|Alert||HOLIDAY CLOSURE – INDEPENDENCE DAY, JULY 4 – The Port of Vancouver USA, will be closed for receipt and delivery of cargo on Friday, July 3 and Monday, July 6 in honor of the July 4th Independence Day holiday. Vessel activity will not be interrupted, however overtime rates apply on Monday, July 6. July 5 is an ILWU no-work holiday, so there will be no cargo activity. The admin office will also be closed on July 3.|
|Alert||Tariff Change Notification – The Port of Vancouver USA will make adjustments to the port’s Tariff No. 6 effective July 1, 2015. Click here to view changes.|
The Port of Vancouver taxing district encompasses an area of 111 square miles with a population of approximately 300,000. This area is divided into three separate commissioner districts, with one commissioner representing each district. Currently, Jerry Oliver represents District 3, Brian Wolfe represents District 1 and Nancy Baker represents District 2.
As required by Washington State law (RCW Title 53.16 and Title 29A.76), the Port of Vancouver modified its commissioner districts in August 2011 to better reflect the results of the 2010 census. With assistance from the Clark County Elections Department, adjustments were made to district boundaries that reduced minor disparities in population that had occurred over time. The updated district population numbers are as follows:
- District 1: 96,878
- District 2: 97,111
- District 3: 97,303
To download a copy of the Port of Vancouver district map, click on the following link: