Curry County Economic Development


Economic Development

94235 Moore Street, Suite 122
Gold Beach, OR 97444
(541) 247-3253

Cape Blanco Country Music Festival

Cape Blanco

Country Music Festival

August 1 - 3, 2014    

August 1 - 3, 2014

Sixes, Oregon

New Fiber Optic Loop

The completed fiber optic network is the final segment of an 87-mile route from Grants Pass, Ore. to Crescent City, Calif. consisting of a 720GB circuit with capacity to service thousands of people across multiple cities. It brings high-speed Internet, phone and high definition (HD) television service to numerous households and businesses, makes advanced telemedicine possible and creates opportunities for businesses such as call centers with heavy data applications. It also completes a redundant, fiber optic loop connecting southern Oregon and northern California, establishing a more reliable connection.

Three Dimensional Timberlands, LLC.

Profile: Three Dimensional Timberlands LLC – Sustainable Biomass Pyrolysis Using Forestry Waste:  A new start-up biomass pyrolysis company is building its first pilot plant on the forested coast of southwest Oregon in the United States. Three Dimensional Timberlands (3DT) is purchasing a former timber mill site where they will construct a three-ton-per-hour fast pyrolysis unit. Access to appropriate feedstocks is one reason for the Oregon location. The fast pyrolysis used by 3DT produces significant quantities of biochar along with bio-oil. The plant should be up and running in nine months, and after proving the feasibility of the technology in operational mode, the group has immediate plans for two additional plants in Oregon with long term plans for expansion both within the US and globally.


reHome Oregon

reHome Oregon your mobile or manufactured home

The State of Oregon “ … a team of public, private, and civic partners to produce a viable funding package for homeowners who want to replace their substandard manufactured homes  with energy efficient, safer, and more valuable manufactured homes. 
Picture-- John A. Kitzhaber, M.D. Governor


Chinese Delegation Visits Curry County

The Curry County Board of Commissioners met with County Officials and businessmen from Yanqing County and Fuyuan County, China to discuss enhancing trade and export opportunities for local food producers.  Commissioner Smith has been working with Robert McKenzie, a cranberry grower and processor from North County and had requested the meeting.  Commissioner Smith brought forward the key issue; the phytosanitary certification, as well other trade barriers that affect our local agriculture business economy.  Commissioner Brown has been working with Curry Local Foods and Foodshed Programs in Curry County, and representatives were present.  Commissioner Itzen, a former Lilly grower, is currently working with the Oregon Department of Agriculture in cooperation with Mr. McKenzie to provide solutions to trade barriers and provide a catalyst for economic growth for our county’s agricultural producers.