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66725 Rebecca Lane BEND, OREGON 97703

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PROPERTY DETAILS

66725 Rebecca Lane BEND, OR | MLS #220120771

2BD + OFFICE

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1 BA

23.79 AC

1,782 +/-SF

$1,032,000

HUGE Sweeping Cascade Mountain Views View Broken Top, 6 Peaks, Black Butte & Cinder Butte Centrally located between Bend, Redmond & Sisters 23+ level acres Access to public land Private gated entrance to 7 homes on Rebecca Lane RV parking Newly constructed 2018 Energy Star modular home Concrete stem wall foundation on a concrete slab Open floor plan 9-foot ceilings & laminate floors Office space or potential 3rd bedroom Kitchen includes stainless steel appliances Heat pump for heat & A/C Double-pane windows are Low-E Energy Star Upgraded roof Storage/tool shed 8'x20' and carport Septic installed & ready for a future replacement dwelling Property qualifies for conservation easement/ tax reduction

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66725 Rebecca Lane BEND, OREGON 97703

PUBLIC LAND


66725 REBECCA LANE BEND, OR 97703 HOME AND PROPERTY FEATURES www.CascadeMountainViews.com HUGE Sweeping Cascade Mountain Views! PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS ● Huge Mountain Views - Clearly visible Cascade Mountain Range with 6 Peaks & 2 Buttes including: Tam MacArthur Rim, Broken Top, the Three Sisters, Mt Washington, Three Fingered Jack, Mt Jefferson, Cinder Butte & Black Butte. ● 23+ level acres with a gated private road. ● 1,782 SF modular home built in 2018. ● Open floor plan with 9-foot-tall ceilings. ● 2 bedrooms + office/ potential 3rd Bedroom. ● 8'x20' storage/tool shed with a carport. Property is fenced with access to public lands. ● See more below! COMMUNITY ● 8.7 miles & 11 minutes to downtown Sisters shops, restaurants, schools, post office, seasonal farmer’s market, and events ● 8.7 miles & 11 minutes to Sisters Elementary School (this property is in the Sisters School District) ● 9.9 miles & 14 minutes to Sisters Middle School (this property is in the Sisters School District) ● 10.4 miles & 16 minutes to Sisters High School (this property is in the Sisters School District) ● 11 miles & 15.5 minutes to North Bend, Target, restaurants and shops ● 21 miles & 11 minutes to the Redmond Municipal Airport ● 37.9 miles & 48 minutes Mount Bachelor, Ski & Sports Lodge & Red Chair Lift Parking Skiing, Trails & Adventure: ● 30.5 miles & 38 minutes to the Sisters Hoodoo Ski Area: https://skihoodoo.com/ ● 37.9 miles & 48 minutes Mount Bachelor, Ski & Sports Lodge & Red Chair Lift Parking: https://www.mtbachelor.com/ ● All Trails in Oregon: https://www.alltrails.com/parks/us/oregon/deschutes-national-forest ● Sisters - Nearby public lands for access to numerable local hiking and off-road biking trails including the Peterson Ridge Trail system: https://www.sisterstrails.org ● Sisters & Central Oregon - Multiple on-road bike routes including the Oregon Scenic Bikeway: https://www.sisterstrails.org ● Sisters Park & Recreation District: https://sistersrecreation.com/ ● Bend Trail System: https://bendtrails.org/ Bend Park & Recreation: https://www.bendparksandrec.org/

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FEATURES OF THE HOME & PROPERTY Built 2018 23.79 level acres 1,782 +/- square feet 2 Bedrooms + Office (could be 3rd bedroom) 2 Full Baths 1 Laundry/Mud Room No HOA, Yes CC&Rs ● NO HOA ● County Zoning ● Llama View Subdivision, lot 9: http://dial.deschutes.org/API/Real/GetSubdivision?year=1989&itemId=15516 UTILITIES ● See Utilities List for a complete list and contact information ● Sun Mountain Community Water and more in Utilities List ● Septic info in property book HEATING & COOLING ● Heat pump for heat and A/C ● Furnace for forced air MAIN HOME INTERIOR FEATURES ● 9-foot-tall ceilings ● Double pane low-E vinyl windows ● Laminate plank flooring in living areas, tile in kitchen, bathrooms and laundry/mudroom ● Formica countertops in kitchen, bathrooms and laundry room ● Wood cabinets throughout. Open Floor Plan with Living Room, Dining Area & Kitchen ● Huge Cascade Mountain Views ● Front entrance hallway to office and living area ● Open living and dining area ● Pantry cabinets in kitchen with pull-out drawers ● Room for a center island (pendant lights above are already installed) ● Under cabinet lighting included ● Breakfast bar Office ● Batwing doors off of entry ● A wall could be added to form a 3rd bedroom and a hallway to the master bedroom

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Master Bedroom ● Cascade Mountain Views including Mt Jefferson ● Walk-in and walk-through closet with 2 doors ● Door to outside deck & stairs Master Bath ● Mt Jefferson Views ● Formica shower ● Linen shelving ● Formica countertops 2nd Bedroom ● Cascade Mountain Views ● Walk-through closet with 2 doors ● Door to outside deck & stairs Guest Bath ● Formica shower/tub combination ● Linen shelving ● Formica countertop Laundry Room ● Washer & dryer included ● Utility sink ● Upper cabinets ● Hooks for coats ● Access to water shut off and utilities ● Door to outside deck & stairs EXTERIOR FEATURES ● Storage shed with concrete floors and locking door ● Attached carport ● Circular gravel driveway ● Gated road and gated driveway entrance ● Private Septic is already installed and ready to add a potential future replacement dwelling ● Water hookup is near the storage shed and has a connection for a future water line to a replacement dwelling ● Electricity is located near storage shed INCLUDED & EXCLUDED ITEMS Included ● Kitchen appliances: Stainless steel refrigerator, range, dishwasher ● Washer and dryer in laundry/mudroom

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Excluded ● Owner’s personal property and stager’s personal property. Seller’s furniture, less wall decor and stager’s property are negotiable for sale outside of escrow. Stager may also sell some items outside of escrow. Additional Seller Notes: ● Adjacent to the Tumalo Winter Deer Range. 20 acres of this property’s 23.79 acres could qualify for a conservation easement and winter forage for deer and hence much lower property taxes. Other properties in this Llama View neighborhood have qualified. Buyer to do due diligence with ODFW: https://www.dfw.state.or.us/ ●

Modular Home: Energy-star manufactured home on a concrete perimeter with a concrete slab underneath. Notes from Sellers: The county originally had this house as a licensed vehicle parked on two concrete runners and block skirting. Homes Direct in Redmond were tardy in getting the paperwork straight, but we finally got it registered with the state as a permanent structure as part of the property. I called the county planner who said she wasn't able to change it because there was no line for that. Dial report says that concrete runners and block perimeter. Scot Harbick says there is a 6'x30' stem wall with 4 perfect corners on a 4" slab that the home sits on and is anchored to.

The parcel to the west in Llama View (lot 8) just installed their utility trench. It starts from Jericho on the SW corner of their lot and runs about 400 ft north into their lot. The location of their future house is confirmed to be well to the south of our direct view of the Sisters Mountains. They also confirmed that they plan on a stick-built house.

Property includes all of Rebecca Lane down to the fence on the south boundary. This includes the gate on the entrance of Rebecca Lane from Plainview which is owned and maintained by this subject property. To fully enclose the property, a 2nd gate (coded for convenience like the 1st gate) can be installed on the south end keeping in mind that owners who have an access easement to their property from Rebecca Lane (some of the other 6 houses have this access) must always be able to access their properties through Rebecca Lane if they have no other way to access their property. No additional people beyond those with no other way to access their properties are entitled to use Rebecca Lane outside of government agencies, who have their own code. The new owner can also fence along the west side of the road easement to have a fully fenced property with adjacent private road access for keeping horses or other animals.

