McMinnville

C and D Landscape Company

  • Landscaping & Lawn Care
16800 NE McDougall Road
Dayton, OR 97114
(503) 864-3551
(503) 864-4428 (fax)
Hours:
7:30am-5:00pm Monday-Friday

About Us

C and D Landscape Company has had the honor of serving the residents of Yamhill County for the past 4 decades. Many local residents recognize our hallmark Oregon White Oak and Christian fish “Ichthys” read more
  • About

    C and D Landscape Company has had the honor of serving the residents of Yamhill County for the past 4 decades. Many local residents recognize our hallmark Oregon White Oak and Christian fish “Ichthys” logo, we want everyone to know where we’ve come from, and where we are headed!

    While the original “C” and “D”, Cal and Debbie Kearns, have taken a step back from their involvement in operations, their heart, drive, and dedication to the local community live on within their three sons, that continue the C and D legacy.

    Josh, Isaac and Caleb serve this community in their own unique ways through church and community outreach. They also serve C and D Landscape Company in different and valuable aspects. Josh oversees all commercial and residential landscape design, construction, and installation. Isaac manages company operations, and also landscape maintenance, enhancements, and Christmas Décor. Caleb is at the helm of a new facet of the company, handling General Contracting for residential and commercial construction head on, from the ground up.

    At C and D Landscape Company, we are always striving to provide relevant and effective services to our clients. We’ve recently partnered with the largest lawn care franchise, Weed Man USA, to provide quality, innovative lawn care services to the residents of Yamhill and Washington Counties. This exciting endeavor launched in January 2018!

    If you are looking for a well-established, family owned company for these services, give us a call. C and D Landscape Company will bring heart, integrity, and excellence to your project!

  • Directions

    Conveniently located at the intersection of 99-W and HWY 18