty.com (541) 480-5606

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Deschutes Title Market Report Madras, OR 97741 REPORT FOR 3/8/2024 Single-Family Homes Presented by Kevin White 541-389-2120 kwhite@titlemanagement.org www.deschutestitle.com

This week the median list price for Madras, OR 97741 is $449,900 with the market action index hovering around 30. This is less than last month's market action index of 31 Inventory has decreased to 33

Market Action Index

This answers “How’s the Market?” by comparing rate of sales versus inventory

LastMonth

Real-Time Market Profile

The market has been cooling over time and prices have recently flattened. Despite the consistent decrease in Market Action Index (MAI), we’re in a Seller’s Market (where significant demand leaves little inventory available). If the MAI begins to climb, prices will likely follow suit If the MAI drops consistently or falls into the Buyer’s zone, watch for downward pressure on prices.

Market Segments

Each segment below represents approximately 25% of the market ordered by price.

Single-Family Homes
Madras, OR 97741
Median List Price $449,900 Median Price of New Listings $345,000 Per Square Foot $260 Average Days on Market 99 Median Days on Market 84 Price Decreased 39% Price Increased 0% Relisted 0% Inventory 33 Median Rent $1,650 Market Action 30 Slight Seller's Advantage Deschutes Title Market Report deschutestitle.com
Buyer's Market Seller's Market 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Tod a y
30 Slight Seller's Advantage
Median Price Sq. Ft. Lot Size Beds Bath Age New Absorbed DOM $599,900 1,886 1 - 2 5 acres 3 2 48 0 0 66 $532,350 2,092 1 - 2.5 acres 3 2 34 0 2 115 $399,000 1,732 6,500 - 8,000 sqft 3 2 0 0 3 42 $319,000 1,150 6,500 - 8,000 sqft 3 2 39 1 3 140 2 of 6 Fri Mar 08 2024 Powered by Altos Research, Inc. | www.altos.re | Copyright © 2024 Altos Research, Inc.

Median List Price

In the last few weeks we’ve seen prices in this zip code bouncing around this plateau. Look for a persistent down-shift in the Market Action Index before we see prices deviate from these levels.

Segments

In the quartile market segments, we see prices in this zip code have generally settled at a plateau, although Quartile 1 has been trending a bit downward in recent weeks. We'll need to see a persistent shift in the Market Action Index before we see prices across the board move from these levels.

Single-Family Homes Madras, OR 97741 Deschutes Title Market Report deschutestitle.com
7-Day Average 90-Day Average Mar 2024 Sep 2023 Mar 2023 Sep 2022 Mar 2022 Sep 2021 Mar 2021 Sep 2020 Mar 2020 Sep 2019 $200K $250K $300K $350K $400K $450K $500K
Top 90-Day Upper 90-Day Lower 90-Day Bottom 90-Day Mar 2024 Sep 2023 Mar 2023 Sep 2022 Mar 2022 Sep 2021 Mar 2021 Sep 2020 Mar 2020 Sep 2019 $0 $1.0M $250K $500K $750K $1.3M 3 of 6 Fri Mar 08 2024 Powered by Altos Research, Inc. | www.altos.re | Copyright © 2024 Altos Research, Inc.

Price Per Square Foot

The market plateau is seen across the price and value. The price per square foot and median list price have both been reasonably stagnant. Watch the Market Action Index for persistent changes as a leading indicator before the market moves from these levels.

Inventory has been falling in recent weeks. Note that declining inventory alone does not signal a strengthening market. Look to the Market Action Index and Days on Market trends to gauge whether buyer interest is changing with the available supply.

Single-Family Homes Madras, OR 97741 Deschutes Title Market Report deschutestitle.com
7-Day Average 90-Day Average Mar 2024 Sep 2023 Mar 2023 Sep 2022 Mar 2022 Sep 2021 Mar 2021 Sep 2020 Mar 2020 Sep 2019 $125 $150 $175 $200 $225 $250 $275 Inventory
7-Day Average 90-Day Average Mar 2024 Sep 2023 Mar 2023 Sep 2022 Mar 2022 Sep 2021 Mar 2021 Sep 2020 Mar 2020 Sep 2019 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 4 of 6 Fri Mar 08 2024 Powered by Altos Research, Inc. | www.altos.re | Copyright © 2024 Altos Research, Inc.

Market Action Index

The market has been cooling over time and prices have recently flattened. Despite the consistent decrease in Market Action Index (MAI), we’re in a Seller’s Market (where significant demand leaves little inventory available). If the MAI begins to climb, prices will likely follow suit. If the MAI drops consistently or falls into the Buyer’s zone, watch for downward pressure on prices.

Market Action Segments

Not surprisingly, all segments in this zip code are showing high levels of demand. Watch the quartiles for changes before the whole market changes. Often one end of the market (e.g. the high-end) will weaken before the rest of the market and signal a slowdown for the whole group.

Single-Family Homes Madras, OR 97741 Deschutes Title Market Report deschutestitle.com
7-Day Average 90-Day Average Mar 2024 Sep 2023 Mar 2023 Sep 2022 Mar 2022 Sep 2021 Mar 2021 Sep 2020 Mar 2020 Sep 2019 0 20 40 60 80 100
Top 90-Day Upper 90-Day Lower 90-Day Bottom 90-Day Mar 2024 Sep 2023 Mar 2023 Sep 2022 Mar 2022 Sep 2021 Mar 2021 Sep 2020 Mar 2020 Sep 2019 20 40 60 80 100 5 of 6 Fri Mar 08 2024 Powered by Altos Research, Inc. | www.altos.re | Copyright © 2024 Altos Research, Inc.

Median Days on Market (DOM)

The properties have been on the market for an average of 106 days. Half of the listings have come newly on the market in the past 84 or so days. Watch the 90-day DOM trend for signals of a changing market.

It is not uncommon for the higher priced homes in an area to take longer to sell than those in the lower quartiles.

Single-Family Homes Madras, OR 97741 Deschutes Title Market Report deschutestitle.com
7-Day Average 90-Day Average Mar 2024 Sep 2023 Mar 2023 Sep 2022 Mar 2022 Sep 2021 Mar 2021 Sep 2020 Mar 2020 Sep 2019 0 25 50 75 100 125 150 Segments
Top 90-Day Upper 90-Day Lower 90-Day Bottom 90-Day Mar 2024 Sep 2023 Mar 2023 Sep 2022 Mar 2022 Sep 2021 Mar 2021 Sep 2020 Mar 2020 Sep 2019 0 50 100 150 200 6 of 6 Fri Mar 08 2024 Powered by Altos Research, Inc. | www.altos.re | Copyright © 2024 Altos Research, Inc.
DemographicsReport JeffersonCountyOR SiteAddress 9619NWColumbiaDr MadrasOR97741 Parcel# 10444 QueryDistanceFromParcel 1miles CensusBlocksInQuery 3 SubjectParcel ReportDetails
SiteAddress 9619NWColumbiaDr MadrasOR97741 Parcel# 10444 QueryDistanceFromParcel 1miles CensusBlocksInQuery 3 Population 91 Urban 0 Rural 91 % Total Male 44 40 Female 56 51 TotalHouseholds 45 1-personhousehold-male 1 1-personhousehold-female 3 Familyhouseholds,married 26 Familyhouseholds,unmarried 3 Familyhouseholds,w/childrenunder18yrs 16 Total TotalHousingUnits 47 Vacant 2 OwnerOccupied 45 RenterOccupied 0 Under10 10-19 20-29 30-49 50-64 65-79 80+ MedianAge Female 6 1 3 11 23 6 1 60 Male 6 4 2 8 11 9 0 30 Total 12 5 5 19 34 15 1 58 % 132 55 55 209 374 165 11 SubjectParcel ReportDetails Population Gender Households Housing AgeDistribution

Property Profile

Taxes Deed

PropertyProfileSummary

SUBJECTPROPERTY

10444

JeffersonCounty

ADDRESS

9619NWColumbiaDr

Madras,OR97741

OWNER

Klann,BradleyR Klann,DeborahK

DATE

03/07/2024

PREPAREDBY

DanettaRider danettar@deschutestitle.com

PropertyProfileSummary

SUBJECTPROPERTY

248

JeffersonCounty ADDRESS

OR97741

OWNER Klann,BradleyR Klann,DeborahK

DATE

03/08/2024

PREPAREDBY

DanettaRider danettar@deschutestitle.com

JEFFERSONCOUNTYPROPERTYPROFILEINFORMATION

Parcel#:10444

TaxLot:0913220000200

Owner:Klann,BradleyR

CoOwner:Klann,DeborahK

Site:9619NWColumbiaDr

MadrasOR97741

Mail:1034NWJuniperLn MadrasOR97741

LandUse:551-FARMUSEIMP-EFU

StdLandUse:AFAR-FarmsAndCrops

Legal:

Twn/Rng/Sec:T:09SR:13ES:22Q:QQ:

ASSESSMENT&TAXINFORMATION

MarketTotal:$5,231,550.00

MarketLand:$1,037,580.00

MarketImpr:$4,193,970.00

AssessmentYear:2023

AssessedTotal:$1,493,368.00

Exemption:

Taxes:$23,800.71

LevyCode:0110

LevyRate:159376

SALE&LOANINFORMATION

SaleDate:08/30/2021

SaleAmount:

Document#:4276

DeedType:Deed

LoanAmount:

Lender:

LoanType:

InterestType:

TitleCo:AMERITITLE

PROPERTYCHARACTERISTICS

YearBuilt:1907

EffYearBuilt:2000

Bedrooms:1

Bathrooms:1

TotalSqFt:2,724SqFt

Floor1SqFt:

Floor2SqFt:

BasementSqFt:

Lotsize:160.00Acres(6,969,600SqFt)

GarageSqFt:

GarageType:

AC: Pool:

HeatSource: Fireplace: BldgCondition:

Neighborhood:

Lot: Block:

Plat/Subdiv:

Zoning:A1-ExclusiveFarmUse(HighValue)

SchoolDist:509J-JeffersonCounty

Census:1000-960100

Recreation:

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JEFFERSONCOUNTYPROPERTYPROFILEINFORMATION

Parcel#:248

TaxLot:0913150000400

Owner:Klann,BradleyR

CoOwner:Klann,DeborahK

Site: OR97741

Mail:1034NWJuniperLn

MadrasOR97741

LandUse:550-FARMUSELAND-EFU

StdLandUse:AMSC-AgriculturalMisc

Legal:

Twn/Rng/Sec:T:09SR:13ES:15Q:QQ:

ASSESSMENT&TAXINFORMATION

MarketTotal:$442,300.00

MarketLand:$442,300.00

MarketImpr:

AssessmentYear:2023

AssessedTotal:$46,206.00

Exemption:

Taxes:$736.40

LevyCode:0080

LevyRate:159376

SALE&LOANINFORMATION

SaleDate:06/01/2021

SaleAmount:

Document#:20214276

DeedType:Deed

LoanAmount:

Lender:

LoanType:

InterestType:

TitleCo:

PROPERTYCHARACTERISTICS

YearBuilt:

EffYearBuilt:

Bedrooms:

Bathrooms:

TotalSqFt:

Floor1SqFt:

Floor2SqFt:

BasementSqFt:

Lotsize:80.00Acres(3,484,800SqFt)

GarageSqFt:

GarageType:

AC:

Pool:

HeatSource:

Fireplace:

BldgCondition:

Neighborhood:

Lot:

Block:

Plat/Subdiv:

Zoning:A1-ExclusiveFarmUse(HighValue)

SchoolDist:509J-JeffersonCounty

Census:1000-960100

Recreation:

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2023 ADVALOREM $105.78 $105.78 $0.00 $0.00 $23,800.71 Nov 15, 2023 2022 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $23,541.21 Nov 15, 2022 2021 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $22,460.92 Nov 15, 2021 2020 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $22,043.01 Nov 15, 2020 2019 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $21,234.14 Nov 15, 2019 2018 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $20,551.06 Nov 15, 2018 2017 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $19,755.29 Nov 15, 2017 2016 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $3,919.39 Nov 15, 2016 2015 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $3,964.81 Nov 15, 2015 2014 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $3,893.46 Nov 15, 2014 2013 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $4,011.37 Nov 15, 2013 2012 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $3,910.50 Nov 15, 2012 2011 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $3,743.78 Nov 15, 2011 2010 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $3,638.93 Nov 15, 2010 2009 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2,594.11 Nov 15, 2009 2008 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2,563.15 Nov 15, 2008 2007 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2,541.69 Nov 15, 2007 2006 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2,422.89 Nov 15, 2006 2005 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2,336.44 Nov 15, 2005 2004 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2,196.06 Nov 15, 2004 2003 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2,162.43 Nov 15, 2003 2002 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2,103.80 Nov 15, 2002 2001 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $1,810.75 Nov 15, 2001 2000 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $1,649.33 Nov 15, 2000 1999 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $1,519.62 Nov 15, 1999 1998 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $1,399.25 Nov 15, 1998 1997 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $1,405.36 Dec 15, 1997 1996 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $1,516.34 Nov 15, 1996 TAX NOTATION... NOTATION CODE DATE ADDED DESCRIPTION MORTGAGE 20-Apr-2017 STATEMENT OF TAX ACCOUNT JEFFERSON COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR 66 S.E. D STREET, SUITE E MADRAS, OR 97741 (541) 475-4458 KLANN, BRADLEY R & DEBORAH K 1034 NW JUNIPER LN MADRAS OR 97741-8932 8-Mar-2024 10444 Tax Account # Account Status Roll Type Situs Address A Real 9619 NW COLUMBIA DR MADRAS OR 97741 Tax Summary Tax Year Tax Type Total Due Current Due Interest Due Discount Available Original Due Due Date 0110 3/15/2024 Lender Name Loan Number Property ID Interest To $105.78 $105.78 $0.00 $0.00 Total $208,689.80
STATEMENT OF TAX ACCOUNT JEFFERSON COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR 66 S.E. D STREET, SUITE E MADRAS, OR 97741 (541) 475-4458 KLANN, BRADLEY R & DEBORAH K 1034 NW JUNIPER LN MADRAS OR 97741-8932 8-Mar-2024 10444 Tax Account # Account Status Roll Type Situs Address A Real 9619 NW COLUMBIA DR MADRAS OR 97741 Tax Summary Tax Year Tax Type Total Due Current Due Interest Due Discount Available Original Due Due Date 0110 3/15/2024 Lender Name Loan Number Property ID Interest To
2023 ADVALOREM $248.73 $248.69 $0.04 $0.00 $736.40 Nov 15, 2023 2022 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $728.32 Nov 15, 2022 2021 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $694.84 Nov 15, 2021 2020 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $684.25 Nov 15, 2020 2019 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $659.07 Nov 15, 2019 2018 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $637.81 Nov 15, 2018 2017 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $613.07 Nov 15, 2017 2016 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $591.97 Nov 15, 2016 2015 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $583.18 Nov 15, 2015 2014 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $451.26 Nov 15, 2014 2013 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $460.81 Nov 15, 2013 2012 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $427.47 Nov 15, 2012 2011 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $419.53 Nov 15, 2011 2010 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $417.10 Nov 15, 2010 2009 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $384.27 Nov 15, 2009 2008 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $379.03 Nov 15, 2008 2007 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $347.88 Nov 15, 2007 2006 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $319.27 Nov 15, 2006 2005 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $297.41 Nov 15, 2005 2004 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $286.21 Nov 15, 2004 2003 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $284.52 Nov 15, 2003 2002 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $288.25 Nov 15, 2002 2001 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $257.85 Nov 15, 2001 2000 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $233.01 Nov 15, 2000 1999 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $217.98 Nov 15, 1999 1998 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $203.60 Nov 15, 1998 1997 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $192.83 Dec 15, 1997 1996 ADVALOREM $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $188.91 Nov 15, 1996 TAX NOTATION... NOTATION CODE DATE ADDED DESCRIPTION MORTGAGE 20-Apr-2017 STATEMENT OF TAX ACCOUNT JEFFERSON COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR 66 S.E. D STREET, SUITE E MADRAS, OR 97741 (541) 475-4458 KLANN, BRADLEY R & DEBORAH K 1034 NW JUNIPER LN MADRAS OR 97741-8932 8-Mar-2024 248 Tax Account # Account Status Roll Type Situs Address A Real Tax Summary Tax Year Tax Type Total Due Current Due Interest Due Discount Available Original Due Due Date 0080 3/15/2024 Lender Name Loan Number Property ID Interest To $248.73 $248.69 $0.04 $0.00 Total $11,986.10
OF TAX ACCOUNT JEFFERSON COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR 66 S.E. D STREET, SUITE E MADRAS, OR 97741 (541) 475-4458 KLANN, BRADLEY R & DEBORAH K 1034 NW JUNIPER LN MADRAS OR 97741-8932 8-Mar-2024 248 Tax Account # Account Status Roll Type Situs Address A Real Tax Summary Tax Year Tax Type Total Due Current Due Interest Due Discount Available Original Due Due Date 0080 3/15/2024 Lender Name Loan Number Property ID Interest To
STATEMENT
0110 10444 FULL PAYMENT MAP: ACCOUNT NUMBER KLANN, BRADLEY R & DEBORAH K 1034 NW JUNIPER LN MADRAS OR 97741-8932 9619 NW COLUMBIA DR MADRAS SITUS: 091322-00-00200 CODE: CLASS: 551 VALUES: LAND STRUCTURES TOTAL RMV TOTAL ASSESSED VALUE EXEMPTIONS NET TAXABLE: TOTAL PROPERTY LAST YEAR THIS YEAR 742,840 2,953,500 3,696,340 1,037,580 4,193,970 5,231,550 1,449,992 1,449,992 23,541.21 1,493,368 1,493,368 23,800.71 WEBSITE TAX QUESTIONS ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS (541) 475-4458 (541) 475-2443 23,086.69 PLEASE RETURN THIS PORTION WITH YOUR PAYMENT (DISCOUNT IS LOST & INTEREST APPLIES AFTER DUE DATE) Mailing address change on back KLANN, BRADLEY R & DEBORAH K 1034 NW JUNIPER LN MADRAS OR 97741-8932 MAKE PAYMENT TO: 16100000104440000793357000155498000023086691 23,800.71 - 2023 2024 TAX (before discount) PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 2024 - 2023 CURRENT TAX BY DISTRICT To pay by Credit Card or Echeck, go to www.jeffco.net and click POTENTIAL ADDITIONAL TAX LIABILITY link for Tax Payments. Or call 1-877-865-0432. ADDITIONAL FEES APPLY Includes discount and any pre-payments 15,549.80 PAYMENT DUE: 7,933.57 November 15, 2023 WWW.JEFFCO.NET JEFFERSON COUNTY TAX 66 S.E. D STREET, SUITE E MADRAS, OR 97741 TAX PAYMENT OPTIONS JEFFERSON COUNTY, OREGON Account 23,086.69 MADRAS, OR 97741 66 S.E. D STREET, SUITE E JULY 1, 2023 TO JUNE 30, 2024 JEFFERSON COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR www.jeffco.net 10444 1/3 PAYMENT — No Discount 15,549.80 PAYMENT DUE: 7,933.57 November 15, 2023 2/3 PAYMENT — 2% Discount FULL PAYMENT — 3% Discount 23,086.69 JEFFERSON COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR 66 SE D ST SUITE E MADRAS, OR 97741 $ Other Amount Enclosed: 1/3 PAYMENT — No Discount 2/3 PAYMENT — 2% Discount FULL PAYMENT — 3% Discount (DISCOUNT IS LOST & INTEREST APPLIES AFTER DUE DATE) COCC LEVY 926.49 JEFFERSON CO. ESD LEVY 358.11 SD#509J MADRAS LEVY 6,850.23 EDUCATION TOTAL: 8,134.83 JEFFERSON CO. GENERAL LEVY 5,325.65 JEFFERSON CO. JAIL L.O. LEVY 2022 2,523.79 JEFFERSON CO. RFPD LEVY 1,769.19 DESCHUTES VALLEY WD LEVY 0.00 MAC RECREATION DIST. LEVY 373.34 MAC RECREATION DIST. L.O. LEVY 2023 597.35 JEFFERSON CO. LIBRARY DIST. LEVY 649.47 GENERAL GOVT TOTAL: 11,238.79 COCC BOND 2010 120.07 SD#509J BOND - 2013 3,461.48 MAC RECREATION DIST. BOND 2005 845.54 BONDS - OTHER TOTAL: 4,427.09
0080 248 FULL PAYMENT MAP: ACCOUNT NUMBER KLANN, BRADLEY R & DEBORAH K 1034 NW JUNIPER LN MADRAS OR 97741-8932 SITUS: 091315-00-00400 CODE: CLASS: 550 VALUES: LAND STRUCTURES TOTAL RMV TOTAL ASSESSED VALUE EXEMPTIONS NET TAXABLE: TOTAL PROPERTY LAST YEAR THIS YEAR 313,690 313,690 442,300 442,300 44,860 44,860 728.32 46,206 46,206 736.40 WEBSITE TAX QUESTIONS ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS (541) 475-4458 (541) 475-2443 714.31 PLEASE RETURN THIS PORTION WITH YOUR PAYMENT (DISCOUNT IS LOST & INTEREST APPLIES AFTER DUE DATE) Mailing address change on back KLANN, BRADLEY R & DEBORAH K 1034 NW JUNIPER LN MADRAS OR 97741-8932 MAKE PAYMENT TO: 16100000002480000024547000004811100000714317 736.40 - 2023 2024 TAX (before discount) PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 2024 - 2023 CURRENT TAX BY DISTRICT To pay by Credit Card or Echeck, go to www.jeffco.net and click POTENTIAL ADDITIONAL TAX LIABILITY link for Tax Payments. Or call 1-877-865-0432. ADDITIONAL FEES APPLY Includes discount and any pre-payments 481.11 PAYMENT DUE: 245.47 November 15, 2023 WWW.JEFFCO.NET JEFFERSON COUNTY TAX 66 S.E. D STREET, SUITE E MADRAS, OR 97741 TAX PAYMENT OPTIONS JEFFERSON COUNTY, OREGON Account 714.31 MADRAS, OR 97741 66 S.E. D STREET, SUITE E JULY 1, 2023 TO JUNE 30, 2024 JEFFERSON COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR www.jeffco.net 248 1/3 PAYMENT — No Discount 481.11 PAYMENT DUE: 245.47 November 15, 2023 2/3 PAYMENT — 2% Discount FULL PAYMENT — 3% Discount 714.31 JEFFERSON COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR 66 SE D ST SUITE E MADRAS, OR 97741 $ Other Amount Enclosed: 1/3 PAYMENT — No Discount 2/3 PAYMENT — 2% Discount FULL PAYMENT — 3% Discount (DISCOUNT IS LOST & INTEREST APPLIES AFTER DUE DATE) COCC LEVY 28.67 JEFFERSON CO. ESD LEVY 11.08 SD#509J MADRAS LEVY 211.95 EDUCATION TOTAL: 251.70 JEFFERSON CO. GENERAL LEVY 164.78 JEFFERSON CO. JAIL L.O. LEVY 2022 78.09 JEFFERSON CO. RFPD LEVY 54.74 MAC RECREATION DIST. LEVY 11.55 MAC RECREATION DIST. L.O. LEVY 2023 18.48 JEFFERSON CO. LIBRARY DIST. LEVY 20.09 GENERAL GOVT TOTAL: 347.73 COCC BOND 2010 3.71 SD#509J BOND - 2013 107.10 MAC RECREATION DIST. BOND 2005 26.16 BONDS - OTHER TOTAL: 136.97
Mailing MADRASOR97741-8932 Map 091322-00-00200 Code-TaxID 0110-10444 551 501000 Assessable Active Subtype NORMAL 06-28-2021/$979,110 Appraiser SiteCity MADRAS 1MADRAS Notations  Area Year Built Stat ClassDescription%Ex% 011011907153142 2354142 33361422,91231,440 43411422 62015394142770 72016354142 AreaRFPD Plan Zone%Size 0110100 1141MHS 51412 6141834,910 4141 2141 3141 OSD-AVERAGE100 RMVMAV 0110 LandLand 0 ImprImpr 0 0 5,231,5501,387,4601,493,3680
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Mailing MADRASOR97741-8932 Map 091315-00-00400 Code-TaxID 0080-248 550 500000 Assessable Active Subtype NORMAL 06-28-2021/$979,110 Appraiser SiteCity Notations  Area Year Built Stat ClassDescription%Ex% AreaRFPD Plan Zone%Size 00803141355,490 21417 1141 RMVMAV 0080 LandLand 0 Impr 0 Impr 0 00 00
3/8/24, 3:04 PM Property Search Online https://queryco jefferson orus/PSO/detail/10444/R 1/2 Account Taxes Sales History Value History Reports Files Property Search Online Account 10444 Assessment Summary  Year RMV MAV AV 2023 $5,231,550 $1,387,460 $1,493,368 2022 $3,696,340 $1,347,050 $1,449,992 2021 $2,885,530 $1,307,820 $1,407,881 2020 $2,885,550 $1,269,730 $1,367,280 2019 $2,649,250 $1,402,540 $1,327,582 2018 $2,730,410 $1,361,730 $1,289,042 2017 $2,488,807 $326,930 $1,251,618 2016 $831,260 $296,780 $249,673 2015 $626,840 $288,180 $250,792 2014 $628,490 $279,830 $243,607 Values 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 $0 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $3,000,000 $4,000,000 $5,000,000 $6,000,000 RMV MAV AV Value History Real Market Value (RMV)
Market Value (RMV) is typically the price your property would sell for in a transaction between a willing buyer and a willing seller on January 1, the assessment date for the tax year.
Real

To estimate the initial RMV for your property, your county assessor appraises your property using a physical inspection and a comparison of market data from similar properties. For ensuing tax years, your county assessor may study trends of similar properties to update the RMV for your property.

Maximum Assessed Value (MAV)

Maximum Assessed Value (MAV) was established by Ballot Measure 50 for the 1997-98 tax year. MAV is the greater of 103% of the prior year's assessed value (AV), or 100 percent of the prior year's MAV, whichever is greater.

MAV’s for properties that existed prior to 1995 were set based on the 1995-1996 Real Market Value (RMV) less 10%. MAVs for “new” properties (constructed or created after 1995) are set by multiplying the property's Real Market Value (RMV) at the time of construction or creation by the Changed Property Ratio (CPR) for that year.

MAV is the only part of your tax bill where a 3% increase limit applies. However, your MAV can increase above 3 percent of the prior year's assessed value if certain things defined as exceptions are made to your property.

Assessed Value (AV)

Assessed Value (AV) is the lower of last year’s Maximum Assessed Value (MAV) plus 3%, or the current Real Market Value (RMV). This value provides the baseline for your tax bill calculation.

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3/8/24, 5:08 PM Property Search Online https://queryco jefferson orus/PSO/detail/248/R 1/2 Account Taxes Sales History Value History Reports Files Property Search Online Account 248 Assessment Summary  Year RMV MAV AV 2023 $442,300 $0 $46,206 2022 $313,690 $0 $44,860 2021 $245,070 $0 $43,554 2020 $245,070 $0 $42,442 2019 $224,830 $107,990 $41,206 2018 $231,780 $104,860 $40,006 2017 $212,650 $101,820 $38,842 2016 $179,720 $98,870 $37,710 2015 $180,870 $96,000 $36,889 2014 $128,080 $93,220 $28,234 Values 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 $0 $50,000 $100,000 $150,000 $200,000 $250,000 $300,000 $350,000 $400,000 $450,000 $500,000 RMV MAV AV Value History Real Market Value (RMV) Real Market Value (RMV) is typically the price your property would sell for in a transaction between a willing buyer and a willing seller on January 1, the assessment date for the tax year.

To estimate the initial RMV for your property, your county assessor appraises your property using a physical inspection and a comparison of market data from similar properties. For ensuing tax years, your county assessor may study trends of similar properties to update the RMV for your property.

Maximum Assessed Value (MAV)

Maximum Assessed Value (MAV) was established by Ballot Measure 50 for the 1997-98 tax year. MAV is the greater of 103% of the prior year's assessed value (AV), or 100 percent of the prior year's MAV, whichever is greater.

MAV’s for properties that existed prior to 1995 were set based on the 1995-1996 Real Market Value (RMV) less 10%. MAVs for “new” properties (constructed or created after 1995) are set by multiplying the property's Real Market Value (RMV) at the time of construction or creation by the Changed Property Ratio (CPR) for that year.

MAV is the only part of your tax bill where a 3% increase limit applies. However, your MAV can increase above 3 percent of the prior year's assessed value if certain things defined as exceptions are made to your property.

Assessed Value (AV)

Assessed Value (AV) is the lower of last year’s Maximum Assessed Value (MAV) plus 3%, or the current Real Market Value (RMV). This value provides the baseline for your tax bill calculation.

