McMinnville, Oregon

Establish your business here.

We have what you need.

Prosper in our community

Businesses who start here prosper. There's an unexpected level of collaboration within the community--private business and government--as well as a common purpose to maintain the enviable lifestyle we all enjoy.

Away from the crowds and stress of bigger cities, McMinnville offers deep resources for everything from start up business loans to workforce training to best practices in lean manufacturing. If you're looking for place to establish and grow your business, look closer at McMinnville. 

Properties

Commercial and industrial sites and land

Licenses

No business licenses are required

Planning

We'll help you plan: SBDC, Xpress, home-based businesses

Financing

Local and state financing options available

Zoning

Connect with the planning department

Demographics

Demographics and data about McMinnville

Renewal

Learn about McMinnville's Urban Renewal District

Community

Amenities, government, health, housing and more

Employees

Find the right people to staff your new business

Need more info? Give us a call at 503.550.8504 

Starting a business?

There are so many areas to address when starting a business. The right location, business loans for a start up company, utilities and internet connections, finding good people, complying with local regulations. We're here to answer those questions for you.

One-on-One Advice

The Chemeketa Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in Salem (just 30 minutes from McMinnville) offers one-on-one confidential business advising, at no charge, along with classes, workshops and programs. They provide empowerment, education and expertise to help you run a stronger and more profitable business. The MERIT program, also at the Chemeketa SBDC, is designed to help micro-enterprises with 5 or fewer employees.

Small Business Development Center
Marcia Bagnall, Director
Chemeketa Center for Business & Industry
626 High St. NE, Salem, OR 97301
marcia.bagnall@chemeketa.edu
503.399.5088

MERIT (MicroEnterprise Resources Initiatives Training)
Forrest Peck, Executive Director
forrest.peck@chemeketa.edu
Phone 503-316-3233

Click here to register your business in Oregon 

"The MEDP team did a great job coordinating the permitting process for the buyers of the Lafayette Place land and commercial building. I am happy to report a new construction project is underway."

- Jeffrey R. Brooks, SIOR, Vice President of KIDDER MATTHEWS

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