The Port of Woodland has two properties along the Columbia River that allow public access for recreational use. Signs located at each property of Martin Bar and Austin Point indicate vehicle access areas, pedestrian access areas and areas with no public access.
During holiday periods of Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Veterans Day as well as New Years at Austin Point will be further limited to provide safety for those accessing the area- vehicle access is limited and barricades and gates will be erected to limit vehicles accessing the area.
Map of public access areas
For those holding a current Port Pass from June 7, 2017-June 6, 2019– you will be receiving a reimbursement check for the Port Pass as required by WA State RCW, the Port is required to reimburse each of these passes. In some cases, these reimbursements are a few if not a single cent. We understand that this may be frustrating to Port Pass holders, but was required. Those reimbursements should be out beginning of July and sent to the address per your Port Pass. Those that are returned, will be held at the Port office for pick up.
The Port of Woodland strives to be a partner to business and community development. The Port has developed a new project, Capital Community Development Project (CCDP) to support the Port’s mission to support the economic growth and recreational opportunities of a diverse array of businesses, industries and services that enhance the District. The Port Commission has allocated $20,000 for 2019 CCDP. Applications will be available August 5 and will be due by September 2 at 12 PM. The application process has been revised. Please use updated application form. Commissioners will review applications and invite those applicants to present only if they have met their qualifications and requirements. Applicants are encouraged to review their projects/programs with the Executive Director prior to submitting their application. CCDP Final 2019 Revised Fall
LeLooska Foundation Building $5,533.70; VFW Local Post 1927 HVAC system upgrade $5,000; Meadowood Homeowners Association- Playground Equipment $2,500; City of Woodland- Playground area improvements $5,632; Love Street Playhouse- outdoor and access improvements $3,108.61; Woodland Grange- AED Equipment $1,215.
Woodland Historical Museum HVAC system upgrades $2,500; Woodland Middle School Lego Robotics $7,200; Rotary Foundation of Woodland PA Equipment $1,000; Woodland High School Lego Robotics $1,500; Friends of the Woodland Library/ Fort Vancouver Regional Library – Transportation Study for New Library $3,000; LoveStreet Playhouse Building Improvements $800.