Community

Helping Make SW Washington an Ideal Place to Live and Work.

The Port of Vancouver USA brings jobs and prosperity to Southwest Washington. Port property is developed for maritime trade and industrial businesses that provide living-wage jobs, revenue for local and regional public services and a vital connection to the international marketplace.

A part of the community for over 100 years, we understand that our neighbors have a vested interest in how the port operates and grows. Your comments and involvement are encouraged and appreciated. Get involved by attending regular commission or public meetings, taking port tours or visiting our website. You can also contact us to have a port representative attend your group’s next meeting.

Your comments or questions are important to us. Email us or call us at 360-693-3611.

Community Partners

Partnerships, both local and international, are fundamental to the port’s success. Below are just a few examples of the many organizations we partner with in our efforts to provide economic benefit to our community.

City of Vancouver’s Office of Neighborhoods

The City of Vancouver’s Office of Neighborhoods combines our community’s rich heritage, friendly neighborhoods, vibrant economy and quality urban services with resources to enjoy Vancouver’s many neighborhoods.

Office of Neighborhoods, Clark County

The Office of Neighborhoods, Clark County works with our residents by supporting neighborhood associations and working together to build a sense of community.

Vancouver Lake Watershed Partnership

Vancouver Lake Watershed Partnership is made up of government agencies who share interest, involvement and authority over many of the diverse lake functions, which have been shaped by years of public interests, from farming in the 1800s to the present, as a regional metropolitan treasure.

Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce is leading the way toward long-term business prosperity in terms of member services, advocacy and community building.

Clark Vancouver Television

Meetings are also broadcast on Clark Vancouver Television (CVTV) cable channels 21 and 23 and online at www.CVTV.org