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JEFFERSON County For Assessment Year 2023 Account ID 10444 Situs 9619 NW COLUMBIA DR MADRAS OR 97741 Mailing KLANN, BRADLEY R & DEBORAH K 1034 NW JUNIPER LN MADRAS OR 97741-8932 Description Bldg Code Area Year Built Sqft Comp % Map 091322-00-00200 Stat Class 1 0110 1907 100 2,724 $594,500 Total RMV 153 153 - Two story or more Rooms: 5 - BD, 3 - FB, 1 - U, 1 - DR, 1 - LR, 1 - KT Sqft Floors Description Class Comp % OR % First Floor 1816 5 100Second Floor 908 5 100Garage 624 5 100Carport 820 5 100Improvement Inventory Description Qty/Size Description Qty/Size AUTOMATIC DOOR OPENER 1 FULL BATH 1 BSBRD/WALL 624 GRAVEL FLOOR 820 DISHWASHER 1 MICROWAVE OVEN 1 FORCED AIR HEAT & COOLING 1816 SELF EXHAUST CKTP/GRILL 1 FORCED AIR HEAT & COOLING 454 WATER HEATER-STANDARD 1 FULL BATH 2 Accessories Description Size Qty CONCRETE AGGREGATE PATIO 312 PORCHES 144 PORCHES 168 PORCHES 462 3/8/2024 Page 1
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ID 10444 Situs 9619 NW COLUMBIA DR MADRAS OR 97741
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Description Bldg Code Area Year Built Sqft Comp % Map 091322-00-00200 Stat Class 4 0110 100 2 $2,130 Total RMV 341 341 - GRAIN BIN Rooms: Sqft Floors Description Class Comp % OR % Building Structure 2 4 100 Improvement Inventory Description Qty/Size Description Qty/Size 3/8/2024 Page 1 of 1
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10444 Situs 9619 NW COLUMBIA DR MADRAS OR 97741
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Description Bldg Code Area Year Built Sqft Comp % Map 091322-00-00200 Stat Class 3 0110 100 2,912 $31,440 Total RMV 336 336 - LOFT BARN Rooms: Sqft Floors Description Class Comp % OR % Building Structure 2912 4 100 Improvement Inventory Description Qty/Size Description Qty/Size BAKED ENAMEL ROOF COVER 2912 WALL HEIGHT VARIATION 17 COLD WATER SERVICE 2 3/8/2024 Page 1 of 1
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1034 NW
MADRAS
Description Bldg Code Area Year Built Sqft Comp % Map 091322-00-00200 Stat Class 2 0110 100 4,800 $188,430 Total RMV 354 354 - METAL COMPONENT BUILDING Rooms: Sqft Floors Description Class Comp % OR % Building Structure 4800 5 100 Improvement Inventory Description Qty/Size Description Qty/Size COLD WATER SERVICE 1 Accessories Description Size Qty CONCRETE - PAVING 800 3/8/2024 Page 1 of 1
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ID 10444 Situs 9619 NW COLUMBIA DR MADRAS OR 97741 Mailing KLANN,
1034 NW JUNIPER LN MADRAS
Description Bldg Code Area Year Built Sqft Comp % Map 091322-00-00200 Stat Class 6 0110 2015 100 770 $128,380 Total RMV 394 394 - TRUCK SCALES 30 TON Rooms: Sqft Floors Description Class Comp % OR % Building Structure 770 5 100 Improvement Inventory Description Qty/Size Description Qty/Size Accessories Description Size Qty CONCRETE - PAVING 156 CONCRETE - PAVING 156 3/8/2024 Page 1 of 1
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Situs 9619 NW COLUMBIA DR MADRAS OR 97741
1034
Description Bldg Code Area Year Built Sqft Comp % Map 091322-00-00200 Stat Class 7 0110 2016 100 23,025 $3,249,090 Total RMV 354 354 - METAL COMPONENT BUILDING Rooms: Sqft Floors Description Class Comp % OR % Building Structure 23025 6 100 + Improvement Inventory Description Qty/Size Description Qty/Size EXTRA BAY DOOR 2 LAVATORY 2 FA HEATING 23025 ROOF EXTENSION 486 FINISHED OFFICE AREA 2025 ROOF EXTENTION W/CONCRETE 2500 HOT WATER HEATER 40 GALLON 1 WALL HEIGHT VARIATION 21 WIRING 1 Accessories Description Size Qty CONCRETE - PAVING 5384 3/8/2024 Page 1 of 1
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Permit #: 451-CE16-0085

85 SE D St.

Madras,OR 97741

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Owner: KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741,KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741

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Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 4220 Electrical - Service

Inspection Date: 09/29/2016

Inspector: Dan Lewis

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 4240 Electrical - Feeder

Inspection Date: 09/29/2016

Inspector: Dan Lewis

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 4500 Rough Electrical

Inspection Date: 09/29/2016

Inspector: Dan Lewis

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 4999 Final Electrical

Inspection Date: 09/29/2016

Inspector: Dan Lewis

Inspection Result: Approved

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MADRASOR97741

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Madras,OR 97741

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9619 NW COLUMBIA DR MADRAS OR 97741

10444

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 8710 Fire Alarm System Test

Inspection Date: 09/29/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 8730 Fire Alarm Rough

Inspection Date: 09/29/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

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Inspection Date: 09/29/2016

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Inspection Summary Report

Commercial Electrical

Permit #: 451-CE16-0039

85 SE D St.

Madras,OR 97741

Phone: 541-475-4462

Fax: 541-325-5004

permits@co.jefferson.or.us

IVR # 451037363859

Owner: KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741

Address:

Parcel:

9619 NW COLUMBIA DR MADRAS OR 97741

10444

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 8750 Fire Alarms

Inspection Date: 09/29/2016

Inspector: Dan Lewis

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

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CommercialMechanical

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Inspection Summary Report

Commercial Mechanical

Permit #: 451-CM16-0014

85 SE D St.

Madras,OR 97741

Phone: 541-475-4462

Fax: 541-325-5004

permits@co.jefferson.or.us

Owner: KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741 IVR # 451071721040

Address:

Parcel:

10444

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 2250 Gas Piping

Inspection Date: 07/26/2016

Inspector: Ed Matthews

Inspection Result: Partial

Comments: One of five main lines tested. for Resnor heating units. (5)Provide combustion air for 199kbtu gas on demand water heater.Three main lines tested to ceiling /plugged

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 2250 Gas Piping

Inspection Date: 04/21/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Partial

Comments: gas piping to unimalter #3pressure test approvedextend regulator vent piping to exterior of building.

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 2250 Gas Piping

Inspection Date: 04/07/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Partial

Comments: Gas feeder piping from manifold to above wall line, west wall 5 risersapproved for cover

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 2255 Gas Pressure Test

Inspection Date: 04/07/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Partial

Comments: Gas feeder piping from manifold to above wall line, west wall 5 risersapproved for cover

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 2300 Rough Mechanical

Inspection Date: 05/20/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved with Conditions

Comments: Exhaust vent ducting full size to exterior of building. 501 OMSC

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Inspection Summary Report (continued)

Commercial Mechanical

Permit #: 451-CM16-0014

Owner: KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741 IVR # 451071721040

Address:

Parcel:

10444

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 2995 Final Gas

Inspection Date: 09/29/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 2999 Final Mechanical

Inspection Date: 09/29/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 2999 Final Mechanical

Inspection Date: 08/18/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Partial

Comments: HVAC and exhaust venting for office area and bathrooms.

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DrivewayAccess

RecordStatus:Finaled

ExpirationDate:03/29/2017

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9619NWCOLUMBIADR MADRASOR97741

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CHIDDIXENTERPRISESINC

12775NWCHINOOKDR TERREBONNE,OR,97760

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Maltprocessingfacility

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12775NWCHINOOKDR TERREBONNE,OR,97760

CCB180503

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Driveway Access

Permit #: 451-DVW15-0055

Owner: KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741

Address:

Parcel:

10444

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type:

Inspection Date:

Inspector:

Inspection Result:

Comments:

85 SE D St.

Madras,OR 97741

Phone: 541-475-4462

Fax: 541-325-5004

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IVR # 451147381745

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DrivewayAccess

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CHIDDIXENTERPRISESINC

12775NWCHINOOKDR TERREBONNE,OR,97760

ProjectDescription:

Maltprocessingfacility

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12775NWCHINOOKDR TERREBONNE,OR,97760

CCB180503

Owner: KLANN,SETHR&SALLYL* 9515NECOLUMBIADR MADRASOR97741

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Driveway Access

Permit #: 451-DVW15-0055

Owner: KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741

Address:

Parcel:

10444

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type:

Inspection Date:

Inspector:

Inspection Result:

Comments:

85 SE D St.

Madras,OR 97741

Phone: 541-475-4462

Fax: 541-325-5004

permits@co.jefferson.or.us

IVR # 451147381745

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CommercialStructural

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ExpirationDate:04/01/2017

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9619NWCOLUMBIADR MADRASOR97741

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CHIDDIXENTERPRISESINC

12775NWCHINOOKDR TERREBONNE,OR,97760

ProjectDescription:

Maltprocessingfacility

LicensedProfessional: CHIDDIXENTERPRISESINC 180503

12775NWCHINOOKDR TERREBONNE,OR,97760

CCB180503

Owner: KLANN,SETHR&SALLYL* 9515NECOLUMBIADR MADRASOR97741

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Commercial Structural

Permit #: 451-CB15-0060

85 SE D St.

Madras,OR 97741

Phone: 541-475-4462

Fax: 541-325-5004

permits@co.jefferson.or.us

IVR # 451123038793

Owner: KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741,KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741

Address:

Parcel:

10444

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 1110 Footing

Inspection Date: 12/03/2015

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Partial

Comments: Grid line E point load footings.Grid line H, 2, and B footings approv3ed for pour.

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 1110 Footing

Inspection Date: 02/18/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments: 5 point load footings on Grid line 11

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 1150 Slab/Flatwork

Inspection Date: 12/17/2015

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Partial

Comments: Along east side and trough drains.Remove all snow and ice prior to pour. approved for pour.

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 1150 Slab/Flatwork

Inspection Date: 04/06/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments: apron slab at south end of building. approved for pour.

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 1260 Framing

Inspection Date: 04/06/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Partial

Comments: mechanical area at north west corner of building. approved for cover.

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Commercial Structural

Permit #: 451-CB15-0060

Applicant: CHIDDIX ENTERPRISES INC

IVR # 451123038793

Owner: KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741,KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741

Address:

Parcel:

10444

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 1460 Insulation

Inspection Date: 04/07/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Partial

Comments: at north west corner only

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 1540 Gypsum Board/Lath/Drywall

Inspection Date: 08/18/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 1810 Accessibility Inspection

Inspection Date: 09/29/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 1999 Final Building

Inspection Date: 09/30/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

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Record451-CM15-0033:

CommercialMechanical

RecordStatus:Finaled

ExpirationDate:02/13/2017

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WorkLocation

9619NWCOLUMBIADR MADRASOR97741

RecordDetails

LicensedProfessional:

CHIDDIXENTERPRISESINC 180503

12775NWCHINOOKDR TERREBONNE,OR,97760

CCB180503

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KLANN,SETHR&SALLYL*

9515NECOLUMBIADR MADRASOR97741

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ProjectDescription: Gasservicepiping

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Permit #: 451-CM15-0033

85 SE D St.

Madras,OR 97741

Phone: 541-475-4462

Fax: 541-325-5004

permits@co.jefferson.or.us

Owner: KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741 IVR # 451126897673

Address:

Parcel:

10444

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 2020 Underground Gas

Inspection Date: 01/14/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Partial

Comments: 4- 2" main lines form source to building

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 2020 Underground Gas

Inspection Date: 01/07/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Partial

Comments: 2" gas service piping, test at 30 psi.1 1/4 steel piping, wrapped, no testOk to cover.

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 2260 Gas Service

Inspection Date: 01/07/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

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CommercialSiteDevelopment

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CHIDDIXENTERPRISESINC 180503

12775NWCHINOOKDR TERREBONNE,OR,97760

CCB180503

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9515NECOLUMBIADR MADRASOR97741

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ProjectDescription: Siteverificationofmaltprocessingfacility

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Permit #: 451-SD15-0128

85 SE D St.

Madras,OR 97741

Phone: 541-475-4462

Fax: 541-325-5004

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Owner: KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741 IVR # 451143556673

Address:

Parcel:

10444

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 6700 Site Development Inspection

Inspection Date: 11/20/2015

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments: On Site Septic applied forPlanning map matches sit.Building, Map matches site.Access. off N Columbia gravel road. Per access permit

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CommercialPlumbing

RecordStatus:Finaled

ExpirationDate:04/01/2017

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CEI

12775NWCHINOOKLN TERREBONNE,OR,97760

ProjectDescription:

Twoofficebathrooms,sinks,floordrains,etcinprocessing facility

LicensedProfessional:

EDSPLUMBINGLLC 140496

POBOX46

POWELLBUTTE,OR,97753 CCB140496

Owner: KLANN,SETHR&SALLYL* 9515NECOLUMBIADR MADRASOR97741

NECOLUMBIADR MADRASOR97741

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Commercial Plumbing

Permit #: 451-CP15-0027

85 SE D St.

Madras,OR 97741

Phone: 541-475-4462

Fax: 541-325-5004

permits@co.jefferson.or.us

IVR # 451117202863

Owner: KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741,KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741

Address:

Parcel:

10444

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 3150 Underslab Plumbing

Inspection Date: 12/17/2015

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Partial

Comments: trough drains.approved for cover

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 3150 Underslab Plumbing

Inspection Date: 12/03/2015

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved with Conditions

Comments: Do not pour slab / footings until all snow and ice is removed.

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 3200 Sanitary Sewer

Inspection Date: 02/05/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 3300 Water Service

Inspection Date: 02/05/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments: balance of 3" water service ok to backfill all except thrust block at second 45 from meter.

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 3300 Water Service

Inspection Date: 01/28/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Partial

Comments: approved for cover

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Inspection Summary Report (continued)

Commercial Plumbing

Permit #: 451-CP15-0027

Applicant: CEI

IVR # 451117202863

Owner: KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741,KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741

Address:

Parcel:

10444

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 3502 Top Out Rough Plumbing

Inspection Date: 05/20/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved with Conditions

Comments: Provide documentation for Backflow Device and certified test results .603.1 OPSC

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 3999 Final Plumbing

Inspection Date: 09/30/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 3999 Final Plumbing

Inspection Date: 08/18/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Denied

Comments: Install sink or cap unused water and waste outlets. 101.4.1.3

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GARYLELANDRICHARDSANDSHANNONKELLEY

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3752SEBALDWINDR

MADRAS,OR,97741

ProjectDescription:

Install800ampservice,100ampfeederand23circuitsfor grainoperation,bins,etc.

GARYLELANDRICHARDSANDSHANNONKELLEY

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Inspection Summary Report

Commercial Electrical

Permit #: 451-CE15-0087

Applicant: GARY LELAND RICHARDS AND SHANNON KELLEY RICHARDS

85 SE D St.

Madras,OR 97741

Phone: 541-475-4462

Fax: 541-325-5004

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IVR # 451196284977

Owner: KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741,KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741

Address:

Parcel:

10444

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 4120 UFER Ground

Inspection Date: 12/03/2015

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 4140 Underground Electric

Inspection Date: 01/14/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved with Conditions

Comments: Provide minimum 12 inches from gas piping. 1 1/4 conduit 24" bury

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 4220 Electrical - Service

Inspection Date: 01/20/2016

Inspector: Dan Lewis

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 4240 Electrical - Feeder

Inspection Date: 09/29/2016

Inspector: Dan Lewis

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 4240 Electrical - Feeder

Inspection Date: 09/08/2016

Inspector: IVR Jefferson County

Inspection Result: Denied

Comments: Denied - per Andy from Crook County 1. Panel's need to be legibly marked in the field by the Installer to indicate the equipment has been applied with series combination 110.22(c)2. (Ground/Bond) Panel door to enclosure's on control panel's.3. Transformer in mechanical room need a lock out Device installed on 480 volt brk that feeds it 110.25

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Inspection Summary Report (continued)

Commercial Electrical

Permit #: 451-CE15-0087

Applicant: GARY LELAND RICHARDS AND SHANNON KELLEY RICHARDS

IVR # 451196284977

Owner: KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741,KLANN, SETH R & SALLY L, 9515 NE COLUMBIA DR, MADRAS, OR, 97741

Address:

Parcel:

10444

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 4500 Rough Electrical

Inspection Date: 05/20/2016

Inspector: Chet Singleton

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 4999 Final Electrical

Inspection Date: 09/29/2016

Inspector: Dan Lewis

Inspection Result: Approved

Comments:

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 4999 Final Electrical

Inspection Date: 09/08/2016

Inspector: IVR Jefferson County

Inspection Result: Denied

Comments: Denied - per Andy from Crook County 1. Panel's need to be legibly marked in the field by the Installer to indicate the equipment has been applied with series combination 110.22(c)2. (Ground/Bond) Panel door to enclosure's on control panel's.3. Transformer in mechanical room need a lock out Device installed on 480 volt brk that feeds it 110.25

Inspection in a Floodplain: No

Inspection Type: 4999 Final Electrical

Inspection Date: 08/25/2016

Inspector: Dan Lewis

Inspection Result: Cancelled

Comments:

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TaxAccount#:0913220000200

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AerialMap

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TaxAccount#:0913150000400

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AssessorMap

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TaxAccount#:0913220000200

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AssessorMap

ParcelID:248

TaxAccount#:0913150000400

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ParcelID:10444

TaxAccount#:0913220000200

9619NWColumbiaDr, MadrasOR97741

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StreetMap

ParcelID:248

TaxAccount#:0913150000400

OR97741

Thismap/platisbeingfurnishedasanaidinlocatingtheherein describedlandinrelationtoadjoiningstreets,naturalboundariesand otherland,andisnotasurveyofthelanddepictedExcepttotheextent apolicyoftitleinsuranceisexpresslymodifiedbyendorsement,ifany, thecompanydoesnotinsuredimensions,distances,locationof easements,acreageorothermattersshownthereon

StreetMap

ParcelID:10444

TaxAccount#:0913220000200

9619NWColumbiaDr, MadrasOR97741

Thismap/platisbeingfurnishedasanaidinlocatingtheherein describedlandinrelationtoadjoiningstreets,naturalboundariesand otherland,andisnotasurveyofthelanddepictedExcepttotheextent apolicyoftitleinsuranceisexpresslymodifiedbyendorsement,ifany, thecompanydoesnotinsuredimensions,distances,locationof easements,acreageorothermattersshownthereon

ContourMap

ParcelID:248

TaxAccount#:0913150000400

OR97741

Thismap/platisbeingfurnishedasanaidinlocatingtheherein describedlandinrelationtoadjoiningstreets,naturalboundariesand otherland,andisnotasurveyofthelanddepictedExcepttotheextent apolicyoftitleinsuranceisexpresslymodifiedbyendorsement,ifany, thecompanydoesnotinsuredimensions,distances,locationof easements,acreageorothermattersshownthereon

ContourMap

ParcelID:10444

TaxAccount#:0913220000200

9619NWColumbiaDr, MadrasOR97741

Thismap/platisbeingfurnishedasanaidinlocatingtheherein describedlandinrelationtoadjoiningstreets,naturalboundariesand otherland,andisnotasurveyofthelanddepictedExcepttotheextent apolicyoftitleinsuranceisexpresslymodifiedbyendorsement,ifany, thecompanydoesnotinsuredimensions,distances,locationof easements,acreageorothermattersshownthereon

SoilMap

ParcelID:248

TaxAccount#:0913150000400

OR97741

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SoilMap

ParcelID:10444

TaxAccount#:0913220000200

9619NWColumbiaDr, MadrasOR97741

Thismap/platisbeingfurnishedasanaidinlocatingtheherein describedlandinrelationtoadjoiningstreets,naturalboundariesand otherland,andisnotasurveyofthelanddepictedExcepttotheextent apolicyoftitleinsuranceisexpresslymodifiedbyendorsement,ifany, thecompanydoesnotinsuredimensions,distances,locationof easements,acreageorothermattersshownthereon

SubdivisionMap

ParcelID:248

TaxAccount#:0913150000400

OR97741

Thismap/platisbeingfurnishedasanaidinlocatingtheherein describedlandinrelationtoadjoiningstreets,naturalboundariesand otherland,andisnotasurveyofthelanddepictedExcepttotheextent apolicyoftitleinsuranceisexpresslymodifiedbyendorsement,ifany, thecompanydoesnotinsuredimensions,distances,locationof easements,acreageorothermattersshownthereon

SubdivisionMap

ParcelID:10444

TaxAccount#:0913220000200

9619NWColumbiaDr, MadrasOR97741

Thismap/platisbeingfurnishedasanaidinlocatingtheherein describedlandinrelationtoadjoiningstreets,naturalboundariesand otherland,andisnotasurveyofthelanddepictedExcepttotheextent apolicyoftitleinsuranceisexpresslymodifiedbyendorsement,ifany, thecompanydoesnotinsuredimensions,distances,locationof easements,acreageorothermattersshownthereon

ZoningMap

ParcelID:248

TaxAccount#:0913150000400

OR97741

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ZoningMap

Community Services

Deschutes-Jefferson-Crook County

Tri County Public Services

Administration-Board of Commissioners 541.388.6570

Assessor 541.388.6508

County Clerk’s Recording Office

Community Development 541.388.6575

County Landfill 541.317.3163

Fair & Expo Center 541.548.2711

Fish & Wildlife 541.383.7146

Health Department

541.322.7400

Oregon Highway Information 800.977.6368

Human Resources

541.388.6553

Community Dev/Planning Dept 541.388.6560

Road Department

541.388.6581

Rural Fire District #2 - Non-Emergency 541.318.0459

Sheriff - Non-Emergency 541.693.6911

Surveyor 541.388.6581

Tax Office 541.388.6540

County Clerks Election Office 541.388.6546

Oregon Water Resources Water Master 541.306.6885

Utilities

OR Utility Notification Center-Call Before You Dig 800.332.2344

Cable and Internet

TDS 541.382-5551

Centurylink 855.204.2304

Dish Network

Direct TV/Satellite

Sureline Broadband

Yellow Knife

Electric

Garbage Cascade Disposal

Republic Service (Redmond)

Madras Sanitary

Republic Services (Prineville)

Republic Services

Sun Country Disposal

Wilderness Garbage

Gas

Cascade

CoEnergy

Ferrel Gas

Suburban Propane

Ed Staub & Sons

Telephone AT&T

TDS

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-9444

Water Companies

Agate Water 541.382.2855

Avion Water 541.382.5342

Cimarron City Water 541.389.7480

City of Bend Water 541.388.5515

City of Redmond Water 541.923.7765

City of La Pine 541.536.1432

City of Prineville 541.447.5627

City of Madras 541.475.2344

Deschutes Valley Water 541.475.3849

Indian Meadow Water 541.719.0137

Laidlaw Water District 541.389.1255

Long Butte Water 541.383.2863

Roats Water 541.382.3029

Sun Country Water 541.382.5103

Sun Mountain Water 541.382.7309

Sunriver Water LLC 541.593.4197

Terrebonne Water 541.548.2727

Water Wonderland 541.593.2902

Irrigation Districts

Arnold Irrigation 541.382.7664

Central Oregon Irrigation 541.548.6047

North Unit Irrigation 541.475.3625

Ochoco Irrigation 541.447.6449

Three Sisters Irrigation 541.549.8815

Swalley Irrigation 541.388.0658

Tumalo Irrigation 541.382.3053

Recreation & Entertainment

Bend Parks and Rec 541.389.7275

Redmond Area Parks & Rec 541.548.7275

Cascades Theatrical Company 541.389.0803

Deschutes Historical Museum 541.389.1813

Deschutes National Forest Information 541.383.5300

TicketsWest (Ticket Sales) 800.992.8499

High Desert Museum 541.382.4754

Hoodoo Ski Area 541.822.3799

Mt. Bachelor Information 800.829.2442

Mt. Bachelor Ski Report 541.382.7888

Old Mill 16 Cinemas 541.382.6347

Redmond Cinemas 541.548.8777

Tumalo State Park 541.382.3586

La Pine State Park 541.536.2428

Smith Rock State Park 541.516.0054

Newberry Monument Visitor Center 541.383.5300

Emergency

Police/Sheriff/Fire/Ambulance 911 Report a crime or incident (non emergency) 541.693.6911

Bend Memorial Clinic 541.382.2811

Poison Control Center 800.222.1222

-5551

St. Charles Hospital Bend 541.382.4321

St. Charles Hospital-Redmond 541.548.8131

St. Charles Medical Center –Madras 541.475.3882

St .Charles Hospital Prineville 541.447.6263

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855.754.7027
888.777.2454
541.699.0030
541.385.0111
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Central Electric
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Mid State
800.221.7070
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541.382.6660
541.548.4984
541.475.3382
541.447.5208
541.382.2263
541.382.6660
541.536.1194
541.548.7449
Amerigas/Northern Energy
Gas 888.522.1130
Natural
541.504
541.382.1161
800.776.7263
541.504.8265
855.392.9752
541.382
541.389.4020
541.388.5158
800.244.1111
541.323.6866
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Bend

Bend Public Services

Bend Airport

Bend Parks & Recreation

541.388.0019

541.389.7275

Building/Planning/Community Dept 541.388.5580

The Bulletin Newspaper

The Source Weekly

Cascade Business News

City Administration

Chamber of Commerce

Community Development

Dept. of Motor Vehicles

541.382.1811

541.383-0800

541.388.5665

541.388.5505

541.382.3221

541.388.5528

541.388.6322

Deschutes Public Library (Downtown) 541.617.7050

Deschutes Public Library (East Bend) 541.330.3760

Dial-A-Ride (Public Transportation) 541.385-8680

Fire Dept. Non-Emergency 541.322.6300

Humane Society

Juniper Aquatic Center

541.382.3537

541.389.7665

Library Main 541.617.7050

Municipal Court

541.388.5572

Planning Department 541.388.5580

Police Dept. - Non-Emergency 541.693.6911

Bend Schools

Bend / La Pine Information

Transportation

Elementary Schools

Amity Creek

Bear Creek

Buckingham

Elk Meadow

Ensworth

High Lakes

Highland At Kenwood

Juniper

Lava Ridge 541.355.2400

North Star 541.355.2300

Pine Ridge

Ponderosa

R. E. Jewell

Seven Peaks

Silver Rail

Westside Village At Kingston 541.355.2000

William E. Miller

Middle Schools

Cascade 541.355.7000

High Desert 541.355.7200

Pacific Crest 541.355.7800

Pilot Butte 541.355.7400

Realms 541.355.4900

Sky View 541.355.7600

High Schools

Bend Senior High 541.355.3700

Caldera High 541.355-5000

Marshall High 541.355.3510

Mountain View High 541.355.4400

Realms High 541.355.5500

Skyline High 541-355-1000

Summit High 541.322.3300

Redmond

Redmond Public Services

Airport Offices 541.504.3495

Redmond Taxi 541.548.1182

Cascade Swim Center 541.548.6066

Chamber of Commerce 541.923.5191

City Information 541.923.7710

State of Oregon E-Permitting 541.923.7721

Dept. of Motor Vehicles 541.548.0140

Fire Dept. Non-Emergency 541.504.5000

Humane Society 541.923.0882

Police Dept. Non-Emergency 541.388.0170

Post Office 800.275.8777

Redmond Library 541.312.1050

Redmond Airport (Roberts Field) 541.504.3495

Redmond Spokesman Newspaper 541.548.2184

Senior Center 541.548.6325

Redmond Schools

Redmond School District/Transportation 541.923.5437

Elementary Schools

StepUP at Edwin Brown Education Center 541.923.4868

Hugh Hartman 541.923.8900

John Tuck 541.923.4884

M.A. Lynch 541.923.4876

Sage 541.316.2830

Terrebonne Community School 541.923.4856

Tom McCall 541.526.6400

Tumalo 541.382.2853

Vern Patrick 541.923.4830

Middle Schools

Elton Gregory 541.526.6440

Obsidian 541.923.4900

Redmond Proficiency Academy 541.526.0882

High Schools

Redmond High 541.923.4800

Redmond Proficiency Academy 541.526.0882

Ridgeview High 541.504.3600

Sisters

Sisters Public Services

Business Office 541.549.6022

Chamber of Commerce 541.549.0251

Sheriff’s Office Substation 541.549.2302

Post Office 800.275.8777

Police Dept. Non-Emergency 541.692.6911

Sisters Library 541.312.1070

Sisters Schools

Sisters Elementary 541.549.8981

Sisters Middle 541.549.2099

Sisters High 541.549.4045

Sunriver and La Pine

Sunriver Public Services

Chamber of Commerce 541.593.8149

Fire Dept. Non-Emergency 541.593.8622

Police Dept. Non-Emergency 541.593.1014

Sunriver Library 541.312.1080

Sunriver Nature Center 541.593.4394

Sunriver Owner’s Association 541.593.2411

Sunriver Homeowner’s Aquatic & Rec Center 541.585.5000

Sunriver and La Pine (con’t)

