Communities We Serve

Communities We Serve:

In Lincoln City, Oregon, these rock formation found along the beach remind me of an Asian painting with it's stunted, wind shaped tree growing out of them.

Lincoln City – Lincoln City is located on the scenic Oregon Coast at the 45th parallel.  Lincoln City enjoys a mild climate which makes it a popular tourist destination. Daytime temperatures in the winter are in the high 40’s, with lows typically remaining above freezing. Summer highs are 60-70 degrees on the beaches, increasing to 80-90 degrees or more just a few miles inland. Annual precipitation averages 76.3 inches, with most rainfall occurring during the winter months. Consistent winds enjoyed at the beaches makes Lincoln City one of the best places in the world to fly a kite. Surfing and kite-boarding conditions are also world-class.

Depoe Bay – Depoe Bay is a city located on U.S. Route 101 on the Pacific Ocean.  It’s harbor is the “world’s smallest navigable harbor.”  It is also known as the Whale Watching Capital of Oregon.  There are many different varieties of whales and porpoises that make their homes in the area. The gray whale is the most common species, but visitors can catch sight of some of the others from shore as well. If you take a boat trip, you will have a better chance to wider variety of sea life.  Best times to see the gray whales are from December to February and again from March to May.

The bay bridge

Newport – Newport is located on Oregon’s central coast. Visitors and locals alike enjoy numerous year round outdoor activities (beach combing, agate hunting, hiking, biking, whale watching, etc.), entertaining attractions (the Coast Aquarium, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, Hatfield Marine Science Center, etc.), restaurants and unique shopping opportunities (Bay Front and Nye Beach areas).

Waldport – Waldport is a coastal town along the beautiful Alsea Bay. Waldport has sandy, unspoiled beaches, wooded hiking trails, and a diversity of wildlife.

Toledo – Toledo is located about seven miles inland from Newport along the scenic Yaquina River.  It is far enough away from the Pacific Ocean, that it is often sunnier and warmer than other towns when winter storms up the Coast. It’s also a hidden gem of art and history, with galleries and museums.

Philomath – Philomath is a city in Benton County, Oregon, United States. It was named for Philomath College.

Corvallis – Corvallis is a city and the county seat of Benton County in central western Oregon, United States.  And, whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or a foodie, have an artistic bent or love fairs and festivals, there’s something happening year-round.

Salem – Salem is the capital of the U.S. state of Oregon, and the county seat of Marion County. It is located in the center of the Willamette Valley alongside the Willamette River, which runs north through the city. The river forms the boundary between Marion and Polk counties.

Silverton – Silverton is nestled between Salem and the Cascade Mountains.  It has evolved over time from a farming community to a tourism hub for a variety of local attractions such as Silver Creek Falls.

Independence – Independence, located 17 miles from the State capital, 1 hour from the coast and 1 hour from Portland, is a friendly, rural community with a rich sense of place.  Independence’s lively downtown is located along the beautiful Willamette River and offers antiquing, dining and entertainment opportunities.

Dallas – Dallas is a city in Polk County, Oregon.  It is is along Rickreall Creek, about 15 miles west of Salem.

McMinnville – Whether you’re walking through the historic downtown or drinking some of the world’s best Pinot noir grown and fermented at a vineyard just down the road, you’re sure to experience the warmth and friendliness in McMinnville.