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Frequently Asked Questions

Who Should I Contact?

Prospective clients should call or send an email to Kenny Houck in order to set up an appointment to see the kitchen.
Phone: 541-956-7400
Email: [email protected]
Kerby Belt Building
24353 Redwood Highway
Kerby, OR 97531

What do I need to start using the cookspace?

  • Completed and approved ECC application
  • Appropriate legal business documents (We can help with this)
  • Current Oregon Food Handlers Card
  • Copy of you insurance policy listing Rogue Community College as additional insured
  • Appropriate permits related to your food product preparation (we can help with this)
  • Signed RCC Facility User Agreement

How Do I Reserve Kitchen Time?

Kitchen time is reserved on a first come first served basis unless other arrangements are made in advance.  Contact the ECC at 541-956-7400 or via email at [email protected].

Who Cleans?

All renters are responsible for cleaning all work stations (equipment too) as part of their kitchen use.  We will supply all the necessary cleaning supplies to make clean up a breeze.

What does it cost?

Our basic rates start at just $10 per hour and decline as client usage increases.  Please refer to the Costs page on this website.

What if I need help with items such as nutritional labeling, UPC codes and packaging?

We have significant experience helping existing and prospective food entrepreneurs understand the challenges of launching a successful food business.  We collaborate with a large variety of local and national resources in order to provide you with all the information and direction you may need.  We are here to help!

What if I simply am not sure where to begin?

You have come to right place.  We are here to help you turn your business dream into a reality. It all starts with the first step of engaging with us.


Contact Us

Illinois Valley Business Entrepreneurial Center
RCC – Kerby Belt Building
24353 Redwood Highway
Kerby, OR 97531-9722
[email protected]

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