La Pine Public Services

Chamber of Commerce 541.536.9771

Fire Dept. Non-Emergency (Admin/Bus) 541.536.2935

Sheriff - La Pine Station Non Emergency 541.693.6911

La Pine Library 541.312.1090

La Pine and Sunriver Schools

La Pine Elementary 541.355.8000

Rosland Elementary 541.355.8100

Three Rivers Element. & Middle School 541.355.3000

La Pine Middle School 541.355.8200

La Pine High School 541.355.8400

Madras

Culver– Madras Public Services

Chamber of Commerce 541.475.2350

City of Culver 541.546.6494

Fire Dept Non-Emergency 541.475.7274

Humane Society 541.475.6889

Jefferson County Assessors Office 541.388.6508

Jefferson County Clerks Office 541.475.4451

Jefferson County Planning Dept 541.475.4462

Jefferson County Landfill 541.475.1983

Madras Aquatic Center 541.475.4253

Madras City Hall & Police Station 541.475.2344

Madras Library 541.475.3351

Post Office 800.275.8777

Elementary Schools

Metolius Elementary 541.546.3104

Madras Primary Elementary 541.475.3520

Madras Elementary 541.475.3520

Middle School

Jefferson County Middle School 541.475.7253

High School

Madras High 541.475.7265

Prineville

Prineville Public Services

Chamber of Commerce 541.447.6304

City of Prineville 541.447.5627

Fire Dept. Non-Emergency 541.447.5011

Humane Society 541.447.7178

Crook County Assessors Office 541.447.4133

Crook County Clerks Office 541.447.6553

Crook County Building/Planning Dept. 541.447.3211

Crook County Park & Recreation Dept. 541.447.7546

Crook County Landfill 541.447.2398

Post Office 800.275.8777

Prineville Library 541.447.7978

Sheriffs Office non-emergency 541.447.6398

Elementary Schools

Barnes Butte Elementary 541.416.4150

Brothers Elementary 541.903.2819

Crooked River Elementary 541.447.6488

Steins Pillar Elementary 541.416.4230

Powell Butte Community Charter 541.548.1166

Middle Schools

Crook County Middle School 541.447.6283

High Schools

Crook County High 541.416.6900

Pioneer Secondary Alter High 541.447.1268

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541.355.1800
541.355.2700
541.355.4300
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OREGON AT-A-GLANCE SCHOOL PROFILE

Madras Elementary School

PRINCIPAL: Christopher Wyland | GRADES: K-5 | 215 SE 10th St, Madras 97741 | 541-475-3520 Students We Serve

American

School Environment

CLASS SIZE

Median class size.

No change from previous year

REGULAR ATTENDERS

Students who attended more than 90% of their enrolled school days.

Increase from previous year 1%

2022-23

Black/African

Academic Success

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

Students meeting state grade-level expectations.

21.5

54%

Oregon average 22

Oregon average 62%

MATHEMATICS

Students meeting state grade-level expectations.

Decrease from previous year 2%

21%

SCIENCE

Students meeting state grade-level expectations.

Increase from previous year 3%

11%

Oregon average 37%

School Goals

1. Ensure every student feels seen and connected to Madras Elementary.

2. Improve student learning and the student experience through job-embedded, high quality professional development for certified and classified team members.

3. Ensure every student receives additional time and support to be enriched and/or receive intervention on essential grade level standards.

State Goals

The Oregon Department of Education is partnering with school districts and local communities to ensure a 90% ontime, four year graduation rate by 2027. To progress toward this goal, the state will prioritize efforts to improve attendance, provide a well-rounded education, invest in implementing culturally responsive practices, and promote continuous improvement to close opportunity and achievement gaps for historically and currently underserved students.

Oregon average 31%

Safe & Welcoming Environment

Positive Behavior Intervention & Supports (PBIS) which celebrates students who are modeling schoolwide expectations of the 3 B's: be safe, be responsible, and be respectful.

Bullying and Harassment Prevention Guidance Lessons

Counselor teaches guidance lessons once every month to every student for a minimum of eight guidance lessons each school year.

Character traits are taught, reinforced, and celebrated monthly. Some examples are perserverance, empathy, and how to play safely at recess.

Student Enrollment
DEMOGRAPHICS
345
Native Students 5% Teachers 0% Asian Students <1% Teachers 0%
Indian/Alaska
American Students <1% Teachers 0%
Students 49% Teachers 8% Multiracial Students 3% Teachers 4% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Students 0% Teachers 0% White Students 42% Teachers 88% Ever English Learners
Languages Spoken 3 Students with Disabilities 16% Required Childhood Vaccinations 95% Free/ Reduced Price Lunch >95% *<10 students or data unavailable
Hispanic/Latino
22%
24%
previous year 6% Oregon average 44%
Decrease from
School Website: www.jcsd.k12.or.us/schools/ma Eligibility for Free/Reduced Price Lunch expanded in 2020-21, for more information please visit: www.oregon.gov/ode/schools-and-districts/reportcards/reportcards/Pages/Accountability-Measures.aspx

Our Staff (rounded FTE)

OREGON AT-A-GLANCE SCHOOL PROFILE CONTINUED

Madras Elementary School

REGULAR ATTENDERS

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

MATHEMATICS

24 Teachers

11 Educational assistants 1

72%

About Our School

Asian

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

46%

BULLYING, HARASSMENT, AND SAFETY POLICIES

Positive Behavior Intervention & Support (PBIS)

Student Success Coodinator

Daily Morning Meeting from Responsive Classrooms focused on relationships with peers and staff

Sensory spaces for students who need to regulate prior to entry into main classroom Safe Touch Guidance Lessons Social Skill Training (Second Steps Curriculum)

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

· Elementary Music Program

· Family University

· Oregon Battle of the Books (OBOB)

· 21st Century After-school Program

· Kids Club Partnership

·Maker space in the library, creating opportunities to learn about robots, coding, 3D printing, and CADD.

PARENT ENGAGEMENT

Family engagement plan helps build a college and career-going culture at Madras Elementary

Ongoing communication surround learning and exciting events at school Parent Square, whcih allows families to receive communication for the whole school community, classroom communication, and/or direct messaging with their child's teacher

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

District Engagement Event at Madras High School

District Engagement Event at Warm Springs K-8 Academy

Family University

Trust for Public Land (TPL) has partnered with Madras Elementary to build a new playground in the summer of 2024. This opportunity will create ongoing opportunities to provide feedback on the outside space and the hopes for students to be outside and physically active.

2022-23
Counselors/
Social
Average teacher retention rate over the past three years
Psychologists/
Workers
% of licensed teachers with more than 3 years of experience
Same principal in the last 3 years
Yes Outcomes
American Indian/Alaska Native 65%
<10 students or data unavailable
American <10 students or data unavailable Hispanic/Latino 53% Multiracial 46% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander <10 students or data unavailable White 56% Free/Reduced Price Lunch 54% Ever English Learner 61% Students with Disabilities 34% Migrant 56% Homeless <10 students or data unavailable Students in Foster Care <10 students or data unavailable Military Connected <10 students or data unavailable Talented and Gifted <10 students or data unavailable Female 54% Male 55% Non-Binary <10 students or data unavailable
Black/African
33%
data unavailable
<10 students or
data unavailable 15%
students
students or data unavailable 32% 24% 14% <5% 8%
<10 students or
<10
or data unavailable <10
<10 students or data unavailable
18% 30%
<10 students or data unavailable
42%
10%
29% 21% 14% <5% 8%
13% 31%
Data are suppressed to protect confidential student information. For more information please visit: www.oregon.gov/ode/schools-and-districts/reportcards/reportcards/Pages/Accountability-Measures.aspx

OREGON AT-A-GLANCE SCHOOL PROFILE

Madras Elementary School

PRINCIPAL: Christopher Wyland | GRADES: K-5 | 215 SE 10th St, Madras 97741 | 541-475-3520 Students We Serve

American

School Environment

CLASS SIZE

Median class size.

No change from previous year

REGULAR ATTENDERS

Students who attended more than 90% of their enrolled school days.

Increase from previous year 1%

2022-23

Black/African

Academic Success

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

Students meeting state grade-level expectations.

21.5

54%

Oregon average 22

Oregon average 62%

MATHEMATICS

Students meeting state grade-level expectations.

Decrease from previous year 2%

21%

SCIENCE

Students meeting state grade-level expectations.

Increase from previous year 3%

11%

Oregon average 37%

School Goals

1. Ensure every student feels seen and connected to Madras Elementary.

2. Improve student learning and the student experience through job-embedded, high quality professional development for certified and classified team members.

3. Ensure every student receives additional time and support to be enriched and/or receive intervention on essential grade level standards.

State Goals

The Oregon Department of Education is partnering with school districts and local communities to ensure a 90% ontime, four year graduation rate by 2027. To progress toward this goal, the state will prioritize efforts to improve attendance, provide a well-rounded education, invest in implementing culturally responsive practices, and promote continuous improvement to close opportunity and achievement gaps for historically and currently underserved students.

Oregon average 31%

Safe & Welcoming Environment

Positive Behavior Intervention & Supports (PBIS) which celebrates students who are modeling schoolwide expectations of the 3 B's: be safe, be responsible, and be respectful.

Bullying and Harassment Prevention Guidance Lessons

Counselor teaches guidance lessons once every month to every student for a minimum of eight guidance lessons each school year.

Character traits are taught, reinforced, and celebrated monthly. Some examples are perserverance, empathy, and how to play safely at recess.

Student Enrollment
DEMOGRAPHICS
345
Native Students 5% Teachers 0% Asian Students <1% Teachers 0%
Indian/Alaska
American Students <1% Teachers 0%
Students 49% Teachers 8% Multiracial Students 3% Teachers 4% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Students 0% Teachers 0% White Students 42% Teachers 88% Ever English Learners
Languages Spoken 3 Students with Disabilities 16% Required Childhood Vaccinations 95% Free/ Reduced Price Lunch >95% *<10 students or data unavailable
Hispanic/Latino
22%
24%
previous year 6% Oregon average 44%
Decrease from
School Website: www.jcsd.k12.or.us/schools/ma Eligibility for Free/Reduced Price Lunch expanded in 2020-21, for more information please visit: www.oregon.gov/ode/schools-and-districts/reportcards/reportcards/Pages/Accountability-Measures.aspx

Our Staff (rounded FTE)

OREGON AT-A-GLANCE SCHOOL PROFILE CONTINUED

Madras Elementary School

REGULAR ATTENDERS

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

MATHEMATICS

24 Teachers

11 Educational assistants 1

72%

About Our School

Asian

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

46%

BULLYING, HARASSMENT, AND SAFETY POLICIES

Positive Behavior Intervention & Support (PBIS)

Student Success Coodinator

Daily Morning Meeting from Responsive Classrooms focused on relationships with peers and staff

Sensory spaces for students who need to regulate prior to entry into main classroom Safe Touch Guidance Lessons Social Skill Training (Second Steps Curriculum)

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

· Elementary Music Program

· Family University

· Oregon Battle of the Books (OBOB)

· 21st Century After-school Program

· Kids Club Partnership

·Maker space in the library, creating opportunities to learn about robots, coding, 3D printing, and CADD.

PARENT ENGAGEMENT

Family engagement plan helps build a college and career-going culture at Madras Elementary

Ongoing communication surround learning and exciting events at school Parent Square, whcih allows families to receive communication for the whole school community, classroom communication, and/or direct messaging with their child's teacher

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

District Engagement Event at Madras High School

District Engagement Event at Warm Springs K-8 Academy

Family University

Trust for Public Land (TPL) has partnered with Madras Elementary to build a new playground in the summer of 2024. This opportunity will create ongoing opportunities to provide feedback on the outside space and the hopes for students to be outside and physically active.

2022-23
Counselors/
Social
Average teacher retention rate over the past three years
Psychologists/
Workers
% of licensed teachers with more than 3 years of experience
Same principal in the last 3 years
Yes Outcomes
American Indian/Alaska Native 65%
<10 students or data unavailable
American <10 students or data unavailable Hispanic/Latino 53% Multiracial 46% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander <10 students or data unavailable White 56% Free/Reduced Price Lunch 54% Ever English Learner 61% Students with Disabilities 34% Migrant 56% Homeless <10 students or data unavailable Students in Foster Care <10 students or data unavailable Military Connected <10 students or data unavailable Talented and Gifted <10 students or data unavailable Female 54% Male 55% Non-Binary <10 students or data unavailable
Black/African
33%
data unavailable
<10 students or
data unavailable 15%
students
students or data unavailable 32% 24% 14% <5% 8%
<10 students or
<10
or data unavailable <10
<10 students or data unavailable
18% 30%
<10 students or data unavailable
42%
10%
29% 21% 14% <5% 8%
13% 31%
Data are suppressed to protect confidential student information. For more information please visit: www.oregon.gov/ode/schools-and-districts/reportcards/reportcards/Pages/Accountability-Measures.aspx

American

OREGON AT-A-GLANCE SCHOOL PROFILE

Jefferson County Middle School

PRINCIPAL: Simon White | GRADES: 6-8 | 1180 SE Kemper Way, Madras 97741 | 541-475-7253

School Environment

CLASS SIZE

Median class size.

REGULAR ATTENDERS

Students who attended more than 90% of their enrolled school days.

2022-23

Academic Success

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

Students meeting state grade-level expectations.

21

Increase from previous year 1 Oregon average 22

Increase from previous year 9%

66%

Oregon average 62%

MATHEMATICS

Students meeting state grade-level expectations. 21%

Decrease from previous year 6% Oregon average 29%

School Goals

At Jefferson County Middle School we work diligently to create and maintain an inclusive environment where students feel safe and supported to learn and grow. JCMS is focused on student growth and learning through a guaranteed and viable curriculum for all students. We collaborate weekly in professional learning communities to analyze student work, discuss research-proven instructional strategies, and to adjust our teaching to meet the diverse needs of our students. Additionally, we provide a school wide intervention and enrichment program to provide students with extra time and support to reach their highest potential.

State Goals

The Oregon Department of Education is partnering with school districts and local communities to ensure a 90% ontime, four year graduation rate by 2027. To progress toward this goal, the state will prioritize efforts to improve attendance, provide a well-rounded education, invest in implementing culturally responsive practices, and promote continuous improvement to close opportunity and achievement gaps for historically and currently underserved students.

SCIENCE

Students meeting state grade-level expectations.

19%

Decrease from previous year 3% Oregon average 27%

Safe & Welcoming Environment

JCMS is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all students, families, staff, and community members. During the year we focus on teaching and supporting the whole student through our Advisory program and SEL instruction to build a foundation for students to feel safe, secure, and confident. Multiple family engagement activities provide our community with opportunities to engage with staff and learn about procedures, programs and partnerships. To support our bilingual families we have several Spanish speaking staff that assures all meetings, information, and communications are translated.

Student Enrollment
DEMOGRAPHICS
Students We Serve
439
Native Students 9% Teachers 0% Asian Students <1% Teachers 0%
American Students <1% Teachers 0% Hispanic/Latino Students 47% Teachers 10% Multiracial Students 3% Teachers 0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Students <1% Teachers 0% White Students 40% Teachers 90% Ever English Learners
Languages Spoken 3 Students with Disabilities 16% Required Childhood Vaccinations 97% Free/ Reduced Price Lunch >95% *<10 students or data unavailable
Indian/Alaska
Black/African
28%
38%
previous year 4% Oregon average 43%
Decrease from
School Website: www.jcsd.k12.or.us/schools/jcms Eligibility for Free/Reduced Price Lunch expanded in 2020-21, for more information please visit: www.oregon.gov/ode/schools-and-districts/reportcards/reportcards/Pages/Accountability-Measures.aspx

Our Staff (rounded FTE)

OREGON AT-A-GLANCE SCHOOL PROFILE CONTINUED

Jefferson County Middle School

REGULAR ATTENDERS

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

26 Teachers

<10

12 Educational assistants 1

64%

About Our School

BULLYING, HARASSMENT, AND SAFETY POLICIES

Building relationships and positive school culture are essential to creating and sustaining a safe learning environment. JCMS utilizes multiple systems to educate and support students. These systems include: PBIS, Advisory, SEL, CHAMPS, Buffalo Bucks, District/building handbooks and frequent training for certified and classified staff on these systems. Furthermore, students and families have multiple methods to report concerns to staff in a secure manner. Additionally, our staff promotes safety, inclusivity, and acceptance in our school. To ensure the safety of our students, our school continually reflects on safety protocols and system evaluation. Additionally, JCMS has hired a Student Success Coordinator to focus on school Culture and Safety.

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

JCMS values extracurricular activities, including interscholastic sports, academic clubs, service clubs and more. Our offerings include: Athletics, Intramurals, 21st Century after school programs, Student Leadership, NJHS, FFA, OSU Extension, and AVID. To learn more about the activities offered at our school, connect with our staff or visit our school website for details.

PARENT ENGAGEMENT

We ask parents and families to partner with us in giving students the support they need to succeed at school. JCMS provides a variety of community engagement activities throughout the year: 6th grade orientation, open house, parent conferences, 8th grade promotion, athletic orientation nights, AVID induction, NJHS Induction, and Title 1A parent nights with a focus on literacy, math, and health.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

We offer numerous ways for interested community members and businesses to connect with our schools. JCMS provides a variety of community engagement activities throughout the year: College and Career week, Turkey Bingo, Craft Night, End of the Year BBQ with community partners, school and district forums on school improvement, and student recognition at school board meetings.

2022-23
Counselors/
Average teacher retention rate over the past three years
% of licensed teachers with more than 3 years of experience
Psychologists/ Social Workers
84%
Same principal in the last 3 years
Outcomes
No
American Indian/Alaska Native 64%
<10 students or data unavailable Black/African American <10 students or data unavailable Hispanic/Latino 66% Multiracial 57% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander <10 students or data unavailable White 68% Free/Reduced Price Lunch 66% Ever English Learner 61% Students with Disabilities 51% Migrant 56% Homeless <10 students or data unavailable Students in Foster Care <10 students or data unavailable Military Connected <10 students or data unavailable Talented and Gifted 94% Female 70% Male 63% Non-Binary <10 students or data unavailable
Asian
32% <10 students or data unavailable <10 students or data unavailable 29% 39% <10 students or data unavailable 50% 38% 24% 6% 13% <10 students or data unavailable <10 students or data unavailable <10 students or data unavailable >95% 40% 36% <10 students or data unavailable MATHEMATICS 12%
students or data unavailable
students or data unavailable 15% 23% <10 students or data unavailable 31% 22% 13% <5% 11% <10 students
data unavailable
students
data unavailable
students
data unavailable 86% 20% 22% <10 students or data unavailable
<10
or
<10
or
<10
or
Data are suppressed to protect confidential student information. For more information please visit: www.oregon.gov/ode/schools-and-districts/reportcards/reportcards/Pages/Accountability-Measures.aspx

OREGON AT-A-GLANCE SCHOOL PROFILE

Madras High School

PRINCIPAL: Brian Crook | GRADES: 9-12 | 390 SE 10th St, Madras 97741 | 541-475-7265 Students We Serve

School Environment

CLASS SIZE

Median size of classes in core subjects.

Increase from previous year 1

REGULAR ATTENDERS

Students who attended more than 90% of their enrolled school days.

Increase from previous year 6%

Academic Progress

2022-23

ON-TRACK TO GRADUATE

Students earning one-quarter of graduation credits in their 9th grade year.

No change from previous year

82%

Academic Success

ON-TIME GRADUATION

Students earning a diploma within four years. Cohort includes students who were first-time ninth graders in 2018-19 graduating in 2021-22 95%

School Goals

Madras High School's goal is for every student to graduate high school on time with the skills necessary to succeed in college, career tech, or the work force.

In 2023-2024 Madras High school will:

· Increase the number of freshmen who are on track to graduate at the end of their 9th grade year to 87%.

· Increase the regular attenders to 60%.

· Implement the AVID college and career readiness system school-wide.

· Increase student participation in extracurricular activities and athletics.

FIVE-YEAR COMPLETION

Students earning a high school diploma or GED within five years. Cohort Includes students who were firsttime ninth graders in 2017-18 finishing in 2021-22

Increase from previous year 2%

96%

Oregon average 87%

State Goals

The Oregon Department of Education is partnering with school districts and local communities to ensure a 90% ontime, four year graduation rate by 2027. To progress toward this goal, the state will prioritize efforts to improve attendance, provide a well-rounded education, invest in implementing culturally responsive practices, and promote continuous improvement to close opportunity and achievement gaps for historically and currently underserved students.

COLLEGE GOING

Students enrolling in a two or four year college within 16 months of completing high school in 202021. Data from the National Student Clearinghouse.

Decrease from previous year 1%

43%

Oregon average 56%

Safe & Welcoming Environment

Our school strives to ensure all students and their parents feel welcome by including community liaisons in our school. All communication sent home through mail, phone, or text is translated for easy access. Interpreters are provided for parent conferences and other school meetings where parents are present.

Student Enrollment 731 DEMOGRAPHICS
Native Students 28% Teachers 5% Asian Students 1% Teachers 0%
American Students 1% Teachers 0% Hispanic/Latino Students 40% Teachers 2% Multiracial Students 1% Teachers 0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Students <1% Teachers 0% White Students 28% Teachers 93% Ever English Learners
Languages Spoken 6 Students with Disabilities 17% Required Childhood Vaccinations 95% Free/ Reduced Price Lunch >95% *<10 students or data unavailable
American Indian/Alaska
Black/African
48%
22
Oregon average 22
62%
50%
Oregon average
Oregon
84%
average
Oregon
81%
Increase from previous year 4%
average
School Website: www.jcsd.k12.or.us/schools/mhs Eligibility for Free/Reduced Price Lunch expanded in 2020-21, for more information please visit: www.oregon.gov/ode/schools-and-districts/reportcards/reportcards/Pages/Accountability-Measures.aspx

Our Staff (rounded FTE)

OREGON AT-A-GLANCE SCHOOL PROFILE CONTINUED

Madras High School

36 Teachers

<10

<10 students or

15

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

3

71%

About Our School

ADVANCED COURSEWORK

· College Now Credit Opportunities

· 44 Core Credits Available

· 30 Elective Credits Available

· Expanded Options

· Talented and Gifted Program

· Music & Band Program

· Career and Technical Education

· Spanish World Language Courses

· AVID: Career and College Readiness

CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION

· Agricultural Sciences

· Business

· Computer Aided Drawing (CAD)

· Construction Engineering

· Fire Management

· Graphics Technology

· Metal Fabrication

· Natural Resources

· FFA

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Our school offers a full variety of OSAA athletics.

Our school offers several academic focused extra curricular activities:

· Music and Drama Programs

· Marching Band

· Vocational Clubs

· Leadership & Various Clubs

· National Honor Society

· 21st Century Community Learning Center Program/After School Tutoring

· FFA

PARENT & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Our school engages our parents and community by hosting a variety of events intended for parents and community members to attend:

· Freshman Welcome

· Open Houses

· Homecoming

· Extracurricular Activities Events: Sports, Activities, Clubs, Music Programs, Drama Performances.

· Distinguished Alumni Event

· MHS Athletic Hall of Fame Event

· Family University

· CTE Community Advisory Committees

· AVID Family Nights

· Juntos Family Nights

· Annual District Wide Community Engagement Event

2022-23
Educational
assistants
Counselors/ Psychologists/ Social
Average teacher retention rate over the past three years
% of licensed teachers with more than 3 years of experience
Workers
88%
Same principal in the last 3 years
Outcomes REGULAR ATTENDERS American Indian/Alaska Native 43%
<10 students or data unavailable Black/African American <10 students or data unavailable Hispanic/Latino 53% Multiracial <10 students or data unavailable Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander <10 students or data unavailable White 52% Free/Reduced Price Lunch 50% Ever English Learner 47% Students with Disabilities 52% Migrant 63% Homeless 54% Students in Foster Care <10 students or data unavailable Military Connected <10 students or data unavailable Talented and Gifted 77% Female 45% Male 55% Non-Binary <10 students or data unavailable ON-TRACK TO GRADUATE 73%
students or data unavailable <10 students or data unavailable 85% <10 students or data unavailable <10 students or data unavailable 88% 82% 79% 82% >95% <10 students or data unavailable <10 students or data unavailable
students or data unavailable
students or data unavailable 79% 86% <10 students or data unavailable ON-TIME GRADUATION 91%
No
Asian
<10
<10
<10
unavailable
data unavailable >95%
students or data
<10 students or
data unavailable <10
91% 95% >95% 90% >95%
students or data unavailable
>95% >95% 94%
Coming in 2023-24
<10 students or data unavailable
Data are suppressed to protect confidential student information. For more information please visit: www.oregon.gov/ode/schools-and-districts/reportcards/reportcards/Pages/Accountability-Measures.aspx

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Places to Go & Things to Do

Food Trucks/Carts

https://www.visitbend.com/food-drink/restaurants/food-carts/

https://www.google.com/search?q=food+carts+near+me&rlz=1C1GCEU_enUS874US875&oq=food+ca rts+&aqs=chrome.2.69i57j0i512j0i457i512j0i402j46i175i199i512l2j0i512l4.9132j0j15&sourceid=chrom e&ie=UTF-8

https://www.menupix.com/oregon/cn/158/370037/Food-Trucks-Prineville

https://www.google.com/search?q=food+trucks+in+sisters+oregon&rlz=1C1GCEU_enUS874US875&ei =nMxVYpS4Ns2dkPIPufeDoAg&oq=food+trucks+in+Sisters&gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EAEYADIFCAAQgAQ yBQgAEIYDMgUIABCGAzoLCC4QgAQQxwEQrwE6BggAEBYQHkoECEEYAEoECEYYAFAAWPcKYNAiaABw AXgAgAHRAYgBugmSAQUwLjYuMZgBAKABAcABAQ&sclient=gws-wiz

https://www.google.com/search?q=food+trucks+in+madras&rlz=1C1GCEU_enUS874US875&ei=nMxV YpS4Ns2dkPIPufeDoAg&ved=0ahUKEwiU9pOLm4_3AhXNDkQIHbn7AIQQ4dUDCA8&uact=5&oq=food +trucks+in+madras&gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EAMyBggAEBYQHjIFCAAQhgMyBQgAEIYDOgcIABBHELADO goIABBHELADEMkDOggIABCABBDJAzoFCAAQkgM6BQgAEIAEOgsILhCABBDHARCvAUoECEEYAEoECEYY AFDeEliMGmDVHGgBcAF4AIABrQGIAZoHkgEDMC42mAEAoAEByAEHwAEB&sclient=gws-wiz

https://www.google.com/search?q=food+trucks+in+culver+oregon&rlz=1C1GCEU_enUS874US875&ei =bM1VYqjDC_bTkPIP_Zuj2AY&ved=0ahUKEwioqYDum4_3AhX2KUQIHf3NCGsQ4dUDCA8&uact=5&oq =food+trucks+in+culver+oregon&gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EAMyBQghEKsCOgoIABBHELADEMkDOgcIABB HELADOgYIABAWEB46BQgAEIYDOgUIIRCgAUoECEEYAEoECEYYAFD2BljNDmCFEGgBcAF4AIABswGIAcQ JkgEDMC43mAEAoAEByAEEwAEB&sclient=gws-wiz

https://pdx.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bend-oregon-guide

Central Oregon Healthy Food

https://www.visitbend.com/food-drink/restaurants/vegan-vegetarian-gluten-free/

https://www.google.com/search?q=healthy+eats+in+central+oregon&rlz=1C1GCEU_enUS874US875& ei=Vs5VYo6xJp_TkPIPjIqV4AI&ved=0ahUKEwiOtOXdnI_3AhWfKUQIHQxFBSwQ4dUDCA8&uact=5&oq =healthy+eats+in+central+oregon&gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EAM6BggAEAcQHjoICAAQBxAFEB46BQgAEI YDSgQIQRgASgQIRhgAUABYjyhg6D5oAnABeAGAAe8DiAHND5IBCjIuMTAuMS4wLjGYAQCgAQHAAQE &sclient=gws-wiz

Kid Friendly Attractions

https://forgetsomeday.com/things-to-do-in-bend-oregon-with-kids/

https://www.cascadiakids.com/things-do-kids-bend-oregon/

https://oldmilldistrict.com/things-to-do-with-kids/

https://www.visitbend.com/things-to-do/activities/kid-family-friendly-activities/

Farmers Markets in Central Oregon

https://visitcentraloregon.com/dining/food/farmers-market/

https://www.localharvest.org/prineville-or/farmers-markets

https://hdffa.org/its-farmers-market-season/

https://redmondoregonfarmersmarket.com/

https://www.sistersfarmersmarket.com/

https://www.localharvest.org/redmond-or/farmers-markets

https://www.madrassaturdaymarket.com/

Central Oregon Breweries

https://www.visitbend.com/food-drink/restaurants/brewery-pub/

https://www.google.com/search?q=breweries+in+central+oregon&rlz=1C1GCEU_enUS874US875&oq =&aqs=chrome.0.69i59i450l8.68566434j0j15&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

https://visitcentraloregon.com/dining/drinks/breweries/redmond/

https://beermebend.com/bend-oregon-brewery-locations/

https://www.google.com/search?q=prineville+breweries&rlz=1C1CHBD_enUS1025US1025&oq=prine ville+breweries&aqs=chrome..69i57j0i22i30j0i390i650.4688j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

https://www.google.com/search?q=breweries+in+madras+oregon&rlz=1C1CHBD_enUS1025US1025& oq=breweries+in+madras+oregon&aqs=chrome..69i57.6398j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Private Schools in Central Oregon

https://www.niche.com/k12/search/best-private-schools/c/deschutes-county-or/

https://movingtobend.com/relocation-blog/2021/a-guide-to-public-and-private-schools-in-bendoregon/

https://www.countyoffice.org/bend-or-private-schools/

Central Oregon Winter Activities

https://www.visitbend.com/things-to-do/activities/winter-fun/

https://visitcentraloregon.com/things-to-do/activities/winter/

https://www.google.com/search?q=winter+activities+central+oregon&rlz=1C1CHBD_enUS1025US102 5&oq=winter+activities+central+oregon&aqs=chrome..69i57j0i22i30l2j0i390i650l3j69i60l2.14288j0j4 &sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Central Oregon Trivia and Bingo Nights

https://www.riversplacebend.com/games

https://beermebend.com/bend-oregon-brewery-locations/

https://www.bendsource.com/bend/bingo-with-bren-supporting-saving-grace/Event?oid=16320982

https://www.visitbend.com/food-drink/astro-lounge/

https://theyardfoodpark.com/events/

https://www.silvermoonbrewing.com/events

https://www.bendsource.com/bend/tuesday-night-trivia-in-redmond/Event?oid=18829261

Calendar of Events for Central Oregon

https://visitcentraloregon.com/calendar-of-events

https://www.bendsource.com/bend/EventSearch?v=g#grid

https://www.visitbend.com/event-calendar/

Economic Development For Central Oregon

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR CENTRAL OREGON EDCOINFO.COM #EDCOINFO @EDCOINFO 705 SW BONNETT WAY SUITE 1000 BEND, OR 97702 541.388.3236 2022 CENTRAL OREGON ECONOMIC PROFILE

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Welcome to Central Oregon

Where the commute times are short and breathtaking views await you at every turn. The region features dramatic snow-capped mountain ranges and high desert plateaus within Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson counties.

