UCP was formed in 2001 with the help of then Mayor Martin Burgraff at the request of the Halfway City Council as a 501C3 nonprofit community
In 2015 the board updated the vision and mission.
VISION: United Community Partners is dedicated to the success of Pine Valley and the Baker County Panhandle as home to vibrant communities informed by our rural heritage, nurtured by our natural wonders, guided by shared principles and sustained by the creative energy of people leading healthy, productive, rewarding lives.
MISSION: United Community Partners facilitates access to organizational assistance for citizen-led initiatives which stimulate economic activity, foster goodwill and fellowship, and enhance Pine Valley and Panhandle communities as rural places to live and work.
United Community Partners is community development 501c3 organization in Baker County, Oregon serving the Pine-Eagle Community.
Everyone in the community is encouraged to participate at our meetings which occur the first Monday of the month at 1:30pm at the Presbyterian Hall – Fellowship Annex.
A segment of each meeting after the minutes and treasure’s report is always reserved for any community member to participate, introduce a project or idea or help coordinate efforts in Pine Valley. Call Kat Davis if you would like to be put on the agenda.