Working With the Port

Contractors, Consultants & Vendors

The Port of Woodland relies on the services of qualified contractors and vendors from a variety of industries to maintain and upgrade its facilities.

Small Works Roster

To be eligible to work on Port of Woodland small public works projects, complete the following forms:

  • Small Works Roster Application – join our shared small works/consultant roster database
  • Intent to Pay Prevailing Wage followed by Affidavit
  • Insurance Certification
  • IRS W-9 form: Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification
  • New rules per January 1, 2020 regarding affidavits must be followed by all contractors. These are now opened and completed online. To begin work for the Port of Woodland, all contractors must complete their portion and provide certified payroll to close the affidavit. For questions regarding Intent, Affidavit and Certified Payroll, please contact L&I.

Where to Send Completed Documents

  • Submit documents online when possible; or
  • Mail to Port of Woodland, 1608 Guild Road, Woodland, WA 98674

Additional information about Prevailing Wage and Affidavit Forms is available from the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. For registration questions, contact us.

The Port of Woodland advertises all public works projects within its newspaper of record, the Daily News. As desired, the Port will also advertise within The Columbian and The Reflector for any bid requests, public works, surplus of materials and announcements. The Port has elected to maintain its own Small Works Roster. The Port may solicit companies as an invite to submit documentation for the roster to meet Port work needs.

The Port of Woodland looks forward to working with you!

Job Openings

Port of Woodland does not currently have employment job openings.

Doing Business at the Port

The Port works with many different entities and organizations to encourage economic growth in the district. Due to properties in both the urban City of Woodland and in rural Cowlitz County, the Port works with both entities to coordinate permitting requirements. The Port partners with Cowlitz Economic Development Council with incentive programs, providing assistance to potential and established businesses. Below are links to the Port’s partners.

Who does business with the Port?

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The Port of Woodland has many businesses that lease or own property from the Port, including: