The Port of Woodland is accepting bids for haying maintenance for two separate pieces of Port land. Bids are due January 3, 2018. Bids will be opened and announced on January 4, 2018 at the Port of Woodland Commission meeting at 3 PM. Please submit sealed bid with pertinent information attached here Sites 1 and [...]
The Department of Natural Resources Board met to discuss and decide the sale of 153.3 acres of property referred to as the "Kuhnis Road" property.
The Port has released its 2018 Preliminary Budget. A public hearing is scheduled for the September 21 Regular Commission Meeting.
The Port Commission has opened the advertisement of proposals for the Dark Fiber Feasibility Study and Market Analysis.
The Capital Community Development Project (CCDP) will open November 1, 2017 for Spring 2018 allocations.
Port Access Passes are now available at the Woodland Visitor's Center located at 900 Goerig.
The Port of Woodland is accepting applications for on-call positions for Maintenance II and for Front Office Relief. Applications will be accepted on-going and are available online or at the Port office. Submit Employment Application Maintenance II On Call and Employment Application Office Relief On Call in person, email or by mail to the Port. Job description [...]
The Port of Woodland is working in partnership with the City of Woodland and private land owners for the infrastructure improvements for services needed for new developments. The City as the lead agency has committed $100,000 to the feasibility study and market analysis for the industrially zoned 426 acres of private property. http://tdn.com/news/local/officials-eye-woodland-bottoms-for-future-industrial-parks/article_a116ea4e-3dce-5c90-97c3-efde2b9e7289.html [...]
The Port of Woodland has received a clean auditor from the State Auditors Office beginning January 2014 through December 2016. The report can be viewed at http://portal.sao.wa.gov/ Clean Audit 2014 2016
The Port of Woodland Commission has developed a new program called the Capital Community Development Project (CCDP), a funding mechanism to work with local community members to improve the Port District.