Expanding Accessible Spaces in Eastern Oregon Program

We invite you to participate in a low-cost program designed to help you broaden your customer base and improve access to your space! This program will equip you with tools to better welcome customers with disabilities, in addition to those who use strollers and walkers.

The program has 5 key components, all covered by the $15 program fee:

  1. In-person workshop
  2. Site Visit
  3. One-on-One Support
  4. BluePath Listing
  5. Group Learning Experience

Workshops dates will be announced soon. They will be offered in the following locations:

  • Enterprise
  • La Grande 
  • Baker City
  • Richland
  • Boardman
  • Pendleton

Visit the Expanding Accessible Spaces in Eastern Oregon webpage to learn more and sign up for the program waitlist.

A collaborative effort with Union County Chamber of Commerce, Northeast Oregon Economic Development District, Wallowa County Chamber of Commerce, Umatilla and Morrow Counties, Travel Baker, and Eastern Oregon Visitor’s Association.

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