Port of Camas-Washougal

Finances

Port Districts as Municipal Corporations

Technically, port districts are “municipal corporations” of the state (RCW 53.04.060), but they differ from other municipal corporations (such as cities and counties) in that they are “special purpose districts,” rather than general purpose governments. Plus, Washington’s public ports differ from other special purpose districts (such as water and fire protection) in that they have broader powers.

Port Finance

Port activities and functions are financed in a variety of ways. These include lease-rental fees, other charges for services and the use of land and other facilities; property tax levies; proceeds from bonds sold for capital project construction; and grants and gifts.

Audit Documents

2009-2010 Financial Statement Audit (893kb)

2009-2010 Accountability Audit (218kb)

2011-2012 Accountability Audit

2011 Audited Financials

2012 Audited Financials

Community Report

2013 Community Report (1Mb)

2013 Documents

Citizens Budget Guide 2013

2013 Final Budget

2013 Budgeted Expenditures

2013 Budgeted Revenues

2013 Capital Projects

1st Qtr Highlights

1st Qtr Financials

1st Qtr Budget vs Actual

1st Qtr Overall Financials

1st Qtr - Marina

1st Qtr - IP Real Estate

1st Qtr - Airport

Q2 - 2013 Power Point

2nd Qtr 2013 Budget vs Actual

2nd Qtr 2013 Highlights

2nd Qtr 2013 Financials

3rd Qtr 2013 Financials

3rd Qtr 2013 Highlights

3rd Qtr 2013 Budget vs Actual

3rd Qtr 2013 Dashboards

2014 Documents

Citizens Budget Guide 2014(4Mb)

2014 Budgeted Capital Projects

2014 Budgeted Expenditures

2014 Budgeted Revenue

2014 Final Budget

Financial Document Archive

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