KCEDA Tackling Housing Shortage in Klamath County

February 21, 2024

This article was published by the Herald and News on February 20th, 2024Written By: Zak KeeneyAs economic momentum continues to move forward, the Klamath County Economic Development Association is poised to tackle a major barrier to growth in the region — attainable housing.Able to lay claim to Oregon’s Economic Development Association’s Award of Excellence in […]

Klamath Community College, County High Schools Show Off Healthcare-Related Programs in Meet Your Future Employees Tour

February 19, 2024

This article was published by the Herald and News on February 19th, 2024Written By: Zak Keeney The schools in Klamath County were able to show off their healthcare-related programs Wednesday, Feb. 14, during the Meet Your Future Employees Tour.Chaperoned by the Southern Oregon Education Service District (SOESD), the Meet Your Future Employees Tour is coined […]

Daily Bagel Takes on New Ownership and Expands Catering Business 

November 9, 2023

Inspired by the iconic downtown location and the company’s history, entrepreneur, Jon Passmore, has recently taken over The Daily Bagel. As part of the ongoing changes to the operation, Passmore and his team have recently expanded their catering business to better serve the breakfast and lunch needs of larger groups in the area, preparing packages […]

KCEDA & Local Investors Receive Prestigious Award for KRF Housing Fund

October 26, 2023

Klamath Falls, OR (October 26, 2023) – Earlier this month, the Klamath County Economic Development Association (KCEDA) received the prestigious “2023 Outstanding Collaborative Partnership Award” on behalf of the Klamath Revitalization Fund (KRF). This award was presented by the Oregon Economic Development Association (OEDA), providing state-wide recognition to the local organization for their role in […]

KCEDA Member Highlight: Greenway Containers

February 7, 2023

For this month’s member highlight, we take a look at GreenWay Sustainable Containers. GreenWay is dedicated to helping consumers and businesses make the transition into a world where renewable, ethically-made and cost-effective packaging is commonplace. The company places great emphasis on considering sustainability in every step of their process, from sourcing to production, to packaging […]

Common Block Brewing Company to Expand into Former Creamery Building

January 31, 2023

Klamath Falls, OR (February 1st, 2023) – Today, the Klamath County Economic Development Association (KCEDA) publicly announced that Common Block Brewing Company will be expanding into Klamath Falls this year, taking over the former Creamery building for their new location. According to KCEDA, the development will soon begin renovations, with the goal to be fully […]

Klamath Falls Toyota Named No. 1 Lithia Dealership

January 30, 2023

This article was in Saturday’s (January 28, 2023) Herald and NewsWritten By: Zak Keeney The Klamath Falls Lithia Toyota dealership was given some big news this week. On Tuesday, Jan. 24, the store was notified it is the No. 1 Lithia auto dealership in the country. Of Lithia’s 282 locations spread across 27 states, Klamath Falls Lithia Toyota […]

Klamath County Property Transfer Makes Way for Mental Health Care Expansion

January 28, 2023

This article was published in Klamath Alerts on January 27th, 2023The Klamath County Board of Commissioners has formally transferred ownership of three lots on Washburn Way to Klamath Basin Behavioral Health (KBBH). The property transfer supports KBBH’s plans to construct a 16 bed mental health Residential Treatment Facility and 4-bed Crisis Receiving Center.Commissioner Minty believes the infrastructure […]

Klamath County ARPA Grant Fund Allocation Committee Recommendation

January 20, 2023

From a press release provided by the Klamath County Commissioners OfficeThe American Rescue Plan Act funding, known as Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery funds consists of $350 billion distributed to state, local territorial and tribal governments nationwide.  State, local and tribal governments across America have been under an unprecedented strain in the wake of […]

Klamath is Booming (Oregon Office of Economic Analysis)

January 11, 2023

Klamath is BoomingWritten By: Josh Lehner, State Economist On Monday I was fortunate enough to be able to take part in Klamath County Economic Development Association’s Economic Summit. Once again this year I was able to tag-team the economic discussion with Damon Runberg, formerly of the Employment Department and now with Business Oregon. As I was putting […]

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