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UTILITIES


UTILITIES LIST 66725 Rebecca Lane, Bend, OR 97703 HOA & CC&Rs – no Water Service Provider – Community water Sun Mountain Water System LLC 18075 2nd Avenue Bend OR 97703 Office Number- 541-382-7309 https://sunmountainwater.com/ Sewer Provider – Private Septic installed – ready to add a potential future replacement dwelling Garbage & Recycling Service – High Country Disposal / Republic Services for home service (541) 548-4984 https://www.republicservices.com/locations/oregon Northwest Transfer Station in Sisters for drop off (541) 388-6599 / (541) 317-3163 www.co.deschutes.or.us Sisters Recycling - 328 Sisters Park Drive, Sisters, OR 97759 Knott Landfill - Deschutes County Solid Waste & Deschutes Recycling (541) 317-3163 (541) 388-6599 Recorded Info. https://www.deschutes.org/solidwaste 61050 SE 27th St, Bend, OR 97702 Electricity Service – Central Electric Cooperative – CEC – Sisters Office (541) 549-5698 www.cec.coop Propane Provider – no natural gas available Options: Co-Energy (541) 504-9444 Ed Staub & Sons (541) 504-8265 Ferrell Gas (541) 382-1161 AmeriGas / Northern Energy (541) 548-7449 Internet/Cable TV/Phone Service – Dish Network https://www.usdish.com/near-me/availability Yellowknife Wireless - internet provider - http://www.ykwc.com/ 136 NW Greenwood Ave, Bend, OR 97701 (541) 385-0111


Century Link - https://www.centurylink.com/ 19550 Amber Meadow Dr Suite 130136, Bend, OR 97702 541-647-5469 Mail Service – Post Office, Sisters - (541) 549-0412 694 N. Larch Street, Sisters, OR 97759 Pony Express - (541) 549-1538 (boxes, Fed Ex & UPS) 160 S. Oak Street, Sisters, OR 97759 Post Office, Bend – (800) 275-8777 2300 NE 4th St, Bend, OR 97701 Newspapers – Sisters Nugget Newspaper (541) 549-9941 442 E. Main Ave. Sisters, Oregon Mail to: PO Box 698, Sisters, OR 97759 https://nuggetnews.com Bend Bulletin 1777 SW Chandler Avenue, Bend, OR 97702 Mail to: P.O. Box 6020, Bend, OR 97708-6020 Home delivery – (541) 385-5800 or 1-800-503-3933 Main line: (541) 382-1811 circ@bendbulletin.com County Services – Deschutes County (541) 388-6570 For a full list of services for your property, please see your county’s property report and review your information from your title & escrow company. In Deschutes County, call (541) 388-6570, or visit www.DIAL.org to view your property report and Service Providers online. Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed


MAPS


66725 REBECCA LANE BEND, OR 97703

Source: Esri, Maxar, GeoEye, Earthstar Geographics, CNES/Airbus DS, USDA, USGS, AeroG RID, IGN, and the GIS User Community, Deschutes County GIS

0 Date: 3/16/2021

162.5

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1 i nc h = 3 76 feet

650 ft


66725 REBECCA LANE BEND, OR 97703

Source: Esri, Maxar, GeoEye, Earthstar Geographics, CNES/Airbus DS, USDA, USGS, AeroG RID, IGN, and the GIS User Community, Deschutes County GIS

0 Date: 3/16/2021

320

± 640

1 i nc h = 7 52 feet

1,280 ft


66725 REBECCA LANE BEND, OR 97703

Source: Esri, Maxar, GeoEye, Earthstar Geographics, CNES/Airbus DS, USDA, USGS, AeroG RID, IGN, and the GIS User Community, Deschutes County GIS

0 Date: 3/16/2021

625

± 1,250

1 i nc h = 1 ,50 5 feet

2,500 ft


COUNTY & TAX INFO


Deschutes County Parcel Information

Parcel Information

Assessment Information

Parcel #: 131219 Tax Lot: 1611060000100 Record Type: Unknown Site Address: 66725 Rebecca Ln Bend OR 97703

Market Value Land:

$445,480.00

Market Value Impr:

$107,230.00

Market Value Total:

$552,710.00

Assessed Value:

$219,520.00

Tax Information

Owner: Adler, Larry Lee Adler, Sally Bent

Levy Code Area: 6-012

Owner Address: PO Box 250

Levy Rate: 13.4475

Cora WY 82925

Tax Year: 2020

Twn/Range/Section 16S / 11E / 06 :

Annual Tax: $2,952.00

Legal

Parcel Size: 23.79 Acres (1,036,292 SqFt) Plat/Subdivision: Llama View

LLAMA VIEW Lot: 9 Block: 0

Lot: 9 Block: 0 Census 000600 / 2007 Tract/Block: Waterfront:

Land County Land Use: 471 - Tract - Disqualified permanent FU Improved (typical of class) Zoning: EFUTRB - Exclusive Farm Use Tumalo/Redmond/Bend

Land Use Std: CMOB - Mobile Home Parks, Trailers Neighborhood: 000

Watershed: Deep Canyon

School District: 6 - Sisters School District

Primary School: Sisters Elementary School

Middle School: Sisters Middle School

High School: Sisters High School

Improvement Year Built: 2018

Total SqFt: 1,782 SqFt

Bedrooms: 2

Attic Area:

Bathrooms: 2

2nd Floor:

Bsmt Area:

Full/Half Baths: 2 / 0

Fireplace:

Garage:

1st Floor: 1,782 SqFt

Carport:

Transfer Information Rec. Date: 07/21/2017

Sale Price: $337,000.00

Owner: Le Alder Larry

Doc Type: Deed

Grantor:

Orig. Loan Amt: Finance Type:

Doc Num: 0000028434

Title Co: FIRST AMERICAN TITLE Loan Type:

Lender:

Sentry Dynamics, Inc. and its customers make no representations, warranties or conditions, express or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of information contained in this report.


Deschutes County Property Information Report Date: 3/15/2021 4:48:28 PM

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

Account Summary Account Information

Ownership

Mailing Name:

Mailing Address:

ADLER, LARRY LEE & SALLY BENT

Map and Taxlot: 1611060000100

ADLER, LARRY LEE & SALLY BENT

Account: Tax Status:

131219 Assessable

PO BOX 250

Situs Address:

66725 REBECCA LN, BEND, OR 97703

CORA, WY 82925 Valuation

Property Taxes

Real Market Values as of Jan. 1, 2020

Current Tax Year: $2,952.00

Land

$445,480

Tax Code Area:

Structures

$107,230

Total

$552,710

6012

Assessment Subdivision: LLAMA VIEW

Current Assessed Values:

Lot:

Maximum Assessed

$219,520

Block: 0

Assessed Value

$219,520

Assessor Acres: 23.79 Property Class: 471 -- TRACT

Veterans Exemption

9

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

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

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

2016 - 2017 $361,760 $0 $361,760

2017 - 2018 $401,550 $0 $401,550

2018 - 2019 $357,380 $0 $357,380

2019 - 2020 $428,610 $127,780 $556,390

2020 - 2021 $445,480 $107,230 $552,710

$131,340 $131,340 $0

$135,280 $135,280 $0

$139,330 $139,330 $0

$213,130 $213,130 $0

$219,520 $219,520 $0

Maximum Assessed Value Total Assessed Value Veterans Exemption

Deschutes County Property Information Report, page 1


Tax Payment History Year

Date Due

Transaction Type

Transaction Date

As Of Date

Amount Received

Tax Due

Discount Amount

Interest Charged

Refund Interest

2020

11-15-2020

PAYMENT

11-03-2020

11-03-2020

$2,863.44

($2,952.00)

$88.56

$0.00

$0.00

2020

11-15-2020

IMPOSED

10-09-2020

11-15-2020

$0.00 Total:

$2,952.00 $0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

2019

11-15-2019

PAYMENT

10-29-2019

10-29-2019

$2,794.47

($2,880.90)

$86.43

$0.00

$0.00

2019

11-15-2019

IMPOSED

10-11-2019

11-15-2019

$0.00 Total:

$2,880.90 $0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

2018

11-15-2018

PAYMENT

11-02-2018

11-02-2018

$1,832.63

($1,889.31)

$56.68

$0.00

$0.00

2018

11-15-2018

IMPOSED

10-13-2018

11-15-2018

$0.00 Total:

