It's our nature to preserve. It's our nature to explore. It's our nature to soar. It's our nature to thrive.

Masks are no longer required at Port offices regardless of vaccination status

Hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8:00am – 4:30pm, and Wednesday from 9:00am – 4:30pm. We are closed daily from 12:00pm – 1:00pm for lunch.

Please contact us for more information   (360) 835-2196

Wheels & Wings

We are excited to announce the return of Wheels & Wings at Grove Field on August 27th from 11am-3pm.

Wheels & Wings is family friendly car and airplane show with no required fee or ticket for entry. Come check out some cool classic cars, trucks, airplanes, and enjoy a free hotdog!

Vehicle Registration Information

Contact us for more information  (360) 835-2196

Public Meeting Information

All Commission Meetings will be available to the public in-person and by video conference.  Please check the Commission Calendar for meeting dates, times and conference links.

Marina
Airport
Business & Real Estate
Parks & Trails

Waterfront Revitalization

Waterfront Revitalization

The Port’s goal in creating the Waterfront Vision and Master Plan was
to design for the future what could be a lively, walk-able place with
community gathering and character spaces, commercial, retail,
mixed use and residential uses.

Projects

Projects

Each year the Port Commission adopts a capital improvement budget that drives economic development, creates jobs, promotes commerce and provides recreational opportunities.

Featured Tenant

Featured Tenant

Panther RV Products has been a tenant in Steigerwald Commerce Center since 2015. This family-owned business strives to be a one-stop-shop for RV products for the do-it-yourselfer, RV repair shops, and campervan outfitters.  Their mission is to provide better-than-average service, expertise, troubleshooting and installation of these products, while, at the same time providing a good work environment for their employees.

Available Properties

Available Properties

Want to start or grow your business at the Port? For information on available Port property for sale or lease, please contact the Director of Business Development & Real Estate, (360) 835-2196 ext. 114, or send an email.

Our Business Communities

Currently, Port of Camas-Washougal maintains and grows the local business community through the development and maintenance of its 300-acre Industrial Park. This business district plays a major role in bringing new and expanding companies to the area, averaging a 100% occupancy rate, and providing the community with over 1,100 jobs and an average income of over $52,000.00.

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We have exciting news at The Port, we now have an EV ChargePoint level 2 station with two ports available! They are located between our Port office and The Black Pearl. Please only park there if you are utilizing the station.

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We have exciting news at The Port, we now have an EV ChargePoint level 2 station with two ports available! They are located between our Port office and The Black Pearl. Please only park there if you are utilizing the station.  #portcw #parkerslandingmarina #columbiariver #ournaturetoexplore #camaswashougalport #washougalcommunity #washougal #CamasCommunityImage attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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It would be more exciting if the waterfront wasn't developed so it could be enjoyed like it has been for years.

Most people moved to this area because they wanted to get away from the development and over growth. Camas and Washougal are being destroyed because leaders are money hungry.

Super handy! Things like this make it easier for us to bring travelers and outside economic tourism benefit to our community. It’s great to see WA cities bringing people (and jobs) to the waterfront while also restoring habitat like at Steigerweld rather than neglecting them and missing out on the opportunities they bring. (Like in Portland)

I’m very appreciative of the EV chargers.. thank you!

THIS IS RIGHT NEXT TO WHERE we have TO PARK 4 X / DAY (MON-FRI) to WAIT FOR THE SCHOOL BUS (FOR 5-30 MINUTES EACH TIME). This is because the City accidentally REMOVED the bus stop for all of A STREET (for the past 20+ years), and, they forgot to design one back in to the new road they put in! 🤦🏻‍♀️

That’s wonderful - congratulations! 🎉

So who is paying for these?Is this part of our property tax increases?

Jessica Henley, Josh Henley.

Cool 😎

Very nice!

Awesome 👍

You guys gonna charge fees like using the port to debark...

Finally! This is great.

I also dont really understand how it was decided to put an E Charger for cars at THIS location? We owned an electric car (Fiat 500 E Sport) for 3 years. Charging ⚡️ is NOT FAST unlike gas. ⛽️ ✅ Id like to support the Black Pearl BUT why not closer to multiple businesses, with broader hours, coffee, and cheaper sandwich type stuff? - What is there to do near this plug? They have to walk in the hot sun or rain to…..do, what? Well, the Black Pearl restaurant i guess, but is this really the best fit for those of us who are looking for a place hang out for cheap, get a quick coffee and snack and just hang 0ut and WAIT? I thought MOST people, who commute using electric cars, DO IT TO SAVE MONEY (we did, but maybe am i out in left field and most of us in the PNW ONLY do it out of purely love of environment, expenses not as important? I love environment too (have a degree in it) but has to make financial sence first as we are middle class with kids. Maybe there are just way more folks lot out there with a lot of money…but, i guess i just dont know a lot of people.