Located halfway between San Francisco and Seattle, one of the hottest small metropolitan markets in the U.S. is Central Oregon. In the last decade the region has seen some of the highest sustained GDP growth, job growth and population growth. With these factors in mind, The Milken Institute has named the region the best small metropolitan in the nation four years in a row – an unprecedented feat no other location has ever received.

Central Oregon is pulling extraordinary talent and capital, fostering a diverse and highly entrepreneurial business ecosystem. Deschutes County received the most investment in Oregon in 2022, according to Smartasset. Lured by natural scenic beauty and big city amenities without big city costs or hassle, people are learning that having a true work-life balance is possible. Employees are happier and companies are more innovative and capital-efficient. All in a region dominated by small to mid-sized firms that compete globally – and win.

Welcome........................................................................................................ Central Oregon Overview................................................................................ Population..................................................................................................... Move.............................................................................................................. Relocate / Expand.......................................................................................... Start................................................................................................................ Entrepreneurial Support................................................................................. Grow............................................................................................................... Workforce...................................................................................................... Delivering What Is Expected......................................................................... Transportation............................................................................................... Services / Infrastructure................................................................................ Top Employers............................................................................................... Foundations of Central Oregon’s Economy................................................... Lifestyle......................................................................................................... About EDCO................................................................................................... 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 20 21 Page 2 - Economic Development for Central Oregon

Regional Population:

(2021 estimates from Portland State University)

Regional Labor Force:

(Seasonally adjusted total for 2021 from Oregon Employment Department)

253,761

123,953

Bend-Redmond MSA GDP Per Capita: $54,390

(2020 estimate from the Bureau of Economic Analysis) *Bureau of Economic Analysis data is only available for the Bend-Redmond MSA

Access to and from our region has never been easier with five national carriers flying up to 54 segments daily to nine international airports. Central Oregon is served by one of the most vibrant and successful regional airports in the country at Redmond (RDM).

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POPULATION

Central Oregon has been among the fastest growing regions anywhere in the U.S.

In-migration has been the dominating factor in the region’s growth. With millions of visitors annually, Central Oregon continues to attract thousands of new residents from all over the country each year for it’s outdoor amenities, arts and culture opportunities, quality healthcare, and a growing education system.

“Central Oregon’s economic growth is stronger than the state and nation overall. The primary reason is the high quality of life that attracts new residents. Faster population growth means local businesses

can

hire and expand at a faster rate due to the influx of working-age migrants and the growing labor force.”

Oregon Jefferson County 11.4% 14.6% 85.2% 63.7% Area POPULATION CHANGES FOR CENTRAL OREGON Percent Change 2010 - 2021 Net Migration % 2010 - 2021 Counties Deschutes County 28.9% 89.0% Crook County 21.5% 81.1%
Population Research Center, PSU 2021. Oregon Employment Department, 2021. Page 4 - Economic Development for Central Oregon
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NEW RESIDENTS, NEW IDEAS & NEW ENERGY

With over 4.5 million visitors flocking to Central Oregon each year, it proves a great introduction to our region’s culture, lifestyle and a great first impression for businesses. Central Oregon and the Bend-Redmond MSA continually top the nation in population growth. In fact, Bend has been among the 15 fastest growing cities in the U.S. five of the last six years. While our population grows, so does our workforce. We’re cultivating a community that has consciously decided to live here and attracting new talent pools to serve the increasing demand for labor.

TOP 10 COOLEST PLACES TO GO IN THE NEXT 10 YEARS - FORBES , 2021 Oregon 3,837,300 4,237,256 3,421,399 4,013,845 4,266,620 Area 2010 2020 2000 2015 2021 Crook County 21,020 23,440 19,184 21,085 25,482 Deschutes County 157,905 197,015 115,367 170,740 203,390 Bend 76,740 92,840 52,029 81,310 100,922 La Pine 1,660 2,005 1,670 2,654 Redmond 26,225 32,215 13,481 27,050 36,122 Sisters 2,040 3,220 959 2,280 3,286 Unincorporated 51,240 66,735 48,898 53,151 60,406 Jefferson County 21,750 24,105 19,009 22,445 24,889 Tri-County Total Source: Population Research Center, PSU. 2000 & 2010 Census numbers are for April 1 of that year; 2015-2021 data are for July 1 of that year. 200,675 244,560 153,560 214,270 253,761 Not incorporated
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11.4% % Growth 2010-2021 21.5% 28.9% 24.1% 27.4% 38.0% 15.3% 14.6% 20.9% 37.7% edcoinfo.com - Page 5

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Business Cost Comparison

Oregon offers more incentive programs to traded-sector* businesses than Washington or California. Even without taking those incentives into consideration, Oregon is still a more cost-effective choice for doing business. Contact EDCO for a detailed look at the business costs in Central Oregon. *companies that sell their products

We guide employers outside the region through the relocation process as a resource for regional data, incentives, talent, site selection, and A-Z problem solving.

Sources: Tax Foundation 2022, US Energy Information Association (Natural Gas) 2021, US Energy Information Association (Electricity) 2021

“While our move to Central Oregon may have started for personal reasons, it has allowed us to do more with our business than we thought possible. It has allowed us to hire amazing employees – the available talent here in Central Oregon has proven to be of the highest caliber and chocked full of integrity. Sometimes you feel like you can get lost in a big city. In Sisters we have been able to be part of a growing and nurturing business community.” - Wyatt Woods, President and Owner, Holy Kakow

Case Study: Holy Kakow

Founded in Portland in 2009, Holy Kakow creates premium organic chocolate sauces and syrups that are used in coffee shops across the nation and globe. After running the business for nearly a decade, Founder Wyatt Woods decided a move to the City of Sisters would be beneficial for his family. The next step was to figure out how to move the successful business. After EDCO’s help with site selection, incentives, permitting, and more, Holy Kakow was able to move their operations into a new building in the Sisters Business Park. The relocation allowed them to scale for growth, even during the pandemic, expanding their employment from three to eight in the span of a couple months. Holy Kakow have their sights set on new product launches. With the backing of the community and the growing number of craft food businesses in Sisters, the company is surrounded by a strong business ecosystem to help them succeed.

or services outside the area, bringing new jobs and capital investment to the area
6.16¢ Avg. Electricity Rate (¢/kWh) None State & Local Sales Tax Rate $4.73 Avg. Natural Gas Rate ($/kcf) #22 State Business Tax Climate Index OR 15.14¢ 7.25%+ $9.74 #48 CA 5.81¢ 6.5%+ $7.72 #15 WA
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Get connected to our growing industry clusters that include: craft brewing/distilling, bioscience, outdoor products, technology, aerospace, and advanced manufacturing.

We link you to tools to help your company including: connections to the local supply chain, talent acquisition, incentives, business finance, market intelligence, and more.

WHY CENTRAL OREGON?

Central Oregon offers a pro-business environment with several incentives and supportive business finance options to encourage economic growth. Oregon also allows corporate net operating losses to be carried forward for up to 15 years without a cap, which can meaningfully reduce your business’s tax liability.

We help you navigate the regional and local real estate market, infrastructure and permitting processes.

For businesses looking to relocate, Central Oregon has a reputation for welcoming new companies. The region offers a tightknit community without sacrificing talent, education opportunities, or quality healthcare. EDCO’s network can help your business streamline decisions when choosing a new home.

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We mentor and advise scalable young companies from concept to exit on issues such as access to capital, critical expertise and business strategy.

“The support we’ve received from EDCO and other organizations has been tremendous and allowed us to grow and develop our network and further develop our business in a short time. Their proactive approach to assisting and encouraging entrepreneurship in this region has been paramount to some of the large strides we’ve taken this year.”

Case Study: SherpTek

SherpTek was among the first tenants to take occupancy in the redeveloped Woodgrain mill site, re-branded the “Prineville Campus,” where they design and manufacture modular truck bed systems and accessories to improve the functionality and adaptability of pickup trucks for day-to-day use and outdoor adventures.

SherpTek is an innovator in the automotive/outdoor industry. Their Founder and Lead Design Engineer, Ryan Goodwin, uses composite aerospace materials and construction methods to create a lightweight, yet super durable, precision-engineered product. SherpTek was one of Prineville’s first companies to pitch at EDCO’s Central Oregon PubTalk, an event that showcases local entrpreneurs. The company has been and continues to be supported by EDCO as well as many local and State partners in areas such as business financing, incentive utilization, internship coordination, staffing, network connections, scalability, and pitch coaching. Despite having just moved their start-up to Prineville earlier this year, SherpTek has ingrained itself into the entrepreneurial fabric of the region. They are already expanding their manufacturing facilities, hiring additional employees and training local high school students on their specialized processes.

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A driving force for our economic performance is a collaborative and inclusive entrepreneurial community. This is supported via the number of new business registrations, which has outpaced far larger cities. In 2022, AdvisorSmith ranked Bend fifth for Top Midsize Cities where Americans Start the Most Businesses at 3.79 businesses started per 1,000 residents.

The region is large enough to provide resources and access to capital that help new entrepreneurs get started, while still being small enough that those resources are interconnected to support businesses as they grow. Unique to Central Oregon, given its size, are the numerous community resources and assets that are available. Assets managed by EDCO include monthly Central Oregon PubTalks, the Stable of Experts mentorship program and the largest Angel Conference in the PNW, the Bend Venture Conference.

BEST SMALL CITIES FOR STARTING A BUSINESS

Both Redmond and Bend made WalletHub’s Top 30 list for best cities to start a business at #16 and #17 respectively, based on an index of criteria that included business environment, access to resources and business costs. They were the only two Oregon cities to make it in the top 350 of 1,334 small cities ranked in the index.

SUPPORT St. George, UT Bend, OR 359 1 2 3 16 17 4 1 8 5 3 54 Area
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Access to Resources Rank National Rank Business Environment Rank Washington, UT 3 Bozeman, MT 18 Redmond, OR 127
Source: WalletHub, April 2022.
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We partner with local traded-sector companies to help them grow and expand, offering them the very same incentives and assistance as relocation projects.

“Our flagship manufacturing facility is located in Bend, nestled at the base of the Cascade Mountain Range, which also inspired the brand name. The views and outdoor amenities are unmatched, but the entrepreneurial and community support we have received from day one has been the driving factor in bringing our homegrown business sustainable success in Oregon and beyond. Our employees, customers and partners are what make Bend home and inspire continued growth.”

Case Study: Broken Top Brands

Broken Top Brands creates handmade, sustainable, eco-conscious candles and body products that have been featured in National media outlets such as BuzzFeed, Oprah Daily and HuffPost. Started in 2015 out of Founder Affton Coffelt’s kitchen in Bend as Broken Top Candle Co., the company has now blossomed to 19 employees and recently moved into an 18,000 SF manufacturing facility.

Broken Top Brands is currently selling an array of all natural, biodegadble and paraben-free lifestyle products in the USA, as well as Canada and parts of Europe. The brand’s market is primarily wholesale with an organically growing e-commerce presence. Customers can find their products in over 2,800 retail locations nationally and internationally, with Whole Foods being their largest account.

Broken Top Brands was attracted to starting a business in Central Oregon for its quality of life and supportive community. Due to it’s unique company culture and location, the business has had success retaining employees which has enabled its continued expansion. Although supply chain timelines and transportation costs have been challenges through the pandemic, Broken Top Brands has sustained steady growth and continues to partner with EDCO, 1% for the Planet, One Tree Planted, Opportunity Knocks, Bend Chamber, and Business Oregon to serve their loyal customer base.

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#5 FOR 5-YEAR JOB GROWTH IN THE U.S.

Private sector employment grew by 47% in Central Oregon over the last 10 years, which is significantly faster than the statewide growth of around 20%. Employment in the private sector is projected to grow by 12% across the region between 2019 and 2029.

Damon Runberg, Oregon Employment Department

Workforce Development

Improving the Readiness and Employability of Central Oregon’s Future Workforce

Now in its fourth year, Youth CareerConnect (YCC) continues to connect employers and students with real work experience throughout Central Oregon. By supporting internships and experiential learning opportunities in the community, YCC has made it simpler for schools and employers to connect while fostering a work-ready labor force for years to come.

YCC Internship Coordinators host office hours at schools across the region to help students with professional goal setting, resume writing, interview skills, and internship placement for high school, college and alternative education students. Since its inception in 2017, YCC has built a rolodex of over 360 business partners and placed more than 493 students in meaningful internships. Personalization for both the business and the student is at the core of what YCC does, and why it continues to thrive. To get involved with Youth CareerConnect, visit: youthcareerconnect.org

WORKFORCE
Source: State of Oregon Employment Department, 2021 Oregon 14.3% U.S. MANUFACTURING EMPLOYMENT GROWTH (2010-2021) 7.1% Deschutes County 60.6% Redmond 75.3% edcoinfo.com - Page 11
- MILKEN INSTITUTE, 2022

“Central Oregon enjoys a truly collaborative environment. Everyone is not only supportive of each other, but excited to see one another grow. We share the same trails, rivers and slopes and ultimately share a similar vision to help the region succeed.”

The combination of a collaborative culture, a supportive attitude among government and economic development partners, plus a location that attracts talent and investment all help Central Oregon compete nationally.

DESCHUTES COUNTY
COUNTY RECEIVING THE MOST INCOMING INVESTMENT IN OREGON -SMARTASSET, 2022 Rank County New Building Permits (per 1,000 homes) Business Growth Federal Funding (per capita) GDP Growth (millions) Incoming Investment Index 1 3 5 2 4 6 Deschutes 26.4 Marion 13.8 Washington 13.4 Crook 21.8 Linn 15.8 Jefferson 9.8 Oregon Totals 7.8 11.3% $211 6.8% $920 4.1% $340 7.8% $225 4.8% $103 8.9% $192 3.4% $265 $317 56.94 $354 43.91 $660 42.09 $23 49.48 $111 42.77 $17 41.99 $1,480 Source: SmartAsset, 2022 INCOMING INVESTMENT BY COUNTY IN OREGON DELIVERING WHAT IS EXPECTED Page 12 - Economic Development for Central Oregon
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Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM; www.flyrdm.com ) provides commercial air service with an average of 27 daily outbound flights to Burbank, Denver, Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, and Seattle via five carriers (Alaska, American, Avelo, Delta, and United).

Burlington Northern-Santa Fe (BNSF), Union Pacific (UPRR) and the City of Prineville Railway (COPR) provide direct connections for shipping to any market in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

U.S. Highways 97 and 20 are two of the State’s major trucking routes, with access to major metro areas with connections to Interstate 5 (N-S) and Interstate 84 (E-W).

The Central Oregon average commute time is 24 minutes each way, saving the average worker nearly one work week per year !

Source: Census.gov 2021

TRANSPORTATION 30 min 33.3 min 31.9 min 27.7 min 26.2 min 16.6 min 25.7 min Average Commute Times Travel Time & Distance by Car Travel Time By Air 20 min 10 min 0 min PORTLAND, OR 164 miles 3 hours, 13 minutes OLYMPIA, WA 269 miles 4 hours, 44 minutes SALT LAKE CITY, UT 1 hour, 30 minutes SEATTLE, WA 329 miles 5 hours, 46 minutes BURBANK, CA 1 hour, 30 minutes DENVER, CO 2 hours, 24 minutes LOS ANGELES, CA 820 miles 12 hours, 38 minutes BEND, OR REDMOND, OR RDM MEDFORD, OR 173 miles 3 hours, 15 minutes SEATTLE, WA 1 hour, 10 minutes BOISE, ID 316 miles 5 hours, 12 minutes SAN FRANCISCO, CA 1 hour, 10 minutes LOS ANGELES, CA 2 hours SAN FRANCISCO, CA 491 miles 7 hours, 55 minutes
SanFranciscoLosAngeles Seattle Portland Denver Bend
AIR RAIL FREIGHT
PHOENIX, AZ 2 hour, 30 minutes SAN DIEGO, CA 2 hours, 40 minutes PALM SPRINGS, CA Coming November 2022 edcoinfo.com - Page 13

UTILITIES

Most of our region has been newly built in the past two decades, making Central Oregon’s telecommunications infrastructure one of the Northwest’s most technologically advanced. Businesses and telecommuters benefit from reliable fast data speeds and upload times.

EDUCATION

Central Oregon is well-recognized for its high level of education, with some of the best K-12 public schools in the nation. In 2021, the Bend-La Pine school district’s average SAT scores surpassed the national average by over 180 points. Additionally, our higher education opportunities abound. From Oregon State University-Cascades’ ongoing expansion, to Central Oregon Community College’s four campuses in the region, there are opportunities for all to obtain a quality education.

HEALTHCARE

St. Charles Health System is the largest healthcare provider in the region, and is also the largest employer with over 4,500 employees across the tri-county area. The hospital received HealthGrade’s 2021 Pulmonary Care Excellence Award™ and offers a network of more than 100 clinics and specialty practices throughout the community.

SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE
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According to the Oregon Employment Department, 76% of Oregon establishments have between one and nine covered payroll employees and the average private establishment employs around 11 people. Still, a number of large employers operate successfully here, tapping into Central Oregon’s ever-expanding workforce, the overall low cost of doing business and business-friendly local governments. This year, the top 50 private companies collectively employ nearly 21,000 Central Oregonians, or roughly 21.9% of the region’s current total employment.

2021 Central Oregon Industry Composition Private by Employment Trade, Transportation, & Utilities Education & Health Services Leisure & Hospitality Professional & Business Services Mining, Logging & Construction Manufacturing Financial Activities Other Services Information 7% 4% 2% CENTRAL OREGON RANKED #1 IN THE STATE FOR JOB GROWTH AT 29.7% - Oregon Employment Department , 2011-2021 TOP EMPLOYERS 1 9 17 5 13 21 7 15 23 31 27 35 T-24 T-33 T-29 37 42 45 T-46 2022 1 7 T-13 5 12 T-23 8 15 T-23 36 T-17 T-38 28 T-38 T-31 37 NL 47 46 2021 4,509 605 336 894 375 249 640 350 238 206 225 199 235 200 220 176 159 153 150 2022 St. Charles Health System regional 2022 Central Oregon Largest 50 Private Employers Employees Rank McDonald’s regional PacificSource Mt. Bachelor Black Butte Ranch Opportunity Foundation Fred Meyer regional Meta - Facebook Data Center NeighborImpact regional Endura Products Eagle Crest - Aimbridge Hospitality Keith Manufacturing Co. 10 Barrel Brewing Co. Touchmark at Mt. Bachelor Village Tetherow First Interstate Bank regional Hayden Homes Rebound Physical Therapy regional Dutchie 4,626 682 365 860 375 259 669 350 259 200 300 195 230 195 220 198 122 149 150 2021 2 10 18 6 14 22 8 16 T-24 32 28 36 T-39 41 44 T-46 50 26 T-33 T-29 38 T-39 43 T-46 49 2 10 20 6 T-13 19 9 T-23 22 21 35 48 NL 42 41 T-43 T-50 29 40 33 45 30 T-31 T-17 T-43 1,030 440 296 714 365 245 628 340 235 204 221 190 165 164 154 150 142 226 200 220 171 165 157 150 149 Bright Wood Corporation regional Lonza, formerly Bend Research High Lakes Health Care regional Safeway regional ibex Consumer Cellular Summit Medical Group regional BASX Pronghorn Resort Bi-Mart regional Epic Air Indian Head Gaming Albertsons regional Nosler J Bar J Youth Services Deschutes Brewery Laird Superfood NL = Not Listed | T = Tied PCC Schlosser Sunriver Brewing Company The Center (Ortho/Neuro Care) Western Heavy Haul & SMAF G5 Riverhouse on the Deschutes BendBroadband/TDS Telecom Ray’s Food Place regional 1,093 438 279 751 365 294 607 259 270 272 210 145 201 173 174 162 132 224 190 216 155 221 220 300 162 3 11 19 3 16 26 1,000 415 280 Sunriver Resort Rosendin Electric Inc. Brasada Ranch 1,000 317 250 4 12 20 4 11 27 916 391 267 Les Schwab regional Mosaic Medical regional Medline ReNewal 890 378 246 21% 19% 16% 13% 10% 9% Source: State of Oregon Employment Department, 2021 edcoinfo.com - Page 15

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

• More than 100 businesses in advanced manufacturing make their own products here in Central Oregon, as well as provide a critical role in the supply chain for other OEM in aviation/aerospace, brewing & distilling, specialty food processing, and automotive.

• Additive and subtractive machining of metals and plastics, advanced welding and metal fabrication, specialty metals casting, production printing and publishing, as well as specialized machinery and equipment continue to advance locally.

• The largest employers in this industry group include Precision Cast Parts (PCC) Schlosser, Keith Manufacturing and BasX Solutions.

AVIATION & AEROSPACE

• The production of light aircraft in Central Oregon spans back more than 30 years and over that time, 25 aircraft have moved through the process of conceptual design to flight.

• Composite (carbon fiber) fabrication and innovation aircraft are the region’s specialty offering a cluster of world-class talent and capabilities here.

• Some of the most successful flight training programs in the country are located in the region with both fixed-wing and helicopter flight schools that serve the global industry, including Leading Edge, Hillsboro Aero Academy and Central Oregon Community College.

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FOUNDATIONS OF CENTRAL OREGON’S ECONOMY

BIOSCIENCE

• Producing everything from titanium implants to cutting edge drug research, our bioscience industry has been experiencing year-over-year double digit employment growth for nearly a decade.

• Quietly, Central Oregon’s bioscience industry has proven capable of attracting world class scientific and technical talent that has made companies here competitive on a global scale.

• Swiss-based pharmaceutical research and manufacturer Lonza is the largest bioscience company in the region, and among the largest in Oregon, with two campuses and additional operations scattered across the region.

BREWING & DISTILLING

• Central Oregon is home to breweries both large and small, with Deschutes Brewery’s production placing it in the top 10 largest craft breweries in the U.S.

• For Oregon, which has 312 craft breweries, nearly one-third of the largest 30 brewers by volume, are located in Central Oregon – testimony to the quality of product produced here.

• The region is also home to a dozen craft cideries and distilleries, two of which, Bendistillery and AVID Cider, are the second largest in the state in their respective sectors.

#3 LEADING HOP PRODUCTION STATE -STATISTA, 2020 #2 BEST CITIES FOR BEER DRINKERS -SMARTASSET, 2022
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FOUNDATIONS OF CENTRAL OREGON’S ECONOMY

FOUNDATIONS OF CENTRAL OREGON’S ECONOMY

BUILDING PRODUCTS

• After 100+ years and considerable systemic change across the industry, the building products sector is still Central Oregon’s largest traded-sector employer.

• Businesses in this sector compete and win on a global scale, innovating and automating as global leaders in their respective sub-industries, including wood doors and windows, mouldings, cabinetry, furniture, and musical instruments.

• The region’s largest manufacturer and second largest private employer, Brightwood Corporation, is based in Madras, with operations in Redmond, Culver and Prineville. The company has been growing in Central Oregon for over a half century.

OUTDOOR GEAR & APPAREL

• Central Oregon is home to a diverse group of businesses in a variety of subsectors, including rock climbing, water sports, hydration, hiking, backpacking, recreational vehicles, road and mountain biking, outerwear, and software.

• The region is home to the Oregon Outdoor Alliance (OOA) and Oregon’s Office of Outdoor Recreation, both of which are dedicated to connecting and cultivating the industry.

• Bend Outdoor Worx is the country’s first dedicated startup accelerator for the industry and offers investment, exposure and access to vetted resources for outdoor innovators.

#5

GREAT CITIES IN THE U.S. FOR OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

- WASHINGTON POST, 2022

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FOUNDATIONS OF CENTRAL OREGON’S ECONOMY

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

• Professional services are incrasingly being exported out of the tri-county region including engineering, architecture, accounting, HR, recruitment, creative services, advertising, and publishing to name a few

• The creative, marketing and advertising sub-sectors of this industry are particularly strong in Central Oregon with firms being attracted to the region from as far away as Barcelona, Spain.

TECHNOLOGY

• Including software companies, electronics manufacturers, alternative energy and data centers, the region has over 130 tech companies employing nearly 3,000 people.

• Five dozen software companies call the region home, more often than not locating their headquarter operations here.

• Prineville is a growing data center hub and is home to Meta’s first and largest data center campus, a 4.5 million square foot complex. Central Oregon offers a unique advantage for data centers due to its available infrastructure, affordable industrial land, multiple telecom carriers, desert climate, and globally competitive tax incentives.

#3 FOR 5-YEAR HIGH TECH GDP GROWTH -MILKEN INSTITUTE, 2022 edcoinfo.com - Page 19

Located on the eastern slopes of the Cascade Range, where vast forests give way to the arid high desert, Central Oregon boasts year-round adventure and a rare mix of city amenities and world-famous outdoor recreation. The region offers the slower speed of a small town with access to toprated healthcare and infrastructure to support continued economic growth.

#10

TOP 100 BEST PLACES TO LIVE IN AMERICA -

#2 MOST FITNESS FRIENDLY PLACE IN THE U.S. -SMARTASSET,

30+ Golf Courses

Miles and Miles of Trails

#10 BEST SMALL CITIES FOR BUSINESS

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, 2022

M T. BACHELOR

AMONG BEST SKI AREAS IN THE U.S.

BEST PERFORMING SMALL CITIES & #1 FOUR YEARS IN A ROW -MILKEN INSTITUTE, 2022

#4 BEST MOUNTAIN TOWNS IN AMERICA

-THRILLIST, 2021

Flourishing Arts & Culture Scene

31 Breweries & Counting

300 Days of Sunshine

LIFESTYLE
-U.S.
MONEY, 2019 & LIVABILITY, 2020
AFAR,
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ABOUT EDCO

Founded in 1981, EDCO is a non-profit corporation supported by private and public members and stakeholders. Our mission is to create a balanced and diversified economy with a strong base of middle-class jobs in Central Oregon.

To do this, we focus on helping companies do the following:

MOVE. We guide employers outside the region through the relocation process as a resource for regional data, incentives, talent, site selection, and more.

START. We mentor and advise scalable young companies from concept to exit on issues such as access to capital, critical expertise and business strategy.

GROW. We partner with local traded-sector companies to help them grow and expand.

AmeriTitle

BendTel

Cascade Natural Gas

Central Electric Cooperative

Central Oregon Community College

City of Bend

City of La Pine

City of Madras

City of Prineville

City of Redmond

City of Sisters

Combined Communications

Crook County

Deschutes County

First Interstate Bank

Jefferson County

Mid Oregon Credit Union

OSU-Cascades

Pacific Power

PacificSource Health Plans

Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt

Sensiba San Filippo

St. Charles Health System

U.S. Bank

Velox Systems

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Fiscal Year Companies Jobs (New & Retained) New Capital Investment 2020 - 2021 2018 - 2019 2016 - 2017 2019 - 2020 2017 - 2018 2021 - 2022 Totals 34 40 48 36 31 13 202 451 587 735 774 288 483 3,318 $208.7 million $70.5 million $2.1 billion $67.1 million $199.7 million $1.98 billion $4.63 billion
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