$1,889.31 $0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

Sales History Buyer

Sale Amount

Sale Type

Recording Instrument

$337,000

33-CONFIRMED SALE

2017-25364

$85,000

1997-4392449

$38,000

33-CONFIRMED SALE 12-DEED RESULTING FROM CONTRACT BEING PAID 33-CONFIRMED SALE

$93,000

33-CONFIRMED SALE

1988-1650329

Sale Date

Seller

06/27/2017

LIM,DAVID D & JANICE H J

02/25/1997

PAULY,SHERMAN ROLLEN

ALDER, LARRY LEE & SALLY BENT LIM,DAVID D

02/25/1997

PAULY,SHERMAN ROLLEN

LIM,DAVID D

$85,000

09/26/1989

UNKNOWN

06/08/1988

UNKNOWN

1997-4392447 1989-1930181

Structures Stat Class/Description

Improvement Description

Code Area

442 - MANF STRCT: Double wide Floor Description First Floor

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6012 Comp % 100

Sq Ft 1,782

Year Built Total Sq Ft 2018

1,782


Rooms Living

Dining

Kitchen

Nook

Great

Family

Bed

Full Bath

Half Bath

Bonus

Utility

Den

Other

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

0

0

0

0

0

Improvement Inventory BATHTUB W/FIBRGL SHWR

1

ROOF CVR - COMP

DRYWALL

1

SHOWER W/DOOR, FIBERGLASS

FOUNDATION - CONC RUNNER HEAT PUMP/MINI SPLIT

1

264

SIDING - T1-11/PLYWOOD

1

1,782

SKIRTING - Concrete Block

186

LAVATORY

2

ROOF - GABLE

1,782

1,782

TOILET

2

WINDOWS - DOUBLE/THERMAL PANE

1

Land Characteristics Land Description

Acres

Rural Lot

23.79

Land Classification

Ownership Ownership Percentage

Name Type

Name

Ownership Type

OWNER

ADLER, SALLYBENT

OWNER

100.00%

OWNER

ADLER, LARRYLEE

OWNER

100.00%

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

NOTE: Related accounts include structures that are related but not included on this account. Please see Improvements to view structures included on this account.

Service Providers Please contact districts to confirm. Category

Name

Phone

Address

COUNTY SERVICES

DESCHUTES COUNTY DESCHUTES COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE CLOVERDALE RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT SISTERS SCHOOL DISTRICT #6

(541) 388-6570

1300 NW WALL ST, BEND, OR 97703

(541) 693-6911

63333 HIGHWAY 20 WEST, BEND, OR 97703

(541) 548-4815

68787 GEORGE CYRUS RD, SISTERS, OR 97759

(541) 549-8521

525 EAST CASCADE AVE, SISTERS, OR 97759

SISTERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

(541) 549-8981

611 EAST CASCADE AVE, SISTERS, OR 97759

SISTERS MIDDLE SCHOOL

(541) 549-2099

15200 MCKENZIE HWY, SISTERS, OR 97759

SISTERS

(541) 549-4045

1700 MCKINNEY BUTTE RD, SISTERS, OR 97759

(541) 693-5600

145 SE SALMON AVE, REDMOND, OR 97756

(541) 383-7700

2600 NW COLLEGE WAY, BEND, OR 97703

POLICE SERVICES FIRE DISTRICT SCHOOL DISTRICT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AREA MIDDLE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AREA HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AREA EDUCATION SERVICE TAX DISTRICT COLLEGE TAX DISTRICT PARK & RECREATION DISTRICT LIBRARY DISTRICT GARBAGE & RECYCLING SERVICE

HIGH DESERT EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT CENTRAL OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SISTERS PARK & RECREATION DISTRICT DESCHUTES PUBLIC LIBRARY HIGH COUNTRY DISPOSAL

(541) 617-7050

1750 W. McKINNEY BUTTE RD, SISTERS, OR 97759 601 NW WALL ST, BEND, OR 97703

(541) 548-4984

1090 NE HEMLOCK AVE, REDMOND, OR 97756

(541) 549-2091

Development Summary County Zone

Description

EFUTRB

EXCLUSIVE FARM USE - TUMALO/REDMOND/BEND SUBZONE

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Planning Jursidiction: Urban Growth Boundary:

Deschutes County No

No Urban Reserve Area: County Development Details

Wetland (National or Local):

Yes

Conservation Easement: FEMA 100 Year Flood Plain:

No Conservation Easement Recorded

TDC/PRC Restrictive Covenant: Ground Snow Load:

No TDC/PRC Restrictive Covenant Found

Not Within 100 Year Flood Plain

36 #/sq. ft.

Deschutes County Permits Permit ID

Permit Type

Applicant

Application Date

Status

Electrical

ADLER, LARRY LEE & SALLY BENT

04/06/2018

Finaled

Feasibility

ADLER, LARRY LEE & SALLY BENT

05/31/2018

Feasibility

LLAMA VIEW SUBDIVISION

04/20/1989

Feasibility

ADLER, LARRY LEE & SALLY BENT

04/06/2018

Land Use

ADLER, LARRY LEE & SALLY BENT

11/30/2017

247-17-000711-CU Land Use

Larry and Sally Adler

08/23/2017

Closed

247-TP88684-PL

Land Use

BUCK MYLON & SHARON

08/09/1988

Finaled

247-18-004279-MD 247-19-000498MECH 247-18-004279PLM-01 247-18-001185PRMT

Manufactured Structure ADLER, LARRY LEE & SALLY BENT

07/10/2018

Finaled

Mechanical

ADLER, LARRY LEE & SALLY BENT

01/30/2019

Finaled

Plumbing

ADLER, LARRY LEE & SALLY BENT

08/23/2018

Finaled

Septic

ADLER, LARRY LEE & SALLY BENT

07/10/2018

Finaled

247-18-002027ELEC 247-18-001011EVAL 247-FS10485 247-18-000726EVAL 247-17-000952-CU

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Site Evaluation Approved Finaled Site Evaluation Approved Closed


STATEMENT OF TAX ACCOUNT DESCHUTES COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR DESCHUTES SERVICES BUILDING BEND OR 97703 (541) 388-6540 15-Mar-2021 ADLER, LARRY LEE & SALLY BENT PO BOX 250 CORA WY 82925 Tax Account # Account Status Roll Type Situs Address

131219 A Real 66725 REBECCA LN BEND OR 97703

Lender Name Loan Number 6012 Property ID Interest To Mar 15, 2021

Tax Summar y Tax Year 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

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

Total Due

Cur r ent Due

Inter est Due

Discount Available

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

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

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

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

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

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Or iginal Due $2,952.00 $2,880.90 $1,889.31 $1,823.23 $1,794.04 $1,681.13 $1,575.47 $1,530.80 $1,507.31 $1,463.70 $1,475.42 $1,427.60 $1,391.96 $1,330.68 $1,239.68 $1,216.07 $1,182.48 $1,104.83 $1,077.22 $1,063.86 $883.95 $842.74 $829.31 $822.71 $922.72

Due Date Nov 15, 2020 Nov 15, 2019 Nov 15, 2018 Nov 15, 2017 Nov 15, 2016 Nov 15, 2015 Nov 15, 2014 Nov 15, 2013 Nov 15, 2012 Nov 15, 2011 Nov 15, 2010 Nov 15, 2009 Nov 15, 2008 Nov 15, 2007 Nov 15, 2006 Nov 15, 2005 Nov 15, 2004 Nov 15, 2003 Nov 15, 2002 Nov 15, 2001 Nov 15, 2000 Nov 15, 1999 Nov 15, 1998 Dec 15, 1997 Nov 15, 1996


REAL PROPERTY TAX STATEMENT JULY 1, 2020 TO JUNE 30, 2021 DESCHUTES COUNTY, OREGON - 1300 NW WALL ST STE 203, BEND, OR 97703

TAX BY DISTRICT

TAX ACCOUNT: 131219

SCHOOL DISTRICT #6 SCHOOL #6 LOCAL OPTION HIGH DESERT ESD COCC

899.97 164.64 21.16 136.19

EDUCATION TOTAL:

ADLER, LARRY LEE & SALLY BENT PO BOX 250 CORA WY 82925

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION CODE: 6012

MAP: 161106-00-00100

GENERAL GOVT TOTAL:

CLASS: 471

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THIS YEAR

428,610 127,780 556,390

445,480 107,230 552,710

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219,520

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219,520

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0 219,520

TOTAL PROPERTY TAX:

2,880.90

2,952.00

VALUES: REAL MARKET (RMV) LAND STRUCTURES TOTAL RMV

1,221.96

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267.44 120.74 237.08 294.16 4.92 79.42 239.80 48.29 32.93 1,324.78

CLOVERDALE FIRE DISTRICT BOND SCHOOL #6 BOND 2001 SCHOOL #6 BOND 2016 C O C C BOND

90.62 208.81 82.28 23.55

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SCHOOLS


OREGON AT-A-GLANCE SCHOOL PROFILE Sisters Elementary School

2018-19

PRINCIPAL: Becky Stoughton | GRADES: K-4 | 611 E Cascade, Sisters 97759 | 541-549-8981

Students We Serve

School Environment

323

Academic Progress

CLASS SIZE

REGULAR ATTENDERS

INDIVIDUAL STUDENT PROGRESS

Median class size.