When will S A street have a bus stop again? Thanks to the Killian apartments and “riverfront COMMUNITY development”, our bus stop of over 20+ years was removed. So we no longer have any school bus transportation until the Port, City, and developer work together to find a workable, fair, and equitable solution that will also be made sure to be SAFE for kids of all ages to be able to use. As of now, one no longer exists. Its been almost 1 year, and it’s been a major burden to our family including financially. With 242 units to be finished, my concern is safe school bus transportation for Washougal families, period. We know of no plans to adress this problem. And i have had to take matters into my own hands, and attempt to build a place the bus can use, out of our own pocket, because we have been ignored - our concerns never adressed. City officials and various government entities make us feel they dont care - do whatver they do to maximize their own pockets and interests, while not caring about ours; the ones who live here, and we represent 5 families alone on this street. And we have had our own series of unforseen personal hardships to endure (including a masive 150 tall tree crashing down on our house/yard/and fensing, a major water loss issue uncovered by insurance, rental issues thanks to COVID, surging property taxes thanks to this “project” as well as outrageous sewer/water bills esp on a multifamily, multiple serious personal family health issues..the list goes on): all which have made the issue of school bus transportation (or lack there of) even more difficult to deal with. School bus transportation is a service that the majority of families have come to depend on to help busy families mange, work, medical, family, and other schedule obligations. And we expect our taxes are paying for this service. Unfortunately the “community developement” planning committee forgot about the basic services families need, to help keep our heads above water and stay afloat this “riverfront” project - something that is supposed to be of benefit to the people who reside in oir community, as well as those who live on the same street as the new 242 unit “luxury” 9 Bark Apartments. The most frustrating part is we even informed others including City Planning dpt and the developer, Killian and his PR rep, that there was indeed a concern about school transportation BEFORE the bus stop and on,y school bus turn around point, was removed. We also informed AFTER as well, several times, once it was finally gone, with no solution for a new turn around ever explored. We’ve just been ignored. Ive decided to go social media, stronger than ive hinted in past comments, because i dont know what else to do - maybe it will finally be adressed. Other community members on Neighbors.com have suggested i take this approach, so im listening. When they redesigned the road for the apartments, the only area where the bus could turn around went away. The new updated road didnt take into consideration school bus transportation, so we no longer have a way for our kids to commute to school independently (we have an 8 yr old girl, and 13 yr old boy). Ive had to drive them 4 x per day outside of our neighborhood over 1 mile away and wait in the hotel parking lot, blocking traffic for Westly as i wait anywhere from 5 to 25 minutes each time for the bus to arrive. This makes it virtually impossible to get a regular job or make appointments outside of our area, as i always need to be garanteed i can be back in time for the kid’s pick-up, and there is no very safe route for them to walk home. Doing this 4 times per day, consumes a good chunk of my day: especially when the busses arrive a little over 1 hour between each other since my 8 and 13 yr old’s schools start and end at substantially different times. But i dont even have that long in between to get much else done or even do errands in between, because we are supposed to be at the bus stops early in case the bus is early. Yet, i also often have to wait 15-25 minutes longer than the scheduled times, especially for my daughter’s bus (which is 4th time im there waiting for the day). We had even informed Killian and his PR person at the neighborhood meeting shortly before the apartment construction began, that the school bus stop was likely going to be a problem once they put in the proposed new road - because the section the bus had been using 20+ years to pick up/drop off kids and then TURN BACK AROUND was going away, and we said it didnt look like the new design adressed this or considering school bus transportation! Both my husband and i also notified the City Planning Dpt of this concern both BEFORE the bus stop was removed, as well as several times after. We emailed as well as called several times and left voice mail messages to let them know and ask for a call back. No one called back, even with multiple messages over multiple weeks and months. The email only was copied to another planning staff member saying they were in charge of communications on the project and we needed to adress it with them. And that is exactly who we followed up contacting via phone calls and messages, but we have been ignored! Another day i even had a visit from the Planning Compliance Officer. I explained to this person how i have now had to try to take matters into my own hands to actually BUILD A BUS TURN AROUND OUT OF OUR OWN PROPERTY, MAKING IT LARGE ENOUGH, AND STRONG ENOUGH, TO ACTUALLY HANDLE A SCHOOL BUS DRIVING ON IT 4 X / DAY and not become a muddy mess ! THIS HAS COST ME THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS OUT OF OUR OWN POCKET IN MATERIALS ALONE, NOT TO MENTION ALL THE TIME AND RESEARCH IVE NEEDED TO SPEND TO LEARN HOW AND THE TIME IVE SPENT ACTUALLY BUILDING IT (I’ve never built something like this before)….PLUS all the time and gas TAXI-ING THE KIDS 4 X PER DAY ~ OVER 8 miles/day (or MORE, if i just take them straight to school instead)! Omce the compliance officer i met with understood the situation she was empathetic and said she would talk to her boss and let us know what she finds out about the situation, and our concerns regarding plans for school transportation in the future, especially once the 242 apartment units are complete and filled with new families. It’s unacceptable, especially for the extremely high taxes we are paying, to no longer have a school bus anylonger. Inthought the compliance officer was surely going to ger back to me, but since the person she was going to speak with to find out also happens to be the same person we’ve tried to get in touch with, unfortunately inwasnt shocked when i never heard back even though the officer seemed really sincere and wanted to help. We think the issue is that they arent certain of how the new development will adress, and ultimately fix, our concerm, so they arwnr sure what to tell us. But we would have appreciated, and expected (as a city professionals) to at least know that vs just be made to feel like we dont matter, and no one cares what kind of financial or personal burdens it causes us, or any of the other residents who live here, and who happen to pay extremely high taxes which have doubled the last few years due to this development! Only WE dont see any of the bennefits, just expenses - not even upgraded lighting to deter theft or look more neighborly vs gheto (my gas has been syphoned 2-3 times in the last 6 months alone), and we STILL dont have ANY of the utility lines burried, just more added EXCEPT THE DEVELOPMENT WAS KIND ENOUGH TO BURY THE LINES NEAR, AND IN FRONT OF “Their” property so it was SURE TO APPEAR “high end”! So WHY ARE WE HAVIING TO PAY LUXURY TAXES BUT NOT ONLY HAVE NONE OF THE BENEFITS: just FEWER BENEFITS INCLUDING SCHOOL BUSSING AND HIGHER CRIMES / THEFT, AND a dirtier park for our kids to play?! I would think that it would have been required for Killian to at least BURY ALL OF THE LINES ALONG THE TRAIL VS ENDANGER PEDESTRIANS, BABY STROLLERS, BICYCLES, MARATHON RUNNERS from potentially getting hit from breaking utilIty lines above them (which we have had in our yard) Vs allowing them to bury them just in front of , and near, THEIR buildings….amd not just that, but actually add even MORE lines than we once had….because, why would that matter….it doesnt make a difference for THEIR property except to deliver all that extra power that their 242 units and facilities need! Who cares what it looks like, or how safe it is foe the homes and families paying the tax bills 300 feet east!

