Wild West Art Show - In 1995, the Association added a world class western art show to the features offered during the days of celebration.
Foundation - In 1998, the St Paul Rodeo Foundation was formed: Its mission, "To enhance and enrich the community by supporting education, local history and western heritage through the Annual St. Paul Rodeo."
Board of Directors - In 2018, the organization's by-laws were changed again to increase the number of Board members to eleven.
Facilities Update - Also 2018, bucking chutes and the press box (over the chutes) were replaced and upgraded, and a home in the historic district located on St. Paul Rodeo property was converted to the official rodeo business office providing on-site work and meeting space for official rodeo business.
The St. Paul Rodeo remains a non-profit corporation with its main goal to produce the finest world class rodeo in the country. The Board of Directors continues to lead a troupe of over 420 members who volunteer time, effort, and expertise to produce one of the 20 largest rodeos in North America. In 1998, the purse at St. Paul was $190,000: In 2018, the total purse paid out was $360,982.
Community pride produces clean, well-kept, well-painted surroundings for the cowboys and our guests and patrons. The St. Paul Rodeo is highly respected in the world of rodeo. In 1991, the PRCA cowboys gave the St. Paul Rodeo a plaque proclaiming it the finest rodeo in the Northwest.
The St. Paul Rodeo will continue to bring a slice of the old West to the north Willamette Valley each 4th of July and to give those who attend a look at one of the nation's finest professional rodeos and some of the most exciting and colorful entertainment offered anywhere.