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

Year-to-year progress in English language arts and mathematics.

Increase from previous year

Student Enrollment

Increase from previous year

2

DEMOGRAPHICS American Indian/Alaska Native Students

2%

Teachers

0%

21

2%

86%

Asian Students

<1%

Teachers

0%

Black/African American Students

1%

Teachers

0%

Hispanic/Latino Students

7%

Teachers

0%

Students

2% 0%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Students

1%

Teachers

0%

Oregon average

25

80%

Academic Success ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

MATHEMATICS

SCIENCE

Students meeting state grade-level expectations.

Students meeting state grade-level expectations.

Students meeting state grade-level expectations.

Multiracial Teachers

Oregon average

Decrease from previous year

Increase from previous year

8%

3%

58%

Coming in 2019-20

51%

White Students

87%

Teachers

100%

5%

5

Ever English Learners

Languages Spoken

12% 84% 34% Students with Disabilities

Required Vaccinations

Free/ Reduced Price Lunch

*<10 students or data unavailable

School Website: www.sisters.k12.or.us

Oregon average

Oregon average

49%

46%

School Goals

State Goals

Safe & Welcoming Environment

Sisters Elementary School has three goals that align with the school district. 1. Every student will be on track for their grade level · We have systems for identifying and supporting our lowest 20% of our students to achieve growth 2. We will support student mental health · We are focusing on Socio Emotional Learning and support systems for all students 3. We will provide options for our students · In connection with our community partners we are providing multiple options for our students including art, music, PE, science club, garden club and Chinese.

The Oregon Department of Education is partnering with school districts and local communities to ensure a 90% ontime, four year graduation rate by 2025. 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.

Our school strives to ensure all students and their parents feel welcome to our school. We have routines and procedures in place that encourage parents to be a part of the educational process for their students while still maintaining a safe and secure building. We have bilingual staff in our office and building who collaborate to support our Spanish speaking families. Socio Emotional Learning (SEL) is a priority and we provide daily instruction and reinforcement in helping our students learn to be accepting and welcoming to all.

For more information please visit: www.oregon.gov/ode/reports-and-data/


OREGON AT-A-GLANCE SCHOOL PROFILE CONTINUED Sisters Elementary School

2018-19

PRINCIPAL: Becky Stoughton | GRADES: K-4 | 611 E Cascade, Sisters 97759 | 541-549-8981

Our Staff (rounded FTE)

17 Teachers

3

Outcomes REGULAR ATTENDERS

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS <10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

Asian <10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

Black/African American <10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

94%

Hispanic/Latino Multiracial <10 students or data unavailable Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander <10 students or data unavailable

Educational assistants

86%

White Free/Reduced Price Lunch

81%

Counselors

11% Average teacher turnover rate

79% % of licensed teachers with more than 3 years of experience

No

Same principal in the last 3 years

27%

27%

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

62% 48%

85%

Ever English Learner

1

MATHEMATICS

American Indian/Alaska Native <10 students or data unavailable

53% 39%

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

71%

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

Migrant <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

Students with Disabilities

Talented and Gifted <10 students or data unavailable Female

88%

Male

85%

Non-Binary <10 students or data unavailable

58% 58% <10 students or data unavailable

42% 59% <10 students or data unavailable

About Our School BULLYING, HARASSMENT, AND SAFETY POLICIES

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

PARENT ENGAGEMENT

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

To ensure a safe and secure learning environment for all students, our school implements a PBIS plan and a safety plan. Our administration, counselor, teachers and school staff work with parents and students on a case-by-case basis to address conflict between students and to provide counseling and instruction in positive peer relationships. Our counselor and teachers provide regular, systematic Socio Emotional Learning (SEL) instruction that includes the topics of bullying and harassment. Students who display positive character traits are recognized for their efforts. Our safety plan is reviewed and updated annually and students and staff participate regularly in safety drills. Staff collaborates with our School Resource Officer as needs arise.

It is the goal of Sisters Elementary School to develop each child to their fullest potential. To accomplish this we provide every student with the opportunity to explore multiple disciplines that help them discover and understand their unique interests and abilities. We partner with community organizations to provide activities such as art, Chinese, after school strings, garden club and science club in addition to regularly offered music, physical education and Socio Emotional Learning (SEL).

We value our parents as collaborators and partners. We have an active SPTC (Sisters Parent Teacher Community) that hosts a variety of well attended curriculum nights throughout the year to engage families with the school. Additionally they sponsor three service projects offering our students ways to give back to their community. Twice a year our students showcase their art to our community as a part of our Studio 2 School Grant. This year we also engaged several families in our Latino Family Literacy afternoons and are seeking other ways to expand on our success.

Sisters Elementary School is fortunate to have a community that partners with their schools. We have collaborated with Sisters Folk Festival to implement a five year Studio 2 School grant to bring enriched arts education into our schools. We have an art teacher, artists in residence, and expanded music offerings as a result of this partnership. We also work with the Roundhouse Foundation, The Science Club, Seed to Table, and Sisters Educational Foundation to provide enhanced educational opportunities. Our students engage in three service learning projects throughout the year- a Halloween Candy drive for Operation Gratitude, a sock drive for our FAN program, and a PB&J drive collecting food for our local food bank sponsored by the Kiwanis.

Data are suppressed to protect confidential student information.

For more information please visit: www.oregon.gov/ode/reports-and-data/


OREGON AT-A-GLANCE SCHOOL PROFILE Sisters Middle School

2018-19

PRINCIPAL: Marshall Jackson | GRADES: 5-8 | 15200 McKenzie Hwy, Sisters 97759 | 541-549-2099

Students We Serve

School Environment

323

Academic Progress

CLASS SIZE

REGULAR ATTENDERS

INDIVIDUAL STUDENT PROGRESS

Median class size.

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

Year-to-year progress in English language arts and mathematics.

Decrease from previous year

Student Enrollment

Increase from previous year

1

DEMOGRAPHICS American Indian/Alaska Native Students

1%

Teachers

0%

21

3%

86%

Asian Students

1%

Teachers

0%

Black/African American Students

<1%

Teachers

0%

Hispanic/Latino Students

13%

Teachers

0%

Students

1% 0%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Students

1%

Teachers

0%

Oregon average

25

80%

Academic Success ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

MATHEMATICS

SCIENCE

Students meeting state grade-level expectations.

Students meeting state grade-level expectations.

Students meeting state grade-level expectations.

Multiracial Teachers

Oregon average

Increase from previous year

Decrease from previous year

1%

9%

69%

Coming in 2019-20

41%

White Students

83%

Teachers

100%

5%

3

Ever English Learners

Languages Spoken

9% Students with Disabilities

89% 22% Required Vaccinations

Free/ Reduced Price Lunch

*<10 students or data unavailable

School Website: www.sisters.k12.or.us

Oregon average

Oregon average

54%

39%

School Goals

State Goals

Safe & Welcoming Environment

Sisters Middle School goals are focused on holistic wellness, intervention and enrichment offerings, and school-community relationships. During the 2019-2020 school year 100% of our students will have weekly SEL lessons and preventative care guidance lessons, will participate in a PIE (Proactive Interventions & Enrichment) period in their area of need or strength, and will participate in service learning projects.

The Oregon Department of Education is partnering with school districts and local communities to ensure a 90% ontime, four year graduation rate by 2025. 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.

Students’ sense of security comes through well executed safety plans and the scaffolding of supports put in place for open communication and student wellness. Students, parents and families are welcomed in a variety of ways at Sisters Middle School. Positive relationship building starts at the beginning of the day when students and families are greeted as they enter the door. Parents are communicated with by phone, email, online learning platforms and in-person. The teachers communicate regularly with families and the principal sends monthly newsletters and coffee chats.

For more information please visit: www.oregon.gov/ode/reports-and-data/


OREGON AT-A-GLANCE SCHOOL PROFILE CONTINUED Sisters Middle School

2018-19

PRINCIPAL: Marshall Jackson | GRADES: 5-8 | 15200 McKenzie Hwy, Sisters 97759 | 541-549-2099

Our Staff (rounded FTE)

15 Teachers

2

Outcomes REGULAR ATTENDERS

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

Asian <10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

Black/African American <10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

Multiracial <10 students or data unavailable Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander <10 students or data unavailable

Average teacher turnover rate

89% % of licensed teachers with more than 3 years of experience

No

Same principal in the last 3 years

Students with Disabilities

63%

72% 80% 78%

23%

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

85%

White

Ever English Learner

15%

88%

Hispanic/Latino

Free/Reduced Price Lunch

Counselors

MATHEMATICS

American Indian/Alaska Native <10 students or data unavailable

Educational assistants

1

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

71%

44%

53%

8%

53%

7%

<10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

60%

Migrant <10 students or data unavailable Talented and Gifted

93%

Female

87%

Male

85%

Non-Binary <10 students or data unavailable

<5% >95%

73% 65% <10 students or data unavailable

>95% 41% 40% <10 students or data unavailable

About Our School BULLYING, HARASSMENT, AND SAFETY POLICIES

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

PARENT ENGAGEMENT

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Our school has honed in on school safety by renovating the school to better ensure student safety within and around our school. Safety plan protocols and practices at SMS go above and beyond the required regulations. Our student handbook outlines the policies, procedures, and behavior matrices necessary to ensure the rights and safety of all students. Sisters Middle School enacts a PBIS plan school-wide. We also provides class sections such as Thrive and PIE which encompass academic and socialemotional supports. Further we have counseling services that are integrated to compliment all of the above.

Sisters Middle School offers a variety of opportunities for students to explore areas of interest to aide in providing a wellrounded, cultured education. Sports programming, strings, OSU SMILE Club, homework support, SOLE, ECOS, Leadership, Battle of the Books, Science Club, Outdoor School and Chess Club are just some of our extracurricular offerings.

Sisters Middle School strives to involve all parents in their child’s learning. Our parents volunteer in a myriad of ways to support all developmental areas during and after the school day. Our school provides many showcases, open houses and enrichment nights to foster home-school connections and parent learning.

Community engagement is the essence of Sisters School District. High leverage collaborations between the middle school and community have been in places for many years. Organizations such as the Sisters Folk Festival, Sisters Science Club, Seed to Table, Roundhouse Foundation, and Sisters Educational Foundation amongst others have partnered with our schools to enrich the offerings and experiences our school provides.

Data are suppressed to protect confidential student information.

For more information please visit: www.oregon.gov/ode/reports-and-data/


OREGON AT-A-GLANCE SCHOOL PROFILE Sisters High School

2018-19

PRINCIPAL: Joe Hosang | GRADES: 9-12 | 1700 W McKinney Butte Rd, Sisters 97759 | 541-549-4045

Students We Serve

School Environment

463

Academic Progress

CLASS SIZE

REGULAR ATTENDERS

ON-TRACK TO GRADUATE

Median size of classes in core subjects.

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

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

Increase from previous year

Student Enrollment

Decrease from previous year

Increase from previous year

2%

1%

3

DEMOGRAPHICS American Indian/Alaska Native Students

2%

Teachers

0%

22

76%

90%

Asian Students

2%

Teachers

0%

Black/African American Students

<1%

Teachers

0%

Hispanic/Latino Students

6%

Teachers

0%

Multiracial Students

4%

Teachers

0%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Students

1%

Teachers

0%

Oregon average

Oregon average

Oregon average

25

80%

85%

Academic Success ON-TIME GRADUATION

FIVE-YEAR COMPLETION

COLLEGE GOING

Students earning a diploma within four years. Cohort includes students who were first-time ninth graders in 2014-15. Increase from previous year

Students earning a high school diploma or GED within five years.

Students enrolling in a two or four year college within one year of completing high school, as reported by the National Student Clearinghouse.

Increase from previous year

Increase from previous year

7%

7%

2%

89%

94%

72%

White Students

84%

Teachers

100%

<5%

4

Ever English Learners

Languages Spoken

12% 93% 18% Students with Disabilities

Required Vaccinations

Free/ Reduced Price Lunch

*<10 students or data unavailable

School Website: www.sisters.k12.or.us

Oregon average

Oregon average

Oregon average

79%

85%

62%

School Goals

State Goals

Safe & Welcoming Environment

Sisters High School is determined to ensure all seniors will attain and demonstrate the necessary competencies that allow students to graduate and broadly prepare them to transition into college and the workplace. We will accomplish this by improving our attendance, implementing bi-weekly grade level teacher meetings, ensure all teachers improve their use of writing, inquiry, collaboration, organization and reading strategies.

The Oregon Department of Education is partnering with school districts and local communities to ensure a 90% ontime, four year graduation rate by 2025. 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.

Our mission is to provide a caring community built on strong relationships, that sets and achieves high standards where learning is positive and engaging for all. Everything we do is built on relationships and building a community where we take care of each other in school and out of school.

For more information please visit: www.oregon.gov/ode/reports-and-data/


OREGON AT-A-GLANCE SCHOOL PROFILE CONTINUED Sisters High School

2018-19

PRINCIPAL: Joe Hosang | GRADES: 9-12 | 1700 W McKinney Butte Rd, Sisters 97759 | 541-549-4045

Our Staff (rounded FTE)

22 Teachers

6

Outcomes REGULAR ATTENDERS

ON-TRACK TO GRADUATE

American Indian/Alaska Native <10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

100%

Asian <10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

100%

Black/African American <10 students or data unavailable

<10 students or data unavailable

100%

<10 students or data unavailable

88%

<10 students or data unavailable

100%

91%

Hispanic/Latino

82%

Multiracial

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander <10 students or data unavailable

Educational assistants

White Free/Reduced Price Lunch

<10 students or data unavailable

Counselors

Students with Disabilities

90%

66%

8%

Average teacher turnover rate

88% % of licensed teachers with more than 3 years of experience

80% Data not available

71%

92%

64% 100%

<10 students or data unavailable

89%

Talented and Gifted

Male

89%

88% <10 students or data unavailable

Migrant <10 students or data unavailable

Female

<10 students or data unavailable

76%

Ever English Learner <10 students or data unavailable

2

ON-TIME GRADUATION

100%

<10 students or data unavailable

80%

95%

73%

Non-Binary <10 students or data unavailable

90%

84% Coming in 2019-20

89% Coming in 2019-20

About Our School ADVANCED COURSEWORK

CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

PARENT & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Our school offers various AP courses. Highlights Include: Biology, US History, Art, Chinese, Calculus, English Literature

Sisters High School has three amazing CTE Programs of Study, Culinary Arts, Health Services and Engineering Technologies with a learning area of Industrial and Engineering Systems. We are also developing our Flight Science program to become a full program of study as defined by Oregon Department of Education

We offer a wide range of co-curricular activities that foster the development of lifelong values of teamwork, leadership, dedication, sportsmanship, goal setting, maintaining composure, poise, developing a strong work, balancing busy schedules, and living a healthy lifestyle, which will ultimately assist our students in becoming contributing members of the community. Beyond wins and losses, the primary goal of our co-curricular activities is to build character.

Our community is very close and supportive of the students and instructional staff. We have many strong community partnerships that catapult our programs. Our educational community strives to ensure that every student is known, and taught, as an individual in order to enhance the learning environment. We are a community that embraces and values science and the arts. Our community and our partnerships are instrumental in the success of our programs: Americana, outdoor experiential education flight science, the luthier program, engineering, culinary arts, EMT/Health careers, and so many more.

