Coyote Business Park unveils new logo, website

MISSION – Coyote Business Park, owned by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR), has unveiled a redesigned logo and website as part of its rebranding efforts to promote the development opportunities of the business park.

“The updated logo and website provide some new energy for Coyote Business Park,” said Bill Tovey, Director of the Department of Economic Development. “The property has great potential and the more ways we can promote that, the better.”

The redesigned logo hones in on the central location Coyote Business Park has in the Pacific Northwest. Website visitors will notice improved functionality, with easy navigation and an interactive map showing the availability and infrastructure.

By strengthening and modernizing this feature, the website becomes a stronger tool for highlighting this enterprise zone, Tovey said.
In addition, four signs located on Interstate 84 directly adjacent to Coyote Business Park will also be replaced.

Coyote Business Park is designated as an IRS-certified Opportunity Zone. Located seven miles east of Pendleton, Oregon with access to Interstate 84 at exit 216, Coyote Business Park offers more than 170 acres of commercial and industrial use potential with certified shovel-ready sites, unique tax incentives, and flexible lease terms. For information about shovel-ready sites and development opportunities at Coyote Business Park, visit