Hello from Yamhill County, Oregon!
Nestled in the heart of the Willamette Valley and home to a collection of unique and vibrant communities, Yamhill County was founded on the basis of rich soils, abundant natural resources, and a strong pioneer spirit. This spirit endures today, with Yamhill County enjoying thriving agricultural and wine industries, as well as vibrant and growing manufacturing, a strong service sector, and an active citizenry.
What makes all of this possible?
Yamhill County, Oregon is a truly unique place that values collaboration, inclusiveness, entrepreneurship and innovation, integrity, stewardship, and commitment to our communities. When it all comes down to it, we are committed to the wellbeing of all. This is manifested in innumerable ways: through local companies offering good employment and giving back to the community; in our concern for the long term viability and sustainability of our businesses and towns; in the willingness of our cities to work together to address challenges like transportation and water; in the investments made in our future through the nurturing and training of the next generation. Yamhill County is embracing its deep and rich history of hard work and is rolling up its sleeves. We truly believe that this is how we do business, and what’s more, that this is how we do life.
Yamhill County City Contact information
Contact: Larry Layton, City Administrator
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Contact: Preston Polasek, City Administrator
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Contact: Jody Christensen, McMinnville Economic Development Partnership
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Contact: David Beam, Economic Development Planner
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Contact: Frank Sheridan, City Manager
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Contact: Sue Hollis, City Recorder
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Contact: Lori Gilmore, City Recorder
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