On October 3, the Port Commission entered into a contingency agreement with Columbia Precast, a local Woodland company. To read more about this job creating opportunity, please read Columbia Precast Announcement.
The Port Commission dedicated $100,000 over the next two years to address transportation issues. Port letter to City of Woodland Transportation Planning
The Port of Woodland Commission approved the 2020 preliminary budget providing a two-cent reduction in port taxes from last year’s budget in balance with nearly $8 million in capital projects planned for the upcoming year. “Given our new business model, we have more tools like selling non-income producing property that will meet several goals of [...]
The Port of Woodland wishes to clarify information that was released pertaining to the Woodland Bottoms Pheasant Release Site. At this point, the Port does not own any of the properties that Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) uses for the pheasant release site, although two of the four properties are currently subject to [...]
The Port of Woodland Commission approved moving forward on studying mitigation, wetland restoration, environmental conditions and developing public access at Austin Point beginning this fall. Earlier this summer, the Commission limited the access to the Point due to several factors. A long-standing agreement between the Port and multiple agencies for the welfare of the Point’s [...]
The Port Commission has set their 2020 budget calendar and hearing dates. The Port commission will review and workshop the budget on September 10 at 8:30 AM and have also held September 12 at 8:30 AM in case they require additional time. The public is encouraged to review the preliminary budget and provide input to [...]
Austin Point DNR Ruling For questions about the ruling or the property, please contact Executive Director Wray-Keene.
The Port of Woodland was awarded $628,500 for the first phase of construction for Howard Way extension and Guild Road Improvements as part of the Guild I and II Industrial Park construction. The Port is appreciative to the CERB board for their continued support of the Port's projects and investment in economic development in Woodland. [...]
If you have been out at Austin Point, you may have noticed the bowl created on the north end of the property beginning to fill. This is dredge material that the Port receives as part of the maintenance and on-going operations of the Columbia River Navigation Channel. The USACE evaluates the needs of the Columbia [...]
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.