We also offer dual-enrollment courses through two community colleges. Highlights include: Math 111 & 112, Writing 121, Health Occupations, Engineering and Design

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Same principal in the last 3 years

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For more information please visit: www.oregon.gov/ode/reports-and-data/


DEMOGRAPHHICS


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR CENTRAL OREGON

2020 CENTRAL OREGON ECONOMIC PROFILE 705 SW BONNETT WAY SUITE 1000 BEND, OR 97702 541.388.3236

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

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, the hottest small metropolitan market 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 three years in a row – a feat no other location has ever received. Central Oregon is pulling extraordinary talent and capital, fostering a diverse and highly entrepreneurial business ecosystem. Lured by natural scenic beauty and big city amenities (world-class health care, education, dining) without big city costs or hassle, people are learning that having a true work-life balance is possible. Employees are happier; companies are more innovative and capital-efficient. All in a region dominated by small to mid-sized firms that compete globally – and win. Page 2 - Economic Development for Central Oregon


CENTRAL OREGON OVERVIEW Regional Population:

240,280

Regional Labor Force:

117,050

Bend-Redmond MSA GDP Per Capita:

$46,903

(2019 estimates from Portland State University)

(Seasonally adjusted total for Q1 2019 from Oregon Employment Department)

(2017 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 six national carriers flying 52+ segments daily to 10 international airports. The best part? Travel through the Redmond airport is a breeze. edcoinfo.com - Page 3


POPULATION

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

“Net migration is one

In-migration has been the dominating factor in the region’s

of Oregon’s competitive

growth with approximately 7,000 new residents moving to the

advantages as we have

area from all over the country every year. At the same time, the region’s ability to attract young families has resulted in strong

historically been able

birth rates.

to attract new residents

POPULATION CHANGES FOR CENTRAL OREGON

Area Oregon

Percent Change 2010 - 2018

Net Migration % 2010 - 2018

9.5%

75.8%

Counties Deschutes County

19.8%

90.4%

Jefferson County

8.5%

64%

Crook County

8.3%

119%

Source: Population Research Center, PSU, April 2019. (April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2018)

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to the state, expanding the labor force.” Damon Runberg Regional Economist, State of Oregon Employment Department


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NEW RESIDENTS, NEW IDEAS & NEW ENERGY

#6 FASTEST

POPULATION GROWTH IN THE U.S.

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. four of the last five years. While our population grows, so does our workforce. We’re cultivating a community that has consciously decided to

- U.S. CENSUS, 2018

live here and work towards making our region an even better place to live.

POPULATION TOTALS FOR CENTRAL OREGON Area Oregon Crook County Deschutes County Bend La Pine Redmond Sisters Unincorporated Jefferson County Tri-County Total

2000 3,421,399 19,184 115,367 52,029 Not incorporated

13,481 959 48,898 19,009 153,560

2010 3,837,300 21,020 157,905 76,740 1,660 26,225 2,040 51,240 21,750 200,675

2015 4,013,845 21,085 170,740 81,310 1,670 27,050 2,280 53,151 22,445 214,270

2017 4,141,000 22,105 182,930 86,765 1,730 28,265 2,540 63,630 23,190 228,225

2018 4,195,300 22,710 188,980 89,505 1,840 29,190 2,725 65,720 23,560 235,250

% Growth 2010-2018

9.3% 8.0% 19.7% 16.6% 10.8% 11.3% 33.6% 28.3% 8.3% 17.2%

Source: Population Research Center, PSU. 1990 and 2000 Census numbers are for April 1 of that year; 2013-2018 data are for July 1 of that year.

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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.

MOVE Business Cost Comparison Oregon offers more incentive programs to traded-sector businesses (companies that sell products or services outside the area) than Washington and California combined. 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.

OR

CA

WA

Avg. Electricity Rate (¢/kWh)

6.91¢

11.23¢

5.24¢

Avg. Natural Gas Rate ($/kcf)

$5.02

$8.64

$6.31

State & Local Sales Tax Rate

None

8.5%

9.2%

State Business Tax Climate Index

#7

#49

#20

Sources: Tax Foundation 2019, US Energy Information Association (Natural Gas) Feb. 2019, US Energy Information Association (Electricity) Mar. 2019

“We fell in love with everything the area has to offer and EDCO gave us the guidance needed to prove our case that Central Oregon is a great place to do business.” - Jeff Cummingham – GM/VP of Global Sales, Aquaglide

Case Study: Last year Aquaglide, one of the world’s premier inflatable water sport product companies, was in the process of being acquired by outdoor industry powerhouse Kent Watersports through Connelly Skis, one of Kent’s iconic brands. EDCO worked with Aquaglide providing location options, cost comparisons and more, to show Kent Watersports the many benefits of relocating Aquaglide to Bend. After months of back and forth discussions, Kent Watersports was convinced that the move was a financially responsible decision and great for their employees. One year later Aquaglide now operates its headquarters from Central Oregon, with a team of 10 which were hired locally. For Aquaglide, the lifestyle and ability to attract the top level talent that Central Oregon provides was the defining factor in relocating to Bend. Page 6 - Economic Development for Central Oregon


RELOCATE & EXPAND

Get connected to our growing industry clusters that include: Breweries, Bio, Recreation, Technology, Building Products, Automotive, Aerospace, and Advanced Manufacturing.

Our tools to help your company include: linking with the local supply chain, finding talent, incentives, business finance, and more.

WHY CENTRAL OREGON? When compared against its neighbors to the north and south, Oregon’s overall business costs rank significantly lower. Average electricity rates, natural gas rates, state & local sales tax rates, and business tax climates in particular are significantly lower than the national average. For a relocating business, Central Oregon has a reputation for welcoming new companies without sacrificing workforce,

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

talent, quality healthcare, transportation, or infrastructure. EDCO’s resources and connections can help your business make the right 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.

“Organizations like EDCO are critical for business creation and development in any community. That said, the wicked smart and driven people that Roger Lee has assembled at EDCO are the best. The team listens to its customers (and community) and pushes hard for big results. Their monthly PubTalk meetups or the Bend Venture Conference (BVC) are two examples of some of the best programs I’ve seen in Oregon. Without EDCO and its incredible team the entrepreneur community in Central Oregon would be greatly disadvantaged. For me, EDCO has provided the platform and resources to move from a big city, start my business and grow into a global leader in our market. Thank you EDCO for all you do!” - Justin Johnson, Founder and CEO – LeadMethod

Case Study: In 2013 LeadMethod Founder & CEO Justin Johnson moved from Seattle to Bend. Unsure how to immerse himself in the business community, he reached out to EDCO for resources that allowed him to connect with many local leaders, influencers and mentors. One local resource he connected with was the Bend Venture Conference, and in 2017 LeadMethod walked away from the annual angel investing event with over $485,000 in funding. The winners of the largest Angel Conference in the West kicked their growth into high gear. The money raised from BVC allowed LeadMethod to increase their staff by 50% and move into a new 5,000 square foot office space, giving them both the manpower and room to scale the business while also adding the ability to test new and innovative ideas. LeadMethod, creator of the first channel revenue optimization software, allows manufacturers and distributors to get more information on the leads provided throughout the entire sales cycle. With 25% of their customers surpassing $1 billion in revenue, they continue to gain industry trust worldwide while expanding their footprint in Bend. Page 8 - Economic Development for Central Oregon


ENTREPRENEURIAL SUPPORT

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 2018, Bend entrepreneurs registered one new business for every 26 residents, the most registrations per capita of any medium or large city in the state. 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 (mentors) and the largest Angel Conference in the West, the Bend Venture Conference.

METROPOLITAN AREAS WHERE FIRST FINANCINGS ARE RISING Area

National Rank

% Change (Annualized) 2013-2017

National Rank

% Change (Annualized) 2009-2014

Des Moines-West Des Moines, IA

1

7.7%

No Rank

0.0%

Lexington-Fayette, KY

1

7.7%

23

7.5%

Boulder, CO

3

5.4%

No Rank

0.0%

Bend-Redmond, OR

4

5.3%

3

31.6%

Columbus, OH

5

4.7%

18

12.3%

Source: Startupsusa.org, April 2018. (April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2017) While the general trend shows that the total amount of startup funding is down across the country, this is not the case in Central Oregon, according to the Center for American Entrepreneurship. Deschutes County placed #4 among all U.S. metros for growth in first financings of startups from 2013-14 to 2016-17 and #3 in the preceding period. edcoinfo.com - Page 9


GROW

We partner with local traded-sector companies to help them grow and expand, offering them the very same incentives and assistance as relocation projects.

“EDCO was an instrumental part in bringing Laird Superfood to Sisters. From connecting us with key employee hires, finding available land to build our new facility, helping us secure forgivable loans with the city and county, leading us through tax incentives, EDCO went above and beyond the call of duty in support of our business. This was the determining factor in building our business in Central Oregon.” -Paul Hodge, CEO, Laird Superfood

Case Study: In November 2015 Laird Superfood started its operations with just three employees in Sisters, Oregon. Their flagship product, Laird Superfood creamer was making waves across the natural products market thanks in-part to the company’s namesake and co-founder, Laird Hamilton. The company creates clean, all natural superfood products that are sustainably grown and responsibly sourced, including coffee creamers and hydration products. Today, the company has over 80 employees and a brand new 20,000+ sq. ft. state-of-the-art campus. A recent investment from global co-working giant WeWork (now The We Company) gave the company the capital needed to continue their expansion with innovative growth plans. What started as an idea would not have been possible in Sisters without help from EDCO. Laird Superfood CEO Paul Hodge had recently moved to the Sisters community and wasn’t convinced manufacturing a globally distributed product would be possible in a city with just 2,700 residents. EDCO quickly aligned city and county leadership, state government and local support to give Laird Superfood the resources needed to launch. From incentives to land selection, workforce and development assistance, EDCO worked closely with the company, providing the necessary help for them to achieve a successful start with roots firmly planted in Sisters.

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WORKFORCE

#2 FASTEST JOB GROWTH IN THE U.S. - BLS, 2017

MANUFACTURING EMPLOYMENT GROWTH (2010-2016) U.S.

7.2%

Oregon

19%

Deschutes County

57%

Redmond

81%

Source: State of Oregon Employment Department, 2019

Private sector employment growth in the region was 26% higher than Oregon’s average over the last 10 years, and is projected to grow by 18% - Business Oregon’s Regional Competitive Industry Analysis, 2016 through 2024.

Workforce Development Internships provide students with real work experience 200 Successful Interships Placed Since Launch Four years in the making, Youth CareerConnect is a collaborative regional effort connecting high school and college students with employers for internships that benefit both. Four organizations lead local programs with dedicated staff including Chambers of Commerce in Bend, Madras and Prineville, as well as EDCO in Redmond and Sisters. With significant financial and organizational support from non-profits Better Together and East Cascades Works, 120 businesses signed up to host interns with 257 students competing for the positions during the 2018-19 school year. Stories of how both young adults and local employers are being transformed in the process are truly inspirational. To get involved, visit: youthcareerconnect.org.

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DELIVERING WHAT IS EXPECTED

DESCHUTES COUNTY

#1

COUNTY RECEIVING MOST INVESTMENT IN OREGON

“Bend 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 Bend succeed.” Scott Allan GM, Hydro Flask

-SMARTASSET, 2019

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

INCOMING INVESTMENT BY COUNTY IN OREGON New Building Federal GDP Growth Permits Funding (millions) (per 1,000 homes) (per capita)

Incoming Investment Index

Rank

County

Business Growth

1

Deschutes

11.1%

$1,181

26.5

$333

63.28

2

Multnomah

6.1%

$4,816

15.0

$898

48.53

3

Washington

5.9%

$2,728

14.8

$404

46.22

4

Clackamas

5.1%

$2,081

15.0

$646

45.23

9

Crook

3.7%

$90

10.5

$389

36.95

16

Jefferson

3.1%

$66

5.7

$198

30.57

Oregon Totals

1.7%

$613

6.9

$342

Source: SmartAsset, 2019

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TRANSPORTATION Average Commute Times

AIR

32.8 min

30.9 min

30 min

27.5 min

26.1 min

25.3 min

20 min

15.3 min

10 min

Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM; www.flyrdm.com) provides commercial air service with 26 daily round-trip flights to Denver, Los Angeles, Mesa, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Chicago, Las Vegas, and Seattle via six carriers (Alaska, Allegiant, American, Delta, Sun Country Airlines, and United).

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21 minutes each way, saving the average worker over one work week per year! Source: Census.gov 2019

Travel Time & Distance by Car BEND, OR

RAIL

PORTLAND, OR

153 miles 3 hours, 13 minutes

OLYMPIA, WA

269 miles 4 hours, 55 minutes

Burlington Northern-Santa Fe (BNSF), Union Pacific (UPRR) and the City of Prineville Railway (COPR) provide

SEATTLE, WA

328 miles 5 hours, 45 minutes

173 miles 3 hours, 22 minutes

BOISE, ID

317 miles 5 hours, 19 minutes

SAN FRANCISCO, CA

direct connections for shipping to any market in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

MEDFORD, OR

491 miles 7 hours, 54 minutes

LOS ANGELES, CA

821 miles 12 hours, 39 minutes

Travel Time By Air REDMOND, OR

FREIGHT

PORTLAND, OR

RDM

40 min

SEATTLE, WA SALT LAKE CITY, UT

1 hour

1 hour, 30 minutes

LAS VEGAS, NV

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).

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 1 hour, 40 minutes

1 hour, 43 minutes

DENVER, CO

LOS ANGELES, CA 2 hour, 10 minutes

2 hours, 15 minutes

CHICAGO, IL

PHOENIX & MESA, AZ 2 hour, 25 minutes

3 hours, 40 minutes

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SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE

UTILITIES Because most of our region has been built new in the past two decades, our telecommunications infrastructure is one of the Northwest’s most technologically advanced, meeting business and telecommuting requirements for capacity, redundancy and reliability.

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 2018, the Bend-La Pine school district’s average SAT scores surpassed the national average by over 100 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 Top quality healthcare is one of Central Oregon’s crown jewels. St. Charles Health System is the largest healthcare provider in the region, and is also the largest employer with over 4,400 employees across the tri-county area. A network of more than 100 clinics and specialty practices further support the community.

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Rank 2019 2018

TOP EMPLOYERS CENTRAL OREGON RANKED IN THE NATION FOR GDP GROWTH AT

#1

8.1%

- Bureau of Economic Analysis, 2016

2018 Central Oregon Industry Composition Trade, Transportation, & Utilities

18%

Education & Health Services

16% 15%

Leisure & Hospitality

13%

Total All Government Professional & Business Services

11% 8%

Manufacturing

7%

Construction Financial Activities

4%

Other Services

4%

Information

2%

Natural Resources & Mining

2%

2019 Central Oregon Largest 50 Private Employers

Source: State of Oregon Employment Department, 2019

According to the Oregon Employment Department, 78% of Oregon establishments have nine or fewer employees and the average private establishment employs 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 more than 22,000 Central Oregonians, or roughly 22.5% of the region’s current total employment.

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

1 3 4 2 6 5 7 NL 10 8 9 11 12 15 16 18 37 19 13 14 20 NL 17 22 23 25 27 T-28 26 32 33 36 32 T-38 31 43 41 T-38 30 40 T-49 42 45 46 48 47 51 T-49 44 NL

Employees 2019

2018

St. Charles Health System regional 4,447 4,183 1,138 986 Bright Wood Corporation Les Schwab regional 1,080 926 Sunriver Resort 1,000 1,100 975 840 Mt. Bachelor 853 878 Safeway regional 667 628 Fred Meyer regional -609 Rosendin Electric 587 538 Summit Medical Group 536 615 McDonald’s regional IBEX 480 540 PCC Schlosser 465 450 400 440 Consumer Cellular 385 361 Lonza, formerly Bend Research 375 360 Black Butte Ranch 350 339 Costco 350 201 Facebook 341 303 Mosaic Medical Opportunity Foundation 335 381 JELD-WEN Windows and Doors 315 375 300 300 Eagle Crest, Aimbridge Hospitality 300 150 Pronghorn Resort 296 340 Deschutes Brewery 280 280 BendBroadband/TDS Telecom 280 275 Brasada Ranch G5 278 258 274 252 The Center (Ortho/Neuro) 270 250 Contact Industries 251 254 Bi-Mart regional Epic Air 250 230 243 223 PacificSource 235 210 Keith Manufacturing Co. 220 220 Riverhouse on the Deschutes Tetherow 220 200 216 236 10 Barrel Brewing Co. 210 182 Medline ReNewal 203 191 First Interstate Bank Athletic Club of Bend 200 200 199 237 Navis Touchmark at Mt. Bachelor Village 196 196 190 150 Target 186 190 Neighbor Impact regional Indian Head Casino 180 180 174 174 J Bar J Youth Services 170 157 High Lakes Health Care regional Sunriver Owners Association 165 162 Rebound Physical Therapy regional 157 144 Sunriver Brewing Company regional 155 150 Ray’s Food Place regional 150 181 142 121 Western Heavy Haul & SMAF

NL = Not Listed T = Tied

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FOUNDATIONS OF CENTRAL OREGON’S ECONOMY

BREW (Craft Brewing, Distilling and Fermentation) •

Central Oregon is home to breweries, both big and small, with Deschutes Brewery topping the list, brewing over 339,000 barrels in 2017

33 breweries, 4 cideries and 10 distilleries in the region

Bend has more breweries per capita than Portland, Oregon!

With nearly 77,000 visitors a week and 4.5 million visitors a year, it’s safe to say this is a region that really knows (and loves) its craft beer - Brewers Association, 2017, Oregon Brewers Guild, 2017, Forbes, 2016

#1 BEST CRAFT

#2 LARGEST HOP

-MATADOR NETWORK, 2016

-OREGON BREWERS GUILD, 2017

BEER TOWNS IN AMERICA

GROWING STATE

#3

BREWERIES PER CAPITA IN THE U.S. -C&R RESEARCH, 2019

BIO (Pharmacuetical, Research and Manufacturing, Medical Devices, and Bioscience Software) Producing everything from titanium implants to cutting edge research in new drug treatments, our bioscience industry has been experiencing double-digit year-over-year employment growth for the past several years. Quietly, Central Oregon’s bioscience industry has grown to more than 30 companies employing 3,000 people. The region’s lifestyle has proven capable of attracting world-class technical and science talent that purposely moves here and stays.

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FOUNDATIONS OF CENTRAL OREGON’S ECONOMY

REC (Outdoor Gear & Apparel) •

The region is home to a diverse array of outdoor product companies, with some of the best-known names in the industry calling Central Oregon home

100+ outdoor industry product companies

Home to the Oregon Outdoor Alliance (OOA) and Oregon’s Office of Outdoor recreation, both of which are dedicated to connecting & cultivating Oregon’s outdoor industry

The country’s first dedicated startup accelerator for the outdoor industry, Bend Outdoor Worx, is located in Bend

The country’s only four-year degree for outdoor product development at OSU-Cascades

Home to Bend Outdoor Worx BreakOut, the only early-stage funding event in the U.S. focused solely on outdoor product companies

BEST

MULTI-SPORT TOWN IN THE U.S. - OUTSIDE MAGAZINE, 2017

TECH (Software, Electronics, IT & Data Centers, and Renewable/Alternative Energy) •

Including software companies, electronics manufacturers, alternative/energy services, and data centers, the region has over 130 tech companies employing nearly 2,000 people

Five dozen software companies call the region home (with most headquartered here)

“Bend hosts a growing tech sector, which should see the gains from the development of local talent through Oregon State University-Cascades.” - The Milken Institute 2017 Best Small Cities

“Bend ranked #16 among U.S. metro areas for high-tech startup density.” - The Kauffman Foundation

#2

NUMBER OF HIGHTECH INDUSTRIES -MILKEN INSTITUTE, 2017

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FOUNDATIONS OF CENTRAL OREGON’S ECONOMY

Aviation/Aerospace (Aircraft and related components) 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 design on paper to flight – several in scaled production. Along with these aircraft, many suppliers of specialized equipment have followed. Our region’s “special sauce” in the industry? Composite (carbon fiber) fabrication and innovation that make our OEM’s and supply chain companies unique on a national and even global scale. But it’s not all just manufacturing. We have some of the most successful flight training programs in the country with both fixed-wing and helicopter flight schools serving the global industry.

Building Products (Windows, Doors, Moldings & Specialty Products) For much of the region’s economic history, wood products manufacturing was the dominant industry employing Central Oregonians and forming the foundation for other business activity. While we’ve diversified dramatically over the past three decades, the manufacturing of products used in residential and commercial construction still plays a very important role for the region’s economy. Competing on a global scale, businesses in this industry have innovated and automated their way to becoming leaders in their respective sub-industries. The region, like Oregon in general, is salted with many specialty wood products companies including cabinet manufacturing, custom furniture and even our own cluster of musical instrument businesses.

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FOUNDATIONS OF CENTRAL OREGON’S ECONOMY

Automotive Make no mistake, we’re not the next Detroit of auto manufacturing. We are, however, home to a number of innovative companies in the automotive sector. Les Schwab Tire Centers, with its headquarters in Bend and several million square feet of distribution in Prineville, is just one example. Founded in Central Oregon in 1950, Les Schwab has grown to one of the largest independent tire retailers in the U.S. Meanwhile, German-based Daimler is growing its presence in the U.S. with a state-of-the art truck proving grounds in Madras. A host of small but successful specialty automotive companies call the region home, making everything from race car fuel tanks and push rods to performance components for trucks, motorcycles and propulsion systems.

Advanced Manufacturing Somewhat of a catch-all for a number of established and emerging companies in a widely diverse set of sectors, the region has dozens of manufacturers that are leaders among their peers. Specialties include metal fabrication, precision machining, Swiss machining, industrial coatings, 3-D metal printing, materials conveying systems and technology, and clean room design and manufacturing.

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LIFESTYLE Central Oregon is blessed with a rare mix of city amenities and restful isolation. It offers the slower speed of a small town with a medical community and infrastructure not normally seen in a region of its size. Additionally, Central Oregon residents maintain a work/life balance that is difficult to achieve elsewhere.

#1 SMALL CITIES

BEST

PLACES TO LIVE ON

$55,000

FOR BUSINESS AND CAREERS

#1

BEST PERFORMING SMALL CITY THREE YEARS IN A ROW! -MILKEN INSTITUTE, 2016, 2017 & 2018

-FORBES, 2016

#8 BEST

-SMARTASSET, 2017

#14 WORLD’S BEST

BEST

MULTI-SPORT TOWN

PLACES TO LIVE IN THE U.S.

SKI TOWNS

-NEW YORK POST, 2016

-NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, 2017

-OUTDOOR MAGAZINE, 2017

30 Golf Courses

Miles and miles of trails

Thriving Arts & Culture Scene

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33 Breweries & counting

300 Days of Sunshine


ABOUT EDCO EDCO Platinum Members

Founded in 1981, EDCO is a non-profit corporation supported by private and public members and stakeholders. Our mission is to create a 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. EDCO’S RESULTS

Fiscal Year 2018 - 2019 2017 - 2018 2016 - 2017 2015 - 2016 2014 - 2015 2013 - 2014 Totals

Companies

Jobs (New & Retained)

New Capital Investment

23 28 44 36 35 30 196

240 240 776 266 594 590 2,706

$58.4 million $192.6 million $600.5 million $24.2 million $102.6 million $210.9 million $1.189 billion

EDCO’S Funding Sources

Additional information available at EDCOINFO.COM

40%

Public Contracts

33%

Private Members

Other

• Upcoming networking events, luncheons, conferences, and more • EDCO Info Hub: current comprehensive data for Central Oregon • Stable of Experts: a network of seasoned professionals with a passion for start-ups and small businesses

24%

Earned Revenue

AmeriTitle BendTel Cascade Natural Gas Central Electric Cooperative, Inc. Central Oregon Community College City of Bend City of La Pine City of Madras / Jefferson County City of Prineville / Crook County City of Redmond City of Sisters Combined Communications Deschutes County First Interstate Bank Mid Oregon Credit Union OSU-Cascades Pacific Power River Bend Capital Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt SGA CPA’s & Consultants St. Charles Health Systems U.S. Bank

• Success stories from regional businesses

3%

• Business news on EDCO’s blog

EDCO Contact Information Regional Office (Bend)

Redmond

Prineville/Crook County

Sisters

Sunriver/La Pine

CEO: Roger Lee

Sr. Director: Jon Stark

Director: Kelsey Lucas

Director: Caprielle Lewis

16345 Sixth Street

705 SW Bonnett Way,

411 SW 9th Street,

510 SE Lynn Blvd.

520 E Cascade Street

La Pine, OR 97739

Ste. #1000

Ste. #203

Prineville, OR 97754

Sisters, OR 97759

541.536.1432

Bend, OR 97702

Redmond, OR 97756

541.233.2015

541.977.5683

541.388.3236

541.923.5223

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