I added the charger to plugshare.com app. Can someone fill in the details?

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Thank you to all of our sponsors and to the community for coming out and supporting our Wheels & Wings event! We hope everyone enjoyed themselves and had a great time! We are looking forward to next years cruise-in! #portcw #camaswa #washougalwa #ournaturetoexplore #grovefield #wheels #wings #carshow #airplaneshow #portcwairport #camaswashougalport ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to all of our sponsors and to the community for coming out and supporting our Wheels & Wings event! We hope everyone enjoyed themselves and had a great time! We are looking forward to next years cruise-in! #portcw #camaswa #washougalwa #ournaturetoexplore #grovefield #wheels #wings #carshow #airplaneshow #portcwairport #camaswashougalportImage attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

Today McDonald Excavating Inc. will begin our construction at Grove Field for the Expansion project new fuel apron/run up area. The taxiway G will be closed until further notice. Port staff will be directing planes near the fueling station when construction vehicles are entering and exiting the work zone. Please be patient and mindful of construction trucks and equipment during this time. Please email projects@portcw.com with any questions. ... See MoreSee Less

Today McDonald Excavating Inc. will begin our construction at Grove Field for the Expansion project new fuel apron/run up area. The taxiway G will be closed until further notice. Port staff will be directing planes near the fueling station when construction vehicles are entering and exiting the work zone. Please be patient and mindful of construction trucks and equipment during this time. Please email projects@portcw.com with any questions.