Sisters, the ultimate live-work space
f you're looking for a great place to grow your business, you've come to the right place. (Click here to check out our relocation packet!) It's a vibrant community filled with people committed to raising healthy families. Sisters has one of the best-performing school districts in the state. We're a town with the necessary ingredients to grow your business, but we haven't lost our home town feel. Sisters is a quietly emerging economic center for small and mid-sized companies in a broad range of business sectors.
Sisters, Oregon is best known for the 1.6 million acres of national forest, 200 lakes, 10,000 foot Cascade Mountain peaks and 500 miles of clear, fast-running trout streams that grace our Central Oregon surroundings.
See for yourself, and do it now. Contact us at the Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce and schedule a visit. Sisters won't be one of the West's best-kept secrets for long. Click here for the Sisters Country relocation packet.
Stats and Facts - Sisters, Oregon at a Glance
Location/Transportation Sisters sits at the juncture of Highways 20, 242 and 126, key cross-Cascades route to Eugene, Salem and Portland. Sisters is also proximate to US Highway 97, a north-south artery from Canada to Northern California, and a preferred trucking route.
|Bend, Oregon||-- 18 miles|
|Redmond, Oregon||-- 15 miles|
|Portland, Oregon||-- 173 miles|
|Salem, Oregon||-- 103 miles|
|Eugene, Oregon||-- 110 miles|
|Seattle, Washington||-- 328 miles|
|San Francisco, California||-- 513 miles|
Commerce Sisters boasts seven different economic sectors including Retail, Tourism, Arts & Culture, Natural Resources & Agribusiness, Light Manufacturing & Industrial, Real Estate & Development and Entrepreneurial. Each of these sectors is well represented and provides the Sisters Country with a well-balanced economic base.