Public Records

Below you will find annually submitted reports for transparency and public records associated with incentive programs used by Business Oregon to help businesses expand in Oregon, such as tax abatements and credits. Each listing includes a link to information on how the program works, links to the transparency reports, and links to relevant records, such as approved applications or company reports relating to the projects using the programs.

If there are other public records you would like to request, please contact us using our public records request form and we'll be happy to assist you.

Oregon Investment Advantage

Income tax exemption program helps businesses start or locate in many Oregon counties with a multi-year income tax holiday. How the program works.

Annually submitted reports to Oregon Transparency Web site

Additional materials

Oregon InC

The Oregon Innovation Council (Oregon InC) oversees implementation of the Oregon Innovation Plan. The plan makes investments each biennium into Signature Research Centers and unique initiatives that advance new or emerging technology-based industries where Oregon holds unique competitive advantages. Business Oregon reports the names of persons or companies that received grants or loans, the purpose and amount of the grant or loan. How the council works.

Annually submitted reports to Oregon Transparency Web site

Strategic Investment Program (SIP)

The Strategic Investment Program exempts a portion of very large capital investments from property taxes for 15 years. How the program works.

Annually submitted reports to Oregon Transparency Web site

Additional materials

Strategic Reserve Fund (SRF)

Project funding resulting in job creation/retention, industry research, or capacity building.

Aggie Bonds

This program provides eligible new farmers with tax-exempt financing for capital purchases. How the program works.

Annually submitted reports to Oregon Transparency Web site

Oregon New Market Tax Credits

(Oregon Low Income Community Jobs Initiative)
Helps finance investments and create jobs in low-income communities; only Community Development Entities receiving federal New Market Tax Credits are eligible. How the program works.

Annually submitted reports to Oregon Transparency Web site

Additional materials

This page last updated 10/10/2017.