Snake River Economic Development Alliance
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Snake River Economic Development Alliance is a non-profit, investor-supported, public-private organization dedicated to diversifying the regional economy by attracting new investment and jobs. We do this by recruiting new business and by assisting local businesses with their expansion efforts.. We work closely with the local economic development professionals and volunteers, as well as the chambers of commerce in each community.
Our services are free of charge and we have an incredible team of utility, business, and city, county and state officials that collaborate their efforts to assist businesses. Let us help you Connect the Dots!
Snake River Economic Development Alliance encompasses the counties of Payette and Washington in Idaho and Malheur County in Oregon. The business opportunities are diverse with a mix of well-established manufacturers, an expanding high technology sector, world-class outdoor recreational opportunities, and some of the nation’s most livable communities.
Targeted industries include agri-business and food processing, renewable alternative energy, warehousing and distribution, outdoor recreation manufacturing, and internet based technology.
Robert Spendlove, Economic and Public Policy Officer, Zions Bank, will be the keynote speaker at the 2016 Western Treasure Valley Breakfast, March 18, 2016 - Open to the public! See flyer for more details.
SREDA Board of Directors
March 2 2016
7 am - 8 am
all meetings are open to the public.
City of Ontario is named OREGON'S 11th BEST COMMUTER City!
By OBRELLA INSIDER
Fruitland Ranks High in 2014 For Strong Economic Performancetland
City of Weiser is ranked
Idaho's #1 Safest City!
Western Treasure Valley Economic Breakfast!
March 18, 2016 7 am - 8:30 am
Four Rivers Cultural Center, Ontario, Oregon
Sponsored in Part by Idaho Power, Zions Bank, Energy Trust of Oregon, Truckstop.com, Columbia Bank, Weiser Memorial Hospital, DL Evans Bank, Saint Alphonsus Medical, Farmers Mutual Telephone Co., Weiser Classic Candy, TVCC Foundation, Argus Observer, Four Rivers Cultural Center, Ontario Area Chamber and SREDA