Oregon has the #2 overall business tax environment in the U.S. (Ernst & Young, 2011); Oregon ranks in the top 10 for overall business climate (Business Facilities, 2009).
Douglas County has very low industrial land costs ($50,000-$75,000 per acre)–with credits available for job creation when purchasing County-owned land– and NO County-wide System Development Charges or impact fees. Please explore our site for more information on the business environment and cost advantages of Douglas County.
The Partnership actively assists businesses:
- establish new markets
- improve efficiency
- tackle permitting and regulatory challenges
- find new sites
- resolve workforce challenges
- make use of incentives
- integrate into our community.
Our Founding Partners are:
|City of Roseburg|
| CCD Business Development Corp
|Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce
|The Partnership also works closely with:|
| Umpqua Community College-Workforce Training
|Umpqua Training & Employment
The Partnership’s primary focus is retention and recruitment of businesses that sell products or services beyond the local trade area. However, we recognize that the overall health of the local economy depends on many different factors. We support the many organizations that promote the economic health of Douglas County.
|Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Umpqua Community College
| Umpqua Business and Data Center
| NeighborWorks Umpqua
| YES! Young Entrepreur Society of Umpqua
Douglas County is not only a great area to do business, but also a tremendous place to have fun. For information on local amenities in the “Land of Umpqua,” here are a few places to start:
For information about the membership of The Partnership vist the About Us page. The following organizations are our Founding Partners, Sustaining Sponsors, and Vision Sponsors: