Business Information

When police or fire personnel respond to a call, they sometimes need to speak to responsible parties for area businesses. Examples of such incidents include a break in or other problem at a business, smoke seen coming from a building, etc. To assist with contacting the appropriate personnel, YCOM maintains a database of information on individual businesses in our service area so that we are able to pass relevant information onto responders when there is an incident. To be included in this database, please visit the link below, enter your information in the form, and submit.

Business Information online form

Request for Public Records

All records requests are done so through the Yamhill County District Attorney’s Office.

Note:  Requests that may require significant staff time will be evaluated and a possible fee estimate prepared.  In such instances, YCOM will give notice of the fee estimate prior to completing.

Request for Public Records

Know How to Use the Phone You Own

9-1-1 May be the most important number you ever dial.  Before you need help in an emergency, be sure to understand how the type of phone you use affects your call to 9-1-1.  Print out our Resource Sheet


Get notified about emergencies and other important community news by signing up for Yamhill County’s Emergency Alert Program.   They provide critical information in a variety of situations, such as severe weather, unexpected road closures, missing persons and evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods.

Whether at home, on your mobile or business phones, by email or text message – You pick where, you pick how.

Local County Twitter Feeds

Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office

McMinnville City Police

Yamhill County Emergency Management