Port of Camas-Washougal

Industrial Parks and Commercial Real Estate

Available Commercial Property in Camas and Washougal, WA

Want to start or grow your business at the Port?

For information on available port property for sale or lease, please contact David Ripp, Executive Director at (360) 835-2196 ×101 or via email.

Economic Development

The port is committed to enhancing the economic climate of the community it serves.

Industrial Park

Currently, it maintains and grows the local business community through development and maintenance of its 430-acre Industrial Park which plays a major role in bringing new and expanding companies to the area, averaging a 90+ percent occupancy rate, and providing the community with approximately 1000 jobs and an annual payroll of over $30 million.

Steigerwald Commerce Center

The Port has master planned the 125+ acres of land east of and adjacent to the existing Industrial Park, known as Steigerwald Commerce Center.  Master planning includes designing and laying out the necessary infrastructure of roads and utilities with the goal of attracting businesses and bringing jobs. Phase I (Lincoln Street) was completed in the spring of 2014, opening up 25+ pad ready acres.  The Port has already completed Building #15 and #17 and NW Adhesive has begun construction of their 30,000 square foot building on July 2016.  Phase II (Grant Street Extension) will begin construction August of 2016 and open up another 50+  pad ready acres for development.

Access, Infrastructure & Taxes

  • Trucking – Easy access to I-205 and   I-5
  • Air Transportation – Portland International Airport
  • Ocean   Transportation – Port of Vancouver
  • Rail Transportation – Burlington Northern Santa Fe Rail & Union Pacific
  • 125+ acres available for development
  • Port properties for   sale or lease
  • Port buildings for lease or “build to suit”
  • Industrial   Development Revenue Bonds available
  • Low natural gas and electrical   rates
  • High technology business incentives
  • Low real estate   taxes
  • Modest unemployment rates
  • NO personal or corporate income tax
  • NO city B&O tax

A Look To The Future

  • SR-14 improvements at 32nd, improving access to the Port’s industrial parks
  • Levee realignment, returning Steigerwald Refuge to natural flood stages and enhancing habitat


Information about Industrial Park projects can be found on our Projects page.