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Pendleton Has
Strong Infrastructure

Pendleton Has
strong infrastructure


Centrally located Between major markets

Properties For Lease, rent, or sale

In Pendleton, businesses of all sizes can find properties that exceed their needs. One of our goals is to provide investors, site selectors, and business professionals with the best chance of success.


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Facts About Pendleton

  • Population of 16,841 (2021)

  • Median age of 36.9

  • Median household income of $61,632  

  • Median property value of $172,100

  • Employed population of 9,757

  • Fastest fiber and internet in Oregon

  • Level 3 communications has booster station located near airport for users of 2.4 Gigs+

  • Fiber Optic OC3 (available to all sites)

  • Wtechlink-redundant gigabit Internet connection to Portland

  • Annual high temperature of 63ºF

  • Annual low temperature of 41ºF

  • Average annual precip. of 12.66 in.

  • Average annual snowfall of 15 in.

  • Early Learning Center

  • Three Elementary Schools

  • 1 Junior High, 1 High School

  • Community College - 7,500 students

Site Selectors
Shovel Ready Plots

Business Professionals and site selectors

Business Professionals and site selectors

Pendleton has a long-standing reputation for providing support and success for businesses of all sizes. Combining our temperate climate and welcoming business environment, our location makes the city of Pendleton the perfect place to launch, expand, or relocate your business. Download our info-sheet to learn more about how Pendleton Has Reinvented Rural.

Generous Incentives and more

Various financial incentives are being offered, including enterprise zone tax abatements and reduced or waived permits and fees. These incentives are available to companies considering business expansion, relocation, or new business start-ups. Oregon Direct Business Incentives also offer a variety of incentive programs or abatements. The State of Oregon has no sales tax.

Standard Tax Zone Abatement

  • Qualified firms can obtain a 3-5 year, 100% property tax exemption and a waiver or reduction in the numerous permits and fees. Only new facilities and improvements not yet on the tax rolls are eligible for tax exemptions.  All projects must take place within the Pendleton Enterprise Zone boundary zone. In order to qualify, both the business and the property must be eligible.

State of Oregon Finance Programs

  • Oregon Business Development Fund

  • Oregon Capital Access Program

  • Oregon Credit Enhancement Fund

  • Oregon Industrial Development Bonds

  • Entrepreneurial Development Loan Fund

  • Business Retention Program

  • Brownfields Redevelopment Fund

  • Oregon New Market Tax Credit

Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy ("CPACE")

  • Qualified commercial properties can obtain long-term financing for certain qualified improvements pertaining to energy, water, renewable, and seismic improvements.

  • Learn More: CPACE Guidebook 

The State of Oregon may also offer financial assistance for employee training through Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton.

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Key Industries

Key Industries

Key Industries

The Round-Up isn't the only world-famous thing in Pendleton. You'll have to look long and hard to find a town of similar size that produces as many world-renowned products as we do. Pendleton has a competitive advantage in many key industries, including but not limited to:

  • Aviation and UAS

  • Manufacturing

  • Warehousing and Distribution

  • Tourism and Entertainment

  • Agriculture and Food Processing

  • High-Tech and Bio-Tech

  • Medical Testing

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Major Employers

Major Employers

Pendleton's Major Employers
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